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Everton 0 Burnley 1


By Burnley FC
October 1 2017

JEFF Hendrick struck a sublime winner to extend Burnley’s unbeaten away start to the season in style at Goodison Park.   The Irish midfielder finished off a fabulous 24-pass move midway through the first half to earn the Clarets their first win at Goodison Park since 1976.

      And a stout second half rearguard, led magnificently by central defensive pairing James Tarkoswki and Ben Mee, protected Nick Pope in goal to earn another precious three points on the road and lift Burnley to sixth in the table.

      Sean Dyche – looking for the 100th win of his managerial career, fielded the same starting 11 that drew with Huddersfield, while Everton dropped Wayne Rooney to the bench in a shuffle that saw Dominic Calvert-Lewin partner Oumar Niasse in attack.

    And in a quick start by the hosts, Niasse tested the gloves of Pope before the Clarets keeper got down well to deny Gylfi Sigurdsson following a quick break from a Burnley corner.

    The early pressure continued and Stephen Ward had to be alert to hack clear inside his own six-yard box after Niasse latched onto a clever flick to lift the ball over an advancing Pope.

     But Burnley slowly subdued the early charge and from their first patient passing move, Lowton’s low, deflected ball into the box was clawed away at full stretch by Jordan Pickford, as Chris Wood stretched to try and connect.

    And following a magnificent move involving every outfield player other than Ben Mee, the Clarets struck the crucial blow in the 21st minute.

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Everton 0 Burnley 1
TheLongside.co.uk (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 17:48
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Toffees
NJMcWilliam (IP Logged)
29/09/2017 14:52
So, after that performance last night, will Everton continue to suck at home? Or, will there be a huge 'response' from the Toffees? Chew on that folks.
An early goal for the Clarets would make it very interesting. Will be glued to NBC Sports Network from 9:15 onwards

 
Re: Toffees
Shanghaiclaret (IP Logged)
29/09/2017 21:14
More confident of us getting a result than I would be if we were at home.

That is quite a turnaround from last year.

I would like to see us playing 442 with Barnes in there bullying them for the first hour.



Prediction League Champion 2007-2008

 
Re: Toffees
Alfie (IP Logged)
29/09/2017 21:30
A good time to be playing them ..Hopefully our away form continues ..

 
Re: Toffees
Jilted (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 13:38
0-1, good long ball out left, ball into penalty box headed down played out left again, low ball into Hendrick and as cool as a cucumber slots it home.

 
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Jilted (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 15:13
http://i68.tinypic.com/2i1e1l5.jpgg

(Sm152)

 
Re: Toffees
Alfie (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 15:43
A thoroughly deserved victory for the Clarets a great build up to the goal(24 passes) Everton were @#$%& poor and our defence had an easy time most of the game..Takatake was outstanding again..up to sixth now..(Sm152)

 
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Jilted (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 17:33
Still 6th after Newcastle and Liverpool draw 1-1(Sm152)
During the game the camera zoomed in on a woman, Amanda Staveley, seemingly she brokers takeover deals of football clubs, looks like Ashley could be cashing out.
Earlier on Leeds took a bashing 3-0 from Wednesday, I know their finances have been a bit 'dodgy' for a while, but if they made it back to the EPL, I would think they could be bought out. I was in Leeds a number of years ago on the city tour bus and was surprised when the commentary said Leeds was the third biggest city in Britain, can't think of any other major team around there, so with a bit of success I would think they could get sell out crowds every week. Heard years ago Red Bull were interested in them, not sure if that's still the case.
So much for Brexit patriotism when English football is full of foreign players and investors.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Foreverclaret (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 18:04
Superb build up to the goal, 24 passes, brilliant. Tarks was awesome. Well done Clarets a resolute defensive display. Definitely no penalties for the Toffees.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Jilted (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 18:40
Looking at the stats
Away Chelsea 3pts
Tottenham 1pt
Liverpool 1pt
Everton 3pts

Home WBA 0pts
Palace 3pts
Huddersfield 1pt

A bit of a contrast to last season, especially considering the teams you have played away from home so far. No wonder I can't get a coupon up, didn't give you lads much hope away this season. Must rethink my betting strategy.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
soapylily (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 20:29
passing my wildest dreams now! greatest start away since 1966

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 23:05
If we had a Jamie Vardi it would be Leicester all over again...............did i just type that ?

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
So_Cal_Claret (IP Logged)
01/10/2017 23:57
What a start, what a result, what a goal! Cloud nine time, hope we come back down to earth in time to hammer the Hammers.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
03/10/2017 00:43
Tarks was my worry but he is improving with every game, Arfield is a revelation.....the transformation is more than a surprise. Strikers ??? that needs a bit of sorting.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Jilted (IP Logged)
03/10/2017 09:26
Sorry to bring this up, but, what if he went?

[www.bbc.co.uk]

How much of an impact, (if any) do you think a departure of Dyche would have on the club?

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
NJMcWilliam (IP Logged)
03/10/2017 14:15
It would have a significant impact - the players are 'his' players, the backroom staff are 'his' staff, the systems operating in the coaching, scouting, recruitment areas are 'his' systems. However, he has put in place an infrastructure that is perhaps more sustainable than Susan Boyle put in place. So he would leave a legacy that perhaps one of his team of lieutenants could pick up. One would hope that Sean would provide Burnley with sufficient notice to implement a successor policy.

It is inevitable that Sean will move on eventually. He has demonstrated management ability with more financial constraints than most other PL managers/coaches. He will be mindful of the David Moyes experience, so he will be very careful about where he goes next. Arsenal might be a good slot in 18 months time, especially if Arsene's tenure ends in tears. Hopefully though we can hang onto him for longer than 18 months. Burnley playing in Europe again would provide him and the club with 'the next level' of opportunity.

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Alfie (IP Logged)
03/10/2017 15:32
Quote:
Jilted
Sorry to bring this up, but, what if he went?
[www.bbc.co.uk]

How much of an impact, (if any) do you think a departure of Dyche would have on the club?


It's unthinkable JJ.. It will happen eventually though..

 
Re: Everton 0 Burnley 1
Jilted (IP Logged)
03/10/2017 21:31
Quote:
Alfie
Quote:
Jilted
Sorry to bring this up, but, what if he went?
[www.bbc.co.uk]

How much of an impact, (if any) do you think a departure of Dyche would have on the club?


It's unthinkable JJ.. It will happen eventually though..

Capitalism will prevail as always, just when you think you are doing good, kapesh, back fo square one.

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