Burnley

21 May 19
Football Matters

The media on the continent are reporting that there are more teams throwing their hat into the running for out of favour Centre Forward Cenk Tosun. Borussia Dortmund, Schalke and Lazio are all rumoured to be interested in the striker should Everton look to cash in on the Turkish international this summer. 27 year old […]

21 May 19
Nachrichten Welt

Manchester City gewann in der Premier League, im FA und im League Cup ein historisches Inlandsdreifach – das erste, das in England bei den Männern erzielt wurde Die von Phil McNulty für 2018/19 prognostizierten Positionen in der Premier League auf einen Blick Position Verein Position (Forts.) Club (Forts.) 1 Manchester City 11 Fulham 2 Liverpool […]

21 May 19
News Archives Uk

Manchester City wins a historic domestic treble of Premier League, FA and League Cup Phil McNulty's predicted 2018-19 Premier League positions at a glance position club Position (cont) Club (cont) 1 Manchester City 11 Fulham 2 Liverpool 12 Burnley 3 Manchester United 13 Crystal Palace 4 Tottenham 14 Bournemouth 5 Chelsea 15 Brighton 6 arsenal […]

21 May 19
Arcynewsy

Should we first remove the reserves? C & # 39; s, with these famous mental health programs, a limit to science. Programs are a compromise. Famous people lend their fame to draw attention to a topic that would otherwise be difficult to sell. A documentary that took a deep dive into the depression would interest […]

21 May 19
The Irish Sun
LIVERPOOL are the Premier League’s luckiest club when it comes to avoiding cards – and Arsenal aren’t far behind, either. Everton and Manchester City have also figured out the key to getting away with fouling, while Burnley certainly haven’t. Liverpool and Arsenal stars found it hard to get booked last season Burnley and Newcastle meanwhile were card-magnets Only 12 per cent of all Liverpool fouls resulted in a booking – a monster 71 per cent less than the Clarets’ tally. Roberto Firmino and Naby Keita failed to be booked or sent-off at all in 2018-19, despite racking up a combined 63 fouls. Aaron Ramsey failed to see yellow or red from 21 fouls, and Ryan Sessegnon went card-less in 20 fouls. Arsenal duo Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alexandre Lacazette were also in the top seven for fortune, getting booked with less than four per cent of their fouls. Conversely, Fabian Schar was shown yellow with nearly half of his fouls – at 43 per cent. CLARETS BURN-ED Phil Bardsley may also have reason to feel like he’s been victimised this season, as his 22 fouls resulted in nine yellow cards – a booking-per-foul rate of 41 per cent. Behind card-magnets Burnley, Watford and West Ham were the three “unluckiest” clubs when it came to bookings per foul. On the season, a Paddy Power Games spokesperson said: “The likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton are this season’s Sopranos… “The crimes are evident, but they are experts at avoiding punishment. “It may be down to some big club bias, but to consistently escape punishment also requires some luck. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “Whereas Liverpool fans can be buoyed by these findings ahead of the Champions League final, it is telling that smaller clubs seem to be dealt with more severely. “Burnley and Sean Dyche would be well-advised to start a hotel chain given how likely they are to receive bookings. “Meanwhile Fabian Schar – by no means a dirty player – gets booked more often than Prague for stag dos.” [bc_video video_id=”6038114285001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The worst Premier League misses of the season featuring Sakho, Aguero, Ritchie and Morrison “]
21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
LIVERPOOL are the Premier League’s luckiest club when it comes to avoiding cards – and Arsenal aren’t far behind, either. Everton and Manchester City have also figured out the key to getting away with fouling, while Burnley certainly haven’t. Liverpool and Arsenal stars found it hard to get booked last season Burnley and Newcastle meanwhile were card-magnets Only 12 per cent of all Liverpool fouls resulted in a booking – a monster 71 per cent less than the Clarets’ tally. Roberto Firmino and Naby Keita failed to be booked or sent-off at all in 2018-19, despite racking up a combined 63 fouls. Aaron Ramsey failed to see yellow or red from 21 fouls, and Ryan Sessegnon went card-less in 20 fouls. Arsenal duo Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alexandre Lacazette were also in the top seven for fortune, getting booked with less than four per cent of their fouls. Conversely, Fabian Schar was shown yellow with nearly half of his fouls – at 43 per cent. CLARETS BURN-ED Phil Bardsley may also have reason to feel like he’s been victimised this season, as his 22 fouls resulted in nine yellow cards – a booking-per-foul rate of 41 per cent. Behind card-magnets Burnley, Watford and West Ham were the three “unluckiest” clubs when it came to bookings per foul. On the season, a Paddy Power Games spokesperson said: “The likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton are this season’s Sopranos… “The crimes are evident, but they are experts at avoiding punishment. “It may be down to some big club bias, but to consistently escape punishment also requires some luck. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “Whereas Liverpool fans can be buoyed by these findings ahead of the Champions League final, it is telling that smaller clubs seem to be dealt with more severely. “Burnley and Sean Dyche would be well-advised to start a hotel chain given how likely they are to receive bookings. “Meanwhile Fabian Schar – by no means a dirty player – gets booked more often than Prague for stag dos.” [bc_video video_id=”6038114285001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The worst Premier League misses of the season featuring Sakho, Aguero, Ritchie and Morrison “]
21 May 19
The Sun
LIVERPOOL are the Premier League’s luckiest club when it comes to avoiding cards – and Arsenal aren’t far behind, either. Everton and Manchester City have also figured out the key to getting away with fouling, while Burnley certainly haven’t. Liverpool and Arsenal stars found it hard to get booked last season Burnley and Newcastle meanwhile were card-magnets Only 12 per cent of all Liverpool fouls resulted in a booking – a monster 71 per cent less than the Clarets’ tally. Roberto Firmino and Naby Keita failed to be booked or sent-off at all in 2018-19, despite racking up a combined 63 fouls. Aaron Ramsey failed to see yellow or red from 21 fouls, and Ryan Sessegnon went card-less in 20 fouls. Arsenal duo Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alexandre Lacazette were also in the top seven for fortune, getting booked with less than four per cent of their fouls. Conversely, Fabian Schar was shown yellow with nearly half of his fouls – at 43 per cent. CLARETS BURN-ED Phil Bardsley may also have reason to feel like he’s been victimised this season, as his 22 fouls resulted in nine yellow cards – a booking-per-foul rate of 41 per cent. Behind card-magnets Burnley, Watford and West Ham were the three “unluckiest” clubs when it came to bookings per foul. On the season, a Paddy Power Games spokesperson said: “The likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton are this season’s Sopranos… “The crimes are evident, but they are experts at avoiding punishment. “It may be down to some big club bias, but to consistently escape punishment also requires some luck. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “Whereas Liverpool fans can be buoyed by these findings ahead of the Champions League final, it is telling that smaller clubs seem to be dealt with more severely. “Burnley and Sean Dyche would be well-advised to start a hotel chain given how likely they are to receive bookings. “Meanwhile Fabian Schar – by no means a dirty player – gets booked more often than Prague for stag dos.” [bc_video video_id=”6038114285001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The worst Premier League misses of the season featuring Sakho, Aguero, Ritchie and Morrison “]
21 May 19
News Archives Uk

A group of SPAR stores in East Lancashire are helping to fight child poverty by supporting food banks. Burnley Community Kitchen will now collect food donations at eight SPAR stores in Burnley, Pendle and Ribble Valley. James Hall & Co.'s bakery, Clayton Park, will also deliver surplus stock each week to the charity's breakfast club. […]

21 May 19
talkSPORT
Manchester United’s problems this season have been well publicised as they finished a disappointing sixth in the Premier League. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has his work cut out during the summer to overhaul his squad and reports suggest he is close to his first signing – Swansea’s Daniel James. Alexis Sanchez has suffered five injuries this season Solskjaer can justifiably blame injuries for some of their poor performances as his squad had the most during the 2018/19 campaign. SunSport revealed data, supplied by premierinjuries.com, that show the extent of the injury crisis suffered at Old Trafford last season. Solskjaer has endured a tough time since being appointed permanent Red Devils boss The Red Devils had an astonishing 61 separate injuries between August 10, 2018, and May 12, 2019. Tottenham were the closest club to them with 42 separate injuries during the same period, which makes Mauricio Pochettino’s achievement of getting to the Champions League final all the more impressive. [boxout headline=”Number of injuries in the 2018/19 season”]Man United – 61 Tottenham – 42 Liverpool – 37 Huddersfield – 36 Newcastle – 36 Arsenal – 35 Cardiff – 35 Man City – 35 Bournemouth – 33 Watford – 33 Crystal Palace – 30 Chelsea – 29 Southampton – 28 Everton – 27 West Ham – 27 Burnley – 25 Brighton – 22 Fulham – 19 Leicester – 13 Wolves – 5[/boxout] Liverpool were in third on 37, while the top five were rounded off by Huddersfield and Newcastle, both with 36. At the other end of the spectrum, Wolves suffered just five injuries in their spectacular season and Leicester had just 13. Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial had five injury layoffs each. United’s players were out for a combined total of 1,392 days – the highest in the league. [boxout headline=”Number of days lost to injury in the 2018/19 season”]Man United – 1,392 Arsenal – 1,316 West Ham – 1,237 Tottenham – 1,140 Man City – 1,134 Bournemouth – 1,108 Cardiff – 1,075 Newcastle – 1,051 Huddersfield – 1,039 Southampton – 873 Watford – 853 Burnley – 809 Liverpool – 801 Crystal Palace – 777 Brighton – 770 Fulham – 714 Everton – 557 Chelsea – 466 Leicester – 461 Wolves – 88[/boxout] Arsenal may have had just 35 injuries, but they came second in total days lost with 1,316 and West Ham losing 1,237 days. Ben Dinnery, owner of Premier Injuries Limited, told The Sun: “Continuity helps to establish consistency. “And given the sheer volume of injuries United have had to cope with, it’s not surprising performances were affected on the pitch. “Players who weren’t fully fit were required to play. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “Chris Smalling is a good example, with a toe injury which ultimately saw him miss close to two months after weeks of pain-killing injections. “Sanchez’s ongoing issues have been well-documented while those players who were involved in the latter stages of the World Cup (Lingard, Lukaku and Fellaini) suffered injuries at pivotal points throughout the season.”
21 May 19
talkSPORT
Every weekend football fans around the globe follow their clubs across the land. Supporters really do go the extra mile to watch their heroes, win, lose, or draw, and it doesn’t matter if it’s rain or shine. Huddersfield fans were given away shirts by the club after they travelled to Southampton on the final day of the season, despite the club being relegated long ago The commitment is impressive as they jump into cars, vans, coaches, and take the train to their next away day. And some unfortunate fans have to go a lot further than others. Thank your lucky stars you’re not one at Zenit St Petersburg heading to SKA-Khabarovsk and enduring a 10,906 mile journey. But which Premier League supporters travelled the most in 2018/19, Crusader Vehicles did the research, and you can find out below. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] 20. Watford – 2,205 miles The Hornets are lucky and travel the least of any fans thanks to their proximity to London 19. Arsenal – 2,260 miles 18. Tottenham Hotspur – 2,283 miles 17. Chelsea – 2,285 miles 16. Leicester City – 2,311 miles Foxes fans, despite being in the east Midlands, don’t have to go as far as others when travelling to Premier League supporters 15. Fulham – 2,321 miles 14. Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2,462 miles Nuno Espirito Santo and his players and rely on a good fanbase on the road 13. Crystal Palace – 2,517 miles 12. West Ham United – 2,541 miles 11. Manchester City – 2,856 miles Manchester City players were riding open top buses to celebrate their trophy haul this season but it’s normal their supporters racking up distances on the road 10. Huddersfield Town – 2,859 miles 9. Manchester United – 2,861 miles 8. Southampton – 2,895 miles 7. Liverpool – 3,064 miles The Reds are on the road to Madrid after a year travelling around the country 6. Everton – 3,071 miles 5. Brighton & Hove Albion – 3,167 miles 4. Burnley – 3,343 miles 3. Bournemouth – 3,359 miles 2. Cardiff City – 3,444 miles 1. Newcastle United – 4,579 miles Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Toon Army have to do some hefty distances on the road as they trek down from the north east
21 May 19
Andreea Cananica

Endometriosis became a trending subject in the media. Big news outlets are writing about it now, and soon we will see a play on numerous stages in Manchester and even London. “It’s probably thrush” – a great title that says it all just for a person who knows what endometriosis is, but what is it […]

21 May 19
EXTRA TIME

Being a supporter from abroad for whom there is no point in buying a season ticket, I can only pick some games per season and every West Ham match which I go to in the London Stadium must be selected carefully. Flights have to be booked in time (sometimes with Laudamotion, one of the airlines […]

21 May 19
O.B Blog

Arsenal will take on LASK Linz in a club friendly on Thursday in preparation for the Europa League final against Chelsea on May 29, Goal reports. The Gunners were last in action one week ago, when they ended their Premier League season with a 3-1 win over Burnley. Manager Unai Emery, worried about the 17-day […]