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Feel like a bit of a twat welcoming a team into a league that we have only just got back into, but seeing as there was one for QPR - I thought Burnley deserved one as well.

Welcome back chaps.
 

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Welcome back Burnley.If Dyche remains in charge can see them getting at least a playoff place.I expect Ings will be off in the Summer though.
 

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I imagine they'll do best out of the relegated sides- QPR need a complete overhaul and the other Prem teams look like they need a mass clearout (Especially Sunderland, Newcastle if one of them goes)
 

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MEH! I've got nothing against Burnley at all and have been there twice but it's fooking miles away!
Fair play lads, you gave it a right good go. :2thumb: Respect for that.
 

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Glad Sean Dyche is still incharge - and its royally deserved. You see far too many rash decisions in football nowadays - and with Dyche, who always has a track record of getting you up, I'm sure he'll give it one hell of a go again.
 

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Glad Sean Dyche is still incharge - and its royally deserved. You see far too many rash decisions in football nowadays - and with Dyche, who always has a track record of getting you up, I'm sure he'll give it one hell of a go again.
Completely agree with this, Burnley are a decent model for plenty of other teams getting promoted, including Ipswich if we get there. A season of stability (financial and managerial) should mean they're in a stronger position next season.
 

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Only just got a chance to take a look at this thread.

Agree largely with what has been said. Dyche staying is great news (although there's technically still time for him to go but I doubt it).

Ings is 100% leaving; hopefully we get a few million for him and Sam Vokes steps up again next year.

I see Trippier as the other potential mover. If we lost both him and Ings we'd really suffer.

I doubt immediate promotion will happen, but I also doubt we'll sink like a Wigan shaped lead balloon.
 

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Only just got a chance to take a look at this thread.

Agree largely with what has been said. Dyche staying is great news (although there's technically still time for him to go but I doubt it).

Ings is 100% leaving; hopefully we get a few million for him and Sam Vokes steps up again next year.

I see Trippier as the other potential mover. If we lost both him and Ings we'd really suffer.

I doubt immediate promotion will happen, but I also doubt we'll sink like a Wigan shaped lead balloon.
 

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