Burnley FC: what the national media have to say

Burnley's Ben Mee stands dejected at thr end of the match  during the match at Southampton.Photo : John Walton/PA Wire.
Burnley's Ben Mee stands dejected at thr end of the match during the match at Southampton.Photo : John Walton/PA Wire.

The headlines featuring news about the Clarets from around the internet:

Tribal Football - Burnley defender Ben Mee reveals that the Clarets are still confident of avoiding relegation this season.

The Mag - A young Newcastle United team went down 4-1 to Burnley in a behind closed doors friendly match down in Lancashire earlier today.

East Sleep Sport - Michael Duff believes the key to Burnley’s survival mission is down to the side converting any chances that come their way in games.

Club Call - Sean Dyche is confident that Burnley can escape from relegation this season and he insists the players will give everything to do it.

Sports Mole - Burnley striker Sam Vokes has insisted that he and his Wales teammates are determined to get maximum points in Saturday’s “massive” Euro 2016 qualifier against Israel.

Tribal Football - George Boyd has said that Burnley will be heading into the clashes against North London duo Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal in a confident mood.

Tribal Football - Burnley midfielder George Boyd has expressed his disappointment at not being awarded a penalty during the 2-0 defeat to Southampton on Saturday.

Club Call - Burnley, Leicester and Stoke are among a clutch of Premier League and Championship clubs tracking Walsall playmaker Romaine Sawyers.

Club Call - Burnley defender Stephen Ward is a major doubt for the Republic of Ireland’s European Championship qualifier against Poland on Sunday.

Clarets Mad - Stephen Ward and Cameron Howieson have joined Sam Vokes, Danny Ings and Michael Keane in getting international calls during the next two weeks.

Tribal Football - Burnley boss Sean Dyche was left frustrated with Southampton goalkeeper Kelvin Davis’ performance in defeat to Saints.