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PREDICTIONS: What do you think will happen to Burnley in the Premier League next season?

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The Premier League is one of the biggest jumps possible from the lower leagues and it's hard to adjust to play with the big boys but many teams have done it in the past but how do you think Burnley wi… Read More
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
The Premier League is one of the biggest jumps possible from the lower leagues and it's hard to adjust to play with the big boys but many teams have done it in the past but how do you think Burnley will fair against the big hitters?

Stoke stayed up and Hull remained in the premier league with the skin of there teeth, do you think Burnley will do the same or finish rock bottom like West Brom did?

I'm hoping they stay up. :)
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#1
It will be tough but with a few quid spent here and there then why not.

Most prem teams won't fancy turf moor on a wet and windy november evening !!
banned#2
Considering they beat seemingly half the prem league teams this season, I'd say they have a better chance than most.

Besides - sides are getting better at it. Look at Stoke and Hull.
#3
They gave all the prem teams a tough match but don't forget that was in the cups, which teams have more heart for, rather than a loooong 38 game season but they've definitely shown they are capable of taking on teams, even with the squad they have now, let alone when they spend some of the money from TV rights. :)

If they don't buy well though, I can't see them staying in the league, so lets hope they don't make the same mistake as some others have done in the past. :thumbsup:
#4
i think they will do a reading
#5
Other than money, Theirs not a great deal between the two divisions, They'll just have to make sure they don't bottle it and always play 100% to their ability.

Any weakness and they'll be punished.

In all probability they'll aim to beat one of the "Big" four teams, They do that and they'll have a good season, Just hope it's not United.
#6
fireheaven
:thumbsup: yeah exactly, I am hoping they stay up too, its a real boost for the town and for the REAL fans who have stood by them through thick and thin


There's no denying it's a great boost for the town....but aren't most of the locals up there Liverpool and United fans? :giggle:

shauneco
Other than money, Theirs not a great deal between the two divisions, They'll just have to make sure they don't bottle it and always play 100% to their ability.

Any weakness and they'll be punished.

In all probability they'll aim to beat one of the "Big" four teams, They do that and they'll have a good season, Just hope it's not United
.


Hull started off like that giving the top 4 tough matches and even overturning the scoreline against Arsenal when they were 1-0 down but look what happened to them...they're just lucky Newcastle didn't have the stomach for a fight.

From what I've seen of Burnley though, they do have that hunger and I'd be so surprised if they rolled over like several teams did in the premier league this season.
#7
I reckon they'll stay up, just and no more. Owen Coyle's proven that he's a decent manager, but I reckon the quality of most of the premiership teams will be too much for them...
#8
fireheaven
Nope :roll:


:giggle: why do I get the feeling you're not telling me the whole truth? :w00t:

You know it doesn't count if Burnley is everyones second or even third favourite team you know? :giggle:
#9
Outside of the top four the premier league is much of a muchness - It could quite easily have been Tottenham, West Ham, Man City or Sunderland relegated if not for the poor quality of the bottom 4... Burnley will struggle as will Wolves & Blues simply because they won't start on a level playing field, hard work will only get you so far, each of them will need a striker capable of scoring 20+ goals to have any chance of staying up...

That said this year is a great year to be a Premier League club!
#10
TBH it all depends on how much money they spend and if they manage to get a few (free) loan players.

Sadly the gulf between the Premiership and the Chamionship is more about money rather than skill.

I also think Oweny Coyle (as Charlie Nicholas called him on Sky Sports News yesterday) will stay rather than leave for celtc.
#11
fireheaven
Oh whatever!

You seem to know alot about Burnley and the people of the area but still have a confused view

They have plenty of fans and the support they have is truer than most of the big teams who attract the glory hunter fans. While attendance at Turf is not the best compared to the Premier league teams there is no doubting the passion and commitment of the claret supporters


I've been up those sides a few times and really like the area and was starting to feel like home, so I always take a great interest. :)

So what's my confused view about exactly, as I think most people do support more than just Burnley up there? :p

Arsenal fans are very passionate too but unfortunately, the real supporters have been priced out due to the stadium expansion etc, so now most of the supporters are businessmen etc who wouldn't sing there hearts out like the real supporters would.
#12
Burnley beat Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, West Ham & Fulham in the Cup competitions, so they at least have something to boost themselves. Whether they get beaten like Derby or go down fighting like West Brom, I think they will survive. My predictions for 3 clubs that will go down next season are: Stoke, Wolves & Hull
Man City will finish in top 4 :lol:
#13
I think Hull will definitely go down next season and there's several teams that will be dragged into the relegation dogfight again like they did this season, as there's a very flimsy line between relegation and midtable. :thumbsup:

I think if Burnley can stay up for a couple years, they'll become part of the premier league but whether they can attract quality and recognised players will be another matter, so it will definitely be a very busy summer and hopefully a great one. :)
#14
Teams that come up need to able to mix their play around a bit.

The baggies tried to play neat football all season and went down.

Stoke played probably the worst football of the 3 that came up but finished the highest.

Unfortunately I see Burnley as a great footballing side, I just hope they realise when to turn off the 'nice footy' and grind out results when required, especially towards the end of the season.
#15
greg_68
Teams that come up need to able to mix their play around a bit.

The baggies tried to play neat football all season and went down.

Stoke played probably the worst football of the 3 that came up but finished the highest.

Unfortunately I see Burnley as a great footballing side, I just hope they realise when to turn off the 'nice footy' and grind out results when required, especially towards the end of the season.


Oh definitely, sometimes you have to grind out results...Arsenal can never win ugly and that's the difference between titles and "almost".

A lot of the lower teams defend collectively and fight together, which makes up for the skill they lack against the worlds best but from what I've seen of Burnley, they'll be a very worthy addition to the league. :thumbsup:
banned#16
civms47
I reckon they'll stay up, just and no more. Owen Coyle's proven that he's a decent manager, but I reckon the quality of most of the premiership teams will be too much for them...


Which would be a complete success for them.
#17
I think they'll stay up.

A lot depends on who they bring in, and the sort of start they get off to.

I'd put money on Wolves being safe though, I'm praying Ebanks-Blake can do it at the highest level then maybe England will actually have an out and out goalscorer to play with Rooney.

Otherwise the top English scoring forwards (Gerrard is a midfielder!) in the Premiership this year might get picked, Gabby Agbonlahor, Darren Bent and Kevin Davies!!!
#18
Europe.
#19
vengod
Europe.


That comment really goes well with your Avatar as it reminds me of this -----> :?

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#20
realfriendlyman
That comment really goes well with your Avatar as it reminds me of this -----> :?

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:lol: :giggle:
#21
hornblowerracing
I'd put money on Wolves being safe though, I'm praying Ebanks-Blake can do it at the highest level then maybe England will actually have an out and out goalscorer to play with Rooney.


I'll take that bet! Ebanks-Blake won't get into double figures...
#22
realfriendlyman
:giggle: why do I get the feeling you're not telling me the whole truth? :w00t:

You know it doesn't count if Burnley is everyones second or even third favourite team you know? :giggle:


half the town went to wembley, the rest were cheering in the streets! :roll:

I think we will do well, i'd like to see a new striker ... and a solid midfielder.... but yeh, we'll stay up , up the clarets!!
#23
realfriendlyman
Oh definitely, sometimes you have to grind out results...Arsenal can never win ugly and that's the difference between titles and "almost".

A lot of the lower teams defend collectively and fight together, which makes up for the skill they lack against the worlds best but from what I've seen of Burnley, they'll be a very worthy addition to the league. :thumbsup:


I wouldnt count 18 points behind the winners "alomst" as that would be like saying Fulham who finished 7th "almost" got relegated (being 19 points above the drop zone) :thumbsup: but i see your point.
#24
Cantona_7
I wouldnt count 18 points behind the winners "alomst" as that would be like saying Fulham who finished 7th "almost" got relegated (being 19 points above the drop zone) :thumbsup: but i see your point.


That wasn't the only trophy I was talking about, as reaching the champions league and FA cup semi finals, isn't a bad achievement but when a team can win ugly, they can get further.
#25
realfriendlyman
That wasn't the only trophy I was talking about, as reaching the champions league and FA cup semi finals, isn't a bad achievement but when a team can win ugly, they can get further.


yeh i agree, also the same with staying up as Stoke managed :thumbsup:
#26
They'll be bottom half but they stand a chance of staying up;

Sunderland, Hull, Wigan, Wolves, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Burnley & Stoke will make up the bottom teams in my opinion as it currently stands.

They're not all going to strengthen, Wigan perhaps with the Palacios money and Valencia when they undoubtedly sell him. They're also going to lose Zaki who although poor recently got them a lot for points. As a whole Wigan have been very bad since January.

Sunderland look like they may be taken over so they could get out of the mix.

Oh I don't know really, it's too early to tell, ask me when the transfer window closes.
banned#27
Burnley play nice football and are a credit to themselves. However, even with their results from last season, bookies have made them favourites for the drop.

I reckon it'll be Wolves, Burnley and Sunderland who'll go next season.
#28
http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/1922/burnley.jpg


99% of Sheffield United fans didn't even stay behind to congratulate Burnley / Thank their team.

Very small time, no doubt they was rushing home so they could see who they're going to sue for losing.
#29
RedIron
http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/1922/burnley.jpg


99% of Sheffield United fans didn't even stay behind to congratulate Burnley / Thank their team.

Very small time, no doubt they was rushing home so they could see who they're going to sue for losing.




:lol:
#30
going down obv! :P

all promoted teams this yearr to get relegated.

You heard it here first! :)
#31
God Job That Wasnt The Case As Burnley Did There Open Top Bus 2nite !!didnt Realise How Many Lived In My Home Town Was Worth The 2hrs Stood With The Kids Waiting To See Them Even If I Didnt Know Who Anyone Was
#32
fanny
God Job That Wasnt The Case As Burnley Did There Open Top Bus 2nite !!didnt Realise How Many Lived In My Home Town Was Worth The 2hrs Stood With The Kids Waiting To See Them Even If I Didnt Know Who Anyone Was


The one and only time I saw a West Brom open bus (I don't think we do them anymore lest we get relegated the following season) it shot past at about 30mph a-la Mike Bassett with people hanging on for deal life!
#33
relegation;

Wigan
brummies
west ham/sunderland/spuds. .
#34
another 6 easy points for us, i predict (Man Utd):thumbsup:
#35
I don't support Burnley but I am so proud of them and more the fans. The support Burnley have behind them is excellent and can't be faulted in any way whatsoever. LIke someone above said, whoever didn't go to Wembley were in the pubs in Burnley watching it....and it was packed!

In all fairness the bookies have put Burnley for relegation at 2/1....but they were 50/1 for promotion at the beginning of last season.

Well done Burnley and DON'T be beating Man Utd. :p

Also....another thing, I hope the big sides (including Utd) don't play a reserve side. They deserve more than that.
#36
Meadsy4742
I don't support Burnley but I am so proud of them and more the fans. The support Burnley have behind them is excellent and can't be faulted in any way whatsoever. LIke someone above said, whoever didn't go to Wembley were in the pubs in Burnley watching it....and it was packed!

In all fairness the bookies have put Burnley for relegation at 2/1....but they were 50/1 for promotion at the beginning of last season.

Well done Burnley and DON'T be beating Man Utd. :p

Also....another thing, I hope the big sides (including Utd) don't play a reserve side. They deserve more than that.


Lol, I don't think any of the top teams put out a reserve side against anyone anymore...we've all learned our lesson from underestimating teams...especially Arsenal at the start of the season. :whistling:
#37
:-D [SIZE="3"]they will go down quicker than a long turd down the bog![/SIZE]
#38
Mr Weasle
:-D [SIZE="3"]they will go down quicker than a long turd down the bog![/SIZE]


Sheffield fan? :p
#39
Mr Weasle
:-D [SIZE="3"]they will go down quicker than a long turd down the bog![/SIZE]


Meadsy4742
Sheffield fan? :p


That would make sense...hopefully Chris Morgan does the same as the eloquently put bog comment. :giggle:
#40

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