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    MrBrightside87 wrote:
    After the summer transfer window slams shut, Ings and trippier have left for bigger and better things, and little has been invested... All the burnley fans will be asking that same famous question just like last time they was promoted and then relegated....

    Where has all the money gone?

    I'll answer it now, buying holiday homes and fast cars for the directors of your club. They couldn't give two hoots about the fans as shown with over inflated ticket prices and inability to pay their star performers what they deserve.

    It's not about throwing money around, but at least show abit of ambition. 120 million in the coffers that was never budgeted for... Live a little, invest some and give some back to the fans that pay over the odds to support their club.

    Your players, manager, staff and I hate to say it fans, deserved promotion and all the excitement it bring. The fat cat directors who are going to reap the rewards and put nothing back don't

    Rovers till I die!
    May that be soon. One less then."
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Dialogue continues over Burnley deals

Dialogue continues over Burnley deals

Danny Ings

Danny Ings

First published in Sport

BURNLEY are continuing dialogue with Danny Ings and Kieran Trippier over potential new deals with the club.

Ings and Trippier both have only one year left on their current contracts and have been linked with interest from elsewhere after starring in the Clarets’ promotion season.

But Burnley are attempting to tie the duo to extended deals and discussions are continuing, although chief executive Lee Hoos is keen to keep private the details of how talks were progressing.

“I have dialogue with them all the time,” Hoos said. “But I would never do a contract negotiation in a public forum.”

Trippier has now jetted off on holiday, while Ings is preparing to represent England under 21s against Wales in Swansea on Monday.

After reported interest from elsewhere, Ings said: “Of course it is flattering to be linked with other clubs and I have seen some of the stuff in the papers and on Twitter. But I try and stay focused on what I am doing.

“You never know what is going to happen in football, but as it stands I am contracted at Burnley for another year and I am happy and looking forward to playing in the Premier League next season.”

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