Date: 28th October 2017 at 8:08am
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Burnley are at Turf Moor with Newcastle the visitors today, this will be an 8pm kick-off.

It’s that time of the week again and Burnley are in action once more as the 2017-18 season continues.

With pre-match build up well underway, and only a few short hours to kick-off, most will be travelling, some will already be warming up their seats or their feet but for those not attending it’s time to line up the technology so you can follow the game as best you can from the comfort of your own home or wherever you are with the technical based equipment to do so.

This year on Vital Burnley for those who can’t make the game, but will follow it sat at your computer, browsing on your iPad, iPhone, tablet, Smartphone or whatever it is that you kids have these days, why not login to your Vital account and share some thoughts with us as the game unfolds.

Team news, pre-match build up and match updates are all supplied live by the club on their twitter feeds. That feed is below for your enjoyment, you can mix that in with a Vital session too.

It should automatically update but if you get twitchy and can’t wait just hit the trusty F5 ‘refresh’ key and Bob’s your Uncle and all that.

Don’t be ‘a guest’ sign into your account, or create one if you haven’t already, and share your thoughts.

Remember you can also login using Facebook and Twitter.

Do this pre-match, during the match and of course post-match as we’re looking for your thoughts and views so share some of those below, in the forum and throughout the site!

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5 Replies to “Burnley v Newcastle – Follow On Twitter – 30-10-17”

  • Watched the muppets Neville & Carragher on tv tonight.Sean Dyche will never manage a champions league side according to them so to manage Everton would be the next GREAT step!!! as he may never get that chance again & to stay with Burnley next year he could be fighting for survival!!!! These are the pundits who wrote off Burnley last year & again this year.If they think SD will never manage a champions league side why then should he not stay with Burnley who in time CAN become a top 6 side! Can Everton become a top six side? They have the money & have had the money yet when were they last a top six side?
    Burnley over the next few years with wise investment in players & monies from the Premier league can become a force to be reckoned with.The board should look after SD the way he has looked after our club,support him in every way possible with full backing.After 5 years of success after success he deserves that.
    Another great 3 points in a very tough match but well deserved.UTC.

  • Can’t argue with any of that Irish. The massive increase in salary, together with Everton’s perceived status might well tempt Dyche, but my gut feeling is that he won’t abandon ship mid season , and he’s no doubt looking forward to seeing how far he can take this team. What’s required here is a decent increase in salary , which might not match Everton’s offer, but will be enough to keep Sean happy to stay at the Turf , and continue the adventure. Good luck in the qualifier Irish, I hope you make it.

  • Dyche has created the best Burnley team, since the team of the seventies.
    Has there ever been a better Manager in our history ?

  • Only Harry Potts Grimsby. I am forever extremely grateful to have watched that fantastic team in action. Can SD do the same? I believe he can, given the time. UTC.

  • Thanks Welsh even though I thought Wales v Ireland was very poor game and if Bale had been playing!!!! Yes a substantial increase in salary to SD could solve the problem.The board surely could match Everton figure as by my calculations we have made profit on Sales of players over
    recruitment.Surely a good manager should earn far more than the highest paid player? I also think SD will stay with the clarets.He is popular with players fans & board & is slowly building this club for better things.Just heard Wells on hatrick…..UTC….God help the Saints!!!!

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