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Daily Mail - Wed Jan 3 12:41 PM
Burnley have added Matt Ritchie to their potential targets in the January window. Sean Dyche would like to sign a winger with Robbie Brady expected out for the rest of the season.
This Is Anfield - Wed Jan 3 12:07 PM
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane admits he has been given a confidence boost by his stunning strike at Burnley. The Senegal …
Daily Mail - Wed Jan 3 1:01 AM
The 30-year-old came on as a substitute for Everton against Manchester United on Monday evening and has figured consistently under new manager Sam Allardyce.
Mirror - Tue Jan 2 12:11 PM
The Brazil star missed his side's 2-1 win at Burnley on Monday with a thigh strain
Lancashire Telegraph - Tue Jan 2 12:05 PM
AIDEN O'Neill's loan spell at Fleetwood Town has come to an end after Burnley exercised a recall option on the Australian midfielder.
Mirror - Tue Jan 2 8:58 AM
Long-time Barcelona target Coutinho missed Liverpool's win at Burnley on Monday with a thigh strain
Mirror - Mon Jan 1 7:16 PM
Speaking after Liverpool's win at Burnley, Klopp commented for the first time on the fresh twist in the transfer saga
Daily Express - Mon Jan 1 5:14 PM
NEWCASTLE may need to spend big in January if they're going to avoid relegation from the Premier League, but who have the Magpies been linked with in the transfer window?
London Evening Standard - Mon Jan 1 2:19 PM
Liverpool are missing key duo Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho for the New Year's Day trip to face Burnley at Turf Moor.
Mirror - Mon Jan 1 2:13 PM
The Brazilian is expected to sign for Barcelona now that the January transfer window has opened
Irish Independent - Mon Jan 1 2:09 PM
Philippe Coutinho did not travel with Liverpool for their New Year's Day game against Burnley, amid mounting speculation that he will be the subject of a fresh transfer bid from Barcelona in this month's transfer window.
Mirror - Mon Jan 1 5:00 AM
PLUS: Liverpool concede that their top scorer Mohamed Salah is a doubt for their New Year's Day trip to Burnley
Sport Review - Mon Jan 1 4:45 AM
Ian Wright lavished praise on Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool FC midfielder continued his brilliant form against Leicester City on Saturday. The Egypt international has been in sensational form for the Reds this term since his transfer to Anfield from Roma in the summer. Indeed, Salah hit his 1...
Daily Mail - Sun Dec 31 10:30 PM
MIKE KEEGAN: Burnley will host the owners of the £75million centre-half on Monday on the back of a 10th clean sheet from an entire defence which cost less than £15m.
Mirror - Sun Dec 31 5:00 AM
PLUS: Mo Salah could miss Liverpool's clash with Burnley after suffering injury
Lancashire Telegraph - Sat Dec 30 5:23 AM
BEN Mee insists himself and James Tarkowski are focusing on performances for Burnley after reports they were both set for England call-ups.
Soccernet - Sat Dec 30 1:43 AM
Sean Dyche praises Huddersfield in their debut Premier League season and looks back on a great 2017 for his Burnley side. Nick Pope is beginning to be talked up as an England goalkeeper in the making, but the 25-year-old is not even certain how long he will hold on to his shirt at Burnley. Pope w...
Daily Express - Sat Dec 30 12:02 AM
BURNLEY goalkeeper Nick Pope claims his forthcoming battle with Tom Heaton to remain the club’s first choice will not create any bitterness between the pair.
That's what we hope, that's what he's working towards and that's what we as a team aim with him for, said Dyche. He's certainly got the quality to and his mentality is continually improving. He has the belief in himself and belief in delivering at this level; the World Cup, the Euros and ...
You take your 1-1, we take seven points out of nine and we say, 'OK, we're getting back somewhere to where we think we should be', said Dyche. We're not there, but we are getting back, and we are scoring goals again, which is pleasing.
Daily Mail - 4:35 PM
In the first half we were effective and should have been out of sight, Dyche said. In the second, credit to Huddersfield because they didn't relent, kept playing and we lost our way. It's seven points out of nine and we are getting back to somewhere we were last season.
I think Gareth has got good reason to like him, but he's still developing as a player, said Dyche.
Mirror - 10:43 AM