SEAN Dyche insists he will only be signing players who fit Burnley's model during the January transfer window. The Clarets have made one new addition so far this month, bringing in Georges-Kevin Nkoudou on loan from Tottenham. A second deal is edging closer as Burnley look to get a permanent deal for Everton winger Aaron Lennon over the line. But Dyche said any new additions would have to work within the model of the club and be able to affect the team.
MATCH of the Day pundit Alan Shearer said the Clarets gave Manchester United a 'tough game' at Turf Moor. A moment of quality from Anthony Martial proved to be the difference between the two sides, with the forward powering a shot in off the underside of the bar early in the second half. But Burnley had plenty of openings of their own during the afternoon and Shearer said Sean Dyche's side always provide teams with a true test.
AN end to Burnley’s winless run in the Premier League is just around the corner if they can match their performance against Manchester United, according to Nick Pope. The Clarets were impressive in defeat against the Red Devils, undone by a moment of quality on the break from United as Anthony Martial crashed a winner in off the underside of the bar. Burnley had the better of the game before and after that strike but they couldn’t make their territory count.
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