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DJ Campbell training with first-team at Blackburn Rovers

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DJ Campbell may not be able to play for Blackburn Rovers again this season – but Gary Bowyer insists the striker still has a big role to play between now and the end of the campaign.

Campbell has returned to training at Brockhall after Championship rivals Millwall cut short his loan spell following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football.

However the 32-year-old will not be allowed to feature in any of Rovers’ final four games of the season as he remains registered with the Lions for the next three weeks.

Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off.

But Bowyer was keen to bring Campbell, who has won promotion from the Championship with Blackpool and Birmingham City, back into the first-team fold.

“DJ has come back to us and he’s training with us,” said Bowyer, whose side are four points behind the top six going into tomorrow’s home clash with Yeovil Town.

“He’s a good pro and with his experience he can help around the training ground.

“DJ has never been a problem for us.

“He’s a bubbly character that’s got the experience and know-how of what it’s like at this stage of the season.

“So, although he can’t play for us, his contribution on the training ground can be massive.”

Rovers granted Campbell time off to spend with his family in December after he was one of six men originally arrested by the NCA as part of its investigation into alleged spot-fixing in football.

Having been released on bail until April 8 without charge Campbell went on to play four times for Rovers – in the league wins over Leeds United and Doncaster and the FA Cup ties against Manchester City – before signing for Millwall on loan on January 20 until the end of the season.

He scored two goals in nine appearances for the Lions before they last week took the decision to end his loan early.

Their decision came after the NCA released a statement confirming it had re-arrested the six original suspects based upon new evidence along with a further seven footballers aged between 18 and 30 who play for clubs based in the north west of England.

A further NCA statement confirmed that the 13 individuals, who were interviewed at police stations across the country, had been bailed until late June.

Campbell signed a two-year contract with Rovers in July after being released from QPR.

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9:18am Thu 17 Apr 14

owd nick says...

I wouldn't bet on it.
I wouldn't bet on it. owd nick
  • Score: 4

9:58am Thu 17 Apr 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

owd nick wrote:
I wouldn't bet on it.
Dear me Nick your jokes are getting worse. I already see Mr Dyche's face in a different light after your last crack.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't bet on it.[/p][/quote]Dear me Nick your jokes are getting worse. I already see Mr Dyche's face in a different light after your last crack. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 0

10:43am Thu 17 Apr 14

French Rover says...

“So, although he can’t play for us, his contribution on the training ground can be massive.”

Picking the cones up after training has finished maybe?
“So, although he can’t play for us, his contribution on the training ground can be massive.” Picking the cones up after training has finished maybe? French Rover
  • Score: 9

11:39am Thu 17 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -11

11:47am Thu 17 Apr 14

juanbbien says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
Well to be honest he has got a point,thirty grand a week for doing bugger all not that he did much when he was playing
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]Well to be honest he has got a point,thirty grand a week for doing bugger all not that he did much when he was playing juanbbien
  • Score: 6

12:00pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Whydidtheybanme? says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order. Whydidtheybanme?
  • Score: 36

12:16pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
[quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -3

12:19pm Thu 17 Apr 14

flagstone says...

Seriously .... sometime Bowyer you talk a load of **** !!!!!!!!!!
Seriously .... sometime Bowyer you talk a load of **** !!!!!!!!!! flagstone
  • Score: 6

12:29pm Thu 17 Apr 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
I actually thought after your lifetime dream to beat Rovers finally came true it'd ease your crazed addiction for our club. How wrong was I eh!?
It's made no difference whatsoever. You're still as obsessed as ever, still posting the same old recycled dross and still have the mindset of a bitter & twisted weakling who's years of pain simply won't go away - despite having a tidy little season for a club so used to failure.
Mind you, I suppose decades of misery doesn't just vanish after 1 decent season, so it's probably understandable.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]I actually thought after your lifetime dream to beat Rovers finally came true it'd ease your crazed addiction for our club. How wrong was I eh!? It's made no difference whatsoever. You're still as obsessed as ever, still posting the same old recycled dross and still have the mindset of a bitter & twisted weakling who's years of pain simply won't go away - despite having a tidy little season for a club so used to failure. Mind you, I suppose decades of misery doesn't just vanish after 1 decent season, so it's probably understandable. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 7

12:32pm Thu 17 Apr 14

thetop5 says...

I am sure they have been through his contract with a fine tooth comb and if there was anyway they could get rid of him, they would. GB does not want him which is why he was loaned to Millwall and not playing in the first team. Unfortunately, Millwall don't want he either!

If he was sacked now, Rovers would not be able to make any money, while if he was sold, Rovers would be able to raise some much needed cash. This possibility has to be offset against the ongoing cost of keeping him or being sued for break of contract.
I am sure they have been through his contract with a fine tooth comb and if there was anyway they could get rid of him, they would. GB does not want him which is why he was loaned to Millwall and not playing in the first team. Unfortunately, Millwall don't want he either! If he was sacked now, Rovers would not be able to make any money, while if he was sold, Rovers would be able to raise some much needed cash. This possibility has to be offset against the ongoing cost of keeping him or being sued for break of contract. thetop5
  • Score: 1

12:44pm Thu 17 Apr 14

owd nick says...

Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
That's an insult to Muppet's if there ever was one, I will have to have a word with Statler and Waldorf tomorrow at Ewood, I am sure they will want to take punitive action against you! :-)
[quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]That's an insult to Muppet's if there ever was one, I will have to have a word with Statler and Waldorf tomorrow at Ewood, I am sure they will want to take punitive action against you! :-) owd nick
  • Score: 1

12:50pm Thu 17 Apr 14

owd nick says...

thetop5 wrote:
I am sure they have been through his contract with a fine tooth comb and if there was anyway they could get rid of him, they would. GB does not want him which is why he was loaned to Millwall and not playing in the first team. Unfortunately, Millwall don't want he either!

If he was sacked now, Rovers would not be able to make any money, while if he was sold, Rovers would be able to raise some much needed cash. This possibility has to be offset against the ongoing cost of keeping him or being sued for break of contract.
You are trying to explain reality to a moron with a mental age of 3.

It's been tried many times by myself and others, all that happens is it gets excited, has a **** and it's long suffering mum has to replace the nappy or the bed-sheet's again.

Best not to reply to it directly.
[quote][p][bold]thetop5[/bold] wrote: I am sure they have been through his contract with a fine tooth comb and if there was anyway they could get rid of him, they would. GB does not want him which is why he was loaned to Millwall and not playing in the first team. Unfortunately, Millwall don't want he either! If he was sacked now, Rovers would not be able to make any money, while if he was sold, Rovers would be able to raise some much needed cash. This possibility has to be offset against the ongoing cost of keeping him or being sued for break of contract.[/p][/quote]You are trying to explain reality to a moron with a mental age of 3. It's been tried many times by myself and others, all that happens is it gets excited, has a **** and it's long suffering mum has to replace the nappy or the bed-sheet's again. Best not to reply to it directly. owd nick
  • Score: 2

12:52pm Thu 17 Apr 14

owd nick says...

A Rover 45 years and over wrote:
owd nick wrote:
I wouldn't bet on it.
Dear me Nick your jokes are getting worse. I already see Mr Dyche's face in a different light after your last crack.
That's an horrible thought, he's bad enough in daylight :-)
[quote][p][bold]A Rover 45 years and over[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't bet on it.[/p][/quote]Dear me Nick your jokes are getting worse. I already see Mr Dyche's face in a different light after your last crack.[/p][/quote]That's an horrible thought, he's bad enough in daylight :-) owd nick
  • Score: 1

1:04pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

French Rover wrote:
“So, although he can’t play for us, his contribution on the training ground can be massive.”

Picking the cones up after training has finished maybe?
Frenchy you know that's Hendrys job!!!
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: “So, although he can’t play for us, his contribution on the training ground can be massive.” Picking the cones up after training has finished maybe?[/p][/quote]Frenchy you know that's Hendrys job!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

1:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

On a serious note if BRFC did anything different to him or any other player DJ could sue them, remember he is innocent till proven guilty, I have no doubt if he is found guilty in June he will be sacked straight away saving a years salary!
On a serious note if BRFC did anything different to him or any other player DJ could sue them, remember he is innocent till proven guilty, I have no doubt if he is found guilty in June he will be sacked straight away saving a years salary! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 5

1:52pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Reg Rover says...

AT LAST A PRESS OFFICER
Blackburn Rovers have a new Director of Communications, Press Officer to you and me. The first since the dismissal of Paul Agnew some two years ago.
Alan Myers (pic above) has been in the job since March. Formerly with Everton, Alan says “it is his job to communicate to the fans. Its about engaging with the fans and its about engaging inside the club as well, because communications are both external and internal. My main priority will be to try and get the Rovers fans talking to us and talking to them”.
Asked how aware were he of the events that have gone on at Ewood for the last couple of years, Alan replied” I worked for Sky Sports before I moved to Everton last summer and I did have a quite a close association with the club because I was Sky Sports North West Bureau Chief and Blackburn was one of the clubs I monitored for Sky Sports News. I obviously saw what happened and saw how things changed at Ewood and it was really quite sad to be honest, because I always felt that Blackburn was a proper football club, with great tradition, great history, great fans and great people around the place. And I always loved coming here. My job here is not to look into the past and what went wrong, although it will be disrespectful of me to tell the fans to forget what’s happened, but I believe in looking forward.
This club should not be where it is and I think the will of everyone here – the owners, the manager, the players, the staff and the supporters – is to get this club back into the Premier League”.
Fine sentiments from our new press officer but if he wants to realy know what has gone on since that dark day when Allardyce was sacked on 13-12-2010. Log on to www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk and scroll back the last four years.
Although I know it is not his brief to resurrect the past, apologies are still needed from Mrs Anuradha Desai and her brothers for their mismanagement and ruination of a fine football club.
Questions need answering before we can move forward.
• Why was Allardyce sacked?
• Why were two of the game’s best administrators, John Williams and Tom Finn allowed to go? Was their departure instigated by agent/advisor Jerome Anderson?
• Who appointed the disastrous Steve Kean?
• Why unprecedented protest by fans wanting Kean sacked totally ignored?
• Why are banners and drums still banned from Ewood Park?
• Did Jerome Anderson run Blackburn Rovers and make day to day decisions for over two years as indicated by RT. Hon Jack Straw MP, the club’s Honorary Vice President.
• Why was Kean and Anderson allowed to sign so many below average players on high salaries and long contract’s. Who authorised this?

I could go on and on and I know that my persistence in these matters annoy some people. But history tells us you ignore the past at your peril because if you do, it will all happen again.
Only the owners can explain these issues and some ‘Humble Pie’ from Mrs Anuradha Desai is long overdue.
On a lighter note it would not go a miss if our new Director Communications (Press Officer) could attempt to get the Rovers more coverage in the National Press. Daily Mail in particular.
Good luck in your new job Alan, working for the Venky’s you will need it. Just ask Paul Agnew.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
AT LAST A PRESS OFFICER Blackburn Rovers have a new Director of Communications, Press Officer to you and me. The first since the dismissal of Paul Agnew some two years ago. Alan Myers (pic above) has been in the job since March. Formerly with Everton, Alan says “it is his job to communicate to the fans. Its about engaging with the fans and its about engaging inside the club as well, because communications are both external and internal. My main priority will be to try and get the Rovers fans talking to us and talking to them”. Asked how aware were he of the events that have gone on at Ewood for the last couple of years, Alan replied” I worked for Sky Sports before I moved to Everton last summer and I did have a quite a close association with the club because I was Sky Sports North West Bureau Chief and Blackburn was one of the clubs I monitored for Sky Sports News. I obviously saw what happened and saw how things changed at Ewood and it was really quite sad to be honest, because I always felt that Blackburn was a proper football club, with great tradition, great history, great fans and great people around the place. And I always loved coming here. My job here is not to look into the past and what went wrong, although it will be disrespectful of me to tell the fans to forget what’s happened, but I believe in looking forward. This club should not be where it is and I think the will of everyone here – the owners, the manager, the players, the staff and the supporters – is to get this club back into the Premier League”. Fine sentiments from our new press officer but if he wants to realy know what has gone on since that dark day when Allardyce was sacked on 13-12-2010. Log on to www.regoftherovers.c o.uk and scroll back the last four years. Although I know it is not his brief to resurrect the past, apologies are still needed from Mrs Anuradha Desai and her brothers for their mismanagement and ruination of a fine football club. Questions need answering before we can move forward. • Why was Allardyce sacked? • Why were two of the game’s best administrators, John Williams and Tom Finn allowed to go? Was their departure instigated by agent/advisor Jerome Anderson? • Who appointed the disastrous Steve Kean? • Why unprecedented protest by fans wanting Kean sacked totally ignored? • Why are banners and drums still banned from Ewood Park? • Did Jerome Anderson run Blackburn Rovers and make day to day decisions for over two years as indicated by RT. Hon Jack Straw MP, the club’s Honorary Vice President. • Why was Kean and Anderson allowed to sign so many below average players on high salaries and long contract’s. Who authorised this? I could go on and on and I know that my persistence in these matters annoy some people. But history tells us you ignore the past at your peril because if you do, it will all happen again. Only the owners can explain these issues and some ‘Humble Pie’ from Mrs Anuradha Desai is long overdue. On a lighter note it would not go a miss if our new Director Communications (Press Officer) could attempt to get the Rovers more coverage in the National Press. Daily Mail in particular. Good luck in your new job Alan, working for the Venky’s you will need it. Just ask Paul Agnew. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: -8

2:09pm Thu 17 Apr 14

keanoutofrovers says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ? keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 6

2:16pm Thu 17 Apr 14

slants says...

you couldn't make the jibbs up could you .Paying wage to a bent git who was taught all he knows there .
you couldn't make the jibbs up could you .Paying wage to a bent git who was taught all he knows there . slants
  • Score: -6

3:43pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

keanoutofrovers wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so.

Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption.

My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.
[quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so. Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption. My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

4:56pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Stone Island: says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
Get a fcuking life! You are one sad mother f*****
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]Get a fcuking life! You are one sad mother f***** Stone Island:
  • Score: 11

5:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so.

Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption.

My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.
Can you tell us what your club would've done differently if one of it's players had been arrested amid ALLEGATIONS of spot-fixing (not match-fixing as you continue to incorrectly call it). Then we can all explain to you how your 'solution' is wrong both legally and morally. Cheers.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so. Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption. My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.[/p][/quote]Can you tell us what your club would've done differently if one of it's players had been arrested amid ALLEGATIONS of spot-fixing (not match-fixing as you continue to incorrectly call it). Then we can all explain to you how your 'solution' is wrong both legally and morally. Cheers. Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 8

5:41pm Thu 17 Apr 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Incest Each Sunday wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so.

Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption.

My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.
Can you tell us what your club would've done differently if one of it's players had been arrested amid ALLEGATIONS of spot-fixing (not match-fixing as you continue to incorrectly call it). Then we can all explain to you how your 'solution' is wrong both legally and morally. Cheers.
This wouldn't have happened at Propaganda FC. They tell themselves they're the biggest, most successful, best run & best supported town club in the galaxy - and then believe it.
[quote][p][bold]Incest Each Sunday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so. Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption. My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.[/p][/quote]Can you tell us what your club would've done differently if one of it's players had been arrested amid ALLEGATIONS of spot-fixing (not match-fixing as you continue to incorrectly call it). Then we can all explain to you how your 'solution' is wrong both legally and morally. Cheers.[/p][/quote]This wouldn't have happened at Propaganda FC. They tell themselves they're the biggest, most successful, best run & best supported town club in the galaxy - and then believe it. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 5

8:35pm Thu 17 Apr 14

dangerous dave says...

flagstone wrote:
Seriously .... sometime Bowyer you talk a load of **** !!!!!!!!!!
Absolutely gb is an idiot. Its about t ime he played his 'big part' in sorting the results
15 wins 42 played crap!!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
[quote][p][bold]flagstone[/bold] wrote: Seriously .... sometime Bowyer you talk a load of **** !!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Absolutely gb is an idiot. Its about t ime he played his 'big part' in sorting the results 15 wins 42 played crap!!! Out with the cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: -6

12:03am Fri 18 Apr 14

bluerob says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so.

Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption.

My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.
Got to agree with the claret on this one.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so. Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption. My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.[/p][/quote]Got to agree with the claret on this one. bluerob
  • Score: -3

3:09am Fri 18 Apr 14

jim 2012 says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
I actually thought after your lifetime dream to beat Rovers finally came true it'd ease your crazed addiction for our club. How wrong was I eh!?
It's made no difference whatsoever. You're still as obsessed as ever, still posting the same old recycled dross and still have the mindset of a bitter & twisted weakling who's years of pain simply won't go away - despite having a tidy little season for a club so used to failure.
Mind you, I suppose decades of misery doesn't just vanish after 1 decent season, so it's probably understandable.
it is 37 years since burnley last won any thing in top flight football
in that time they have had one promotion to the premier league
remained outside the top flight from 1976 to 2009 they played in the second tier of English football, until they gained promotion to the Premier League for the first time in 33 years after winning the 2009 Championship Play-off Final, but were relegated after a single season
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]I actually thought after your lifetime dream to beat Rovers finally came true it'd ease your crazed addiction for our club. How wrong was I eh!? It's made no difference whatsoever. You're still as obsessed as ever, still posting the same old recycled dross and still have the mindset of a bitter & twisted weakling who's years of pain simply won't go away - despite having a tidy little season for a club so used to failure. Mind you, I suppose decades of misery doesn't just vanish after 1 decent season, so it's probably understandable.[/p][/quote]it is 37 years since burnley last won any thing in top flight football in that time they have had one promotion to the premier league remained outside the top flight from 1976 to 2009 they played in the second tier of English football, until they gained promotion to the Premier League for the first time in 33 years after winning the 2009 Championship Play-off Final, but were relegated after a single season jim 2012
  • Score: 2

8:47am Fri 18 Apr 14

Incest Each Sunday says...

bluerob wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
keanoutofrovers wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
"following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football."

"Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off."

What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.
You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts.

You are a Muppet of the 1st order.
Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode..

I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence.

The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution".

How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates.

If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for.

Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.
Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type.

Correct IF he is found to be guilty.

Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract.

Your point is ?
Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so.

Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption.

My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.
Got to agree with the claret on this one.
Really? You do realise that, by doing so, you're admitting to being as completely clueless about the club's legal obligations as Dole-queue_Clarets is?
[quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]keanoutofrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: "following his rearrest as part of a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe into alleged spot-fixing in football." "Rovers, who are paying the veteran forward’s wages in full, had the option of giving him time off." What an absolute shambles. You lot are an embarrassment to the Championship. Paying his wages in full... you couldn't make this nonsense up. £30k a week to a player under a match fixing investigation who isn't even eligible to play for you. It really is no wonder you're £60million in debt. A gang of monkeys could run a football club better.[/p][/quote]You are the absolute embarrassment - still absolutely obsessed with Rovers, fuelled with negativity after a lifetime of "rovers fans have taken the mickeys out of me all my life". Move on, enjoy your moment whilst it lasts. You are a Muppet of the 1st order.[/p][/quote]Now now Mally, don't get too worked up, you know what the doctor said after your last episode.. I'm simply pointing out that its ridiculous that any club would continue to pay a player £120,000 a month (in the Championship) while under investigation for match fixing, and having been arrested not once but TWICE in relation to said disgraceful offence. The people running your club are clearly idiots at best. If you don't agree then fair enough but you're heading one way under the guidance of these clowns and in particular Bowyer who describes Campbell as "a good pro" (really?), and "a bubbly character" who is "never a problem" and who can "make a massive contribution". How can he make a massive contribution? This is a player who allegedly placed bets on games that he could influence and given that he does not possess goalscoring talent all he could do was ensure that he fouled opposition players within a certain time period, to the detriment of his team mates. If you can't see the hilarity in these comments from Bowyer then your more deluded than I give you credit for. Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. The fact that your club not only supports him but also pays him vast sums of money, puts you in the same bracket. Shameful Mally, truly shameful.[/p][/quote]Campbell is a parasite of the highest order and there is no place in the game for his type. Correct IF he is found to be guilty. Also IF he is found to be guilty Rovers will be able to reclaim his wages for breach of contract. Your point is ?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately you cannot reclaim that which has been gambled away (allegedly). The club could only make claim to his wages if they had taken disciplinary action against the player and suspended him in light of the allegations. They have in fact done the opposite and brought him back into the club on full pay after a short spell on loan at Millwall, until they decided to wash their hands of him. Does Blackburn Rovers condone this behaviour? It would certainly appear so. Note that Campbell has now been arrested TWICE in connection with the same investigation. That should give you some indication as to his association with the alleged corruption. My point is your club is p!ssing away money that will one day have to be recouped when the administrators roll into town.[/p][/quote]Got to agree with the claret on this one.[/p][/quote]Really? You do realise that, by doing so, you're admitting to being as completely clueless about the club's legal obligations as Dole-queue_Clarets is? Incest Each Sunday
  • Score: 2

6:04pm Fri 18 Apr 14

noddy57 says...

the less said about this mercenary the better,
the less said about this mercenary the better, noddy57
  • Score: 0

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