'Humble' Burnley will respect Imps in FA Cup tie - Dyche
- Author: Delores Daniels Feb 20, 2017,
Feb 20, 2017, 0:23
Their last-gasp victor, a header from Sean Raggett, sealed victory over Burley of the Premier League and put them one win away from a date at Wembley.
"The real assuredness that comes with growth as a footballer, particularly in the Premier League, is the bit that needs to be added, because we want a future where we are the favourites more often".
However, Barton put in a host of poor performances under Mark Warburton before being banished to the shadows for a bust-up with the manager and fellow players.
"A non-League side through to the quarter finals in modern day football". The Imps created upset of the year defeating Premier League side Burnley 1-0 away from home.
"We wanted to make the gesture to give back to the lifetime of support they have given to the club and we hope that everyone will join us in giving them a big cheer on Saturday!"
"Some of the games we have been involved in this season have been good experiences".
The controversial midfielder was heavily criticised for his pathetic attempt to get non-League striker Matt Rhead sent off during Burnley's 1-0 loss in the FA Cup on Saturday.
The one time England player seemed ready to take on the entire Lincoln team in a mass brawl following a 70th minute incident.
"We said it was a one in 100 chance and we had to believe it was going to be that one opportunity".
The Clarets, who had lost just three of their last 29 competitive home matches before today, failed to kill off Danny Cowley's side when they finally began to exert pressure in the final 15 minutes, with Andre Gray particularly wasteful in front of goal. "I think it's a little early to talk about this", Conte said of double talk.
The Cowleys have come through the non-league ranks, forging their reputation with Essex minnows Concord Rangers before taking Braintree to third in the National League, and moving on to Lincoln last summer.
After managing to hold out Burnley'sattack for most of the match, Lincoln got their goal in the 89 minute of the match after Sean Raggett headed the ball past Tom Heaton.
Chelsea have now won 10 of their last 11 games in all competitions versus Wolves (L1), keeping eight clean sheets in the process.
"There was a crate of lager in our dressing room at Burnley, but we quickly expelled that", he said.