Dyche is key to Burnley success, says Akinbiyi

Ade Akinbiyi

Ade Akinbiyi

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

ADE Akinbiyi believes Burnley can stay in the Premier League next season, if the Clarets can keep hold of Sean Dyche.

The Burnley boss has become hot property since guiding Burnley back into the top flight after only his first full season in charge.

Dyche has already been mentioned in connection with the vacant head coach position at West Brom, while he has been named high up in the bookmakers’ favourites for the Southampton post.

Although we understand there has not been contact between either club and Burnley, the links will still come as a concern for Burnley fans, who lost Owen Coyle to rivals Bolton Wanderers during their last Premier League campaign of 2009/10.

The Clarets went on to suffer relegation after the mid-season managerial change.

But Akinbiyi, who was team-mates with Dyche at Bristol City in the 1998/99 season, believes that if Dyche stays at Turf Moor, Burnley will stay up.

“The club are going to have learned from what happened last time in the Premier League and Sean knows the types of players they need to strengthen the squad,” said the former Clarets striker.

“He knows the market and he knows the players that are out there, and he’s a manager that you want to play for.

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“You could see when he was playing that it was a route he would go down.

“He’s the sort of person that would always ask questions, always be taking on information so he could use it later on.”

Burnley were among the favourites for relegation at the start of last season, given their slim budget.

Dyche will again have to work within the club’s means this summer, but Akinbiyi does not see that as a problem for the former Watford boss.

“He has been used to working with limited funds and signed good players last season who got them promoted,” he said.

“He will need money to strengthen but he will spend it wisely.

“I’m not saying they need to splash out a lot of money, it’s just finding the right ones and I think Sean can do that. I think they will stay up with him.”

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10:00am Sat 7 Jun 14

steralc says...

Boring paper filler
Boring paper filler steralc
  • Score: -4

10:03am Sat 7 Jun 14

.Lancs _ Pensioner says...

Well I do hope so Mr Akinbiyi I've had another little wager that Burnley will stay up next season.
Last season I tipped Burnley for promotion with great success the proceeds was a 7 week break all inclusive to Agadir In Morocco in August.
So well done Mr Dyche and the boys.
Well I do hope so Mr Akinbiyi I've had another little wager that Burnley will stay up next season. Last season I tipped Burnley for promotion with great success the proceeds was a 7 week break all inclusive to Agadir In Morocco in August. So well done Mr Dyche and the boys. .Lancs _ Pensioner
  • Score: 21

12:18pm Sat 7 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -29

12:37pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -34

12:49pm Sat 7 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you. mjp 53
  • Score: 7

12:53pm Sat 7 Jun 14

kfc yummy says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Wot you talkng to yourself for fake.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Wot you talkng to yourself for fake. kfc yummy
  • Score: 15

12:55pm Sat 7 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Dyche must be frantic and beside himself with worry, maybe he can ring Howe and ask him about transfers, they could be like Batman and Robin. Howe points them out and Dyche takes the credit.
The longer this silence continues, the more it looks likely Dyche wants out.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Dyche must be frantic and beside himself with worry, maybe he can ring Howe and ask him about transfers, they could be like Batman and Robin. Howe points them out and Dyche takes the credit. The longer this silence continues, the more it looks likely Dyche wants out. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -35

1:09pm Sat 7 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Dyche must be frantic and beside himself with worry, maybe he can ring Howe and ask him about transfers, they could be like Batman and Robin. Howe points them out and Dyche takes the credit. The longer this silence continues, the more it looks likely Dyche wants out.
It must be quiet over in Bolliwood, Bowyer wants out, Rhodes off to Norwich, a bigger club than the chicken lovers could ever dream of being.
So we end up with Fake t*ts bubble pop and all her other schizophrenic psudonoms trawling other pages for somethig to do.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Dyche must be frantic and beside himself with worry, maybe he can ring Howe and ask him about transfers, they could be like Batman and Robin. Howe points them out and Dyche takes the credit. The longer this silence continues, the more it looks likely Dyche wants out.[/p][/quote]It must be quiet over in Bolliwood, Bowyer wants out, Rhodes off to Norwich, a bigger club than the chicken lovers could ever dream of being. So we end up with Fake t*ts bubble pop and all her other schizophrenic psudonoms trawling other pages for somethig to do. mjp 53
  • Score: 4

2:00pm Sat 7 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -33

2:07pm Sat 7 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview.
Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview. owd nick
  • Score: 0

2:11pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad.

You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad. You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 12

2:24pm Sat 7 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad.

You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.
Who is this Barry Folds dude, if he thinks like me i'd like to buy him a pint, we could chat about our glory days in division 4, the away support fitting on one coach, the camaraderie was so much better then, we could all share one bag of chips
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad. You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.[/p][/quote]Who is this Barry Folds dude, if he thinks like me i'd like to buy him a pint, we could chat about our glory days in division 4, the away support fitting on one coach, the camaraderie was so much better then, we could all share one bag of chips AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -29

2:30pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom's_Psychi

atrist
wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad.

You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.
Who is this Barry Folds dude, if he thinks like me i'd like to buy him a pint, we could chat about our glory days in division 4, the away support fitting on one coach, the camaraderie was so much better then, we could all share one bag of chips
BAZZA
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad. You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.[/p][/quote]Who is this Barry Folds dude, if he thinks like me i'd like to buy him a pint, we could chat about our glory days in division 4, the away support fitting on one coach, the camaraderie was so much better then, we could all share one bag of chips[/p][/quote]BAZZA TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 21

2:54pm Sat 7 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad.

You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.
Well spotted.

Now let's sit back and enjoy the squirming as he tries to wriggle his sorry ar5e off that particular hook.

Do you remember when 'he' was a woman with a white Fiat 500 and going on regular shopping trips to ACCRINGTON(!) with 'her' friends? That's what 'he' was regularly claiming under one of his last names. And now this!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Now, come on. You know very well that you weren't "born" in any conventional sense of the word. You are the invention of a psychotic mind. You are the figment of the corrupted imagination of poorly lad. You are given life by Barry Foulds of Wilpshire tapping on the keys of PC.[/p][/quote]Well spotted. Now let's sit back and enjoy the squirming as he tries to wriggle his sorry ar5e off that particular hook. Do you remember when 'he' was a woman with a white Fiat 500 and going on regular shopping trips to ACCRINGTON(!) with 'her' friends? That's what 'he' was regularly claiming under one of his last names. And now this! Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 29

2:58pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Yes, only football and supporting our beloved club can leave you feeling that when you finally see light at the end of the tunnel you know it can only be a train. What a nightmare.

Got to rush - off out on the Colne Park Run and feeling good so out to smash my PB. See you in the Rodders toilets later.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Yes, only football and supporting our beloved club can leave you feeling that when you finally see light at the end of the tunnel you know it can only be a train. What a nightmare. Got to rush - off out on the Colne Park Run and feeling good so out to smash my PB. See you in the Rodders toilets later. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -29

3:19pm Sat 7 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out
As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again.

Future turmoil beckons.
Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is.
Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special.
UTC
Yes, only football and supporting our beloved club can leave you feeling that when you finally see light at the end of the tunnel you know it can only be a train. What a nightmare.

Got to rush - off out on the Colne Park Run and feeling good so out to smash my PB. See you in the Rodders toilets later.
I believe that Bob H20 and Crispy regularly smash each others PB
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Hi Tom, I just realized that you and I are the only Burnley fans on here who don't look through Claret and blue tinted glasses. We just see it how it is. Since I was born in the sixties all I have seen since then is the Clarets falling from the top in steady decline, nearly spiraling out of the league completely. We have now manged to turn it round for a couple of years and are in the top flight again. The only thing that bothers me is, I am yet again going to witness the long drawn out train wreck that has been the last 40 years only to croak after witnessing failure after failure, relegation after relegation, but, that's the beauty of football I suppose and the stuff that makes this game of ours so special. UTC[/p][/quote]Yes, only football and supporting our beloved club can leave you feeling that when you finally see light at the end of the tunnel you know it can only be a train. What a nightmare. Got to rush - off out on the Colne Park Run and feeling good so out to smash my PB. See you in the Rodders toilets later.[/p][/quote]I believe that Bob H20 and Crispy regularly smash each others PB AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -32

3:34pm Sat 7 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.
That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%.

It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too.

Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives.
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.[/p][/quote]That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%. It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too. Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 28

3:54pm Sat 7 Jun 14

wicklow says...

owd nick wrote:
Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview.
Yep...all in exotic climes preparing for the PREMIER LEAGUE season...
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview.[/p][/quote]Yep...all in exotic climes preparing for the PREMIER LEAGUE season... wicklow
  • Score: 17

4:30pm Sat 7 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

owd nick wrote:
Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview.
What an enlightening comment. You must be bored out of your brains (and that’s a contradiction in terms) to make that comment. Fact is Premier League footballers keep themselves to themselves at this time of year.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Obviously couldn't find a footballer in Burnley to interview.[/p][/quote]What an enlightening comment. You must be bored out of your brains (and that’s a contradiction in terms) to make that comment. Fact is Premier League footballers keep themselves to themselves at this time of year. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 13

4:36pm Sat 7 Jun 14

tall in the saddle says...

The chicken pluckers can’t keep away from Burnley threads. Just shows their anxiety brewing to eruption point – even in the close season. What a shower they are. Can’t bear the thought of the better run, superior team, with no debt to speak of and soon to have a windfall climbing up the EPL having left poor old Rovers in their wake. Dyche will get them up there.
The chicken pluckers can’t keep away from Burnley threads. Just shows their anxiety brewing to eruption point – even in the close season. What a shower they are. Can’t bear the thought of the better run, superior team, with no debt to speak of and soon to have a windfall climbing up the EPL having left poor old Rovers in their wake. Dyche will get them up there. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 17

5:11pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.
That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%.

It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too.

Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives.
Well Crispy, I'm sorry but tough love is only what you give your running mate NobH2O.

Do you have a conspiracy theory where everyone who upsets you is the very same person? Think you might need some help.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.[/p][/quote]That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%. It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too. Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives.[/p][/quote]Well Crispy, I'm sorry but tough love is only what you give your running mate NobH2O. Do you have a conspiracy theory where everyone who upsets you is the very same person? Think you might need some help. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -23

6:43pm Sat 7 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

One of the key signals of autism is a singular obsession with an individual or object, a boy at school or say trains. I think what we can see above is one, possibly two quite young and severely autistic young men who are currently running multiple usernames. It's quite sad really.
One of the key signals of autism is a singular obsession with an individual or object, a boy at school or say trains. I think what we can see above is one, possibly two quite young and severely autistic young men who are currently running multiple usernames. It's quite sad really. Claretcert
  • Score: 20

7:31pm Sat 7 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack. jim 2012
  • Score: -20

7:32pm Sat 7 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting jim 2012
  • Score: -17

8:26pm Sat 7 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident. Claretcert
  • Score: 30

10:12pm Sat 7 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -24

10:48pm Sat 7 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

.Lancs _ Pensioner wrote:
Well I do hope so Mr Akinbiyi I've had another little wager that Burnley will stay up next season.
Last season I tipped Burnley for promotion with great success the proceeds was a 7 week break all inclusive to Agadir In Morocco in August.
So well done Mr Dyche and the boys.
Once a fake always a fake!!! Dychevis on his way and who can blame him, sh!te ground, sh!te supporters, sh!te Board.

Ings of to Everton.

Dyshe of to Southampton

Have a nice weekend Souper Clurite and all the rest of your names you use!!!! Tosser.
[quote][p][bold].Lancs _ Pensioner[/bold] wrote: Well I do hope so Mr Akinbiyi I've had another little wager that Burnley will stay up next season. Last season I tipped Burnley for promotion with great success the proceeds was a 7 week break all inclusive to Agadir In Morocco in August. So well done Mr Dyche and the boys.[/p][/quote]Once a fake always a fake!!! Dychevis on his way and who can blame him, sh!te ground, sh!te supporters, sh!te Board. Ings of to Everton. Dyshe of to Southampton Have a nice weekend Souper Clurite and all the rest of your names you use!!!! Tosser. Old age pensioner
  • Score: -21

12:00am Sun 8 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these. Claretcert
  • Score: 16

1:24pm Sun 8 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

steralc wrote:
Boring paper filler
just more of the same hot air.l wonder what makes his old team mate think that Dyche will achieve more success ? would he still have been of that opinion if he had not gained promotion ? l think not .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,COYB
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[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Boring paper filler[/p][/quote]just more of the same hot air.l wonder what makes his old team mate think that Dyche will achieve more success ? would he still have been of that opinion if he had not gained promotion ? l think not .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,COYB . noddy57
  • Score: -12

2:50pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn ley wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?
True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.
Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.
That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%.

It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too.

Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives.
Well Crispy, I'm sorry but tough love is only what you give your running mate NobH2O.

Do you have a conspiracy theory where everyone who upsets you is the very same person? Think you might need some help.
TurfMoorTom or Barry Foulds of Wilpshire, you really need to get out more.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Mr Akinbyi is a prime example of someone who could score in the championship but not in the Prem. Be warned, better off cashing in on Ings before we get found out As for Dyche, he can pick and choose if he wants out at the minute, he has a lot of soul searching to do. Does he stay with us and risk blemishing his career with relegation or, does he move on and leave us behind like Coyle did, what will be the outcome?[/p][/quote]True soul searching. Do you try and establish an unfashionable club with low support, poor ground, training facilities and general status or do you move to a stable, established Premier League club closer to your own home. I guess he also needs to factor in he will only be able to reap the sowings of Howe the one time so may elect to take his chance while he can. Interesting and worrying times. Again. Future turmoil beckons.[/p][/quote]Whats this a Bas**rds love in from 2 unintellectual imbeciles. Stick to your own clubs future because there is a storm brewing on the horizon over Bolliwood. We will do very well in the Premiership thankyou,shame youre not joining us, but then you can always look forward to division one in a years time. Now hurry along the white van with square wheels is outside waiting forthe pair of you.[/p][/quote]That's not TWO unintellectual imbeciles Mr. mjp 53. Count 'em again and you'll see you overestimated there by 100%. It's what he's reduced to now no-one will engage with him, replying to himself. ewoodlegend is another one that's him as well and sporadic names with the same linguistic DNA that crop up once or twice then disappear. They'll be him too. Tough love. It's the only way we'll drive him to seek the help he clearly needs. It's gone beyond pity or contempt now and is bringing shame on to the over-stretched mental health services in whatever sordid grief-hole (Wilpshire) it is that he lives.[/p][/quote]Well Crispy, I'm sorry but tough love is only what you give your running mate NobH2O. Do you have a conspiracy theory where everyone who upsets you is the very same person? Think you might need some help.[/p][/quote]TurfMoorTom or Barry Foulds of Wilpshire, you really need to get out more. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 10

3:56pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 18

5:51pm Sun 8 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

Barry!
Barry! TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 13

6:37pm Sun 8 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation.

Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too.[/p][/quote]Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation. Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -19

8:44pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation.

Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.
I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too.[/p][/quote]Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation. Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.[/p][/quote]I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring. Claretcert
  • Score: 15

9:10pm Sun 8 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

"Where's NobH2O."

Outside your room with your meds, shortstop
"Where's NobH2O." Outside your room with your meds, shortstop RobH2O
  • Score: 9

10:27pm Sun 8 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation.

Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.
I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.
The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too.[/p][/quote]Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation. Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.[/p][/quote]I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.[/p][/quote]The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -10

11:18pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation.

Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.
I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.
The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way.
Look I'm sure these young men of Blackburn like yourself are on a sunny day at least bearable, their mum's and dad's love them. They have a friend from primary school who stopped coming round but hey ho that's autism. They and you are not in any way well. You and they are a bit obsessed with things normal people ignore. But whatever, have a nice day. Every boring troll post just confirms the mental health needs of young men in Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too.[/p][/quote]Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation. Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.[/p][/quote]I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.[/p][/quote]The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way.[/p][/quote]Look I'm sure these young men of Blackburn like yourself are on a sunny day at least bearable, their mum's and dad's love them. They have a friend from primary school who stopped coming round but hey ho that's autism. They and you are not in any way well. You and they are a bit obsessed with things normal people ignore. But whatever, have a nice day. Every boring troll post just confirms the mental health needs of young men in Blackburn. Claretcert
  • Score: 14

8:05am Mon 9 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.
interesting
Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.
Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?
There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.
Very well put.

I hope he gets help, too.
Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation.

Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.
I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.
The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way.
Look I'm sure these young men of Blackburn like yourself are on a sunny day at least bearable, their mum's and dad's love them. They have a friend from primary school who stopped coming round but hey ho that's autism. They and you are not in any way well. You and they are a bit obsessed with things normal people ignore. But whatever, have a nice day. Every boring troll post just confirms the mental health needs of young men in Blackburn.
You've got him all ends up there mate. The fact old women like him have to be told what tedionauts they are is a sad but necessary act that must be taken.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: Newly-promoted Burnley have a fight on their hands to hang on to striker Danny Ings, . Newcastle manager Alan Pardew reportedly wants to sign three new forwards this summer and is eyeing up 21-year-old Ings after being rebuffed by Leeds in his enquiries about Ross McCormack.[/p][/quote]interesting[/p][/quote]Every hour of every day of every week between now and the new season we'll have rumour and non story, lazy journalism, half truth and nonsene. Given that most clubs don't do their trading from the back page of a regional paper maybe best to file under ignore for now. Unless that is you're a hysterical teeenager with learning difficulties - Tom and his multiple personalities take note. It's just a rumour but shhhhh... don't let that stand in the way of another trouser accident.[/p][/quote]Another multiple personality conspiracy theorist. What is it with you lot and why can you not get it in your heads that just maybe a few people recognize what a p!ss pot of a club yours is?[/p][/quote]There is no conspiracy except perhaps between the left and right side of the brains of the poor confused Burnley stalking sad and damaged minds above. Their rambling nonsense is evidence enough for some sort of help, I hope they find it. I was thinking, imagine if they were ever passed fit for D-Day, the sputum they'd become on the decks of the landing craft as all around them, strong sane men threw themselves into danger. Face it, these Blackburn trolls are embarassing beyond the club they claim to support. As a football fan I'm ashamed they're English. Brainless dross is not banter. No conspiracy, just read their halfwit comments. These are the English on their knees, wetting their pants, shaking - your fans my friend. Not mine. I don't know fools like these.[/p][/quote]Very well put. I hope he gets help, too.[/p][/quote]Well at least you seem to have got your head round the fact there's a number of people posting. You do know people just like us as the very same type infest the Rovers articles. Without those I'm sure no Rovers fan would have any interest in the inferior Scumley. Having said that it is going to be fun watching your fall after one paltry season of over achievement which achieved nothing but self congratulation. Where's NobH2O - has he fallen into one of his clever mental breakdowns, sorry I mean traps.[/p][/quote]I think you miss the point. I don't know people like you. If I did I'd probably be in mental health or youth offending. But I'm not so no -people like you to me and 99% of this paper's readers are sad irrelevant trolls. Wasters. Immature thick and as Dyche might say (if he gave a **** about your self absorbed ramblings) relentless in your autistic obsession with Burnley. I don't know you or people like you because unlike you I have a normal, regular maybe you could say average life. Sad rarely, happy mostly, but not -,repeat not -,like your obsessive little darkroom sadness. Burnley fans are not so different but you trolls are a stain on your club. Embarrassing. Pathetic. Sad. And let's be honest - boring.[/p][/quote]The problem for you my friend is there's some truth in everything I say. You may not like it but don't get carried away with yourself. You're wrong in 99% of your ascertains by the way.[/p][/quote]Look I'm sure these young men of Blackburn like yourself are on a sunny day at least bearable, their mum's and dad's love them. They have a friend from primary school who stopped coming round but hey ho that's autism. They and you are not in any way well. You and they are a bit obsessed with things normal people ignore. But whatever, have a nice day. Every boring troll post just confirms the mental health needs of young men in Blackburn.[/p][/quote]You've got him all ends up there mate. The fact old women like him have to be told what tedionauts they are is a sad but necessary act that must be taken. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 9

9:19am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

9:38am Mon 9 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfmoorTom. It's simple really. You have a bit of an obsession. If you could only be obsessed and interesting or witty or just appear normal in terms of football banter type discussions. But you're none of these. Multiple usernames can't hide the possibly quite sad and insipid life you no doubt lead. But why share it? What makes you think your views are useful? Everyone thinks you're a fool. Fans of the club you claim to support cringe at the drivel you post. It's all about you isn't it fool?
TurfmoorTom. It's simple really. You have a bit of an obsession. If you could only be obsessed and interesting or witty or just appear normal in terms of football banter type discussions. But you're none of these. Multiple usernames can't hide the possibly quite sad and insipid life you no doubt lead. But why share it? What makes you think your views are useful? Everyone thinks you're a fool. Fans of the club you claim to support cringe at the drivel you post. It's all about you isn't it fool? Claretcert
  • Score: 3

9:45am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: -3

10:20am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfmoorTom. It's simple really. You have a bit of an obsession. If you could only be obsessed and interesting or witty or just appear normal in terms of football banter type discussions. But you're none of these. Multiple usernames can't hide the possibly quite sad and insipid life you no doubt lead. But why share it? What makes you think your views are useful? Everyone thinks you're a fool. Fans of the club you claim to support cringe at the drivel you post. It's all about you isn't it fool?
But that's the thing - you make it all about me when I talk about nothing but the plight of your club.

Burnley FC CANNOT compete at the top level. Future turmoil beckons.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: TurfmoorTom. It's simple really. You have a bit of an obsession. If you could only be obsessed and interesting or witty or just appear normal in terms of football banter type discussions. But you're none of these. Multiple usernames can't hide the possibly quite sad and insipid life you no doubt lead. But why share it? What makes you think your views are useful? Everyone thinks you're a fool. Fans of the club you claim to support cringe at the drivel you post. It's all about you isn't it fool?[/p][/quote]But that's the thing - you make it all about me when I talk about nothing but the plight of your club. Burnley FC CANNOT compete at the top level. Future turmoil beckons. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -12

10:22am Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
Still lost me there, plus score of 30 - so what?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.[/p][/quote]Still lost me there, plus score of 30 - so what? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

10:24am Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
TurfMoorTom's_Psychi

atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
Still lost me there, plus score of 30 - so what?
Lost you? Come on, that's not difficult. You're always in six minds about everything, hence the ID crisis.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.[/p][/quote]Still lost me there, plus score of 30 - so what?[/p][/quote]Lost you? Come on, that's not difficult. You're always in six minds about everything, hence the ID crisis. RobH2O
  • Score: 8

3:28pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
Thanks for your contribution on Barry's details, TMTP, but when you go around biting the hand that feeds you, the phrase 'pride comes before a fall' will come home to roost and you won't be seeing many more thumbs ups at all.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.[/p][/quote]Thanks for your contribution on Barry's details, TMTP, but when you go around biting the hand that feeds you, the phrase 'pride comes before a fall' will come home to roost and you won't be seeing many more thumbs ups at all. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 6

3:57pm Mon 9 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
Well screw you too.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.[/p][/quote]Well screw you too. RobH2O
  • Score: 5

11:31pm Mon 9 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom's_Psychi

atrist
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done.

Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this:

At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.
His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.
Thanks for your contribution on Barry's details, TMTP, but when you go around biting the hand that feeds you, the phrase 'pride comes before a fall' will come home to roost and you won't be seeing many more thumbs ups at all.
Biting the hand that feeds you? Are you lot going around backslapping and mindlessly thumbing up each other. How sad. And now infighting and divisions in the camp. Even sadder. Then again, just wait for the turmoil to start possibly even before the beginning of the season.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: You've let yourself down there and I didn't think that was possible so well done. Try your best to show your lack of knowledge about autism etc though it really gets you nowhere. Similarly talk of trolls is meaningless - we all have our points of view and I talk about nothing other than your precious club (admittedly along with NobH2O's failing athletics career and his cunning 'traps'). The facts are this: At best you might stay up next season though only if Dyche is a good manager at the top level. If he proves himself, then he'll be gone by the end of the season in any case and you will come down the following. If he isn't then you'll be down this coming season. In both cases you will have a decimated, fruit picked and otherwise dejected squad. The money you salivate over will go nowhere, all recently relegated Premier League clubs (even those established) have shown this. You will not be able to build the infrastructure necessary to become an established Premier League club. You've achieved nothing but turmoil. Enjoy it.[/p][/quote]His trap seemed cunning to me. But then I'm biased because I know your pathology. Cunning or not, you fell in. Plus score ran at 30 I seem to recall. What NobH2o trot-monkey and anal alley member Crispy have never taken on board is how great a fu**in' tw2at-face you are. You are an absolute no-hoper.[/p][/quote]Thanks for your contribution on Barry's details, TMTP, but when you go around biting the hand that feeds you, the phrase 'pride comes before a fall' will come home to roost and you won't be seeing many more thumbs ups at all.[/p][/quote]Biting the hand that feeds you? Are you lot going around backslapping and mindlessly thumbing up each other. How sad. And now infighting and divisions in the camp. Even sadder. Then again, just wait for the turmoil to start possibly even before the beginning of the season. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 0

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