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Big Ben Chimes In At Turf Moor


By Burnley FC
August 5 2018

Central defender Ben Gibson is first signing of the summer

 Burnley Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of defender Ben Gibson from Middlesbrough.

 Gibson has agreed a four-year-deal at Turf Moor after Burnley paid a joint club record fee for the centre-back, who becomes Burnley’s first signing of the summer transfer window.

 The deal sees Gibson, 25, return to the Premier League after playing the 2016/17 season in the top-flight with Middlesbrough.

 The previous season, the former England under-21 international had helped Boro win promotion from the Championship behind title-winners Burnley.

 Teesside-born Gibson – nephew of Boro chairman Steve – came through the youth ranks at the Riverside Stadium and made his senior debut as a substitute in a Championship fixture in April, 2011.

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Big Ben Chimes In At Turf Moor
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05/08/2018 15:04
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Re: Big Ben Chimes In At Turf Moor
Foreverclaret (IP Logged)
05/08/2018 15:10
Great signing for the money, well done Sean and welcome Ben.

 
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fulledgelad (IP Logged)
05/08/2018 23:08
Far & away a much better signing than dawson for me..younger..England player in the making which in turn would likely bring a good profit on the transfer fee when he moves on.



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Re: Big Ben Chimes In At Turf Moor
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
06/08/2018 00:02
A few games in will tell the story.SD has made few errors so I am confident.

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