Facey and Farrelly stay with Clarets

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Burnley boss Stan Ternent has been able to extend Delroy Facey and Gareth Farelly's loans at Turf Moor to a third month from Premiership side Bolton Wanderers.

The Clarets manager was able to agree terms with Bolton counterpart Sam Allardyce over an extension for the Trotters pair.

Both Facey (pictured) and Farrelly joined the Division One club back in September, with Glen Little heading in the opposite direction for a loan spell at The Reebok Stadium.

Little has ended his time with Bolton and played for Burnley in Tuesday's 2-0 Carling Cup defeat at Wolves.

Facey has scored five goals in 11 matches for The Clarets while Farrelly's impressive start to his time at Burnley was curtailed by illness but he is now fit again.

The loan news is good for Ternent, who faces having the midfield pair of on-loan Luke Chadwick and Paul Weller sidelined with injuries.

Weller is out with a calf problem while Manchester United player Chadwick may have a fractured bone in his toe.

"Paul has a calf strain and the scan showed that, so we'll have to wait and see," Ternent told the club's official website.

"Luke has a very badly bruised toe and has also had a scan and we now think there may be a little fracture there.

"It can't be immobilised, so we're looking at around three weeks."