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Rovers midfielder Corry Evans wants to take derby frustration out on Cherries

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FIT-AGAIN midfielder Corry Evans has urged his Blackburn Rovers team-mates to take their derby frustration out on Bournemouth at Ewood Park tomorrow night.

Evans revealed there was a feeling of exasperation in the Rovers dressing room after they ‘threw away’ victory at home to bitter rivals Burnley on Sunday.

But the Northern Ireland international, who made his first start in more than five months in the 2-1 loss, is determined to use that feeling to inspire a much needed win over the Cherries.

“We were very down and flat after the game but it was more frustration than anything having been in the lead and then throwing it away in the manner that we did,” said summer signing Evans.

“The two goals we gave away were sloppy in the sense that was one a set-piece and the other was a mix-up in the penalty area.

“But we’ve got to move on now and take that frustration into our next game.

“It’s disappointing and frustrating not to have beaten Burnley, for the fans and for everyone connected with the club.

“But we’ve just got to focus now, try and put it behind us and try and win as many games between now and the end of the season – and that starts with Bournemouth on Wednesday.”

One of the positives Rovers could cling to following their first defeat to the Clarets in 35 years was the return to scoring form of top scorer Jordan Rhodes.

His goal halted a nine-match barren run and took his tally for the term up to 17.

With Rhodes having ended the longest dry spell of his prolific Ewood career, Evans believes the forward can help Rovers get their faltering play-off push back on track.

“There’s been a lot of talk about the fact that he hadn’t scored but every day in training he’s been fantastic and the lads are pleased for him that’s he’s got his rewards,” said Evans, who won promotion from the Championship with Hull City last season.

“It was a great finish, a typical Jordan Rhodes goal, and hopefully he can help us kick on now towards the end of the season and try and push for that last play-off position.

“We’re six points off with a game in hand and you never know what can happen in this league – I had experience of it last season when it went down to the last day.”

The return of Evans, who has been sidelined since sustaining ankle-ligament damage while on international duty in October, was also a big boost for Rovers.

Of his return, he said: “It was my first 90 minutes back in the first team so it’s coming along nicely.

“Obviously it was frustrating not to get the win but it was good to get back out on the pitch and great to be part of a Lancashire derby.

“It was a great atmosphere but it was just disappointing not to be on the winning team.”

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9:41am Tue 11 Mar 14

dallydally says...

I've said before do your talking on the pitch. 3 - 0 tomorrow would do very nicely!
I've said before do your talking on the pitch. 3 - 0 tomorrow would do very nicely! dallydally
  • Score: 8

9:46am Tue 11 Mar 14

owd nick says...

dallydally wrote:
I've said before do your talking on the pitch. 3 - 0 tomorrow would do very nicely!
Couldn't agree more.
[quote][p][bold]dallydally[/bold] wrote: I've said before do your talking on the pitch. 3 - 0 tomorrow would do very nicely![/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more. owd nick
  • Score: 7

9:58am Tue 11 Mar 14

andy1 says...

hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahahahhahahah
ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.
hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC. andy1
  • Score: -9

10:08am Tue 11 Mar 14

Tatts says...

andy1 wrote:
hahahahahahahahahaha

hahahahahahahhahahah

ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.
What's a loaser?
[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.[/p][/quote]What's a loaser? Tatts
  • Score: 7

10:13am Tue 11 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………
………………
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ……………… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 12

10:14am Tue 11 Mar 14

u owe u owe says...

loaser 
someone who has seriously done
something ridiculous and deserves a
stupid title, aka a dunce
You are such a loaser!
loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser! u owe u owe
  • Score: -1

10:18am Tue 11 Mar 14

Itsnotmeyoubellend says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��…………

…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ��………… … …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more. Itsnotmeyoubellend
  • Score: 10

10:42am Tue 11 Mar 14

Boris The Spider says...

Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………
����……
……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further.
[quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ����…… ……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further. Boris The Spider
  • Score: 16

10:51am Tue 11 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��
��…………

�…
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
[quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� ��………… � �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well. Tatts
  • Score: 3

10:55am Tue 11 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��
��
��…………

��
�…
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
Roughly translated as:

Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR.

Waaaah waaaah waaaah.

Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� �� ��………… � �� �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR. Waaaah waaaah waaaah. Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

11:02am Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch
, beaten-at-home-by-Bu
rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

11:04am Tue 11 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��
��
��
��…………

��
��
�…
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
Roughly translated as:

Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR.

Waaaah waaaah waaaah.

Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley
Yes, I wish I sat in a wooden seat every fortnight, in a ground where even the best stands have all the finesse of a pre-fab McDonalds Drive-Thru.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� �� �� ��………… � �� �� �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR. Waaaah waaaah waaaah. Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley[/p][/quote]Yes, I wish I sat in a wooden seat every fortnight, in a ground where even the best stands have all the finesse of a pre-fab McDonalds Drive-Thru. Tatts
  • Score: 2

11:06am Tue 11 Mar 14

crankitup says...

i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right....

Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night...
i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right.... Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night... crankitup
  • Score: 10

11:07am Tue 11 Mar 14

burnleyfan4life says...

I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes.

Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive.

Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players.

Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping
I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes. Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive. Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players. Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping burnleyfan4life
  • Score: 8

11:14am Tue 11 Mar 14

juanbbien says...

crankitup wrote:
i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right....

Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night...
Here,here,the same old comments coming out after every defeat which have been all to often our season is over thanks to you lot and your gutless displays for the majority of the games
[quote][p][bold]crankitup[/bold] wrote: i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right.... Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night...[/p][/quote]Here,here,the same old comments coming out after every defeat which have been all to often our season is over thanks to you lot and your gutless displays for the majority of the games juanbbien
  • Score: -1

11:24am Tue 11 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

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…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
Roughly translated as:

Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR.

Waaaah waaaah waaaah.

Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley
Yes, I wish I sat in a wooden seat every fortnight, in a ground where even the best stands have all the finesse of a pre-fab McDonalds Drive-Thru.
Are you being this thick on purpose?

the only wooden seats at Burnley are in the away end, what makes you think that someone would sit on these seats every fortnight?

Weak banter
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� �� �� �� ��………… � �� �� �� �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR. Waaaah waaaah waaaah. Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley[/p][/quote]Yes, I wish I sat in a wooden seat every fortnight, in a ground where even the best stands have all the finesse of a pre-fab McDonalds Drive-Thru.[/p][/quote]Are you being this thick on purpose? the only wooden seats at Burnley are in the away end, what makes you think that someone would sit on these seats every fortnight? Weak banter Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 1

11:45am Tue 11 Mar 14

dangerous dave says...

more idiotic promises from our deluded camp at Ewood/Brockhall - if you performed as well on the pitch as you do with the verbals we we would be gearing up for promotion!!!!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
more idiotic promises from our deluded camp at Ewood/Brockhall - if you performed as well on the pitch as you do with the verbals we we would be gearing up for promotion!!!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: 10

11:59am Tue 11 Mar 14

BananaClarets says...

Boris The Spider wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

������

……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further.
Well said Boris, absolutely spot on, I cringe every time this guy posts. He's got about eight different logins but it's always obvious who it is. I really think he needs some professional help.
[quote][p][bold]Boris The Spider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ������ … ……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further.[/p][/quote]Well said Boris, absolutely spot on, I cringe every time this guy posts. He's got about eight different logins but it's always obvious who it is. I really think he needs some professional help. BananaClarets
  • Score: 3

12:02pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bburnrover says...

the best thing Corry or anyone else can do is inform GB that when his team is 1-0 up they should continue to take the other team apart not sit back and wait for them to get two scrappy goals.
the best thing Corry or anyone else can do is inform GB that when his team is 1-0 up they should continue to take the other team apart not sit back and wait for them to get two scrappy goals. bburnrover
  • Score: 8

12:04pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Boris The Spider says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
You're an irritating tw@ too; please don't advise us about other irritating tw@'s. No one is interested in anything you say. We've tried ignoring you - looking forward to when you eventually go away too.
No need to respond - we've heard it before.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]You're an irritating tw@ too; please don't advise us about other irritating tw@'s. No one is interested in anything you say. We've tried ignoring you - looking forward to when you eventually go away too. No need to respond - we've heard it before. Boris The Spider
  • Score: 2

12:29pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bburnrover says...

The ting about going up for our small town clubs is the fact that we receive parachute payments which should assist us to take on good players on 3 year contracts in the Prem.The main requirement in my opinion in staying up is a manager who can wheel and deal in the transfer market similar to what Mark Hughes did at Rovers in bringing Benni,Santa,Bentley,
Samba,Nelsen all on a shoe string not many managers could repeat that kind of dealing.
The ting about going up for our small town clubs is the fact that we receive parachute payments which should assist us to take on good players on 3 year contracts in the Prem.The main requirement in my opinion in staying up is a manager who can wheel and deal in the transfer market similar to what Mark Hughes did at Rovers in bringing Benni,Santa,Bentley, Samba,Nelsen all on a shoe string not many managers could repeat that kind of dealing. bburnrover
  • Score: 1

12:33pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all
theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: 2

12:41pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Roverholic says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all
"A poor Burnley side"? I'm a Rovers fan and I'd far from call the current Burnley team "poor". Show some graciousness.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all[/p][/quote]"A poor Burnley side"? I'm a Rovers fan and I'd far from call the current Burnley team "poor". Show some graciousness. Roverholic
  • Score: 5

12:45pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

A poem for rovers fans (Taken from ClaretsMad)


To fans of the chicken farm called Blackburn Rovers,
You got beaten by Burnley and your season is over,
Fat Dunn couldn't save you, your luck had run out,
We should have won the last three, of that there's no doubt,

The one dream you dreamed of, it didn't come true,
For the Clarets are better than the rubbish in blue,
A defeat was your nightmare; you hoped not to see,
It'll play on your minds, seeing us in such glee,

And as for your future, it doesn't look bright,
You're a really bad club and your end is in sight,
When Venkys sell up and your players get the sack,
You'll go bust and go down and you'll never come back,

But don't get emotional and try not to cry,
Because no one else cares if the rovers should die,
You can moan all you like; because no one will hear,
We're all toasting the Clarets and having a beer,

Your overpaid players are just like your fans,
They're not "proper" lads, they're all hairdos and tans,
If they can't get a woman they show no remorse,
They just jump in a field and make love to a horse,

Well it's time to be quiet now and shut your big gobs,
You thought you were better - you arrogant snobs,
Getting beaten by Burnley has left you in tears,
Now you can stop bleating on about "34 years."
A poem for rovers fans (Taken from ClaretsMad) To fans of the chicken farm called Blackburn Rovers, You got beaten by Burnley and your season is over, Fat Dunn couldn't save you, your luck had run out, We should have won the last three, of that there's no doubt, The one dream you dreamed of, it didn't come true, For the Clarets are better than the rubbish in blue, A defeat was your nightmare; you hoped not to see, It'll play on your minds, seeing us in such glee, And as for your future, it doesn't look bright, You're a really bad club and your end is in sight, When Venkys sell up and your players get the sack, You'll go bust and go down and you'll never come back, But don't get emotional and try not to cry, Because no one else cares if the rovers should die, You can moan all you like; because no one will hear, We're all toasting the Clarets and having a beer, Your overpaid players are just like your fans, They're not "proper" lads, they're all hairdos and tans, If they can't get a woman they show no remorse, They just jump in a field and make love to a horse, Well it's time to be quiet now and shut your big gobs, You thought you were better - you arrogant snobs, Getting beaten by Burnley has left you in tears, Now you can stop bleating on about "34 years." Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

12:50pm Tue 11 Mar 14

surreyrover says...

andy1 wrote:
hahahahahahahahahaha

hahahahahahahhahahah

ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.
Is that phonetically written losers using your near the Yorkshire border lingo?
[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.[/p][/quote]Is that phonetically written losers using your near the Yorkshire border lingo? surreyrover
  • Score: 0

12:55pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch

, beaten-at-home-by-Bu

rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
Good description of a Dingle troll, were you looking in the mirror?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]Good description of a Dingle troll, were you looking in the mirror? Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

12:55pm Tue 11 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

u owe u owe wrote:
loaser 
someone who has seriously done
something ridiculous and deserves a
stupid title, aka a dunce
You are such a loaser!
Just plain wrong on so many levels.

Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever.
[quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser![/p][/quote]Just plain wrong on so many levels. Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 0

1:02pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Wild Rover says...

Oh and you have won sweet FA yet...season still lasts until may.
And as for the top table of football, you wont be welcome and you wont be thete long...the scruffy rrssed kid with the runny nose in football terms
Dream on....
Oh and you have won sweet FA yet...season still lasts until may. And as for the top table of football, you wont be welcome and you wont be thete long...the scruffy rrssed kid with the runny nose in football terms Dream on.... Wild Rover
  • Score: 3

1:11pm Tue 11 Mar 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

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…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
Roughly translated as:

Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR.

Waaaah waaaah waaaah.

Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley
now just hold on a minute......."playin
g in the premier league next season"?

was not aware you were automatically promoted already, one thing the venkys do know is about counting chickens. maybe my drug addled little friend you could ask them for advice
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� �� �� ��………… � �� �� �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR. Waaaah waaaah waaaah. Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley[/p][/quote]now just hold on a minute......."playin g in the premier league next season"? was not aware you were automatically promoted already, one thing the venkys do know is about counting chickens. maybe my drug addled little friend you could ask them for advice hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 2

1:44pm Tue 11 Mar 14

vintageclaret says...

Thinking perhaps the mindless ones might have reduced their expletive filled post by now after Sunday, I got it wrong so just have to say

"Well done Lancs-Pensioner for holding your hand up, in doing this you can hold your head high.

WORDS OF WARNING

Beware of the "Eddie Factor" tomorrow. I feel sure he will want to help his old club and bask in the reflected glory IF the Clarets go up.

I agree it is a long time to May but they are certainly on a roll and have been all season
Thinking perhaps the mindless ones might have reduced their expletive filled post by now after Sunday, I got it wrong so just have to say "Well done Lancs-Pensioner for holding your hand up, in doing this you can hold your head high. WORDS OF WARNING Beware of the "Eddie Factor" tomorrow. I feel sure he will want to help his old club and bask in the reflected glory IF the Clarets go up. I agree it is a long time to May but they are certainly on a roll and have been all season vintageclaret
  • Score: 1

1:56pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Boris The Spider says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
u owe u owe wrote: loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser!
Just plain wrong on so many levels. Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever.
TurfMoorTom - we've already seen that you have nothing meaningful nor anything of interest to add to any debate - and let's be honest, you've had more than your fair share of attempts! You are as bad as WLYV, Look Up Blackburn, Super_clarets or whatever else he chooses to call himself today; just an irritating irrelevance!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser![/p][/quote]Just plain wrong on so many levels. Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever.[/p][/quote]TurfMoorTom - we've already seen that you have nothing meaningful nor anything of interest to add to any debate - and let's be honest, you've had more than your fair share of attempts! You are as bad as WLYV, Look Up Blackburn, Super_clarets or whatever else he chooses to call himself today; just an irritating irrelevance! Boris The Spider
  • Score: 4

1:58pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch

, beaten-at-home-by-Bu

rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
What a joke coming from you, a lonely man who devotes his entire life to the Rovers message boards, trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out.

It doesn't take a psychologist to work out that you have a massive inferiority complex.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]What a joke coming from you, a lonely man who devotes his entire life to the Rovers message boards, trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out. It doesn't take a psychologist to work out that you have a massive inferiority complex. Tatts
  • Score: 4

2:32pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

Tatts wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch


, beaten-at-home-by-Bu


rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club.

It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win.

We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge.

I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth.

We all know what it is.

TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football.

I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.
What a joke coming from you, a lonely man who devotes his entire life to the Rovers message boards, trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out.

It doesn't take a psychologist to work out that you have a massive inferiority complex.
Not any more Pal. We beat you at Ewood.

We even gave you mugs a one goal head start!

"trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out"

That s a bit harsh, I've simply predicted your demise ever since Spaceship Venky landed at Ewood Park in November 2010 and those creatures from another world began probing the locals looking for signs of intelligence.

You're on a one way trip to the lower leagues, and next season you clowns will finally believe it as FFP crushes your hopes and dreams of a revival.

We might be in the Premier League by then. Funny old game init.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: The bellend no-dad above... you know the one, is simply suffering from a chemical imbalance in what little fragments of brain it has inside its misshapen cranium, which leads it to believe that its comments are in some small way restoring pride to its shambolic slap-stick, tin-pot, chicken-on-the-pitch , beaten-at-home-by-Bu rnley, debt-ridden, absolute laughingstock, of a football club. It knows no better and nothing you say to it will sink in. It's best to leave it to its shame and seething rage, I find that occasionally laughing at its more pathetic attempts tends to encourage it to pump out further bile and nonsense. You simply can't win. We've had it from day one this season, and as Burnley have improved and progressed it's mental state has deteriorated steadily. Following the derby win at Ewood, it's looking like it could now be close to the edge. I picture it as a greasy, sweating mass of anger and envy pulsing with rage and holed up in its filthy Shadsworth bolt-hole, fearing both sunlight and soap, hunched over a decrepit nicotine stained stolen PC and reading the Burnley articles day in day out, desperately trying to find a crumb of comfort in the fact that its entire world has just been torn apart. It occasionally punches the wall and grinds its remaining teeth in between shovelling fistfuls of week old Pot Noodle into its festering slack-jawed mouth. We all know what it is. TurfMoorTom is simply a jealous festering degenerate Rovers fan who CANNOT accept that Blackburn Rovers are a sh!te, penniless embarrassment of a football club, whilst Burnley are head and shoulders above in every single aspect both on and off the pitch, and heading for a bright future at the top table of English football. I would advise all to disregard any post from this cretin and it will eventually go away.[/p][/quote]What a joke coming from you, a lonely man who devotes his entire life to the Rovers message boards, trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out. It doesn't take a psychologist to work out that you have a massive inferiority complex.[/p][/quote]Not any more Pal. We beat you at Ewood. We even gave you mugs a one goal head start! "trying to convince everyone that black is white with the same ill-thought-out waffle day in, day out" That s a bit harsh, I've simply predicted your demise ever since Spaceship Venky landed at Ewood Park in November 2010 and those creatures from another world began probing the locals looking for signs of intelligence. You're on a one way trip to the lower leagues, and next season you clowns will finally believe it as FFP crushes your hopes and dreams of a revival. We might be in the Premier League by then. Funny old game init. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -2

2:50pm Tue 11 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Boris The Spider wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
u owe u owe wrote: loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser!
Just plain wrong on so many levels. Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever.
TurfMoorTom - we've already seen that you have nothing meaningful nor anything of interest to add to any debate - and let's be honest, you've had more than your fair share of attempts! You are as bad as WLYV, Look Up Blackburn, Super_clarets or whatever else he chooses to call himself today; just an irritating irrelevance!
Still no meaningful or entertaining input then. Thank you Boris.
[quote][p][bold]Boris The Spider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: loaser  someone who has seriously done something ridiculous and deserves a stupid title, aka a dunce You are such a loaser![/p][/quote]Just plain wrong on so many levels. Boris - I'll await you adding anything meaningful or of any interest to any debate whatsoever.[/p][/quote]TurfMoorTom - we've already seen that you have nothing meaningful nor anything of interest to add to any debate - and let's be honest, you've had more than your fair share of attempts! You are as bad as WLYV, Look Up Blackburn, Super_clarets or whatever else he chooses to call himself today; just an irritating irrelevance![/p][/quote]Still no meaningful or entertaining input then. Thank you Boris. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 1

2:59pm Tue 11 Mar 14

tall in the saddle says...

Boris The Spider wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

������

……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further.
Your right and what’s surprising is this piece is not even about Burnley. She’s just an obsessed fool, who probably never goes to a match.
[quote][p][bold]Boris The Spider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ������ … ……���… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Give it a rest. I'm a Rovers fan and I find you irritating. You're not a Burnley fan. We know it, they know it. Stop now before you embarrass yourself further.[/p][/quote]Your right and what’s surprising is this piece is not even about Burnley. She’s just an obsessed fool, who probably never goes to a match. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

2:59pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

dangerous dave wrote:
more idiotic promises from our deluded camp at Ewood/Brockhall - if you performed as well on the pitch as you do with the verbals we we would be gearing up for promotion!!!!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
it's you we want less of the verbals from!!!
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: more idiotic promises from our deluded camp at Ewood/Brockhall - if you performed as well on the pitch as you do with the verbals we we would be gearing up for promotion!!!!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS[/p][/quote]it's you we want less of the verbals from!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

3:03pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Thinking perhaps the mindless ones might have reduced their expletive filled post by now after Sunday, I got it wrong so just have to say

"Well done Lancs-Pensioner for holding your hand up, in doing this you can hold your head high.

WORDS OF WARNING

Beware of the "Eddie Factor" tomorrow. I feel sure he will want to help his old club and bask in the reflected glory IF the Clarets go up.

I agree it is a long time to May but they are certainly on a roll and have been all season
Hi VC, credit where it's due, I thought Imgs was your man of the match by a mile, first time I've seen Trippier as well, good fullback, we just need to carry on the rebuilding work and hopefully next year we will join you, could you take DD up with you he can't stand anything down at Ewood!!
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: Thinking perhaps the mindless ones might have reduced their expletive filled post by now after Sunday, I got it wrong so just have to say "Well done Lancs-Pensioner for holding your hand up, in doing this you can hold your head high. WORDS OF WARNING Beware of the "Eddie Factor" tomorrow. I feel sure he will want to help his old club and bask in the reflected glory IF the Clarets go up. I agree it is a long time to May but they are certainly on a roll and have been all season[/p][/quote]Hi VC, credit where it's due, I thought Imgs was your man of the match by a mile, first time I've seen Trippier as well, good fullback, we just need to carry on the rebuilding work and hopefully next year we will join you, could you take DD up with you he can't stand anything down at Ewood!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

3:14pm Tue 11 Mar 14

tall in the saddle says...

I’m puzzled as to why the Venky’s didn’t show up on Sunday for Rovers biggest game of this season and for years to come to see how their ‘Investment’ is progressing. There was no snow around so they had no excuses.
I’m puzzled as to why the Venky’s didn’t show up on Sunday for Rovers biggest game of this season and for years to come to see how their ‘Investment’ is progressing. There was no snow around so they had no excuses. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

3:16pm Tue 11 Mar 14

tall in the saddle says...

crankitup wrote:
i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right....

Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night...
It won’t be a given tomorrow night.
[quote][p][bold]crankitup[/bold] wrote: i tell you what Corry, i would rather you lot had took your frustration out on Burnley....yes i know it's done and dusted but it will take more than just words to put things right.... Gary and others keep going on about how they'll use the result to push on....well lets see if you lot give a c*ap.....lets see you earn your wages tomorrow night...[/p][/quote]It won’t be a given tomorrow night. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

3:26pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
I’m puzzled as to why the Venky’s didn’t show up on Sunday for Rovers biggest game of this season and for years to come to see how their ‘Investment’ is progressing. There was no snow around so they had no excuses.
I don't think the locals will be throwing something as harmless as snow next time the Venky's turn up for a game. I sense the volley of missiles are more likely to comprise rocks, excrement (both canine and human), and for those Blackburn folk lucky enough to own them, shoes.

The fact that we have beaten them at home means its simply a matter of time before the "Venky's/Bowyer/Shaw
/Hendry out" brigade commence their usual whining and protesting about how the world has turned its back on poor old Blackburn Rovers.

From a Claret point of view all we really need now is the return of Shebby Singh and this fantastic season will be complete.

The sight of all those angry, sobbing no-dads with sloping foreheads skulking out of Ewood Park before the final whistle will stay with me for a long, long time.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: I’m puzzled as to why the Venky’s didn’t show up on Sunday for Rovers biggest game of this season and for years to come to see how their ‘Investment’ is progressing. There was no snow around so they had no excuses.[/p][/quote]I don't think the locals will be throwing something as harmless as snow next time the Venky's turn up for a game. I sense the volley of missiles are more likely to comprise rocks, excrement (both canine and human), and for those Blackburn folk lucky enough to own them, shoes. The fact that we have beaten them at home means its simply a matter of time before the "Venky's/Bowyer/Shaw /Hendry out" brigade commence their usual whining and protesting about how the world has turned its back on poor old Blackburn Rovers. From a Claret point of view all we really need now is the return of Shebby Singh and this fantastic season will be complete. The sight of all those angry, sobbing no-dads with sloping foreheads skulking out of Ewood Park before the final whistle will stay with me for a long, long time. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

3:28pm Tue 11 Mar 14

eddyo says...

Roverholic wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all
"A poor Burnley side"? I'm a Rovers fan and I'd far from call the current Burnley team "poor". Show some graciousness.
Graciousness?
*
Even the best sportsmen might say the best team won, blah, blah, blah but you never, ever mean it !
*
And, yes, it was a poor quality game, but many derbies can be because of the pressure. But ''well done'' Bonleh....(my @rse)
[quote][p][bold]Roverholic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: theres no point in sweeping the problems under the carpet, the manager and players arent committed due to the owners clearly not having a fooookin clue what football means and is about , to get beaten on sunday shows how low we have dropped, from a Top Prem side to beaten by an poor Burnley side, and to take off our only hope Dunn, typifies it all[/p][/quote]"A poor Burnley side"? I'm a Rovers fan and I'd far from call the current Burnley team "poor". Show some graciousness.[/p][/quote]Graciousness? * Even the best sportsmen might say the best team won, blah, blah, blah but you never, ever mean it ! * And, yes, it was a poor quality game, but many derbies can be because of the pressure. But ''well done'' Bonleh....(my @rse) eddyo
  • Score: 2

4:56pm Tue 11 Mar 14

owd nick says...

Tatts wrote:
andy1 wrote:
hahahahahahahahahaha


hahahahahahahhahahah


ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.
What's a loaser?
It's a new term of endearment for Burnley fans.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.[/p][/quote]What's a loaser?[/p][/quote]It's a new term of endearment for Burnley fans. owd nick
  • Score: 1

4:57pm Tue 11 Mar 14

owd nick says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��…………

…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
Absolute classic!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… ��………… … …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]Absolute classic! owd nick
  • Score: 1

5:09pm Tue 11 Mar 14

owd nick says...

burnleyfan4life wrote:
I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes.

Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive.

Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players.

Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping
Thank you, a realistic appraisal from a Burnley fan at last.

http://www.financial
fairplay.co.uk/finan
cial-fair-play-expla
ined.php

A simple explanation.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyfan4life[/bold] wrote: I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes. Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive. Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players. Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping[/p][/quote]Thank you, a realistic appraisal from a Burnley fan at last. http://www.financial fairplay.co.uk/finan cial-fair-play-expla ined.php A simple explanation. owd nick
  • Score: 2

10:23pm Tue 11 Mar 14

owd nick says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it:

Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok?

Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it

Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom

Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would

Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo.

Tom: Broke it? We smashed it.

Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind.

Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence…………

��
��
��
��…………

��
��
�…
…. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history.

Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves?

Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation

Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John?

John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave?

Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era

Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism.

Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you

Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City?

Tom: No Dave

Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom?

Tom: No

Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon?

Tom: Yes Dave

Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League.

Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo.

Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter.

Tom: We’ll never play you again.

Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code

Tom: But that’s not fair.

Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.
You need to get out more.
Nice one.

To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope.

Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M.

Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.
Roughly translated as:

Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR.

Waaaah waaaah waaaah.

Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley
The knobhead returns.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Well I need some support lads – things haven’t gone as I’d planned so far at work in Shadsworth this week. I’m surrounded by no dads and after Sunday was well looking forward to getting into work to have a go but they’re just not rising to it: Tom: HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA Dave: Morning Tom – are you ok? Tom: We’re better than you – no one can take it away and it’s now proven. Fact. You’re scum and you know it Dave: I think you’d better calm down Tom Tom: HA HA HA HA. Ings finished you off like I said he would Dave: Oh the football. Yes, well done, finally broke YOUR hoodoo. Tom: Broke it? We smashed it. Dave: I think it could easily have gone either way and we were far from full strength with an emergency centre half and inexplicably threw in a makeweight Millwall squad player into the mix just for the fun of it. But we still more than matched you didn’t we. If you call having 49% of a game of hoofball and riding your luck smashing it then fair play. But well done anyway, hope you enjoyed your day. Must say we’ve had quite a few bigger ones mind. Tom: Riding our luck? We’ve got the 2nd best strike force, 2nd best defence………… �� �� �� ��………… � �� �� �… …. etc etc etc. and Andrew Greaves says we’ve made history. Dave: Who’s Andrew Greaves? Tom: A trainee reporter for a small provincial newspaper of limited circulation Dave: Ok, that explains things. Well Tom, you see, during this ‘history’, we’ve had and won wars in Argentina and Gulf, Thatcher has been, done her business and gone, The IRA have ceased to exist, sort of, the Berlin wall has come down, Russia collapsed and a rag head in a cave managed to plot a major strike on American soil. These things are moments in history. You’ve simply won one game in 35 years which doesn’t sound much better than no games in 35 years does it. In the grand scheme of things and the way you went about yourselves on the day, no particular concern. John here is a lifetime Rovers fan and was even there last time you beat us, what did you think of it John? John: Can you pass me the sugar Dave? Tom: Chris Flanagan says it’s the end of an era Dave: I just answered that and don’t you dare throw Suzanne Geldard’s opinion into the mix. Peter White will be turning in his grave at the standards of modern day journalism. Tom: Yes – but but – we’re now better than you aren’t we, we’ve actually finally beat you Dave: Are Wigan better than Man City? Tom: No Dave Dave: And they’ve beaten them not once but twice in the last 2 seasons while in the process also won a major trophy. Have you won a major trophy in your living memory Tom? Tom: No Dave: Are Wigan sh!te Tom and do they play in a ground with the atmosphere of the moon? Tom: Yes Dave Dave: So that’s why you’re hanging on to this minor occurrence as a point in history, as you have had nothing else to go at. And you still have nothing else to realistically go at, other than perhaps, if your luck holds, another disastrous, embarrassing season in the Premier League. Tom: We’re actually going to re-establish ourselves as a Premier League force and get into Europe, maybe sign Messi and Ronaldo. Dave: No you won’t Tom. And you’ve never been a Premier League force by the way, whereas we have. Either way you’ll still be training amongst the dog turd at Gawthorpe and playing in a football ground which at distance can be confused for a derelict 1970’s bus shelter. Tom: We’ll never play you again. Dave: Yes you will Tom. And I’ll actually now be looking forward to it more as until now while you’ve been languishing in the basement of the league our rivalry has felt like teasing a special needs kid though since we stopped being able to take on the likes of Man Utd for the league life has been a bit hollow. Continually beating you hasn’t really felt like beating anyone worthwhile. So it’s actually quite refreshing to have you back on the radar and will be good fun to watch you fall again back to your rightful place and in the process give you a few good tubbings. So I guess what you’ve actually achieved is making yourselves a worthwhile whipping boy for us. Again. Well done. Thanks. You’re a small town in Blackburn and always will be – look at your post code Tom: But that’s not fair. Dave: Life’s not fair Tom. Look at your hands, you’ve got 6 fingers. Now lets get back to work, brew time over. Wipe your face by the way, you’re dribbling again.[/p][/quote]You need to get out more.[/p][/quote]Nice one. To be fair though regarding Gawthorpe, after a while, the dog turd does eventually clear itself from the pitch by rolling down the slope. Can't see it putting off Bale from signing though, which is how I expect Burnley will use their £120M. Mind you they might also need to hold some some cash back to hire 10,000 - 15,000 actors every fortnight to bolster their crowd up to being a respectable Premier League attendance. Some of these actors tend to be good at singing as well.[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: Waaah waaah waaaah, I am so jealous of my bigger and better neighbours playing in the Premier League next season - THAT IS WHERE I WANT TO BE AND IT'S JUST NOT FAIR. Waaaah waaaah waaaah. Keep up the good work Venkys - you know we love your work here in Burnley[/p][/quote]The knobhead returns. owd nick
  • Score: 1

4:28am Wed 12 Mar 14

digitusjonfred says...

andy1 wrote:
hahahahahahahahahaha

hahahahahahahhahahah

ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.
Dick
[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahhahahahaha Sore Loasers throw the toys out of the pram. UTC.[/p][/quote]Dick digitusjonfred
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4:33am Wed 12 Mar 14

digitusjonfred says...

burnleyfan4life wrote:
I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes.

Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive.

Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players.

Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping
Totally brilliant assessment.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyfan4life[/bold] wrote: I am a Burnley fan and really hope your lads can spring a few results together now and somehow get in the play offs - you need 8 wins from 13 plus 3 draws realistically so you can lose only 2 - a very tough ask given your form and injuries - Would be great if we both went up TBH. - Despite what people are saying its not a done deal for Burnley yet - 1 or 2 slip ups - and we are back with the pack - and some tough games coming up - Some of the banter om here is crazy - but the fact is we both need each other and are part of each others history - Most of us know/work with opposing fans and banter can be a laugh -but not when taken to some extremes. Regards to financial fair play - its just going to help the bigger clubs full stop when the first 2-3 years mess clears up - clubs must spend within their means - so without very could management both our clubs will could never see the big time again - This is Burnleys last chance - miss this and players will be sold, the manager will leave and leave us struggling to survive. Leeds, Sheff Wed, Brighton , Notts forest, Wolves etc - attract much bigger revenues when the tv monies are striped out - so club like ours will have to be selling clubs just to survive - The only hope is that we can all produce youth players. Yes if Burnley go up -Money will be no problem initially - but it wont last more than 5 years. Burnley will use half of it to have a stab at staying up (but will fail) and the rest will go over the next 2-3 years on wages incurred trying - as happened last time -No town the size of Burnley has ever survived in the premiership - but heres to hoping[/p][/quote]Totally brilliant assessment. digitusjonfred
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