LaLiga Table – Burnley Fixtures 2021/22 Premier League

LaLiga Table - Burnley Fixtures

LaLiga Table – Burnley Fixtures 2021/22 Premier League

LaLiga Table - Burnley Fixtures 2021/22 Premier League

Burnley Football Club has recently undergone a major overhaul, making way for exciting new additions that have sparked the club’s rise to success. Two of these are Sean Dykes and Kevin Hogan, who have brought with them an energetic, attacking mentality.

The former began his career at Watford, making over thirty appearances for the club before joining Burnley in the summer of 2021. Sean Dykes wore the number 11 before making the switch to Turf Moor, where he has impressed ever since. He has become a regular on the bench, yet is proving Burnley a lot more than a flash in the pan, proving himself to be a quality player. He has been voted as the PFA Club England Under-21 Player of the Season, proving that he is well worth his place on the bench.

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Kevin Hogan has also signed from Burnley and impressed throughout the season on the wing. A right-footed player, Hogan has impressed many over the last few years at Turf Moor, consistently finding a way to score goals, although inconsistency has been a problem.

The attacking style that he brings to the club has brought some good results; as having seen him named on the pre-season international team, helping his side to draw their Invictus Cup victory against Italy. The 21-year-old was originally purchased by Watford from Wolves in the summer of 2021 but failed to impress at Watford and made just one appearance on the bench, wearing the number 10 jersey. However, he has found his way back into the England team and impressed at both the Under 21s and Tests this season.

Burnley Fixtures 2021/22 Premier League

Another new signing from Burnley is Ben Gibson. The former Manchester united forward started off with Celtic, before moving on to West Brom, where he helped them win promotion in the top flight. This season he has established himself as a first choice, scoring a goal in each of Burnley’s league games so far, although the rest of the team is not too far behind, sitting third in the table.

Gibson has also found plenty of game time, making appearances in the United States and Australia, but is yet to find the same impact at Turf Moor as he has at the club where he is now registered. It is hoped that the experienced forward can provide some much needed comfort to an aging Burnley side, who are languishing in the top half of the table.

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