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Jay Rod Returns Home
Burnley-born Jay Rodriguez has returned home after the Clarets swooped to sign the striker from West Bromwich Albion.
Pieters Pens Clarets Deal
Dutch international defender Erik Pieters has become the Clarets’ first summer signing. The Stoke City defender, 30, has signed a two-year deal with a further one-year option and has joined up with Sean Dyche’s squad on their pre-season training trip to Portugal.
Burnley FC Umbro Home Kit 2019/20
The Clarets will again wear the Umbro logo for the 2019/20 Premier League season. The classic claret shirt, emblazoned by new club principle partner LoveBet, features a stylized rib-crew neckline, with sky blue sleeves and contrast claret shattered diamond print and panel to sleeves.
Season Review Part V - Mission Accomplished
A fourth successive defeat had left the Clarets just one place and two points above the Premier League relegation places as they headed into the final international break of the season in mid-March.
Saints March Into Turf For First Game
The Clarets face an opening-day repeat as they kick-off their 2019/20 Premier League campaign against Southampton at Turf Moor on Saturday, 10 August.
Season Review Part 1V - Record Breakers
Following their FA Cup exit, the Clarets were back in Manchester for the second time in four days at the end of January and this time left with a big result.
Bob Lord New Burnley Book From Dave Thomas
Books will be signed by Frank Casper and not Jimmy Robson. Pay by cheque or bank transfer
Season Review Part 3 - Time For Take Off
Among all the big results the Clarets dug out at crucial points of the 2018/19 season, fewer were more important than a 1-0 win over Brighton to lift the gloom of mid-winter.
Season Review Part 2 - Winter Blues
Wolves will now follow the route the Clarets took into Europe via their seventh-place finish in the Premier League, and their tidy start to the 2018/19 season continued with a 1-0 win over Burnley at Molineux in mid-September.
Season Review Part 1 - The European Dream
The opening month of a marathon season was dominated by the Clarets’ European campaign as Burnley returned to the Continental stage for the first time in over half a century.
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- Saints March Into Turf For First Game
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