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Well Done Mr Coyle

Congratulations to Burnley, led by former Bolton player Owen Coyle, who strolled past the Arsenal cissies last night to secure a spot in the League Cup semi-finals. Two goals by Kevin McDonald were enough to see off Arsene Wenger`s men. This sets up the possibility of a delicious tie with near neighbours Blackburn which should be fun. Rivalry would be one word to describe the relationship between the two clubs. Hatred is a better one though.




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Writer: Richard McCormick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 3 2008

Time: 11:55AM

Your Comments

ooooooooh how i would love for a rovers burnley semi, or even final...... gotta get past the scum 2nit first tho
whitey_82003
great to see the Arsenal Under 5's beaten!
merlin
Sadly Spudz and Manyoo gone through tonight...... Always next season for Rovers, I think they have to play extra games in the Championship.
tomog
Well Burnley should have an easier draw now those two went through....!!....;o)
lincolnblue
 

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