Dyche full of praise for Austin

First published in Sport

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche paid tribute to Charlie Austin, after the striker beat Andy Loch-head’s long-standing record to become the quickest Claret to 20 goals.

Austin’s 83rd minute winner against Leeds United – a header from Kieran Trippier’s right wing cross – took his tally to 20 goals from only 17 games.

His remarkable run includes at least one goal in each of the last six home games – surpassing John Francis’ run of five from 1991.

And new manager Dyche believes there could be no end to his scoring feats this season.

“There are no boundaries for people. I do’'t give the team boundaries,” he said.

“It’s a marvellous return. Why can’t he go on and get more?

“I was with Clive Allen at a golf day recently, and he got over 40.

“The targets are open-ended. I’m a big believer in what we can do.”

And Dyche was delighted to record back-to-back wins after taking charge of the team last week.

“We created some good chances. We had good pockets of play and arguably enough to nick one,” he said.

“But Leeds are a good side and there was 20 minutes in the second half where they played some clever football to press us back.

“It’s very difficult in Championship football to dominate the whole match, so I was delighted with the way we played for 20 minutes.

“The goal was absolutely top drawer, and the build-up to the goal was top drawer.”

Austin’s next target is to break the club record of most goals scored from the start of a season to the end of a calendar year.

That particular record was set by Jimmy Robson in 1960-61 when he reached 26, rounding it off in style with two goals on New Year’s Eve in a 5-3 win against Newcastle at Turf Moor.

And you wouldn’t bet against Austin at the moment.

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11:27am Wed 7 Nov 12

no ney never says...

Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



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Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. . no ney never
  • Score: 5

11:53am Wed 7 Nov 12

burnleyfc1976 says...

Well said no nay never , if we can keep him in Jan that is with our board !
Well said no nay never , if we can keep him in Jan that is with our board ! burnleyfc1976
  • Score: 3

12:10pm Wed 7 Nov 12

midas says...

Did Robson take penalties?
Did Robson take penalties? midas
  • Score: 0

12:50pm Wed 7 Nov 12

no ney never says...

Our board have proved smart enough to engage Sean, Ian and Tony. I think they are equally smart enough to consider that they will achieve the same, if not more value, from any potential transfer at the end of the season than in jan. The value of Charlie's finishing to our chances of promotional success far out weigh taking the money early in my opinion. Achieving promotion means we would need to keep our goal machine and would also be in a position to offer appropriate terms. Not even for 10m cash up front would i sell him in jan, no nay never!

Smarties...I prefer the Claret ones...the blues give me the shts.
Our board have proved smart enough to engage Sean, Ian and Tony. I think they are equally smart enough to consider that they will achieve the same, if not more value, from any potential transfer at the end of the season than in jan. The value of Charlie's finishing to our chances of promotional success far out weigh taking the money early in my opinion. Achieving promotion means we would need to keep our goal machine and would also be in a position to offer appropriate terms. Not even for 10m cash up front would i sell him in jan, no nay never! Smarties...I prefer the Claret ones...the blues give me the shts. no ney never
  • Score: 2

1:47pm Wed 7 Nov 12

FCBurnley says...

Robson did not usually take penalties. Jimmy Mac was penalty taker. As for Austin, why would any club even consider selling an increasing asset. It is rare that you unearth a diamond like Austin and anybody with half a brain would build a team round him and try to win promotion. Dyche seems pretty smart to me and hopefully would have the cajones to say `If Austin goes so do I ` In fairness to the board it is only jealous Rovers fans who are talking about Austin leaving in January. Would I do a swap for Rhodes and 5 million.............
..not a chance.
Robson did not usually take penalties. Jimmy Mac was penalty taker. As for Austin, why would any club even consider selling an increasing asset. It is rare that you unearth a diamond like Austin and anybody with half a brain would build a team round him and try to win promotion. Dyche seems pretty smart to me and hopefully would have the cajones to say `If Austin goes so do I ` In fairness to the board it is only jealous Rovers fans who are talking about Austin leaving in January. Would I do a swap for Rhodes and 5 million............. ..not a chance. FCBurnley
  • Score: 1

2:46pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

If J Rod went for 7 million Austin has to be worth near the 10 million mark. As much as Burnley fans don't want to see him go the club would have to seriously consider an offer in that region.
If J Rod went for 7 million Austin has to be worth near the 10 million mark. As much as Burnley fans don't want to see him go the club would have to seriously consider an offer in that region. Mike Oxsore
  • Score: 1

3:19pm Wed 7 Nov 12

midas says...

Connor Whickham - £12m, Ox-Chamb £15m, Andy Carroll £35m!!!
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If a Jan panic buy bid of £15m came in from a Premiership team offering him £30k+ wages per week, he is going!!! whether we like it or not.
Connor Whickham - £12m, Ox-Chamb £15m, Andy Carroll £35m!!! . If a Jan panic buy bid of £15m came in from a Premiership team offering him £30k+ wages per week, he is going!!! whether we like it or not. midas
  • Score: 1

3:58pm Wed 7 Nov 12

FCBurnley says...

I wonder if J Rod is happy playing in a struggling team or if he wishes he had spent another year or two developing his game further before moving on ? Next season he could very well be back in The Championship !!!!

Any January bid for Austin would have to be crazy money . For 10 mill why sell. His value will be far more in 1 or 2 seasons.
I wonder if J Rod is happy playing in a struggling team or if he wishes he had spent another year or two developing his game further before moving on ? Next season he could very well be back in The Championship !!!! Any January bid for Austin would have to be crazy money . For 10 mill why sell. His value will be far more in 1 or 2 seasons. FCBurnley
  • Score: 2

4:05pm Wed 7 Nov 12

midas says...

I think it would be more of a case of him wanting to leave rather than us wanting to sell
I think it would be more of a case of him wanting to leave rather than us wanting to sell midas
  • Score: 0

4:31pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Brunzig says...

no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



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Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor!

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!!
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor! FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!! Brunzig
  • Score: 0

5:43pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Deadwoodchamps says...

It would appear that some of my comments, when posted on the rovers' match reports, are upsetting some 'fans'. I use the term 'fans', loosely because unfortunately I cannot use expletives! However I shall continue to comment in my normal entertaining way, as nothing I HAVE written has been deemed as racist, sexist, or likely to break the law by means of posting comments which are offensive (it is a game of football nothing more & is not life changing) other than telling them the truth which is - they are a terrible team & club (truth hurts). Rovers fans need to get a grip on reality and remember there are more important things in life, like Family. It would also appear that some rovers 'fans' continue to post comments in reference to Burnley fans, sleeping with their Mother or Sister, being inbreds & or being illiterate, which the LET seem to think is okay (double standards). Any Clarets fans who agree with my comments can happily post their comments as & when they please (LET permitting of course) on the rovers blog, when they lose, which hopefully should be every week (well one can dream can't they?).
It would appear that some of my comments, when posted on the rovers' match reports, are upsetting some 'fans'. I use the term 'fans', loosely because unfortunately I cannot use expletives! However I shall continue to comment in my normal entertaining way, as nothing I HAVE written has been deemed as racist, sexist, or likely to break the law by means of posting comments which are offensive (it is a game of football nothing more & is not life changing) other than telling them the truth which is - they are a terrible team & club (truth hurts). Rovers fans need to get a grip on reality and remember there are more important things in life, like Family. It would also appear that some rovers 'fans' continue to post comments in reference to Burnley fans, sleeping with their Mother or Sister, being inbreds & or being illiterate, which the LET seem to think is okay (double standards). Any Clarets fans who agree with my comments can happily post their comments as & when they please (LET permitting of course) on the rovers blog, when they lose, which hopefully should be every week (well one can dream can't they?). Deadwoodchamps
  • Score: 1

5:53pm Wed 7 Nov 12

McClaret says...

Brilliant achievement and great to see. Keep going Charlie and ignore all the talk.
Brilliant achievement and great to see. Keep going Charlie and ignore all the talk. McClaret
  • Score: 1

6:41pm Wed 7 Nov 12

bobinspain says...

Whilst not having had the opportunity to watch Charlie Austin play, (having been retired here for 12 years now), he must be quite something to be considered the equal of Andy Lochhead . Good on him and let's hope we can keep him awhile.
I remember watching Andy Lochhead play on the Turf in the early 60s. He looked a lot bigger than his 6ft because of his intimidating presence on the pitch. He was a real Jekyll and Hyde character, in that provided his marker behaved himself, all would be well. However, woe-betide the evil doer !
I don't recall seeing A.L. react instinctively to provocation, (unlike current players). He was a master of calculated, malevolent retribution. If liberties were taken or attempted, it could be an hour later, when a seemingly innocent challenge for a 50:50 ball would result in Andy's adversary writhing in pain on the ground, the victim of a deft and almost unseen tap to the goolies with a size-9.
It was always a source of merriment to spot when Andy had 'marked somebody's card.' We'd be fired with anticipation, waiting to witness the inevitable. He never let us down. Not thuggish, just clinical.
Abiding memories!
Whilst not having had the opportunity to watch Charlie Austin play, (having been retired here for 12 years now), he must be quite something to be considered the equal of Andy Lochhead . Good on him and let's hope we can keep him awhile. I remember watching Andy Lochhead play on the Turf in the early 60s. He looked a lot bigger than his 6ft because of his intimidating presence on the pitch. He was a real Jekyll and Hyde character, in that provided his marker behaved himself, all would be well. However, woe-betide the evil doer ! I don't recall seeing A.L. react instinctively to provocation, (unlike current players). He was a master of calculated, malevolent retribution. If liberties were taken or attempted, it could be an hour later, when a seemingly innocent challenge for a 50:50 ball would result in Andy's adversary writhing in pain on the ground, the victim of a deft and almost unseen tap to the goolies with a size-9. It was always a source of merriment to spot when Andy had 'marked somebody's card.' We'd be fired with anticipation, waiting to witness the inevitable. He never let us down. Not thuggish, just clinical. Abiding memories! bobinspain
  • Score: 1

8:00pm Wed 7 Nov 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
It would appear that some of my comments, when posted on the rovers' match reports, are upsetting some 'fans'. I use the term 'fans', loosely because unfortunately I cannot use expletives! However I shall continue to comment in my normal entertaining way, as nothing I HAVE written has been deemed as racist, sexist, or likely to break the law by means of posting comments which are offensive (it is a game of football nothing more & is not life changing) other than telling them the truth which is - they are a terrible team & club (truth hurts). Rovers fans need to get a grip on reality and remember there are more important things in life, like Family. It would also appear that some rovers 'fans' continue to post comments in reference to Burnley fans, sleeping with their Mother or Sister, being inbreds & or being illiterate, which the LET seem to think is okay (double standards). Any Clarets fans who agree with my comments can happily post their comments as & when they please (LET permitting of course) on the rovers blog, when they lose, which hopefully should be every week (well one can dream can't they?).
Hi mate, I've had the same talking to from the LET headmaster!!

like clive dunne (RIP) would've said as corporal jones-

THEY DONT LIKE IT UP 'EM!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: It would appear that some of my comments, when posted on the rovers' match reports, are upsetting some 'fans'. I use the term 'fans', loosely because unfortunately I cannot use expletives! However I shall continue to comment in my normal entertaining way, as nothing I HAVE written has been deemed as racist, sexist, or likely to break the law by means of posting comments which are offensive (it is a game of football nothing more & is not life changing) other than telling them the truth which is - they are a terrible team & club (truth hurts). Rovers fans need to get a grip on reality and remember there are more important things in life, like Family. It would also appear that some rovers 'fans' continue to post comments in reference to Burnley fans, sleeping with their Mother or Sister, being inbreds & or being illiterate, which the LET seem to think is okay (double standards). Any Clarets fans who agree with my comments can happily post their comments as & when they please (LET permitting of course) on the rovers blog, when they lose, which hopefully should be every week (well one can dream can't they?).[/p][/quote]Hi mate, I've had the same talking to from the LET headmaster!! like clive dunne (RIP) would've said as corporal jones- THEY DONT LIKE IT UP 'EM!!!!! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 1

8:23pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



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'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882'

'a support crowd of thousands'

Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882' 'a support crowd of thousands' Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach. Rovers75
  • Score: -2

8:58pm Wed 7 Nov 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Rovers75 wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



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'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882'

'a support crowd of thousands'

Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.
BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882' 'a support crowd of thousands' Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.[/p][/quote]BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995 burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 1

9:36pm Wed 7 Nov 12

we r longside burnley says...

my account got cancelled because of that rishton ****
my account got cancelled because of that rishton **** we r longside burnley
  • Score: 0

9:56pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



.
'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882'

'a support crowd of thousands'

Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.
BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995
oooooh soooooooo bitter..... try harder glentoran you slobbering mess
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882' 'a support crowd of thousands' Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.[/p][/quote]BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]oooooh soooooooo bitter..... try harder glentoran you slobbering mess Rovers75
  • Score: 0

10:26pm Wed 7 Nov 12

kingy999 says...

Brunzig wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



.
Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor!

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!!
Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood.
[quote][p][bold]Brunzig[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor! FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!![/p][/quote]Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood. kingy999
  • Score: 0

11:09pm Wed 7 Nov 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Rovers75 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



.
'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882'

'a support crowd of thousands'

Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.
BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995
oooooh soooooooo bitter..... try harder glentoran you slobbering mess
Not really mate!

Just pointing out that it looks like all your plastics have been rooting at the back of the wardrobe for their old Man U tops!

ICE BERGS PUNE AND WHITE ARMY

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[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]'Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882' 'a support crowd of thousands' Thank you very much for making me laugh from the pit of my stomach.[/p][/quote]BRKFC - THE PLASTIC FANS NATURAL CHOICE. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]oooooh soooooooo bitter..... try harder glentoran you slobbering mess[/p][/quote]Not really mate! Just pointing out that it looks like all your plastics have been rooting at the back of the wardrobe for their old Man U tops! ICE BERGS PUNE AND WHITE ARMY G O O O O O I N G D O O O O O W N burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 0

8:43am Thu 8 Nov 12

Lord S says...

Lord S :Reference "Fatherless Chicken_Berger morans" dont worry about them they have enough issues relating to the value of the Choirboy they bought and having to pay the balance when they go down the pan. Enjoy Charlie whilst we can and hope that the Board give him a contract that allows him to stay until best deal for both parties evolves, if he stays in Jan we will be playoff contenders no problem...
Lord S :Reference "Fatherless Chicken_Berger morans" dont worry about them they have enough issues relating to the value of the Choirboy they bought and having to pay the balance when they go down the pan. Enjoy Charlie whilst we can and hope that the Board give him a contract that allows him to stay until best deal for both parties evolves, if he stays in Jan we will be playoff contenders no problem... Lord S
  • Score: 0

9:27am Thu 8 Nov 12

Brunzig says...

kingy999 wrote:
Brunzig wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



.
Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor!

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!!
Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood.
Where do you get jealous from??? Uncle Jack bought a title.....so what your saying is a club that spends money (when they have it) buys titles? Does that mean Utd, Arsenal, City buy titles? NO they do it with playing good football and being well managed.

Just like Blackburn in 95! Get a grip you stupid dingle!
[quote][p][bold]kingy999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunzig[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor! FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!![/p][/quote]Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood.[/p][/quote]Where do you get jealous from??? Uncle Jack bought a title.....so what your saying is a club that spends money (when they have it) buys titles? Does that mean Utd, Arsenal, City buy titles? NO they do it with playing good football and being well managed. Just like Blackburn in 95! Get a grip you stupid dingle! Brunzig
  • Score: 2

9:52am Thu 8 Nov 12

Kermit The Frog says...

Brunzig wrote:
kingy999 wrote:
Brunzig wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that.
Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer!
Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may.

Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882.



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Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor!

FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!!
Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood.
Where do you get jealous from??? Uncle Jack bought a title.....so what your saying is a club that spends money (when they have it) buys titles? Does that mean Utd, Arsenal, City buy titles? NO they do it with playing good football and being well managed.

Just like Blackburn in 95! Get a grip you stupid dingle!
The difference is you stupid braindead Blackburn gimp, that back in the early 90's Senile Jack Walker and his plaything Blackburn Rovers set a precedent of paying massive wages to entice players - I mean why would Alan Shearer choose Blackburn over Man Utd? The area or the money?

This money-splashing precedent has now resulted in the spiralling wages and massive gulf between the rich and poor in football.

Glad you are finally reaping the seeds that you sowed
[quote][p][bold]Brunzig[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kingy999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunzig[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Team is good enough to help Charlie further his goals scored tally. Three massive positives; Charlie's striking prowess, the teams ability to create goal chances, our defensive play is very much improved and the team as a whole take credit for that. Its as though we have our own Charlie with a golden ticket to the prem, like in that film...Charlie and the Claret factory...where a river of Claret ran through the place and the lad chewed one of those sweets..an everlasting goal scorer! Its a classic in the making, directed by Sean Dyche, a support crowd of thousands and will be premier'd in may. Burnley FC...producing great football since 1882. .[/p][/quote]Where have you been? Clearly dont get down to turd moor! FOREVER IN OUR SHADOWS!!![/p][/quote]Why do jealous rovers "fans" come on the bfc sport pages making stupid comments, yes we have been in their shadow for the past few years since uncle jack bought them a little bit of sucess, but the worm is turning and we are doing it with hard work and good people, BFC are on the up and rovers are the laughing stock of football, and I think they just cant it down at ewood.[/p][/quote]Where do you get jealous from??? Uncle Jack bought a title.....so what your saying is a club that spends money (when they have it) buys titles? Does that mean Utd, Arsenal, City buy titles? NO they do it with playing good football and being well managed. Just like Blackburn in 95! Get a grip you stupid dingle![/p][/quote]The difference is you stupid braindead Blackburn gimp, that back in the early 90's Senile Jack Walker and his plaything Blackburn Rovers set a precedent of paying massive wages to entice players - I mean why would Alan Shearer choose Blackburn over Man Utd? The area or the money? This money-splashing precedent has now resulted in the spiralling wages and massive gulf between the rich and poor in football. Glad you are finally reaping the seeds that you sowed Kermit The Frog
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2:13pm Thu 8 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Lord S wrote:
Lord S :Reference "Fatherless Chicken_Berger morans" dont worry about them they have enough issues relating to the value of the Choirboy they bought and having to pay the balance when they go down the pan. Enjoy Charlie whilst we can and hope that the Board give him a contract that allows him to stay until best deal for both parties evolves, if he stays in Jan we will be playoff contenders no problem...
AND PIGS MIGHT FLY.
[quote][p][bold]Lord S[/bold] wrote: Lord S :Reference "Fatherless Chicken_Berger morans" dont worry about them they have enough issues relating to the value of the Choirboy they bought and having to pay the balance when they go down the pan. Enjoy Charlie whilst we can and hope that the Board give him a contract that allows him to stay until best deal for both parties evolves, if he stays in Jan we will be playoff contenders no problem...[/p][/quote]AND PIGS MIGHT FLY. Harwoodstblue
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3:26pm Thu 8 Nov 12

Lord S says...

Ref Harwood Blue... one thing for sure the chickens that are coming home to roost at the Battery Farm will leave plenty of evidence ..commonly known as s--it
Ref Harwood Blue... one thing for sure the chickens that are coming home to roost at the Battery Farm will leave plenty of evidence ..commonly known as s--it Lord S
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