BURNLEY achieved the seemingly impossible in 2009, promotion to the Premier League. Fast forward two years, and the club find themselves back in the Championship, amongst the backdrop of diminishing parachute payments, and the incoming UEFA financial fair play rules (FFP).Turf Moor Monthly captures the trials and tribulations of a calendar month at Turf Moor, covering every game of manager Eddie Howe`s tenure down Harry Potts Way.About the AuthorPhil Smith has previous scouting experience in the Football League, and is now a regular columnist in the Burnley Express.A full season review entitled Twelve minutes at Hull: The definitive review of Burnleys 20112012 Season is to be released in the summer.Turf Monthly - February 2012Five games, three defeats, and a Barry Kilby resignation. Phil recalls all the key events of February, as our promotion charge appears to have finally petered out.
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