De Boer vows to fight on, Benitez gets boost

Arnold Nichols
September 11, 2017

The New Zealander, who cost a reported £15 million (NZ$27 million) when signed last month, latched on to Lee Chung-yong's terrible attempt to return the ball to his keeper and showed no hesitation as he fired home.

For somebody who wants to play that way, how many players have they allowed him to bring in.

During the worldwide break, chairman Steve Parish admitted the start to the new campaign had "not been great", adding "i t's a results-based business, so if you don't get wins".

“Hes obviously something different to what weve got.

"I am just focusing on what I can control and so are my staff and my players", he said.

Wood, who scored on his Burnley debut by grabbing the equaliser at Wembley against Tottenham Hotspur, did not have long to wait to show his new fans his finishing ability. Could this squad have beaten Huddersfield, Swansea and Burnley?

Wells, who is expected to resume training soon, sees it as a good move at this stage of his career.

At this stage of his career, Chris Wood appears to have landed at the best possible destination in the English Premier League. "Normally we are scheduled to come together one day a week to see what's happening and how we can improve".

"It's simpler to get them going and build their own confidence within the group".

“Ive played throughout the Football League and in time Im sure success will come.

Having wasted those opportunities, the visitors nearly fell further behind in the eighth minute, Sam Vokes nodding narrowly wide of the far post from Stephen Ward's delivery.

“Im coming along well and Im probably two or three weeks away from being where I want to be, ” he said. Not only the players, but the manager and the chairman were also visibly unhappy.

A win for Sean Dyche's side lifts them up to seventh in the table. Ive made some friends for life.”.

"The only thing we didn't do was score", the former Ajax manager rued, his irritation increased by the knowledge Palace had furnished Burnley with the decider.

The lack of game-changing options on the bench this early in the season is cause for concern, however, with Palace forced to throw on teenage debutant Levi Lumeka midway through the second half.

De Boer's men kept the Clarets pinned back but couldn't find a way through to seriously test Pope as his team-mates defended with great discipline to protect their lead. “Burnley is a fantastic opportunity for me and Im looking forward to it.

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