- Fri Sep 22 11:06 PM
Liverpool forward Danny Ings seemingly can’t wipe the smile off his face right now as he continues to train and push for minutes ahead of the weekend. The 25-year-old has been very unfortunate with injuries since his move to Anfield from Burnley in 2015, making just 12 appearances for the Reds in...
- Thu Sep 21 10:56 PM
COULD Chelsea’s decision to dump of Diego Costa cost them the title?
- Thu Sep 21 1:31 PM
SkySports Burnley have signed goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard
on a deal until the end of the season. The former Manchester United keeper was brought in to train with the Clarets in the wake of Tom Heaton's operation on a dislocated shoulder. With Heaton sidelined and more »
- Thu Sep 21 12:21 PM
Manchester United have agreed a deal to let goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard
join Premier League rivals Burnley until the end of the season, following the injury of first choice custodian Tom Heaton. Heaton has had surgery on his disclosed shoulder recently and is set for a lengthy spell on the sidel...
- Thu Sep 21 11:42 AM
Sean Dyche had been after a goalkeeper after No.1 Tom Heaton dislocated his shoulder
- Thu Sep 21 11:38 AM
Burnley sign former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard
on a deal until the end of the season.
- Thu Sep 21 11:12 AM
With Heaton set for several months in rehabilitation following surgery on an injured shoulder, Lindegaard - the former Manchester United keeper - has been signed until the end of the season.
- Thu Sep 21 11:12 AM
Sean Dyche shows his surprise at Burnley's ability to stifle Liverpool at home, and lauds Burnley's shelf-life in the Prem. Burnley have signed former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard
until the end of the season. Lindegaard, 33, moves to Turf Moor following the shoulder injury suffe...
- Thu Sep 21 11:08 AM
BURNLEY have signed former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard
until the end of the season. The Danish stopper, 33, had been training at Sean Dyche’s Premier League side this week before putting pen to paper on a deal. The shoulder injury sustained to Tom Heaton forced the Clarets boss...
|The reality is still out there; 40 points is a big marker,
said Sean Dyche.
Jon is on the road back, he's out on the grass, working actively every day. He isn't back with the group yet but he's going well,
Dyche said. Tom is a longer term one but he's going as planned.
We certainly don't take teams like Swansea lightly just because they're having a bit of a tricky time,
said Dyche. They are a good side.
The understanding of the bigger picture has become important,
Dyche said. We're not the superpowers who can just roll around the division winning every week.