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"Id say that was a fair assessment of what went ..."
"Who's knocking? I don't think I am. I wanted to ..."
"I'm not sure I agree with that. Nothing *just* comes ..."
"In pretty much total agreement with this article. Sure, ..."
"no nay naysayers. It will come together. "
"(If) we're bottom of the pile after 19 it's not ..."
"By taking off Reid and Wallace at half-time I think ..."
"A word of advice, Burnley fans: A team is only as ..."
"Excellent response Peter. I think there might be a longer ..."
"Some good points in here, and I agree that the ..."
"Come on now, what did you all expect. We have ..."
"Dyche probably feels that Chalobah is not yet fully up ..."
"Very good, well informed & balanced argument. We all had ..."
"I think everything went wrong yesterday that could. Best to ..."
"Oops I didn't see you'd added that. Apologies. "
Posts by Jamie Smith
Freelance writer, editor, blogger. Loves a comma.
Preview: Clarets seek scoring touch
Burnley could draw 0-0 for the fourth game in a row.
Vings can only get better
Burnley have to score this weekend, right? Right? RIGHT?!
Podcast 50: Still no goals
Jamie and the team assess the 0-0 draw with Sunderland.
Preview: Most winnable game yet for Clarets
Burnley host Sunderland in a six-pointer at Turf Moor.
How to replace Danny Ings
Sean Dyche has a number of options while last season's top scorer is out, says Jamie Smith.
Podcast 49: Goalless at Palace and Ings replacements
Jamie and the team discuss the 0-0 at Selhurst Park.
Boyd, Chalobah and Keane provide deadline day joy
Jamie Smith says the three signings will all add depth.
Relive deadline day in gifs
Relive the drama and joy of last night. In gifs. Obviously.
Preview: Clarets host free-falling giants
Burnley will consider Manchester United there for the taking.
Podcast 46: Swansea defeat and previewing United
Jamie and the NNN team assess the 1-0 defeat in Wales.
Sheffield Wednesday preview: Cup distraction for Clarets
Burnley host Sheffield Wednesday in a Roses derby at Turf Moor, writes Jamie Smith.
Board must back Dyche
Burnley are still two or three players short, writes Jamie Smith.
Swansea preview: Clarets look to bounce back
Can Burnley get a first point of the season at the Liberty Stadium?
Podcast 45: Defeat to Chelsea and transfer troubles
Jamie and his guests Ian, James and Robbie mull over Burnley's 3-1 defeat to Chelsea.
Preview: Clarets back in the big time
The Clarets host the title favourites at Turf Moor.
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