2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 4th in English Premier League
26dPA Sport

Tarkowski leaves England camp for surgery

England defender James Tarkowski has returned to Burnley from a World Cup training camp to undergo a hernia operation, the FA announced.

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39dPA Sport

Arfield is Gerrard's first Rangers signing

Scott Arfield has joined Rangers from Burnley on a four-year deal, becoming the first signing of the Steven Gerrard era.

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47dPA Sport

Arsenal give Wenger 5-star home farewell

Arsenal gave Arsene Wenger a spectacular Emirates sendoff, thrashing Burnley 5-0 on Sunday in the manager's final home game after 22 years in charge

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52dChris Wright

Dyche gets pub named after him

Burnley fans will soon be able to celebrate another fine season by sinking prematch pints in a pub bearing their manager's name.

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55dPA Sport

Burnley have 'earned' Europa League - Dyche

Burnley's European dream is virtually a reality following a goalless draw with Brighton and manager Sean Dyche insists it's a deserved reward.

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55dPA Sport

Burnley draw; close in on Europa League spot

Burnley are virtually assured of European football next season for the first time in over 50 years after drawing 0-0 with Brighton.

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59dIan Holyman

Burnley's Defour: Injury will cost me WC call

Steven Defour is not optimistic he will be fit enough to make Belgium's World Cup squad even though his recovery from surgery is ahead of schedule.

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61dPA Sport

Stoke on the brink after Burnley draw

Stoke's grip on their Premier League status loosened as they could only take a point from a self-proclaimed must-win clash with Burnley.

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63dRory Dollard, Press Association Sport

Dyche wants to spoil Wenger's Emirates farewell

Sean Dyche wants to rain on Arsene Wenger's Emirates farewell, but maintains nothing can tarnish the Frenchman's legacy.

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65dLiam Twomey

Chelsea job harder than Burnley - Conte

Antonio Conte praised the "great job" that Sean Dyche is doing with Burnley this season, but said it's harder to manage a top club like Chelsea.

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65dMark Ogden

Dyche: Burnley need to keep moving forward

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has told ESPN FC it will become increasingly difficult for the club to surpass their achievements this season.

Dyche: Improving a club takes more than results (2:10)
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69dPA Sport

Burnley win to boost European hopes

Burnley made it five successive top flight wins for the first time in half a century to boost their hopes of European football.