1982–83 Burnley F.C. season

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Burnley
1982–83 season
Chairman England John Jackson
Manager England Brian Miller
(until January 1983)
England Frank Casper
(caretaker manager)
Division Two 21st (relegated)
League Cup Semi Final
FA Cup 6th Round
Top goalscorer League: Billy Hamilton (13)
All: Billy Hamilton (19)
Highest home attendance 23,134 v Sheffield Wednesday
(12 March 1983)
Lowest home attendance 3,714 v Bury
(14 September 1982)
Average home league attendance 9,996[1]

The 1982–1983 season was Burnley's first season in the second tier of English football. They were initially managed by Brian Miller in his third season in charge of the club until January 1983, when he was replaced by Frank Casper as caretaker manager until the end of the season.

Appearances and goals[edit]

No. Nat Pos Player Total Division Two League Cup FA Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Northern Ireland MF Tommy Cassidy 25 1 16+2 0 3+2 0 1+1 1
England MF Phil Cavener 8 0 5+1 0 1+0 0 1+0 0
England DF Lee Dixon 3 0 3+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
England MF Martin Dobson 53 1 39+0 1 9+0 0 5+0 0
Scotland DF Willie Donachie 33 0 23+0 0 3+0 0 7+0 0
Republic of Ireland FW Terry Donovan 16 6 13+1 6 0+0 0 0+2 0
Wales MF Brian Flynn 39 2 28+0 1 4+0 0 7+0 1
Northern Ireland FW Billy Hamilton 54 19 39+0 13 8+0 4 7+0 2
England DF David Holt 26 0 19+0 0 5+0 0 2+0 0
England DF Brian Laws 53 7 38+0 4 9+0 2 6+0 1
Republic of Ireland FW Paul McGee 20 6 14+1 2 5+0 4 0+0 0
England DF Dave Miller 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
England FW Ian Muir 2 1 1+1 1 0+0 0 0+0 0
England GK Billy O'Rourke 12 0 10+0 0 0+0 0 2+0 0
England DF Vince Overson 6 0 2+4 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
England MF Mike Phelan 58 5 42+0 3 9+0 2 7+0 0
England DF Phil Ray 1 0 1+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
England DF Derek Scott 49 4 34+2 2 7+0 2 6+0 0
England MF Trevor Steven 55 11 38+1 8 9+0 1 7+0 2
England GK Alan Stevenson 46 0 32+0 0 9+0 0 5+0 0
England FW Steve Taylor 41 15 22+4 12 6+2 1 7+0 2
Republic of Ireland DF Mike Walsh 3 0 3+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
England DF Andy Wharton 25 3 16+2 1 5+0 1 0+2 1
England MF Kevin Young 38 2 24+0 1 7+0 1 7+0 0

Matches[edit]

Football League Division Two[edit]

Key
Results
Date Opponents Result Goalscorers Attendance
28 August 1982 Bolton Wanderers (H) 0–0 10,562
4 September 1982 Middlesbrough (A) 4–1 Dobson 12', Laws 30', Young 32', Hamilton 59' 8,036
7 September 1982 Carlisle United (H) 4–1 Hamilton (3) 13', 18', 68' (pen.), McGee 33' 7,703
11 September 1982 Rotherham United (H) 1–2 Steven 47' 9,169
18 September 1982 Barnsley (A) 0–3 11,938
25 September 1982 Shrewsbury Town (H) 1–2 Wharton 36' 6,480
2 October 1982 Queens Park Rangers (A) 2–3 Steven (2) 17', 44' 9,165
9 October 1982 Crystal Palace (H) 2–1 Taylor 60', Hamilton 87' 6,480
16 October 1982 Charlton Athletic (A) 1–2 Phelan 19' 5,940
20 October 1982 Leeds United (A) 1–3 Muir 30' 13,827
23 October 1982 Fulham (A) 1–3 Laws 40' (pen.) 9,040
30 October 1982 Oldham Athletic (H) 1–2 Hamilton 23' 7,265
6 November 1982 Newcastle United (A) 0–3 20,961
13 November 1982 Cambridge United (H) 2–1 Taylor (2) 15', 74' 6,039
20 November 1982 Sheffield Wednesday (A) 1–1 Steven 28' 16,329
27 November 1982 Derby County (H) 1–1 McGee 37' 7,513
4 December 1982 Chelsea (A) 1–2 Laws 45' (pen.) 8,164
11 December 1982 Leicester City (H) 2–4 Steven 11', Taylor 50' 6,503
18 December 1982 Grismby Town (A) 2–3 Laws 35' (pen.), Moore 45' (o.g.) 5,448
27 December 1982 Blackburn Rovers (H) 0–1 20,439
28 December 1982 Wolverhampton Wanderers (A) 0–2 21,961
1 January 1983 Sheffield Wednesday (H) 4–1 Taylor (3) 19', 20', 89', Hamilton 59' 9,458
3 January 1983 Middlesbrough (H) 1–1 Scott 45' 9,205
15 January 1983 Bolton Wanderers (A) 0–3 8,894
22 January 1983 Barnsley (H) 3–1 Hamilton 1', Steven 34', Taylor 88' (pen.) 10,358
5 February 1983 Rotherham United (A) 1–1 Taylor 44' 6,079
26 February 1983 Charlton Athletic (H) 7–1 Taylor (3) 25', 80', 84', Hamilton (3) 27', 77', 89', Steven 87' 7,040
5 March 1983 Fulham (H) 1–0 Flynn 22' 8,774
19 March 1983 Newcastle United (H) 1–0 Donovan 71' 14,069
26 March 1983 Cambridge United (A) 0–2 3,549
2 April 1983 Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) 0–1 9,643
4 April 1983 Blackburn Rovers (A) 1–2 Scott 85' 13,434
9 April 1983 Leeds United (H) 1–2 Steven 5' 12,205
12 April 1983 Oldham Athletic (A) 0–3 6,126
16 April 1983 Carlisle United (A) 1–1 Phelan 70' 5,081
23 April 1983 Chelsea (H) 3–0 Hamilton (2) 24', 82', Donovan 65' (pen.) 7,452
30 April 1983 Derby County (A) 0–2 14,674
3 May 1983 Shrewsbury Town (A) 2–1 Phelan 49', Donovan 52' 3,573
7 May 1983 Grimsby Town (H) 1–1 Donovan 17' (pen.) 7,136
10 May 1983 Queens Park Rangers (H) 2–1 Donovan (2) 12', 33' 7,215
14 May 1983 Leicester City (A) 0–0 29,453
17 May 1983 Crystal Palace (A) 0–1 22,743

Final league position[edit]

Pos Team Games played Won Drawn Lost Goals for Goals against Points
21 Burnley 42 12 8 22 56 66 44

FA Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Result Goalscorers Attendance
8 January 1983 Round 3 Carlisle United (A) 2–2 Taylor 1', Wharton 87' 6,998
11 January 1983 Replay Carlisle United (H) 3–1 Flynn 16', Steven 80', Laws 89' (pen.) 9,439
29 January 1983 Round 4 Swindon Town (H) 3–1 Hamilton (2) 16', 78', Steven 42' 9,786
19 February 1983 Round 5 Crystal Palace (A) 0–0 14,949
28 February 1983 Replay Crystal Palace (H) 1–0 Taylor 83' (pen.) 16,240
12 March 1983 Round 6 Sheffield Wednesday (H) 1–1 Cassidy 46' 23,134
15 March 1983 Replay Sheffield Wednesday (A) 0–5 41,731

League Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Result Goalscorers Attendance
31 August 1982 Round 1 First leg Bury (A) 5–3 Scott 26', Wharton 36', Phelan 62', Steven 78', McGee 84' 3,111
14 September 1982 Round 1 Second leg Bury (H) 3–1 Cruickshank 44' (o.g.), Laws 76' (pen.), Hamilton 84' 3,714
5 October 1982 Round 2 First leg Middlesbrough (H) 3–2 Hamilton 32', Phelan 54', Young 61' 3,909
26 October 1982 Round 2 Second leg Middlesbrough (A) 1–1 Laws 79' (pen.) 10,328
9 November 1982 Round 3 Coventry City (A) 2–1 McGee (2) 43', 69' 7,437
30 November 1982 Round 4 Birmingham City (H) 3–2 McGee 12', Taylor 35', Brazier 73' (o.g.) 10,726
19 January 1983 Round 5 Tottenham Hotspur (A) 4–1 Roberts (2) 65', 85' (o.g.), Hamilton (2) 75', 89' 30,771
8 February 1983 Semi Final First Leg Liverpool (A) 0–3 33,520
15 February 1983 Semi Final Second Leg Liverpool (H) 1–0 Scott 55' 22,228

References[edit]

  1. ^ Simpson (2007), p. 386