37 Facts About Burnley Football Club

1. Burnley Football Club have signed former England striker Peter Crouch from Stoke on a deal until the end of the season—with Sam Vokes heading in the opposite direction.

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2. Burnley Football Club has signed the lanky former England international from Championship side Stoke City in a deal that will see Sam Vokes head to the Brittania.

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3. Burnley Football Club boss Sean Dyche has never lost a Premier League on a Tuesday—a record covering five matches.

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4. Burnley Football Club boss Sean Dyche has never lost a Premier League on a Tuesday—a record covering five matches.

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5. Burnley Football Club boss Sean Dyche isn't sure Liverpool will be able to cope with Manchester City's challenge in the Premier League title race as Pep Guardiola vowed to "fight to the end".

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6. Burnley Football Club boss Sean Dyche isn't sure Liverpool will be able to cope with Manchester City's challenge in the Premier League title race as Pep Guardiola vowed to "fight to the end".

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7. Burnley Football Club was one of seven sites chosen to be part of Channel 4's The Big Art project in which a group of 15 young people from all over the town commissioned artist Greyworld to create a piece of public art.

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8. Burnley Football Club has a small gay scene, centred on the Guys as Dolls showbar in St James Street.

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9. Burnley Football Club has good public sporting facilities for a town of its size.

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10. Burnley Football Club held greyhound racing and speedway at Towneley Stadium, that existed from 1927 until 1935.

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11. Burnley Football Club has some of the lowest property prices in the country, with numerous streets appearing in the annual mouseprice.

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12. Burnley Football Club has a temperate maritime climate, with relatively cool summers and mild winters.

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13. Burnley Football Club has three tiers of government: Local government responsibilities are shared by Burnley Borough Council and Lancashire County Council; at a national level the town gives its name to a seat in the United Kingdom parliament and as a result is subject to the European Parliament.

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14. Burnley Football Club was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1861, and became, under the Local Government Act 1888, a county borough outside the administrative county of Lancashire.

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15. In 1980 Burnley Football Club was connected to the motorway network, through the construction of the first and second sections of the M65.

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16. Burnley Football Club escaped the bombing, largely because it was near the limit of German bomber range and close to higher value targets in Manchester.

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17. Burnley Football Club began to develop in this period into a small market town.

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18. In 2013, in recognition of its success, Burnley Football Club received an Enterprising Britain award from the UK Government, for being the "Most Enterprising Area in the UK".

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19. Burnley Football Club has retained a strong manufacturing sector, and has strong economic links with the cities of Manchester and Leeds, as well as neighbouring towns along the M65 corridor.

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20. Burnley Football Club is a market town in Lancashire, England, with a 2001 population of 73,021.

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21. Burnley Football Club confirmed it had issued 23 banning orders as a result of the trouble.

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22. Burnley Football Club created very little but were presented with a huge chance to equalise, though Nicolas Otamendi overran the ball.

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23. Burnley Football Club is called as the Most Enterprising Area in the UK in 2013.

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24. Burnley Football Club was one of the primary mill towns in Lancashire during the industrial revolution.

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25. Burnley Football Club was in the 2nd tier of English football in 2000 until 2009.

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26. In 1910, Burnley Football Club used the claret and blue as the club colors.

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27. Burnley Football Club had their second in the 34th minute, McNeil volleying in from Westwood's cross, before squandering the chance to double his tally by drilling wide from close range.

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28. Burnley Football Club could have been ahead early on had Barnes kept his cool from McNeil's cutback, before Heaton was called into action by Angelo Ogbonna's header.

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29. Burnley Football Club scored a hat-trick, but despite this, he was never called up again.

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30. Burnley Football Club have played their home games at Turf Moor since 1883, after playing at its original ground at Calder Vale for less than a year.

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31. Burnley Football Club became known nationwide for rugby tackling a streaker on the pitch at Turf Moor who had evaded the stewards during a match against local rivals Preston in 2002, and appeared on the BBC Television sporting panel show They Think It's All Over after the event.

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32. Burnley Football Club was replaced in the same month by Watford manager Sean Dyche.

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33. Burnley Football Club was replaced by Brian Laws, but the club's form plummeted under the new manager, and they were relegated after a single season in the Premier League.

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34. In May 1988, Burnley Football Club were back at Wembley; this time to play Wolves in the final of the Football League Trophy.

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35. Burnley Football Club, could no longer compete financially with teams from bigger towns and cities.

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36. Burnley Football Club have played home games at Turf Moor since 17 February 1883, after the club had moved from their original premises at Calder Vale.

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37. Burnley Football Club is a professional association football club based in Burnley, Lancashire, England.

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