They've played for both clubs

Last updated : 05 August 2013 By Tony Scholes
Wigan debut for Chris McCann

Tom Heaton, David Jones and then, as a substitute, Scott Arfield, were all debutants for the Clarets on Saturday and they have now been added to their previous clubs within the feature.

For Heaton, that's Swindon, Cardiff, QPR, Rochdale, Wycombe and Bristol City and Jones (who is listed as David F L Jones) the clubs are Manchester United, Preston, Derby, Wolves, Wigan and Blackburn. Arfield's only English club prior to him signing for Burnley was Huddersfield.

Besides those three  there were also seven former Clarets who made debuts for new clubs. Charlie Austin and Chris McCann came on as subs for QPR and Wigan respectively and Martin Paterson started for Huddersfield.

In League One, Stephen Foster was in the Tranmere side and in League Two there were debuts for Chris Iwelumo, Stephen Jordan and Shay McCartan at Scunthorpe, Fleetwood and Accrington, with Jordan becoming the first player to play league football for both Burnley and Fleetwood.

Marvin Bartley was an unused substitute for Leyton Orient and Wes Fletcher was ruled out of York's opener with an injury. Both will be added when they make their debuts.

George Porter did play for AFC Wimbledon and Dominic Knowles played in his first ever league game for Burton. Because neither have played any first team football with Burnley they are not included.

The Played for Both feature can be found in the Players drop down menu.