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Burnley refuse Cherries approach for Howe

Burnley refuse Cherries approach for Howe

Championship side Burnley have this (Thursday) evening refused an official approach by AFC Bournemouth to speak to manager Eddie Howe.

AFC Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell had earlier confirmed that an approach had been made to Burnley after mounting speculation that Howe was set to make a sensational return to Dean Court.

However Burnley have refused the approach from the Cherries and released a statement on their official website stating that no agreement has been reached between the two clubs.

Burnley Chief executive Lee Hoos told burnleyfootballclub.com...

"Bournemouth have made an unsolicited and unwanted approach for manager Eddie Howe.

"Burnley Football Club would like to stress that no agreement has been reached and Eddie Howe is still Burnley manager.

"No permission has been granted for Bournemouth to speak to Eddie."


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Writer:DJ
Date:Thursday October 11 2012
Time: 8:02PM

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