Burnley FC boss Sean Dyche praises Burnley Bondholders at Turf Moor

Clarets boss Sean Dyche told Burnley Bondholders that Burnley Football Club’s amazing journey over the last 10 years was mirrored by the positive influence the organisation has had on the town in the same period.

Thursday, 13th February 2020, 9:04 am
Updated Thursday, 13th February 2020, 9:05 am
Burnley Bondholders, along with opera singer and Burnley fan Sean Ruane, gather on the Turf Moor pitch for a special birthday photograph. Photo: Andy Ford

Speaking at a special Bondholders tenth anniversary business breakfast at Turf Moor on Tuesday, the Clarets boss also emphasised how important the links between the football club, local businesses and the community were.

The private and public sector Burnley Bondholders partnership has been at the forefront of the town’s economic and environmental revival for a decade during which time Burnley was voted the Most Enterprising Town in Britain.

Business representatives from across the area gathered at Turf Moor on Tuesday to hear a variety of speakers including Radio 5’s Tony Livesey, Bondholders chairman Mark Crabtree, Burnley Council’s chief executive Mick Cartledge, the first Burnley Brand Manager Kevin Keith and other Burnley Football Club representatives.