Played for Both Clubs gets an update
The January transfer window closed last week and that’s brought an update to our Played for Both Clubs feature with seven players added to new clubs and one more, potentially, still to come.
Played for Both Clubs lists players, club by club, who have played for both Burnley and that club in post-war football.
New loan signing Georges-Kévin NKoudou has been added to the Spurs list, as has Aaron Lennon who made his debut at Newcastle last week. That’s taken the Spurs list to fifteen players which includes the likes of Ralph Coates and Kieran Trippier as well as Chris Waddle and a couple who didn’t do particularly well at Burnley in Mark Kendall and Paul Stewart.
Lennon has also, of course, been added to both Leeds and Everton taking the totals for those two clubs to 26 and 22 respectively.
Of the players who have left us in January, either permanently or on loan, only Dan Agyei has played in the first team. His name is first on the Blackpool list which now totals 49 players. That’s still some way short of Bury; a total of 57 players have played for both us and the Shakers since the start of the 1946/47 season.
Other players on the move and added to new clubs are Zavon Hines who has been added to Chesterfield following his move there from Maidstone and there are a couple of others who have moved on loan. Jason Shackell has made a debut for Millwall and Dean Bowditch became the second former Burnley player to play for Stevenage, joining Josh McQuoid, after his loan move from Northampton.
One other former Burnley player made a deadline day move; Jon Flanagan moved to Bolton on loan from Liverpool. He’s still to make his Bolton debut but will be added as and when he does.
The Played for Both Clubs feature can be found within Players drop down on the top menu.Follow UpTheClarets:
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