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June 17th for Top Flight 2009-10 Fixtures!

June 17th for Top Flight 2009-10 Fixtures!

The fixture list for the 2009/10 Premier League Campaign is set for release on Wednesday, June 17th.

Clarets fans will be waiting with bated breath to find out which club will be the first team that the Burnley will face in their first season in the top flight for 33 years.

When will we play Manchester United and even more importantly when will we play Blackburn Rovers? Will we play our first game ever in the Premier League and the first in the top flight since 1976 at home or away?

Well, we will know on the 17th June and Vital Burnley will give you a summary of the games ahead.

Can anybody contain their excitement?



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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Friday May 29 2009
Time: 5:28PM

Comments

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Thats when it really sink it! Cant wait! Who do you want first up? Fancy one of the middle table clubs at home to see if we can guage what sort of season we are going to have. A Wigan,Bolton or Man City at home would be good
turfmanphil
29/05/2009 17:35:00
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Well done Burnley, I was cheering you all the way. A small town club with a big heart and it gives us all hope.
PooliePoolie
29/05/2009 18:16:00
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Cheers PP! Yes,it does sound out all the right signals. Small squad,little money can still bring success giving hope to all. Doing it under these circumstances makes me even prouder when you look at other promoted teams who have gone up there with much bigger financial muscle eg Hull, Wigan(David Whelan&JJB), Blackburn(Jack Walker)
turfmanphil
30/05/2009 08:12:00
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I am looking forward to the derby's against Preston and Blackpool ha ha i don't think so bring on the real derby's Blackburn,Bolton,Man Utd,Man City,Liverpool,Everton go on then Wigan ;-)
8clarets8
30/05/2009 12:06:00
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Amazing really how many clubs are from the Lancashire/Greater Manchester/North West area in the EPL-Burnley,Blackburn, Bolton, Man U, Man C, Liverpool, Everton, Wigan. Lots of derbies!!-14 in fact!!
turfmanphil
30/05/2009 14:34:00
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As mentioned above - I think that this is the day when it will really sink in! I have no idea who I want. I suppose ideally it would be a winnable home game, Hopefully get some points on the board!
Claretdale
31/05/2009 10:47:00
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I guess it doesn't really matter. Hull beat Fulham 2-1 in their openner last season at the KC and went on an amazing run pre-Xmas but look what eventuatlly happened to them. Suppose it would be nice to kick off the season with a win at home or draw away just to give us all a bit of hope
turfmanphil
31/05/2009 10:56:00
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Thats true Phil - I wouldnt like the post Xmas run Hull went on - but i would accept without doubt the final league position!
Claretdale
31/05/2009 11:08:00
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Yes survival is top priority although they do say the second season can be the hardest presumably because by then most of the other sides are beginning to suss you out and a sizeable chunk of the £60 million has been used up. Be interestong to see how Hull & Stoke fair next season. Would just love to do a Wigan or Fulham though!
turfmanphil
31/05/2009 11:42:00
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6 easy points for rovers and burnley back down with the their tail between there legs
glen9mullan
01/06/2009 02:29:00
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