Ings not for sale, says Burnley boss Dyche

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BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has reassured supporters that star striker Danny Ings won't be sold in the January transfer window.

There has been plenty of reported interest in the 21-goal top scorer in the last couple of months, with West Brom the latest to be linked.

But Dyche said there had not been a bid for the England Under 21 international, nor would they welcome one.

"Danny won't be going anywhere," he said.

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7:05pm Mon 27 Jan 14

FCBurnley says...

thats great news
thats great news FCBurnley

7:14pm Mon 27 Jan 14

inishowen claret says...

if ings is sold then the clarets get a fair few million, however if he stays the likelhood of promotion and many many millions coming the clarets way is much much the better option. Stick at it lads and get us up and leave the deadwood chicken farmers to drop still further
if ings is sold then the clarets get a fair few million, however if he stays the likelhood of promotion and many many millions coming the clarets way is much much the better option. Stick at it lads and get us up and leave the deadwood chicken farmers to drop still further inishowen claret

7:35pm Mon 27 Jan 14

eddyo says...

How come he is having a medical at Fulham tomorrow then?
How come he is having a medical at Fulham tomorrow then? eddyo

8:56pm Mon 27 Jan 14

claret813 says...

Sounds like Sean spoke a bit too hastily. West Brom have apparently offered about £7m which has been accepted!!
Sounds like Sean spoke a bit too hastily. West Brom have apparently offered about £7m which has been accepted!! claret813

10:43pm Mon 27 Jan 14

noddy57 says...

so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,,
so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,, noddy57

10:58pm Mon 27 Jan 14

u owe u owe says...

Amazing a fable posted on the net at midday, and the knuckle draggers beat their chests. Even after SD says 'not going in january','no offers' some 4hrs later.
Mentally challenged perhaps, post says WBA simpleton posts fulham. Desperate, definitely.
Amazing a fable posted on the net at midday, and the knuckle draggers beat their chests. Even after SD says 'not going in january','no offers' some 4hrs later. Mentally challenged perhaps, post says WBA simpleton posts fulham. Desperate, definitely. u owe u owe

12:37am Tue 28 Jan 14

jack01 says...

Your statement is about as convincing as your strange ginger goatee Sean!

The world knows that if ANY club, Premier League or Championship, comes in with a cash offer of more than £5 million, then in all probability Ings will be off.

Burnley said that Charlie Austin wasn't for sale and that he wouldn't be sold on the cheap. How did that end up exactly? Oh yes, he was sold for £3 million to a Championship rival.

Ings is out of contract in 18 months. Tick tock for Burnley.
Your statement is about as convincing as your strange ginger goatee Sean! The world knows that if ANY club, Premier League or Championship, comes in with a cash offer of more than £5 million, then in all probability Ings will be off. Burnley said that Charlie Austin wasn't for sale and that he wouldn't be sold on the cheap. How did that end up exactly? Oh yes, he was sold for £3 million to a Championship rival. Ings is out of contract in 18 months. Tick tock for Burnley. jack01

9:17am Tue 28 Jan 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
Your statement is about as convincing as your strange ginger goatee Sean!

The world knows that if ANY club, Premier League or Championship, comes in with a cash offer of more than £5 million, then in all probability Ings will be off.

Burnley said that Charlie Austin wasn't for sale and that he wouldn't be sold on the cheap. How did that end up exactly? Oh yes, he was sold for £3 million to a Championship rival.

Ings is out of contract in 18 months. Tick tock for Burnley.
The directors have said that Ings is not for sale

Sean Dyche has said that Ings is not for sale.

But the inbreds from down the road are desperate for some good news to lift their car-crash of a season where they are bumbling around in mid-table, and are praying to the gyppo Gods for the division's best striker to be sold.

Unlucky bumpkins.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Your statement is about as convincing as your strange ginger goatee Sean! The world knows that if ANY club, Premier League or Championship, comes in with a cash offer of more than £5 million, then in all probability Ings will be off. Burnley said that Charlie Austin wasn't for sale and that he wouldn't be sold on the cheap. How did that end up exactly? Oh yes, he was sold for £3 million to a Championship rival. Ings is out of contract in 18 months. Tick tock for Burnley.[/p][/quote]The directors have said that Ings is not for sale Sean Dyche has said that Ings is not for sale. But the inbreds from down the road are desperate for some good news to lift their car-crash of a season where they are bumbling around in mid-table, and are praying to the gyppo Gods for the division's best striker to be sold. Unlucky bumpkins. Champagne plus charlie

9:17am Tue 28 Jan 14

Dublin Claret says...

noddy57 wrote:
so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,,
Get ready to apologise noddy, if Sean says he's going nowhere, you'd better believe it. The Boss has never let us down yet, so remember to tune into Sky on 1st Feb. to see Danny running out to face QPR!
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,,[/p][/quote]Get ready to apologise noddy, if Sean says he's going nowhere, you'd better believe it. The Boss has never let us down yet, so remember to tune into Sky on 1st Feb. to see Danny running out to face QPR! Dublin Claret

9:29am Tue 28 Jan 14

chicken.pluckers says...

noddy57 wrote:
so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,,
Once again the rodents from Shadsworth are trying their best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect themselves from the reality of Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown...

Your "reliable source" is nothing more than your bitter and warped imagination. The panic setting in with the no-dads these days is hilarious.

As your uncle Peter says on a daily basis Mungo.... suck it up.
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: so Mr Dyche,, Ings wont be going no-where eh,? well sorry to disappoint your gullible fan,s but l know different and if my reliable source turns out to be unreliable l will be the first to come on here and apologise profusely ,,[/p][/quote]Once again the rodents from Shadsworth are trying their best to invent a world of make-believe and fairy-tales to protect themselves from the reality of Burnley's fantastic season and Blackburn's continued decline into obscurity and imminent financial meltdown... Your "reliable source" is nothing more than your bitter and warped imagination. The panic setting in with the no-dads these days is hilarious. As your uncle Peter says on a daily basis Mungo.... suck it up. chicken.pluckers

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