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Burnley chairman Mike Garlick committed to Premier League success

BURNLEY, England -- It's difficult to escape a pervading air of realism in Burnley and the sense that good times are there to be enjoyed, rather than regarded as the stepping stone to something even better.

As the football club -- from a town that has a population of just over 70,000 and is the smallest to ever boast a Premier League team -- stands on the verge of climbing above Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham to move into the top four, should they beat Stoke City at home on Tuesday, chairman...

 By Chris Wright

Burnley pub pledges to change name to 'The Dyche' if Clarets reach Europe

Burnley have enjoyed a terrific start to the Premier League season, with Sean Dyche's side currently just five points behind third-placed Chelsea after 14 matches.

The Clarets have won four of their last five league games and their form has been solid enough to spark talk of a possible Europa League campaign to contend with next year.

By way of incentive, a pub round the corner from Burnley's Turf moor ground -- The Princess Royal, which already promises Dyche free drinks -- has upped the ante by...

 By Nick Ames

Arsenal's last-minute penalty seals another late win at Burnley

Alexis Sanchez buried a controversial penalty deep into added time to lead Arsenal over Burnley and into fourth spot.

BURNLEY, England -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's last-gasp 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday.

1. Arsenal beat Burnley at the death again

For the second year in a row, Arsenal snatched it at the death at Turf Moor, and for the second year in a row, their winner came in deeply controversial circumstances.

Burnley were holding out for what would have been a well-deserved draw when, in added time, Aaron Ramsey tumbled under the challenge of James Tarkowski. The level of contact...

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Burnley, Watford, Brighton, Huddersfield show promise in Prem

Brighton's Bruno has his say on the Seagulls' promising start to life in the Premier League.

Small is beautiful in this season's Premier League. English football's "big six" are jockeying for position in the table as expected, but below them lie Burnley, Watford, Brighton and Huddersfield, clubs punching above their weight while drawing strength from having a definite plan.

Breakthrough stars of the 2016-17 season are previously unheralded players like Ben Mee and Chris Wood at Burnley, Richarlison and Abdoulaye Doucoure at Watford, Shane Duffy and Davy Propper at Brighton and Aaron Mooy...

 By Nick Miller

Big clubs quiet but Sean Dyche building fine reputation at Burnley

Sean Dyche has played down links with the vacancy at Everton.
Sean Dyche has played down links with the vacancy at Everton.

When Burnley welcome Arsenal to Turf Moor on Sunday, they will do so with a starting XI that cost around £65 million. Their back five cost about £7.5m -- roughly a fifth of what their opponents spent on Shkodran Mustafi. Seven of the likely starters were recruited from the Championship, or lower. And yet they will start the game level with Arsene Wenger's side, a point shy of the Champions League places and with the third-best defensive record in the Premier League.

That's the reason manager...

Tired Sam Allardyce not right for Everton, but Sean Dyche has hunger

Steve Nicol feels Sam Allardyce would bring both the grit and style which are necessary to improve the United States.

Unless it transpires that the dramatic 3-2 comeback against Watford last weekend was enough to secure the Everton job for interim boss David Unsworth, after three straight defeats and the sacking of Ronald Koeman, it seems that the race for the permanent position is between two men.

One is Sam Allardyce: universally recognised as the authority in relegation dogfights and helpfully available after quitting Crystal Palace in May having kept them up in his five-month spell in charge.

The other is Sean...