Why I hope Burnley get Promoted

We now know who has been relegated from the Premier League but tomorrow we will find out who has joined them via the playoffs, which is usually one of the best games of the season. The popular choice for many seems to be Sheffield United, but I’ll be pulling for Burnley.
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There’s a lot I like about Burnley. I admire their manager, Owen Coyle, who is one of the best managerial prospects in Britain. I like the way they have shown that organisation and teamwork go a long way in building a successful team.
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I also like the fact that they have a small squad, stretched to the limit but are still rolling on. Graham Alexander is 37 years old and has played 60 games this season.
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However, I heard something this week that made me like them even more. Chairman Barry Kilby announced that should they go up, the club will give season tickets to all fans that purchased their current season ticket before August 8, for free!
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Early estimates are that 7000 fans would benefit from this, at a cost to the club of about £2m. Promotion is reckoned to be worth about £50m so the club can afford it, but it is an incredible gesture.
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Kilby says the club want to reward those fans who have stuck with them through the bad times and they want to give something back now they are on the verge of the top-flight, after 33 years..
"All of these people have stood with us through thick and thin, it would just be a case of sharing our success with them," Kilby told the Daily Telegraph.
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It doesn’t end there. Burnley are not going to hike up their prices just because they are in the top division. Burnley’s season tickets would be one of the cheapest in the Premier League and they allow young children in for free.
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This kind of generousity flies in the face of the greed is good Premier League, where clubs treat fans as an afterthought, particularly the top teams.
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Some people say that if Sheffield United go up, it is justice for their releagation, which had something to do with West Ham fielding an ineligible Carlos Tevez, thanks to his murky loan deal.
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I find that argument ridiculous. Sheffield United have received justice in the courts, and some of their players are still in the process of suing West Ham for loss of potential earnings.
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I also don’t like the way that Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell has publicly criticised the appointment of referee Mike Dean, due to his controversial decisions in the Sheffield derby in November.
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If Sheffield United win tomorrow then great, but I don’t believe they have some kind of right to promotion. I for one, will be cheering loudly for the Clarets. >>