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Wilcox had been in temporary charge of the League Two side

Laws pledges Burnley will not sell as they seek to bounce back

Brian Laws, the Burnley manager, is pressing ahead with plans for next season after talks with chairman Barry Kilby and says he does not have to sell his best players.

Laws set for Burnley talks

Burnley chairman Barry Kilby plans talks with manager Brian Laws after the club's relegation from the Barclays Premier League was confirmed yesterday.

Laws has belief but Burnley lack bite in fight to survive

Sunderland 2 Burnley 1

Burnley suspend Gudjonsson over Laws comments

Burnley have announced the suspension of midfielder Joey Gudjonsson for two weeks pending a full investigation following his comments about manager Brian Laws.

Burnley build a heaven in Hull's despair

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Hull ready for crucial relegation clash

Hull boss Iain Dowie insists his side will only be focused on their own performance when they face Burnley in their crucial relegation clash at the KC Stadium tomorrow.

Burnley sunk by Olsson's 'dive' on day of 40 arrests

Burnley 0 Blackburn Rovers 1

Clarets urged to start great escape with Rovers victory

The Burnley manager Brian Laws has called on his players to beat the odds and make Premier League history this season. The Clarets are in a perilous position after claiming a meagre four points from a possible 33 since Laws took the helm, yet they remain only three points adrift of safety.

Martinez happy to cash in after keeper Kirkland is struck by coin

Wigan Athletic 1 Burnley 0

Rodallega adds pain to Clarets' travel sickness Rodallega strikes

Wigan Athletic 1 Burnley 0

Laws unconcerned by sack reports

Brian Laws insists he will lose no sleep over claims - shot down by Burnley - that he is facing the sack.

'Frustrated' Burnley fans turn their full force on Laws

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Blake backs Burnley to show survival instinct

The Burnley striker Robbie Blake is confident his side can take the first step towards safety tonight when they face Stoke City at Turf Moor. A victory would lift the team out of the relegation zone and give the players a much-needed boost ahead of a further home game against fellow strugglers Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

Yebda lifts spirits as Pompey solve the Carlisle conundrum

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Portsmouth banned from emergency player sale

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