Dream Teams: Burnley
Wednesday 27 May 2009
Not only was Wade Elliott's 25-yard screamer against Sheffield United in Monday's Championship Playoff final worth £60m, it has also earned his side a timely and deserved inclusion in our Dream Team series.
Owen Coyle's men will add a refreshing brand of community-based football spirit to next season's Premier League and, if the evidence of Coyle's higher profile during this season's attention-grabbing cup runs is anything to go by, the Burnley manager won't suffer the same delusions of grandeur that so afflicted Hull's Phil Brown.
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But Burnley are no strangers to top-flight football and they are on first name terms with some of the biggest pieces of domestic silverware on offer, including two First Division league titles and an FA Cup victory.
Monday's match created many new Claret and Blue heroes but do more of them deserve a place in this Dream Team and who is missing from the annals of Turf Moor history that should be here? Join in the debate below.
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