Clarets hope for 'small profit'

Mike Garlick

Mike Garlick

First published in Sport Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Burnley FC reporter

BURNLEY have got themselves closer to getting back in the black, just months after posting an annual loss of £7.6million.

The financial year end did not take into account the sale of Charlie Austin, and at the start of the campaign co-chairman Mike Garlick revealed the club had been in debt to the tune of £8million – but that it was on course to break even.

But at a question and answer forum hosted by the club last night Garlick announced that they were on course to go one better, with a recent half-year audit set to reveal a small profit.

“The figures for last year weren’t too impressive. We declared a loss of £8million,” said Garlick.

“We are in the process of doing a half-year audit, which you have to do for the Football League.

“The results show we will just about scrape a very small profit.

“I emphasise the word very, very small.”

Joint chairman John Banaszkiewicz added: “It’s amazing when you look at some of our rivals – Blackburn Rovers £35m loss, Bolton Wanderers £50m loss, QPR £65.7m loss. We are running this club in a proper way, not just on the pitch but off the pitch.

“If you haven’t got all that much money you have to be careful with it.”

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The club is thought to have reduced its debt to around £1m.

Increasing attendances are helping to boost the club coffers, with Banaszkiewicz revealing the average gate is up on the 2008/09 Championship play-off winning season.

“We’ve been getting very good crowds for the last couple of home games,” he said.

“The average home attendance this year is 13,5000, which is more than it was when we went up in 09.

“I’m thinking the next couple of games we will have 16,000-plus.

“We are trying to encourage everyone to come along – family, friends, supporters, potential supporters.

“Everyone needs to come to support us and get there.”

Meanwhile, the board said they would consider re-opening the David Fishwick Cricket Field Stand to home supporters should they achieve promotion, just as they did in their last Premier League season of 2009/10.

Meanwhile, the club confirmed that 9,000 season tickets have been sold for next season ahead of the early-bird deadline on Monday.

That is 600 more than the total season ticket sales figure for this season.

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9:53pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

“It’s amazing when you look at some of our rivals – Blackburn Rovers £35m loss, Bolton Wanderers £50m loss, QPR £65.7m loss. We are running this club in a proper way, not just on the pitch but off the pitch"

Just one more in a long list of reasons that make us proud to be Clarets.

We have infrastructure in place to make the step up to top flight football and to stay there. Possibly the best run club in the country with a boardroom full of Burnley fans who only want the best for the club.

Keep up the good work.
“It’s amazing when you look at some of our rivals – Blackburn Rovers £35m loss, Bolton Wanderers £50m loss, QPR £65.7m loss. We are running this club in a proper way, not just on the pitch but off the pitch" Just one more in a long list of reasons that make us proud to be Clarets. We have infrastructure in place to make the step up to top flight football and to stay there. Possibly the best run club in the country with a boardroom full of Burnley fans who only want the best for the club. Keep up the good work. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 32

10:08pm Thu 27 Mar 14

burnleyfan4life says...

I have a point now - our words to 'no nay never' need an overhaul - its now out of date given our recent conformation of superiority - 'When we play' etc - well we have been playing for the last few years now - That should have already been changed to 'when we beat'.

Now that has been achieved - The lyrics need reviewing - any suggestions anyone???
I have a point now - our words to 'no nay never' need an overhaul - its now out of date given our recent conformation of superiority - 'When we play' etc - well we have been playing for the last few years now - That should have already been changed to 'when we beat'. Now that has been achieved - The lyrics need reviewing - any suggestions anyone??? burnleyfan4life
  • Score: 8

11:05pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Mister Red says...

Any debt The Clarets have will be wiped out as soon as they get promoted. TV Revenue and higher attendances next season will see to that. Good luck to everyone involved. Players,staff and fans. It is a joint effort that they should all be proud of.
Any debt The Clarets have will be wiped out as soon as they get promoted. TV Revenue and higher attendances next season will see to that. Good luck to everyone involved. Players,staff and fans. It is a joint effort that they should all be proud of. Mister Red
  • Score: 14

11:36pm Thu 27 Mar 14

burnleyglentoran says...

burnleyfan4life wrote:
I have a point now - our words to 'no nay never' need an overhaul - its now out of date given our recent conformation of superiority - 'When we play' etc - well we have been playing for the last few years now - That should have already been changed to 'when we beat'.

Now that has been achieved - The lyrics need reviewing - any suggestions anyone???
Mate, the words are, "WILL we play B******** Rovers" just like the original Irish Folk song.

No need to change a thing cos hopefully it'll be a while before we play em.

NO NEVER NO MORE!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyfan4life[/bold] wrote: I have a point now - our words to 'no nay never' need an overhaul - its now out of date given our recent conformation of superiority - 'When we play' etc - well we have been playing for the last few years now - That should have already been changed to 'when we beat'. Now that has been achieved - The lyrics need reviewing - any suggestions anyone???[/p][/quote]Mate, the words are, "WILL we play B******** Rovers" just like the original Irish Folk song. No need to change a thing cos hopefully it'll be a while before we play em. NO NEVER NO MORE! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 7

12:54am Fri 28 Mar 14

no ney never says...

I'm sure we once had a few verses to no nay never, a couple of which went something like;
When I was a young lad my dad said to me
A blackburn bstd son you'll never be
I brought you on Turf Moor to watch Claret n Blue
This my son is what you'll always do
I say no nay never
No nay never no more
Will we play bstd rovers
No nay never no more
I went to an ale house I used to frequent
I saw bowyer bstd his money was spent
He asked me to play and I answered him nay
I said rubbish like yours I can beat any day
I say no nay never
No nay never no more
Will we play bstd rovers
No nay never no more.
.
☆VDT ☆
I'm sure we once had a few verses to no nay never, a couple of which went something like; When I was a young lad my dad said to me A blackburn bstd son you'll never be I brought you on Turf Moor to watch Claret n Blue This my son is what you'll always do I say no nay never No nay never no more Will we play bstd rovers No nay never no more I went to an ale house I used to frequent I saw bowyer bstd his money was spent He asked me to play and I answered him nay I said rubbish like yours I can beat any day I say no nay never No nay never no more Will we play bstd rovers No nay never no more. . ☆VDT ☆ no ney never
  • Score: 7

8:43am Fri 28 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

You can't change it. Me and 3 or 4 mates have the proud record of starting that song at the Turf in the very early seventies. Yes, I was one of the originals! It can be heard in variations at other grounds now but Burnley was where it was heard first. It is based on the Wild Rover Irish folk song and we only had to change 2 words. Simple but very effective.
On the money side, well done yet again to a perfect board of directors who love the club. There have been times when some of their decisions have been unwelcome by the fans but you reap what you sow, and they have done a great job.
You can't change it. Me and 3 or 4 mates have the proud record of starting that song at the Turf in the very early seventies. Yes, I was one of the originals! It can be heard in variations at other grounds now but Burnley was where it was heard first. It is based on the Wild Rover Irish folk song and we only had to change 2 words. Simple but very effective. On the money side, well done yet again to a perfect board of directors who love the club. There have been times when some of their decisions have been unwelcome by the fans but you reap what you sow, and they have done a great job. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

9:53am Fri 28 Mar 14

no ney never says...

And don't we just miss standing and thousands of supporters changing position at half time with no problems what so ever. Before Tottenham fans started football hooliganism while at an away European game, banter between rival support used to be great.
I'm pleased you have the claim to starting no nay never at the turf McClaret, , its a great tune. Well done.
☆VDT ☆
And don't we just miss standing and thousands of supporters changing position at half time with no problems what so ever. Before Tottenham fans started football hooliganism while at an away European game, banter between rival support used to be great. I'm pleased you have the claim to starting no nay never at the turf McClaret, , its a great tune. Well done. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never
  • Score: 1

10:09am Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Did you hear that Blackburn fans BURNLEY WILL HAVE MADE A PROFIT.

The ironic thing about all this is that Burnley are THE perfect example of how to run a football club properly.

And our near inferior neighbours are the perfect example of how to **** things up on a grand scale.

Two clubs, 10 miles apart, heading in totally different directions.

We'll never play you again.
Did you hear that Blackburn fans BURNLEY WILL HAVE MADE A PROFIT. The ironic thing about all this is that Burnley are THE perfect example of how to run a football club properly. And our near inferior neighbours are the perfect example of how to **** things up on a grand scale. Two clubs, 10 miles apart, heading in totally different directions. We'll never play you again. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 6

10:45am Fri 28 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

no ney never wrote:
And don't we just miss standing and thousands of supporters changing position at half time with no problems what so ever. Before Tottenham fans started football hooliganism while at an away European game, banter between rival support used to be great.
I'm pleased you have the claim to starting no nay never at the turf McClaret, , its a great tune. Well done.
☆VDT ☆
I miss the old long side like a dead relative. The atmosphere under there was simply electric and will never be re-captured, no matter what they do to the ground.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: And don't we just miss standing and thousands of supporters changing position at half time with no problems what so ever. Before Tottenham fans started football hooliganism while at an away European game, banter between rival support used to be great. I'm pleased you have the claim to starting no nay never at the turf McClaret, , its a great tune. Well done. ☆VDT ☆[/p][/quote]I miss the old long side like a dead relative. The atmosphere under there was simply electric and will never be re-captured, no matter what they do to the ground. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

10:54am Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club. Tatts
  • Score: -9

11:04am Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 7

11:29am Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet. Tatts
  • Score: -2

11:32am Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 8

11:37am Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002! Tatts
  • Score: -4

11:44am Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 6

11:58am Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense.

Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense. Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day. Tatts
  • Score: -5

11:59am Fri 28 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
I kept up. That still doesn't make sense.

Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really.

Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]I kept up. That still doesn't make sense. Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really. Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

12:50pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
I kept up. That still doesn't make sense.

Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really.

Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.
Hurts you so much doesn't it FakeVilla, you really are suffering more than ever these days and we can see it in your desperate ramblings trying to play down our incredible season and find some kind of positive in....

1. being 11th in the Championship
2. being beaten at home by Burnley
3. having a very poor tactician and motivator in the dugout
4. being approximately £60million in debt

You keep trying to squeeze a positive out of that lot Mungo and in the meantime have a read about Burnley making a profit and being a win away from top of the League, you jealous insecure nobjockey.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]I kept up. That still doesn't make sense. Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really. Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.[/p][/quote]Hurts you so much doesn't it FakeVilla, you really are suffering more than ever these days and we can see it in your desperate ramblings trying to play down our incredible season and find some kind of positive in.... 1. being 11th in the Championship 2. being beaten at home by Burnley 3. having a very poor tactician and motivator in the dugout 4. being approximately £60million in debt You keep trying to squeeze a positive out of that lot Mungo and in the meantime have a read about Burnley making a profit and being a win away from top of the League, you jealous insecure nobjockey. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 9

1:05pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
I kept up. That still doesn't make sense.

Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really.

Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.
So you have finally 'come out' and admitted that you are not actually a Burnley fan, you are actually that sad degenerate fool from the scumhole that is Darwen, aka FakeVilla/ Bubblepop FC/Keep Darwen Green etc etc.

Lets us just pause for a minute and enjoy a selection of your predictions for this season:

Burnley will 'definitely get relegated without Austin'

Our team of 'freebies and League One players' will see us struggle

Us being top is just a flash in the pan, our bubble will pop soon

We haven't played anyone in the top six, in fact you called us 'Top six avoiders'

We would lose games in November as it was a difficult month (We went unbeaten)

We would have our usual problems over Xmas and would fall away to be replaced by Blackburn

Ings and Trippier would be sold in January

Dyche would leave to join a Premier League club

We would get humiliated by Blackburn at Fleawood as you beating us would cause Burnley to fall into the play-offs.

etc etc - you are just an embarrasingly obsessive inbred idiot, who has got more things wrong this year than David Cameron.

It must be awful being you.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]I kept up. That still doesn't make sense. Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really. Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.[/p][/quote]So you have finally 'come out' and admitted that you are not actually a Burnley fan, you are actually that sad degenerate fool from the scumhole that is Darwen, aka FakeVilla/ Bubblepop FC/Keep Darwen Green etc etc. Lets us just pause for a minute and enjoy a selection of your predictions for this season: Burnley will 'definitely get relegated without Austin' Our team of 'freebies and League One players' will see us struggle Us being top is just a flash in the pan, our bubble will pop soon We haven't played anyone in the top six, in fact you called us 'Top six avoiders' We would lose games in November as it was a difficult month (We went unbeaten) We would have our usual problems over Xmas and would fall away to be replaced by Blackburn Ings and Trippier would be sold in January Dyche would leave to join a Premier League club We would get humiliated by Blackburn at Fleawood as you beating us would cause Burnley to fall into the play-offs. etc etc - you are just an embarrasingly obsessive inbred idiot, who has got more things wrong this year than David Cameron. It must be awful being you. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 12

1:07pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Nottokeenonthesmellofvaseline says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
I kept up. That still doesn't make sense.

Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really.

Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.
Hurts you so much doesn't it FakeVilla, you really are suffering more than ever these days and we can see it in your desperate ramblings trying to play down our incredible season and find some kind of positive in....

1. being 11th in the Championship
2. being beaten at home by Burnley
3. having a very poor tactician and motivator in the dugout
4. being approximately £60million in debt

You keep trying to squeeze a positive out of that lot Mungo and in the meantime have a read about Burnley making a profit and being a win away from top of the League, you jealous insecure nobjockey.
My sentiments exactly. Keep up the desperation Blackburn fans it's hilarious, meanwhile we'll carry on marching to the Premier league whilst having a good laugh at you losers. Hahahahahahaha
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]I kept up. That still doesn't make sense. Tatts has a point, there will be no trophy for second place in the second tier. Promoted clubs are never really considered Premier League until they've survived a couple of seasons and developed the infrastructure (being a founder member also helps I guess). None of this is true or will be for Burnley. The constant crowing of fans and disbelief that you are achieving the dizzy heights of 2nd place in the 2nd tier show that all really deep down believe this. Bit sad really. Enjoy watching Leicester on Saturday - they are a proper footballing team.[/p][/quote]Hurts you so much doesn't it FakeVilla, you really are suffering more than ever these days and we can see it in your desperate ramblings trying to play down our incredible season and find some kind of positive in.... 1. being 11th in the Championship 2. being beaten at home by Burnley 3. having a very poor tactician and motivator in the dugout 4. being approximately £60million in debt You keep trying to squeeze a positive out of that lot Mungo and in the meantime have a read about Burnley making a profit and being a win away from top of the League, you jealous insecure nobjockey.[/p][/quote]My sentiments exactly. Keep up the desperation Blackburn fans it's hilarious, meanwhile we'll carry on marching to the Premier league whilst having a good laugh at you losers. Hahahahahahaha Nottokeenonthesmellofvaseline
  • Score: 6

1:07pm Fri 28 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

You beat me to it Super. Was just wondering if the previously unheard of Tatts was yet another version of the idiot one. Sad fool that they are. People should take note and utterly ignore.
You beat me to it Super. Was just wondering if the previously unheard of Tatts was yet another version of the idiot one. Sad fool that they are. People should take note and utterly ignore. houseclaret
  • Score: 4

1:12pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense.

Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day.
I get that you are evidently hard of understanding, but I am not sure what you 'don't get' (Apart from laid or a job or the obvious things for a Blackburn cavetroll)

Well done you on having had a glorious day just the 12 years ago - do you think you will ever play Spurs again? I mean ever?

Poor you, make sure you keep your eyes peeled and watch MOTD on Saturdays won't you as you wait for your 20 second slot on The Football League Show that shoes you getting tubbed off Brentford.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense. Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day.[/p][/quote]I get that you are evidently hard of understanding, but I am not sure what you 'don't get' (Apart from laid or a job or the obvious things for a Blackburn cavetroll) Well done you on having had a glorious day just the 12 years ago - do you think you will ever play Spurs again? I mean ever? Poor you, make sure you keep your eyes peeled and watch MOTD on Saturdays won't you as you wait for your 20 second slot on The Football League Show that shoes you getting tubbed off Brentford. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 6

1:14pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.
No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard.

Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.
Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.
I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood.

Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.
Don't forget about 2002!
2002 comes under 'since 1995'.

Please try and keep up.

Thanks
Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense.

Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day.
I get that you are evidently hard of understanding, but I am not sure what you 'don't get' (Apart from laid or a job or the obvious things for a Blackburn cavetroll)

Well done you on having had a glorious day just the 12 years ago - do you think you will ever play Spurs again? I mean ever?

Poor you, make sure you keep your eyes peeled and watch MOTD on Saturdays won't you as you wait for your 20 second slot on The Football League Show that shoes you getting tubbed off Brentford.
I get basic logic but clearly you don't, as evidenced by the above.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on what seems to be an inevitable journey to the top flight. All you need now is about 25 Premier League standard players, a new ground, 10,000 more fans, a training ground which isn't on a slope and a manager who doesn't live in the South (read into that what you will). Once all these things are in place, the rest of the footballing world will you consider you as a Premier League club.[/p][/quote]No, when we get promoted into the Premier League - THAT is when we will be considered as a Premier League club, the rest of your rant is just the typical moanings of an inferior Ba5tard. Good luck next season when the Financial Fair Play ruling shafts your debt-ridden club up the ar5e and you cry, moan and whinge your way into League One, all the while watching your neighbours dining at the top table on MOTD every single week - basically Blackburn are the equivalent of a starving man looking in Oddies window.[/p][/quote]Not starving for trophies though. We've got two shiny ones in the cabinet.[/p][/quote]I hope the fact that you once won a couple of trophies will keep you warm at night when you are crying yourself to sleep at the prospect of re-igniting your local derbies with Oldham and Fleetwood. Blackburn - living in the past since 1995.[/p][/quote]Don't forget about 2002![/p][/quote]2002 comes under 'since 1995'. Please try and keep up. Thanks[/p][/quote]Read back what you've just said a few times and you might eventually realise that it doesn't make sense. Remember how excited you were when you nearly beat Spurs in the League Cup semi-final? Well imagine then how excited we were when we saw our team beat Spurs in the final. I don't think we were, as you say, 'living in the past' on that glorious day.[/p][/quote]I get that you are evidently hard of understanding, but I am not sure what you 'don't get' (Apart from laid or a job or the obvious things for a Blackburn cavetroll) Well done you on having had a glorious day just the 12 years ago - do you think you will ever play Spurs again? I mean ever? Poor you, make sure you keep your eyes peeled and watch MOTD on Saturdays won't you as you wait for your 20 second slot on The Football League Show that shoes you getting tubbed off Brentford.[/p][/quote]I get basic logic but clearly you don't, as evidenced by the above. Tatts
  • Score: -3

1:20pm Fri 28 Mar 14

houseclaret says...

Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer.
I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.
Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer. I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP. houseclaret
  • Score: 3

1:34pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Tatts says...

houseclaret wrote:
Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer.
I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.
Sick mind??? Bit OTT don't you think for a bit of light-hearted banter between rival clubs?
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer. I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.[/p][/quote]Sick mind??? Bit OTT don't you think for a bit of light-hearted banter between rival clubs? Tatts
  • Score: -3

1:55pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Super_Clarets says...

http://www.footballw
ebpages.co.uk/champi
onship/league?sort=p
redicted
http://www.footballw ebpages.co.uk/champi onship/league?sort=p redicted Super_Clarets
  • Score: 1

3:10pm Fri 28 Mar 14

u owe u owe says...

At
the close of the 1991 season, a proposal for the
establishment of a new league was tabled that
would bring more money into the game overall. The
Founder Members Agreement, signed on 17 July
1991 by the game's top-flight clubs, established the
basic principles for setting up the FA Premier
League. Tommy boy founder members of the PL NO! Yet another lie you tool!
At the close of the 1991 season, a proposal for the establishment of a new league was tabled that would bring more money into the game overall. The Founder Members Agreement, signed on 17 July 1991 by the game's top-flight clubs, established the basic principles for setting up the FA Premier League. Tommy boy founder members of the PL NO! Yet another lie you tool! u owe u owe
  • Score: 2

4:27pm Fri 28 Mar 14

McClaret says...

The news just keeps on getting better and better. Avoiding defeat tomorrow and i think we have an excellent chance of the title with the class players we have to come back for the run in.
UTC
The news just keeps on getting better and better. Avoiding defeat tomorrow and i think we have an excellent chance of the title with the class players we have to come back for the run in. UTC McClaret
  • Score: 3

8:28pm Fri 28 Mar 14

TurfMoorTom says...

houseclaret wrote:
Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer.
I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.
How can you ban someone for open speech on a board for open speech? All my comments are balanced and justified unlike many on other boards. You may not like them but to assume you can ban someone on those grounds is idiocy. Also to make unfounded judgements that I have (or had) other monikas like FakeVila, Bubblepop or whomever you refer is wrong. Hopefully the LT will inspect the IP addresses and confirm this for you. TurfMoorTom will continue.

As I've said, Burnley are punching well above their weight, and lets be fair its not particularly high, so wind your neck in until you've actually achieved something of note (and please realise that won't be promotion but survival in the Prem).
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer. I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.[/p][/quote]How can you ban someone for open speech on a board for open speech? All my comments are balanced and justified unlike many on other boards. You may not like them but to assume you can ban someone on those grounds is idiocy. Also to make unfounded judgements that I have (or had) other monikas like FakeVila, Bubblepop or whomever you refer is wrong. Hopefully the LT will inspect the IP addresses and confirm this for you. TurfMoorTom will continue. As I've said, Burnley are punching well above their weight, and lets be fair its not particularly high, so wind your neck in until you've actually achieved something of note (and please realise that won't be promotion but survival in the Prem). TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

1:17am Sat 29 Mar 14

Manuel Hung says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer.
I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.
How can you ban someone for open speech on a board for open speech? All my comments are balanced and justified unlike many on other boards. You may not like them but to assume you can ban someone on those grounds is idiocy. Also to make unfounded judgements that I have (or had) other monikas like FakeVila, Bubblepop or whomever you refer is wrong. Hopefully the LT will inspect the IP addresses and confirm this for you. TurfMoorTom will continue.

As I've said, Burnley are punching well above their weight, and lets be fair its not particularly high, so wind your neck in until you've actually achieved something of note (and please realise that won't be promotion but survival in the Prem).
Ur a coc£ & relegation awaits.

You know it's coming and there is NOTHING you can do about it.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Please, fellow Clarets, leave it to rot. An article on Burnley's well handled finances is being utterly ruined by the idot from wherever and you are falling for it. You will never win an argument them because, as they say, you can't argue with a sick mind. The more you post, the more it will post back because it feeds off the stuff you post like a cancer. I've already issued a complaint to the telegraph to ask them to ban it's IP.[/p][/quote]How can you ban someone for open speech on a board for open speech? All my comments are balanced and justified unlike many on other boards. You may not like them but to assume you can ban someone on those grounds is idiocy. Also to make unfounded judgements that I have (or had) other monikas like FakeVila, Bubblepop or whomever you refer is wrong. Hopefully the LT will inspect the IP addresses and confirm this for you. TurfMoorTom will continue. As I've said, Burnley are punching well above their weight, and lets be fair its not particularly high, so wind your neck in until you've actually achieved something of note (and please realise that won't be promotion but survival in the Prem).[/p][/quote]Ur a coc£ & relegation awaits. You know it's coming and there is NOTHING you can do about it. Manuel Hung
  • Score: 1

1:48pm Sat 29 Mar 14

drunken donut says...

Form is temporary, class is permanent.
Form is temporary, class is permanent. drunken donut
  • Score: 1

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