THERE were sore heads aplenty on Wednesday as Burnley sealed their first visit to Wembley in 12 years and moved within 90 minutes of Premier League football.
Over 200 Accy Clarets who were unable to get a ticket for the second leg of the Championship play-off semi-final at Reading packed into the Stanley pub to watch the match.
And the 2-0 win has sparked a frenzy among fans to get hands on the 33,000 tickets allocated to Burnley for the Wembley showpiece against Sheffield United on Bank Holiday Monday.
Phil Miller, Stanley owner, said that 15 coachloads of Accy Clarets will be travelling to London, even though the maximum of two tickets for non-season ticket holders has caused a few grumbles.
Phil, who was among the 2,000 lucky Burnley fans at the Madejski Stadium, said: "It was absolutely fantastic, the atmosphere was electric.
"The fans have followed them all over the country this year and they’ve really got behind the team 100 per cent.
"My phone hasn’t stopped all day. We could probably fill a lot more than 15 coaches but we don’t want to bite off more than we can chew. But come Bank Holiday Monday I think Accrington could be a bit of a ghost town."