Clarets sell more than 11,000 season tickets

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Burnley have sold more than 11,000 season tickets for the 2014-15 campaign.

The figure is the most since the Clarets were in the Premier League in 2009-10.

The early bird deadline for Turf Moor season tickets closed yesterday and the ticket office will be shut today to process details.

The Clarets sold 8,400 season tickets in total for the current campaign.

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8:53am Tue 1 Apr 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.
I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: -4

9:22am Tue 1 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.
Good for you old man, I always knew you'd eventually come out of the closet.

Have to admit, should Burnley go up, I expect a few more of your lot will also be drawn by the lure of Premier League football to turf Moor, given the abysmal football on display down at Ewood Park.
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.[/p][/quote]Good for you old man, I always knew you'd eventually come out of the closet. Have to admit, should Burnley go up, I expect a few more of your lot will also be drawn by the lure of Premier League football to turf Moor, given the abysmal football on display down at Ewood Park. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

9:29am Tue 1 Apr 14

Dublin Claret says...

Lets make sure we get over the line first, long way to go yet!
Lets make sure we get over the line first, long way to go yet! Dublin Claret
  • Score: 11

12:48pm Tue 1 Apr 14

rovers666 says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.
The seafood options are usually salmon and sea bass at Ewood on match-days.

I've personally not seen any Carp on the menu - but if you're preference for seafood is that much of an influence on which team you watch then fair enough.
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.[/p][/quote]The seafood options are usually salmon and sea bass at Ewood on match-days. I've personally not seen any Carp on the menu - but if you're preference for seafood is that much of an influence on which team you watch then fair enough. rovers666
  • Score: 1

12:58pm Tue 1 Apr 14

McClaret says...

rovers666 wrote:
.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.
The seafood options are usually salmon and sea bass at Ewood on match-days.

I've personally not seen any Carp on the menu - but if you're preference for seafood is that much of an influence on which team you watch then fair enough.
lol - nice spot!
[quote][p][bold]rovers666[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs sadly the carp served up at Ewood these days have driven me too this.[/p][/quote]The seafood options are usually salmon and sea bass at Ewood on match-days. I've personally not seen any Carp on the menu - but if you're preference for seafood is that much of an influence on which team you watch then fair enough.[/p][/quote]lol - nice spot! McClaret
  • Score: 2

3:19pm Tue 1 Apr 14

leyton says...

I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs you will be sadly disappointed .I gave up my ticket during the last time because of the negative boring games i had too endure from the cricket field end,The whinging and crying and cheating especially at corners was excruciating .I only saw 3 games that were any where near skillfull the rest was both teams aiming for a draw. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzz.Now i can use the money for something a lot better.Quids in .
I must admit I've got my application in early can't wait to see premier league football again in East Lancs you will be sadly disappointed .I gave up my ticket during the last time because of the negative boring games i had too endure from the cricket field end,The whinging and crying and cheating especially at corners was excruciating .I only saw 3 games that were any where near skillfull the rest was both teams aiming for a draw. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzz.Now i can use the money for something a lot better.Quids in . leyton
  • Score: 0

10:34am Thu 3 Apr 14

Jimbok says...

What is worrying is that I have already seen 2 'diehard' Rovers fans I know in the Bob Lord at more than one game, having spent the Walker years trying to convince everyone they'd always supported Rovers. Is it our turn to have the dubious pleasure of the floating, glory-seeking 'support'? Another potential reason why next season can only be far worse than the current one.
What is worrying is that I have already seen 2 'diehard' Rovers fans I know in the Bob Lord at more than one game, having spent the Walker years trying to convince everyone they'd always supported Rovers. Is it our turn to have the dubious pleasure of the floating, glory-seeking 'support'? Another potential reason why next season can only be far worse than the current one. Jimbok
  • Score: 0

7:55pm Thu 3 Apr 14

leyton says...

Jimbok wrote:
What is worrying is that I have already seen 2 'diehard' Rovers fans I know in the Bob Lord at more than one game, having spent the Walker years trying to convince everyone they'd always supported Rovers. Is it our turn to have the dubious pleasure of the floating, glory-seeking 'support'? Another potential reason why next season can only be far worse than the current one.
why would any jibbS come and watch the Burnley .THEY MUST BE REALLY MORONS .hOW CAN ANYONE START WATCHING ANOTHER TEAM BIZARRE.
[quote][p][bold]Jimbok[/bold] wrote: What is worrying is that I have already seen 2 'diehard' Rovers fans I know in the Bob Lord at more than one game, having spent the Walker years trying to convince everyone they'd always supported Rovers. Is it our turn to have the dubious pleasure of the floating, glory-seeking 'support'? Another potential reason why next season can only be far worse than the current one.[/p][/quote]why would any jibbS come and watch the Burnley .THEY MUST BE REALLY MORONS .hOW CAN ANYONE START WATCHING ANOTHER TEAM BIZARRE. leyton
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