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Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
Discussion started by TheLongside.co.uk , 26 April, 2020 14:06
Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
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Re: Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
fulledgelad 26 April, 2020 14:29
I'll go as far as to say I don't think we would have got automatic promotion without Joey.

Re: Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
fulledgelad 26 April, 2020 14:43
I'll tune in when I crack open a bottle of Bishops Finger later tonight.

Re: Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
Foreverclaret 26 April, 2020 21:29
Definitely Joey that made a difference and got us up. (Sm152)

Re: Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
fulledgelad 26 April, 2020 22:16
Bottle cracked open...tuning in

Re: Joey Barton Reveals how his Burnley move almost never happened
Brian O'Neil 27 April, 2020 01:52
Exemplary for us........the scouse side of my family are always surprised when i tell em that, we have a lot of Barton's in the family and they all have a "Barton look" common to them all is that they are grafters and sharp when it comes to business. The lad always put a shift in and should Dyche ever leave would be a credible contender to replace him imo.


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