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Bore Draw sees Clarets 4th

Bore Draw sees Clarets 4th

Burnley's momentum stalled somewhat, with a rainy Tuesday night stalemate with Southend.

As second top faced second bottom, there was nothing to seperate them, as Steve Tilson's side made life difficult for the free scoring Clarets with an astute away performance.

With Steve Cotterill himself conceding that it was a fair result, the Clarets will be looking for an improved showing when they make the long trip to face Plymouth on Saturday.


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Date:Wednesday October 18 2006
Time: 5:53PM

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Not a convincing performance. All those missed chances with no clinical finishing, like when they played Norwich or even against Hull. All credit to Southend who gave us a good game. I suppose its a clean sheet, but we should have scored at least 1 to give us all three points!
Sandmancas
19/10/2006 13:20:00
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What chances I think you had 3 shots on goal all game, you were very lucky to get a point
miked_joker
23/10/2006 13:29:00
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Sorry got carried away with typing, 3 chances, you are correct. But your finishing wasn't the best either, suppose that was mostly down to the 'beast' in goal, and the woodwork! I was only commenting in relation to other performances we have put in.
Sandmancas
24/10/2006 09:26:00
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