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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Burnley 25 15 5 90
2 Middlesboro 26 10 9 88
3 Brighton 24 16 5 88
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 By PA Sport

Sean Dyche to celebrate Burnley promotion with coffee over champagne

Burnley fans have secured promotion back to the Premier League.

Sean Dyche saw his Burnley side seal a £100 million promotion to the Premier League but was happy to shun a champagne celebration for a service station coffee.

The Clarets secured a top-two finish in the Championship with a 1-0 win over QPR, courtesy of Sam Vokes' brilliant second-half header.

That took their unbeaten run to 22 matches, confirming their return to the top flight at the first opportunity and a bumper pay day as broadcast rights soar for the 2016-17 campaign.

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But while Dyche...

Burnley's Sam Vokes on promotion: 'It's magic round here'

Burnley returned to the Premier League on their first attempt.

Burnley's promotion hero Sam Vokes was savouring the moment after their win over QPR.

Vokes' second-half header gave Sean Dyche's men a 1-0 victory at Turf Moor and sent them back up to the Premier League at the first attempt.

Injury robbed Vokes of the chance to enjoy the occasion the last time Burnley went up, but he was in the thick of it this time.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "I missed...

Burnley return to Premier League at first attempt with win over QPR

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Burnley fans will be able to watch their team in the Premier League again next season.

Sam Vokes sealed Burnley's return to the Premier League at the first attempt with a brilliant headed winner against QPR, which kicked off a promotion party at Turf Moor.

Sean Dyche's side came into the match knowing that victory would guarantee them a top-two finish in the Championship, and the Wales international delivered a 1-0 victory in the 61st minute, rising highest to convert David Jones' free kick.

It seems clear that Clarets deserve to retake their place at the top table, and to earn the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool must pay Burnley £6.5m in compensation for Danny Ings - tribunal

Adrian's goal late into stoppage time sunk Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield in the first leg of the UEL semifinals.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Liverpool's defeat at Villarreal and what it means for the second leg.
Danny Ings moved to Liverpool from Burnley last summer.

Liverpool have been told to pay Burnley £6.5 million plus another £1.5m linked to performance for striker Danny Ings, the Professional Football Compensation Committee (PFCC) has ruled.

The decision -- a new record for a fee ordered by a tribunal -- means Burnley will also receive 20 percent of the money from any future sale of Ings.

It settles a dispute between the two clubs over the player, who moved to Anfield last summer when his contract with Burnley -- for whom he scored 11 Premier...

 By Nick Miller

Five Championship questions: Burnley, Boro and Brighton battle it out

Alison Bender talks you through the goings on with the 72 teams across the football leagues in 72 seconds.
Don Hutchison and Alison Bender chart the decline of Leeds United from European heavyweights to Championship obscurity.

The top three in the Championship are separated by goal difference alone with two games remaining. Nick Miller offers up his five major questions as the race for the Premier League builds to a thrilling finale.

1. Can the top three keep up this ferocious pace?

It really could not be more deliciously nor delicately poised. With two games remaining, the top three -- Burnley, Middlesbrough and Brighton -- all have exactly the same number of points. The sides are only separated by goal difference, and...