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FULL TIME: Blackburn Rovers 1 Birmingham City 1

HENNING Berg is still waiting for his first win at Blackburn Rovers manager after a lack of killer instinct saw them draw 1-1 with Birmingham City this afternoon.

Berg's men controlled proceedings for much of the afternoon but were let down continuously by the final ball.

Ruben Rochina gave Rovers the lead from the penalty spot on 12 minutes after Mauro Formica had been brought down by David Murphy.

It was the least the hosts deserved from a bright start, with Markus Olsson, Jordan Rhodes and Rochina also going close.

The visitors were level against the run of play just five minutes later as a moment of defensive hesitance allowed Marlon King to sneak in and level from close range.

Chris Burke was allowed too much space to cross from the right, Scott Dann should have dealt better with the ball that hit him, and King was on hand after Nikola Zigic's had bobbled against the post.

Rovers should have been ahead at the break though, with an improved Murphy firing just over and Markus Olsson dragging wide from close range.

Rhodes saw a looping header cleared off the line by Paul Robinson early in the second half before Formica's clever chip was clawed away by Butland on 71.

Paul Robinson had to be alert to tip Hayden Mullins' strike from distance over the bar with 10 minutes left, while Rovers substitute Fabio Nunes fired inches over after a driving run.

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5:02pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Ryanb74 says...

LOL Burnley!
LOL Burnley! Ryanb74
  • Score: 3

5:02pm Sat 10 Nov 12

stefjam says...

not too bad a performance, but poor shooting and pathetically playing with one striker for a full match at home to a team 18 in league!
not too bad a performance, but poor shooting and pathetically playing with one striker for a full match at home to a team 18 in league! stefjam
  • Score: 13

5:10pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
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Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns. smellthecoffee
  • Score: -61

5:13pm Sat 10 Nov 12

stefjam says...

junio, slew, goodwillie - one of these 1st team squad players should have been on the bench & then brought in the 2nd half to support Rhodes
junio, slew, goodwillie - one of these 1st team squad players should have been on the bench & then brought in the 2nd half to support Rhodes stefjam
  • Score: -2

5:18pm Sat 10 Nov 12

bluerob says...

make no mistake this was a good Birmingham side, but this was the best performance I have seen from the Rovers for a very very long time.

Good shape and passing, with some flair and pace.

Henning has a big job on his hands , think if he had been appointed 2 or 3 weeks ago we would now be picking up more points. however very very encouraging.
make no mistake this was a good Birmingham side, but this was the best performance I have seen from the Rovers for a very very long time. Good shape and passing, with some flair and pace. Henning has a big job on his hands , think if he had been appointed 2 or 3 weeks ago we would now be picking up more points. however very very encouraging. bluerob
  • Score: 55

5:19pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Sturdy_Rover says...

We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling.
We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling. Sturdy_Rover
  • Score: 0

5:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Sturdy_Rover says...

We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling.
We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling. Sturdy_Rover
  • Score: 0

5:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Sturdy_Rover says...

We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling.
We know Berg will take time to adjust his managerial talents to that of Rovers but we need to be moving up the log as quickly as possible and I would have fancied this game as a perfect opportunity to get the ball rolling. Sturdy_Rover
  • Score: 0

5:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

real_rover says...

Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help
Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help real_rover
  • Score: 27

5:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

PersianRover says...

Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time. PersianRover
  • Score: 35

5:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

....see what I mean.
....see what I mean. smellthecoffee
  • Score: -33

5:21pm Sat 10 Nov 12

passingfootball says...

feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.
feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics. passingfootball
  • Score: 4

5:22pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

More draws than Ikea. I'm surprised it wasnt ROLLson that went down for the penalty.
Never the less, 2 points out of nine for Berg, cracking start and with this form you'll be back in the premiership in no time. The rest of the championship are shaking like sh1tting dogs !!!
More draws than Ikea. I'm surprised it wasnt ROLLson that went down for the penalty. Never the less, 2 points out of nine for Berg, cracking start and with this form you'll be back in the premiership in no time. The rest of the championship are shaking like sh1tting dogs !!! Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -33

5:22pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends".... smellthecoffee
  • Score: -26

5:24pm Sat 10 Nov 12

burner says...

Same old . . . . keep a CLEAN SHEET !! ( convert all those draws into wins )
Same old . . . . keep a CLEAN SHEET !! ( convert all those draws into wins ) burner
  • Score: 3

5:25pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

passingfootball wrote:
feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.
Feels like a loss.

Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.
[quote][p][bold]passingfootball[/bold] wrote: feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.[/p][/quote]Feels like a loss. Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May. Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -17

5:25pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

real_rover wrote:
Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help
Oh wow I get it...you must be a REAL Rovers supporter because that is your name!! Genius!
[quote][p][bold]real_rover[/bold] wrote: Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help[/p][/quote]Oh wow I get it...you must be a REAL Rovers supporter because that is your name!! Genius! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -22

5:25pm Sat 10 Nov 12

bluerob says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ? bluerob
  • Score: 17

5:29pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup". smellthecoffee
  • Score: -2

5:31pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!!
[quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ?[/p][/quote]You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -17

5:32pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm. A Darener
  • Score: 28

5:33pm Sat 10 Nov 12

sean_brfc says...

Rovers were excellent today, just lacked that killer ball. Markus Olsson played quite well but when Nunes came on he showed him how you put in a dangerous cross, which bodes well for the future. Improved supply to Rhodes and we'll soon be picking up the points.
Rovers were excellent today, just lacked that killer ball. Markus Olsson played quite well but when Nunes came on he showed him how you put in a dangerous cross, which bodes well for the future. Improved supply to Rhodes and we'll soon be picking up the points. sean_brfc
  • Score: 20

5:37pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal. smellthecoffee
  • Score: -24

5:37pm Sat 10 Nov 12

stefjam says...

A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
yes he brought on 3 midfielders at 1-1 at home to 18th in league!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]yes he brought on 3 midfielders at 1-1 at home to 18th in league! stefjam
  • Score: -7

5:37pm Sat 10 Nov 12

jag kalsi says...

real_rover wrote:
Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help
i fully agree with this cmment, but I think you are being kind to him.
[quote][p][bold]real_rover[/bold] wrote: Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help[/p][/quote]i fully agree with this cmment, but I think you are being kind to him. jag kalsi
  • Score: 15

5:38pm Sat 10 Nov 12

morleyclaret says...

Fans are returning with the appointment of Henning Berg!
Did you see the attendance given on Sky Sports text - 149,191 !!
Berg has obviously made a big, big, difference
Fans are returning with the appointment of Henning Berg! Did you see the attendance given on Sky Sports text - 149,191 !! Berg has obviously made a big, big, difference morleyclaret
  • Score: 0

5:41pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

jag kalsi wrote:
real_rover wrote: Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help
i fully agree with this cmment, but I think you are being kind to him.
Oh wow is that another new account...? You have been busy...I'm sure Jack would be really pleased with what you're doing to his beloved football club!!
[quote][p][bold]jag kalsi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]real_rover[/bold] wrote: Smell the coffee ur a bell end mate get help[/p][/quote]i fully agree with this cmment, but I think you are being kind to him.[/p][/quote]Oh wow is that another new account...? You have been busy...I'm sure Jack would be really pleased with what you're doing to his beloved football club!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -15

5:44pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team. A Darener
  • Score: 28

5:47pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

stefjam wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
yes he brought on 3 midfielders at 1-1 at home to 18th in league!
That was because the midfield had run themselves into the ground. The subs that came on contributed greatly to the overall performance Nunes ran Birmingham ragged.
[quote][p][bold]stefjam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]yes he brought on 3 midfielders at 1-1 at home to 18th in league![/p][/quote]That was because the midfield had run themselves into the ground. The subs that came on contributed greatly to the overall performance Nunes ran Birmingham ragged. A Darener
  • Score: 20

5:48pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!!
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ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -26

5:49pm Sat 10 Nov 12

givet82 says...

A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding givet82
  • Score: 15

5:53pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Smell the.... I don't care who believes me! Those that were there ( not you) know exactly what went on. Those that watch on tv will see the effort put in and if things continue in this vein then the crowds will return.
If they don't then that is their loss. At least I am enjoying watching the Rovers again. So I suggest you either go to the games or crawl back under whichever stone you came from under.
Smell the.... I don't care who believes me! Those that were there ( not you) know exactly what went on. Those that watch on tv will see the effort put in and if things continue in this vein then the crowds will return. If they don't then that is their loss. At least I am enjoying watching the Rovers again. So I suggest you either go to the games or crawl back under whichever stone you came from under. A Darener
  • Score: 12

5:54pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
[quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best.... smellthecoffee
  • Score: -14

5:57pm Sat 10 Nov 12

bluerob says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!!
I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw.

But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable.

For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come.

The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ?[/p][/quote]You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!![/p][/quote]I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw. But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable. For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come. The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season. bluerob
  • Score: 16

5:59pm Sat 10 Nov 12

real_rover says...

Im more of a supporter than u will ever be **** dingle im suprised u can smell anything other than the **** u constantly spout.
Im more of a supporter than u will ever be **** dingle im suprised u can smell anything other than the **** u constantly spout. real_rover
  • Score: 10

6:00pm Sat 10 Nov 12

stefjam says...

Gomes was on the bench, 7 starts 3 sub appearances 4 goals!
Gomes was on the bench, 7 starts 3 sub appearances 4 goals! stefjam
  • Score: 4

6:01pm Sat 10 Nov 12

GameRoverMan says...

When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours!
When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours! GameRoverMan
  • Score: 6

6:01pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!!
I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw. But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable. For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come. The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season.
GETTING THE EXCUSES OUT EARLY FOR NOT GETTING PROMOTED??
.
DO YOU HONESTLY THINK PEOPLE ARE FOOLISH ENOUGH TO BELIEVE THE RUBBISH YOU PEDDLE ON HERE.??? I JUST HOPE AND PRAY THIS 'CONSORTIUM' IS PUT TO A STOP BEFORE THE CLUB IS DAMAGED IRREPARABLY!!
[quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ?[/p][/quote]You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!![/p][/quote]I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw. But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable. For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come. The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season.[/p][/quote]GETTING THE EXCUSES OUT EARLY FOR NOT GETTING PROMOTED?? . DO YOU HONESTLY THINK PEOPLE ARE FOOLISH ENOUGH TO BELIEVE THE RUBBISH YOU PEDDLE ON HERE.??? I JUST HOPE AND PRAY THIS 'CONSORTIUM' IS PUT TO A STOP BEFORE THE CLUB IS DAMAGED IRREPARABLY!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -14

6:03pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

GameRoverMan wrote:
When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours!
I think you'll find it was one of your accounts that threatened me first. What was it? I deserved a "hiding". I merely suggested I might pop into your favourite drinking hole to see if you wanted to try??
[quote][p][bold]GameRoverMan[/bold] wrote: When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours![/p][/quote]I think you'll find it was one of your accounts that threatened me first. What was it? I deserved a "hiding". I merely suggested I might pop into your favourite drinking hole to see if you wanted to try?? smellthecoffee
  • Score: -12

6:03pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!!
I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw.

But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable.

For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come.

The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season.
It has to be remembered that Kean would still be here according to Desai. He walked, she didn't want him to go.

That said, much better today but we should be winning against teams like Birmingham at home. Two more points dropped. We need to be winning these games.
[quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ?[/p][/quote]You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!![/p][/quote]I was one of the boycotters at the start of the season and didn't return until the numpty had gone, last season I felt so low and flat I couldn't even applaud the odd bit of football I saw. But I am impressed with Berg, listening to him speak and the difference in the team in 7 days is remarkable. For the first time since Sam left I really enjoyed the game today, the results will come. The big negative is that it took the owners so long to make a change and make an appointment, the delay could cost us come the end of the season.[/p][/quote]It has to be remembered that Kean would still be here according to Desai. He walked, she didn't want him to go. That said, much better today but we should be winning against teams like Birmingham at home. Two more points dropped. We need to be winning these games. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 8

6:05pm Sat 10 Nov 12

ronnie clayton says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING
THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE .
WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN .
JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".[/p][/quote]SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ? ronnie clayton
  • Score: 5

6:07pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

glp wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
passingfootball wrote:
feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.
Feels like a loss.

Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.
Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!!
Well done son, you can read, good for you!
[quote][p][bold]glp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]passingfootball[/bold] wrote: feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.[/p][/quote]Feels like a loss. Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.[/p][/quote]Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!![/p][/quote]Well done son, you can read, good for you! Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -6

6:11pm Sat 10 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!!
.
ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS!
shut up smelly you idiotic dingle.

That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see.

My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative.

The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team.

RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it!
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS![/p][/quote]shut up smelly you idiotic dingle. That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see. My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative. The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team. RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it! blueblooded
  • Score: 9

6:11pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Interesting to note that of all the teams seeking a new manager in the last few weeks none of the Kean supporters seemed to suggest he apply. If he was as good a manager as SIr Alex, David Moyes etc suggested when the fans were haranguing him then surely they would have recommended him for all the vacant positions. Or even asked him to join them as their first team coach. But no he has vanished into obscurity, hopefully never to be seen or heard of again. Unless it is to go and manage Mrs D's teams in Pune.
Interesting to note that of all the teams seeking a new manager in the last few weeks none of the Kean supporters seemed to suggest he apply. If he was as good a manager as SIr Alex, David Moyes etc suggested when the fans were haranguing him then surely they would have recommended him for all the vacant positions. Or even asked him to join them as their first team coach. But no he has vanished into obscurity, hopefully never to be seen or heard of again. Unless it is to go and manage Mrs D's teams in Pune. A Darener
  • Score: 12

6:11pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Dukes says...

good to see rovers playing OK but still their issues we need new players in.

And berg working under this pressure will not not either help.

hope the first 3 points can come soon.
good to see rovers playing OK but still their issues we need new players in. And berg working under this pressure will not not either help. hope the first 3 points can come soon. Dukes
  • Score: 4

6:13pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Captain Dreckley says...

Well if that is the difference Berg makes in a week I cannot wait for him being there a month. Really good to see Rovers playing exciting football, closing down and hungry for the ball. Great to see Nunes back and Ruben being given a proper run. Deserved a win today but our old weakness let us down, sloppy defending. It must be obvious that what we are lacking is a Berg. Craig Short or Ryan Nelson organising and managing that defence. Dann is not a leader and that is what is sadly lacking there but very very happy with the improvement and even happier with the result from Ipswich.
Well if that is the difference Berg makes in a week I cannot wait for him being there a month. Really good to see Rovers playing exciting football, closing down and hungry for the ball. Great to see Nunes back and Ruben being given a proper run. Deserved a win today but our old weakness let us down, sloppy defending. It must be obvious that what we are lacking is a Berg. Craig Short or Ryan Nelson organising and managing that defence. Dann is not a leader and that is what is sadly lacking there but very very happy with the improvement and even happier with the result from Ipswich. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 13

6:14pm Sat 10 Nov 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995 burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -14

6:14pm Sat 10 Nov 12

M.DANNY says...

Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.
Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park. M.DANNY
  • Score: 3

6:16pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?
The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!!
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How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!!
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".[/p][/quote]SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?[/p][/quote]The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!! . How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -7

6:18pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
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Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Conspiracy theories, don't you just love em.
What about this one smelly.
You are obviously a BRAG plant, trying to drum up mass support for a boycott when you don't even go and haven't been in two years. This is so if you can get the crowds down to below 100 you and your Brag buddies have a better chance of buying the club for the £32.50 you have managed to raise between you.
Nice try and you would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for them pesky kids.
The scoobi doo rubber mask reveals that when Mick mcarthys mask is ripped off, its Smell the coffee underneath.
And further more, you aren't a paying supporter are you? you haven't been a paying supporter for over two years, in fact you aren't even a supporter.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Conspiracy theories, don't you just love em. What about this one smelly. You are obviously a BRAG plant, trying to drum up mass support for a boycott when you don't even go and haven't been in two years. This is so if you can get the crowds down to below 100 you and your Brag buddies have a better chance of buying the club for the £32.50 you have managed to raise between you. Nice try and you would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for them pesky kids. The scoobi doo rubber mask reveals that when Mick mcarthys mask is ripped off, its Smell the coffee underneath. And further more, you aren't a paying supporter are you? you haven't been a paying supporter for over two years, in fact you aren't even a supporter. RUinsane
  • Score: -2

6:19pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Only1Garner says...

Saving our best for Deember 2nd
Saving our best for Deember 2nd Only1Garner
  • Score: 6

6:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Nearer 15000 than 14000....not good enough but better than it was. At least it is going upwards. Beat Peterborough next week (which on today's performance we should) then next home game will hopefully see a further increase n attendance. Anyway I will definitely be there.
Nearer 15000 than 14000....not good enough but better than it was. At least it is going upwards. Beat Peterborough next week (which on today's performance we should) then next home game will hopefully see a further increase n attendance. Anyway I will definitely be there. A Darener
  • Score: 7

6:20pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?
The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!!
.
How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!!
the BRAG stooge and the Hendry stalker.
Sounds like a movie
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".[/p][/quote]SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?[/p][/quote]The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!! . How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!![/p][/quote]the BRAG stooge and the Hendry stalker. Sounds like a movie RUinsane
  • Score: 1

6:21pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ha ha, quality !!!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ha ha, quality !!! Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -11

6:21pm Sat 10 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
bluerob wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
Did you go to the game ?
You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!!
yet you'll come on here and act like you knew what went on at the game. I think the real conspiracy is with the likes of you smelly, why do you keep coming here where few people give a cr@p about your opinions? why do you keep throwing accusations but then fail to produce any evidence? I asked you to post up the dossier a few days ago. where is it smelly? Any proof whatsoever apart from heresay. conjecture and alien abduction type conspiracy theories?

These comments are for comments on the article, not inane ramblings of lunatics who continue to accuse each and everyone who challenges him of being part of their dingle-obsessive conspiracies.

We had a good game today. you weren't there and you know little about it. FACT.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluerob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]Did you go to the game ?[/p][/quote]You very well know that I haven't been to a game since Sam was sacked and the "consortium" assumed control!! I WILL NOT LINE THEIR GREEDY POCKETS AND WILL NOT WITNESS FIRST HAND THE DEMISE OF A ONCE PROUD FOOTBALL CLUB!![/p][/quote]yet you'll come on here and act like you knew what went on at the game. I think the real conspiracy is with the likes of you smelly, why do you keep coming here where few people give a cr@p about your opinions? why do you keep throwing accusations but then fail to produce any evidence? I asked you to post up the dossier a few days ago. where is it smelly? Any proof whatsoever apart from heresay. conjecture and alien abduction type conspiracy theories? These comments are for comments on the article, not inane ramblings of lunatics who continue to accuse each and everyone who challenges him of being part of their dingle-obsessive conspiracies. We had a good game today. you weren't there and you know little about it. FACT. blueblooded
  • Score: 4

6:25pm Sat 10 Nov 12

stick to football says...

Disappointed not to win but improved quality until the final third.

Lapses in concentration are costing the team points and that needs to be addressed before we are adrift of the top.

Rovers need an organising centrehalf who can install discipline at the back.Get Givet in at fullback and Martin Olsen as the wing back.

The two that impressed today were Adam Henley - I would love to now why Kean ignored him last season after Old Trafford and Simon Vuckevic - he has the ability to take players on produce quality crosses and tracks back to defend - again why he was ignored for 18 months beggars belief.

Now we need some serious support for Jordan Rhodes - he is not a One up front striker never was never will be. We need a bit of brawn up there someone able to hold the ball up for others to come through on - a Kenwyne Jones type would do nicely even on an Emergency Loan until Best is fit - maybe he is the missing link.

I fear we are not Premiership quslity at the moment but are we are movong forward and wasnt the atmosphere today at Ewood just brilliant - made you want to be there
Disappointed not to win but improved quality until the final third. Lapses in concentration are costing the team points and that needs to be addressed before we are adrift of the top. Rovers need an organising centrehalf who can install discipline at the back.Get Givet in at fullback and Martin Olsen as the wing back. The two that impressed today were Adam Henley - I would love to now why Kean ignored him last season after Old Trafford and Simon Vuckevic - he has the ability to take players on produce quality crosses and tracks back to defend - again why he was ignored for 18 months beggars belief. Now we need some serious support for Jordan Rhodes - he is not a One up front striker never was never will be. We need a bit of brawn up there someone able to hold the ball up for others to come through on - a Kenwyne Jones type would do nicely even on an Emergency Loan until Best is fit - maybe he is the missing link. I fear we are not Premiership quslity at the moment but are we are movong forward and wasnt the atmosphere today at Ewood just brilliant - made you want to be there stick to football
  • Score: 7

6:27pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

The proof of the pudding was in the fact that very few supporters left the Riverside stand before the final whistle. A sign that the team were trying their hardest to grab a late goal. Unfortunately not to be. But at least they were trying.
The proof of the pudding was in the fact that very few supporters left the Riverside stand before the final whistle. A sign that the team were trying their hardest to grab a late goal. Unfortunately not to be. But at least they were trying. A Darener
  • Score: 7

6:32pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Is Eckersley playing? says...

8 points behind the leaders at this stage is not good.2 points from last 9 is not good.
Henning is already trying to play catch-up. Too many points thrown away already. 5 weeks wasted by the Pune clowns. If we don't go up this season we can forget the Prem, we won't be able to compete financially...
8 points behind the leaders at this stage is not good.2 points from last 9 is not good. Henning is already trying to play catch-up. Too many points thrown away already. 5 weeks wasted by the Pune clowns. If we don't go up this season we can forget the Prem, we won't be able to compete financially... Is Eckersley playing?
  • Score: 2

6:33pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

M.DANNY wrote:
Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.
Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons.
It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.
[quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.[/p][/quote]Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons. It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 7

6:35pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Final word says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
You didn't go to the game so how can you comment?
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]You didn't go to the game so how can you comment? Final word
  • Score: 3

6:38pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

I think smellthecoffee has been smelling the butane. His comments are getting more and more bizarre.
I think smellthecoffee has been smelling the butane. His comments are getting more and more bizarre. A Darener
  • Score: 2

6:38pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
What part of the Fylde do you bother smelly. I'm quite a regular. In fact I'm coming over soon. where is this Taps place. If its in lytham its a bit too upmarket for me, I like a good back street place with plenty of blood and DNA on the walls.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]What part of the Fylde do you bother smelly. I'm quite a regular. In fact I'm coming over soon. where is this Taps place. If its in lytham its a bit too upmarket for me, I like a good back street place with plenty of blood and DNA on the walls. RUinsane
  • Score: -1

6:39pm Sat 10 Nov 12

wampam says...

well done henning berg. a transformation is in place. take yer time lad. loved seeing rovers trying
well done henning berg. a transformation is in place. take yer time lad. loved seeing rovers trying wampam
  • Score: 13

6:39pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Final word says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
.
Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
You dobn't need numerous accounts because you've got numerous personalities. I went down and enjoyed the game. Did you have a good afternoon? That question was to KENco coffee.....
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]You dobn't need numerous accounts because you've got numerous personalities. I went down and enjoyed the game. Did you have a good afternoon? That question was to KENco coffee..... Final word
  • Score: 3

6:40pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
glp wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
passingfootball wrote:
feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.
Feels like a loss.

Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.
Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!!
Well done son, you can read, good for you!
Ahh, sore bell end master returns, spouting the usual sewerage that we have become accustomed to from those slack jawed jabba the hut lookalikes.

Please explain your feelings when you checked the final score (assuming you weren't one of the phantom hundreds of thousands that made the trip by horse and cart) only to see that you're comedy football club had been brushed aside like a bunch of turd burgling mincers, by the then rock bottom and quite rubbish Ipswich Town?
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]passingfootball[/bold] wrote: feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.[/p][/quote]Feels like a loss. Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.[/p][/quote]Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!![/p][/quote]Well done son, you can read, good for you![/p][/quote]Ahh, sore bell end master returns, spouting the usual sewerage that we have become accustomed to from those slack jawed jabba the hut lookalikes. Please explain your feelings when you checked the final score (assuming you weren't one of the phantom hundreds of thousands that made the trip by horse and cart) only to see that you're comedy football club had been brushed aside like a bunch of turd burgling mincers, by the then rock bottom and quite rubbish Ipswich Town? Rovers75
  • Score: 10

6:48pm Sat 10 Nov 12

cod_fillet says...

PersianRover wrote:
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Agree 100%!

This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class).

Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well.

And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.
[quote][p][bold]PersianRover[/bold] wrote: Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%! This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class). Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well. And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter. cod_fillet
  • Score: 9

6:50pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ha ha, quality !!!
Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace.
Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do
Chim Chiminee.
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ha ha, quality !!![/p][/quote]Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace. Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do Chim Chiminee. RUinsane
  • Score: 9

6:58pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

What no goals from Austin? Was he too busy reading the small print on his Arsenal contract.
What no goals from Austin? Was he too busy reading the small print on his Arsenal contract. A Darener
  • Score: 8

7:01pm Sat 10 Nov 12

pepperpot2296 says...

Can I suggest that we refrain from pressing the "quote" key when replying to these bitter twisted and jealous rivals,who like to see their name in print,it does,nt work on their own site because no one visits their site, the same should be applied to the likes of 'Smellie' so that we don,t see his dronings on every other post replying to them
Can I suggest that we refrain from pressing the "quote" key when replying to these bitter twisted and jealous rivals,who like to see their name in print,it does,nt work on their own site because no one visits their site, the same should be applied to the likes of 'Smellie' so that we don,t see his dronings on every other post replying to them pepperpot2296
  • Score: 6

7:05pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

cod_fillet wrote:
PersianRover wrote:
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Agree 100%!

This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class).

Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well.

And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.
Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season.
Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players.
Guess we'll never know why.
Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?
[quote][p][bold]cod_fillet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PersianRover[/bold] wrote: Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%! This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class). Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well. And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.[/p][/quote]Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season. Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players. Guess we'll never know why. Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 7

7:05pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Angry From Accrington says...

I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table.
I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one.
Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application.
Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display.
Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans.
I should have played golf!
Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!!
I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!! Angry From Accrington
  • Score: -7

7:05pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag.

BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag. BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882 Rovers75
  • Score: 10

7:08pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

RUinsane wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?
The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!! . How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!!
the BRAG stooge and the Hendry stalker. Sounds like a movie
the corrupt agent...
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".[/p][/quote]SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?[/p][/quote]The foreign owners are good for satisfying the PL's "fit and proper" test. They are also good for stashing off shore money to make it look like a club has gone belly up....when in reality money is being housed in foreign bank accounts......oh, they are also good for dodgy betting patterns in the far east!! . How many goals have we conceded late on in games?? Why did it take so long to appoint a manager?? Why did we fail to have a shot on target against Spurs last season?? Why did we have players coming off winking at the manager?? Team lineups revealed etc etc Shame on all involved!!![/p][/quote]the BRAG stooge and the Hendry stalker. Sounds like a movie[/p][/quote]the corrupt agent... smellthecoffee
  • Score: -9

7:09pm Sat 10 Nov 12

jogalot says...

Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on.

Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat.

Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB!
Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB! jogalot
  • Score: 7

7:13pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

jogalot wrote:
Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB!
desperate
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB![/p][/quote]desperate smellthecoffee
  • Score: -12

7:15pm Sat 10 Nov 12

jim 2012 says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
....see what I mean.
NO
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: ....see what I mean.[/p][/quote]NO jim 2012
  • Score: 5

7:16pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

jogalot wrote:
Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on.

Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat.

Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB!
Why can't you attend games up to the limit of the cost of a season ticket? You would have spent that anyways.
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB![/p][/quote]Why can't you attend games up to the limit of the cost of a season ticket? You would have spent that anyways. A Darener
  • Score: 1

7:19pm Sat 10 Nov 12

pepperpot2296 says...

Please find a replacement for Desperate DANN he,simply not good enough!
Please find a replacement for Desperate DANN he,simply not good enough! pepperpot2296
  • Score: 10

7:21pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Angry From Accrington says...

Rovers75 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag. BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882
Don't be wound up by this individual as he is clearly not a true Burnley Fan:

Dingles can not read

Dingles can not write

Dingles have too many fingers to use electronic keyboards

Dingles can not get broadband signals in their caravans
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag. BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Don't be wound up by this individual as he is clearly not a true Burnley Fan: Dingles can not read Dingles can not write Dingles have too many fingers to use electronic keyboards Dingles can not get broadband signals in their caravans Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 12

7:22pm Sat 10 Nov 12

krazzi horse says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
cod_fillet wrote:
PersianRover wrote:
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Agree 100%!

This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class).

Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well.

And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.
Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season.
Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players.
Guess we'll never know why.
Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?
spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus
t have help t the team on.........

arradd ball
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cod_fillet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PersianRover[/bold] wrote: Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%! This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class). Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well. And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.[/p][/quote]Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season. Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players. Guess we'll never know why. Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?[/p][/quote]spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus t have help t the team on......... arradd ball krazzi horse
  • Score: 3

7:30pm Sat 10 Nov 12

jogalot says...

A Darener wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on.

Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat.

Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB!
Why can't you attend games up to the limit of the cost of a season ticket? You would have spent that anyways.
Other things, other priorities, I have a life beyond football and £225 is a big chunk of money and when you ain't got much you've to try and get value for money and make the most of what you've got. I'm hoping there'll be some good deals coming up. Perhaps that makes me cheap and not a proper supporter but hey ho, that's how it goes.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB![/p][/quote]Why can't you attend games up to the limit of the cost of a season ticket? You would have spent that anyways.[/p][/quote]Other things, other priorities, I have a life beyond football and £225 is a big chunk of money and when you ain't got much you've to try and get value for money and make the most of what you've got. I'm hoping there'll be some good deals coming up. Perhaps that makes me cheap and not a proper supporter but hey ho, that's how it goes. jogalot
  • Score: 7

7:30pm Sat 10 Nov 12

juanbbien says...

Well done Rovers as for the attendance it would be a good move for the Venkys to actually show their faces at Ewood and and show a little humbleness even a public announced apology for what they have put the fans through would maybe go towards helping the missing crowds return,but I'm not holding my breath.
Well done Rovers as for the attendance it would be a good move for the Venkys to actually show their faces at Ewood and and show a little humbleness even a public announced apology for what they have put the fans through would maybe go towards helping the missing crowds return,but I'm not holding my breath. juanbbien
  • Score: 7

7:33pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

RUinsane wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ha ha, quality !!!
Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace.
Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do
Chim Chiminee.
Not as much explaining as TurdBerg will have to do when he gets summonsed to Pune next week to justify to the Kumars why he's only scraped 2 points out of 9.

From one useless baldie to another eh? but god does love a trier........even if the plastic stay away thousands don't.

02/12/2012 - Judgement day.
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ha ha, quality !!![/p][/quote]Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace. Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do Chim Chiminee.[/p][/quote]Not as much explaining as TurdBerg will have to do when he gets summonsed to Pune next week to justify to the Kumars why he's only scraped 2 points out of 9. From one useless baldie to another eh? but god does love a trier........even if the plastic stay away thousands don't. 02/12/2012 - Judgement day. Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -9

7:39pm Sat 10 Nov 12

bigste says...

Watched the whole game on tv and have to say it was not a bad perfomance, but not promotion stuff by a long way. Barring a massive improvement rovers will not go up. Kept better hold of the ball today but did not press forward enough for 3/4 of the game. It was a home game against a lowly team so 2 more points dropped.
Watched the whole game on tv and have to say it was not a bad perfomance, but not promotion stuff by a long way. Barring a massive improvement rovers will not go up. Kept better hold of the ball today but did not press forward enough for 3/4 of the game. It was a home game against a lowly team so 2 more points dropped. bigste
  • Score: 0

7:48pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

krazzi horse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
cod_fillet wrote:
PersianRover wrote:
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Agree 100%!

This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class).

Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well.

And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.
Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season.
Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players.
Guess we'll never know why.
Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?
spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus

t have help t the team on.........

arradd ball
Yes they must have been spurred that much by the crescendo of noise inside Trampwood that it underwhelmed them on to scrape a draw with a team 18th in the league. They've peaked for the season.
[quote][p][bold]krazzi horse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cod_fillet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PersianRover[/bold] wrote: Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%! This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class). Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well. And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.[/p][/quote]Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season. Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players. Guess we'll never know why. Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?[/p][/quote]spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus t have help t the team on......... arradd ball[/p][/quote]Yes they must have been spurred that much by the crescendo of noise inside Trampwood that it underwhelmed them on to scrape a draw with a team 18th in the league. They've peaked for the season. Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -7

7:50pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

No the peak will come on Dec2nd!
No the peak will come on Dec2nd! A Darener
  • Score: 4

7:52pm Sat 10 Nov 12

dangerous dave says...

only 2 points out of a possible 9 since Berg took over and defensively very poor!!!
Short of the killer instinct!!
And as for Hendry and his defensive coaching absolute rubbish
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKYS
only 2 points out of a possible 9 since Berg took over and defensively very poor!!! Short of the killer instinct!! And as for Hendry and his defensive coaching absolute rubbish OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKYS dangerous dave
  • Score: -2

7:53pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB!
desperate
Your an absolute disgrace Smelly.

In fact I would go so far as to say your scum of the kind that as beset our club over these last years. A bitter and twisted sociopath with a notion that just does not stack up.

Your view point adds up to believing, and attempting in persuading others, that BRFC is so insignificant and, that the corruption that is so rife attached to BRFC, is somehow being blatantly overlooked by every authority in this land, which in turn makes those of responsibility liars, fraudsters, cheats and utterly corrupt on a level that would make the Leveson inquiry look like chicken feed !

Your view of BRFC and it's supporters is crass to say the least.

Prove on these pages and to the relevant authorities that which you adamantly believe.

Put up or shut up, I believe, is the term used ?

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Great to hear Rovers played well and deserved a win. They sound like they played with plenty of spirit and Berg has them challenging for every ball. Just what I've been waiting for - a Rovers team that is giving 100% and deserve cheering on. Why wasn't I cheering them on? I couldn't afford it. I can afford it with a season ticket that works out about £11 a game but not when it's £19. Before you call me for not being a proper supporter, that's just the way it is. I support them in spirit if not in person. I imaging many others who have 'gone missing' are in the same boat. Well done Rovers! Well done Henning! COYB![/p][/quote]desperate[/p][/quote]Your an absolute disgrace Smelly. In fact I would go so far as to say your scum of the kind that as beset our club over these last years. A bitter and twisted sociopath with a notion that just does not stack up. Your view point adds up to believing, and attempting in persuading others, that BRFC is so insignificant and, that the corruption that is so rife attached to BRFC, is somehow being blatantly overlooked by every authority in this land, which in turn makes those of responsibility liars, fraudsters, cheats and utterly corrupt on a level that would make the Leveson inquiry look like chicken feed ! Your view of BRFC and it's supporters is crass to say the least. Prove on these pages and to the relevant authorities that which you adamantly believe. Put up or shut up, I believe, is the term used ? Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
  • Score: 15

7:53pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
No the peak will come on Dec2nd!
Yes it would be a mistake to peak too early.......It's all about timing

Dec 2nd is the time.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: No the peak will come on Dec2nd![/p][/quote]Yes it would be a mistake to peak too early.......It's all about timing Dec 2nd is the time. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 8

8:04pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

Rovers75 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag.

BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882
And thats just the women folk
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Didn't think it'd take you long to be on here glentoran, you poison filth bag. BFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF BIG CHINNED HAIRY FACED SCRUBBERS SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]And thats just the women folk RUinsane
  • Score: 6

8:15pm Sat 10 Nov 12

French Rover says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa French Rover
  • Score: 10

8:21pm Sat 10 Nov 12

French Rover says...

RoversSwiss wrote:
Much better atmosphere today than my last visit. Almost like the old days without brainless dickheads like smellthecoffe, Stay away forever smtc.

Should have won the game, still a lot of work to do, but at least Murphy and Formica played better than before and Berg knew how to tighten the defence second half.

Disappointing result, but green shoots of a recovery.
Yes the fans being back on-side is a big positive (as a certain someone used to say) but we do need a win soon to keep us up with the leading pack. Once that first win under HB comes then I know many more will follow
Allez les Bleus
[quote][p][bold]RoversSwiss[/bold] wrote: Much better atmosphere today than my last visit. Almost like the old days without brainless dickheads like smellthecoffe, Stay away forever smtc. Should have won the game, still a lot of work to do, but at least Murphy and Formica played better than before and Berg knew how to tighten the defence second half. Disappointing result, but green shoots of a recovery.[/p][/quote]Yes the fans being back on-side is a big positive (as a certain someone used to say) but we do need a win soon to keep us up with the leading pack. Once that first win under HB comes then I know many more will follow Allez les Bleus French Rover
  • Score: 7

8:44pm Sat 10 Nov 12

forever blue and white says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!! forever blue and white
  • Score: 0

8:52pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Bill Carson says...

stick to football wrote:
Disappointed not to win but improved quality until the final third.

Lapses in concentration are costing the team points and that needs to be addressed before we are adrift of the top.

Rovers need an organising centrehalf who can install discipline at the back.Get Givet in at fullback and Martin Olsen as the wing back.

The two that impressed today were Adam Henley - I would love to now why Kean ignored him last season after Old Trafford and Simon Vuckevic - he has the ability to take players on produce quality crosses and tracks back to defend - again why he was ignored for 18 months beggars belief.

Now we need some serious support for Jordan Rhodes - he is not a One up front striker never was never will be. We need a bit of brawn up there someone able to hold the ball up for others to come through on - a Kenwyne Jones type would do nicely even on an Emergency Loan until Best is fit - maybe he is the missing link.

I fear we are not Premiership quslity at the moment but are we are movong forward and wasnt the atmosphere today at Ewood just brilliant - made you want to be there
Hear hear !!
[quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Disappointed not to win but improved quality until the final third. Lapses in concentration are costing the team points and that needs to be addressed before we are adrift of the top. Rovers need an organising centrehalf who can install discipline at the back.Get Givet in at fullback and Martin Olsen as the wing back. The two that impressed today were Adam Henley - I would love to now why Kean ignored him last season after Old Trafford and Simon Vuckevic - he has the ability to take players on produce quality crosses and tracks back to defend - again why he was ignored for 18 months beggars belief. Now we need some serious support for Jordan Rhodes - he is not a One up front striker never was never will be. We need a bit of brawn up there someone able to hold the ball up for others to come through on - a Kenwyne Jones type would do nicely even on an Emergency Loan until Best is fit - maybe he is the missing link. I fear we are not Premiership quslity at the moment but are we are movong forward and wasnt the atmosphere today at Ewood just brilliant - made you want to be there[/p][/quote]Hear hear !! Bill Carson
  • Score: 7

9:02pm Sat 10 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

All this about the 2nd December is just rubbish. From where I sit in the Blackburn End, there is only one date that will be the date of telling and that is the 4th May 2013. Whether we win or lose at Turf Moor is only relevant for 3 pts towards that last day of the season. Another thing, the arguement about Austin v Rhodes is equally tosh. Burnley have one player and Blackburn Roverse to talk about. We have more than one player and Blackburn Rovers to talk about. 4th May fellas. Simple.
All this about the 2nd December is just rubbish. From where I sit in the Blackburn End, there is only one date that will be the date of telling and that is the 4th May 2013. Whether we win or lose at Turf Moor is only relevant for 3 pts towards that last day of the season. Another thing, the arguement about Austin v Rhodes is equally tosh. Burnley have one player and Blackburn Roverse to talk about. We have more than one player and Blackburn Rovers to talk about. 4th May fellas. Simple. merlinrabbit
  • Score: 3

9:03pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

forever blue and white wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!![/p][/quote]Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you. smellthecoffee
  • Score: -3

9:08pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
krazzi horse wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
cod_fillet wrote:
PersianRover wrote:
Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off.

Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina.

Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.
Agree 100%!

This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class).

Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well.

And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.
Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season.
Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players.
Guess we'll never know why.
Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?
spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus


t have help t the team on.........

arradd ball
Yes they must have been spurred that much by the crescendo of noise inside Trampwood that it underwhelmed them on to scrape a draw with a team 18th in the league. They've peaked for the season.
Bumley tubbed by the leagues whippin boys.
Dick Van Dyke has more chance of going down a bomb in his new movie sequel about Bumleys title aspirations, its about a flying pig and is called Sh1tty Sh1tty Oink Oink
Chim Chiminee.
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]krazzi horse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cod_fillet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PersianRover[/bold] wrote: Ruben Rochina was dangerous, and gives the ball away not more than anyone! He should not have been taken off. Nunes, when he came on was dangerous, much better than Markus who played well. Nunes is the type of player who could really complement Rochina. Overall, blackburn played really really well. Despite a draw, its the best i have seen blackburn play in a very long time.[/p][/quote]Agree 100%! This was the best performance in long time. Finally a manager found how to get the best out of Rochina ( a very talented player, true Premiership class). Maybe Rochina as number 10 and Rhodes+Gomes in the front for home games. Fábio Nunes is very sharp and dangerous, we need to use him more as well. And why not Vukcevic for Murphy or Ethutu sometimes. He was on top shape today. True fighter.[/p][/quote]Always been impressed with Vuckevic and Rochina. Pity they weren't utilised more last season. Kean seemed seemed quite happy to "get rid of " or not play his best players. Guess we'll never know why. Was he acting under orders or was he really that stupid ?[/p][/quote]spot on arradd ladd 100% better game to watch,and a bit of noise.........inside Ewood............mus t have help t the team on......... arradd ball[/p][/quote]Yes they must have been spurred that much by the crescendo of noise inside Trampwood that it underwhelmed them on to scrape a draw with a team 18th in the league. They've peaked for the season.[/p][/quote]Bumley tubbed by the leagues whippin boys. Dick Van Dyke has more chance of going down a bomb in his new movie sequel about Bumleys title aspirations, its about a flying pig and is called Sh1tty Sh1tty Oink Oink Chim Chiminee. RUinsane
  • Score: 6

9:10pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Fyrover says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
1-1
WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE .
WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN.
RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
The premise of a defence coach is floored a defence opporates in tandem with the midfield which in turn works with the forwards
What I am saying is a defencive coach is a bulls@@t job
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]The premise of a defence coach is floored a defence opporates in tandem with the midfield which in turn works with the forwards What I am saying is a defencive coach is a bulls@@t job Fyrover
  • Score: 0

9:11pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.
He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!!
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!![/p][/quote]Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.[/p][/quote]He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!! RUinsane
  • Score: -1

9:26pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Trueblue12 says...

For the first time in almost2 years I went down to Ewood and I felt a feel good factor that hasn't been there for that long.finally fans singing our managers name which in my opinion has been truly missed.i thought the football on a whole was a big big improvement on what we have seen recently .formica,murphy and Henley were excellent today rochina had patches of brilliance but let's himself down occasions trying to do to much if he learns to no wen to play and wen not to I think he has the potential to be a world beater all in all very happy with the performance today if not te result .....henning bergs blue and white army
For the first time in almost2 years I went down to Ewood and I felt a feel good factor that hasn't been there for that long.finally fans singing our managers name which in my opinion has been truly missed.i thought the football on a whole was a big big improvement on what we have seen recently .formica,murphy and Henley were excellent today rochina had patches of brilliance but let's himself down occasions trying to do to much if he learns to no wen to play and wen not to I think he has the potential to be a world beater all in all very happy with the performance today if not te result .....henning bergs blue and white army Trueblue12
  • Score: 11

9:32pm Sat 10 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
glp wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
passingfootball wrote:
feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.
Feels like a loss.

Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.
Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!!
Well done son, you can read, good for you!
Ahh, sore bell end master returns, spouting the usual sewerage that we have become accustomed to from those slack jawed jabba the hut lookalikes.

Please explain your feelings when you checked the final score (assuming you weren't one of the phantom hundreds of thousands that made the trip by horse and cart) only to see that you're comedy football club had been brushed aside like a bunch of turd burgling mincers, by the then rock bottom and quite rubbish Ipswich Town?
Your good lady had a hand (literally) in the reason for my sore nether regions! I wish I'd done it myself.

A mere blip Rover me old fruit, a mere blip. I was a little disappointed I must admit when their winner went in but you have to expect these little set backs occasionally during the season.
This result will pale into insignificance come 2nd of December when all those years will come back to bite you. In fact you lot might as well bend over and get lubed up now because one hell of a butt f**king is on it's way for you !!!!!

Anyway Rover, how did you feel about drawing at HOME to the equally as mediocre Brum ??? And where exactly are the returning masses at the Dawn of your new era ???
They scored ALL three goals you hairy knuckle dragging couch supporter!

Even a bottom three team scoring an own goal couldn't get you a win hahahaa.. and you have the nerve to come here to call us?

oh and tell your sister to use anusol or germaloid and you won't be sore next time.

You're welcome!

;-)
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]glp[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]passingfootball[/bold] wrote: feels like a loss, birmingham hardly in the game first half, rovers midfieders let their finishing downit was murphy's better games, it looks like Roves need a cushion of at least 2 goals to be in a chance to wim a game, punished again for short lack of concentration in defence, shoot along the floor for sake- if it is on target it may be underneath the bar, it at least it works the keeper and their is a chance of a rebound, if the players want to score accurately learn how to kick that ball in the centre of the centre of the ball, its the basics.[/p][/quote]Feels like a loss. Seems to be a phrase that is being said a lot so far this season down at Trampwood. I'm sure we'll be hearing it many more times before next May.[/p][/quote]Ipswich 2 Dingles 1 Yorkshire Inbred !!!![/p][/quote]Well done son, you can read, good for you![/p][/quote]Ahh, sore bell end master returns, spouting the usual sewerage that we have become accustomed to from those slack jawed jabba the hut lookalikes. Please explain your feelings when you checked the final score (assuming you weren't one of the phantom hundreds of thousands that made the trip by horse and cart) only to see that you're comedy football club had been brushed aside like a bunch of turd burgling mincers, by the then rock bottom and quite rubbish Ipswich Town?[/p][/quote]Your good lady had a hand (literally) in the reason for my sore nether regions! I wish I'd done it myself. A mere blip Rover me old fruit, a mere blip. I was a little disappointed I must admit when their winner went in but you have to expect these little set backs occasionally during the season. This result will pale into insignificance come 2nd of December when all those years will come back to bite you. In fact you lot might as well bend over and get lubed up now because one hell of a butt f**king is on it's way for you !!!!! Anyway Rover, how did you feel about drawing at HOME to the equally as mediocre Brum ??? And where exactly are the returning masses at the Dawn of your new era ???[/p][/quote]They scored ALL three goals you hairy knuckle dragging couch supporter! Even a bottom three team scoring an own goal couldn't get you a win hahahaa.. and you have the nerve to come here to call us? oh and tell your sister to use anusol or germaloid and you won't be sore next time. You're welcome! ;-) blueblooded
  • Score: 3

9:36pm Sat 10 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Oh! How we have waited for positive posts after a match. Ok we didn't win but what a great response from the fans. Wasn't it great to see Bryan Douglas's name on the Darwen end? Long overdue.
Henning was more animated in the first minute than the odious one was in 90 minutes.
I knew we weren't going to win when we started the match kicking towards the Blackburn End. Can anybody remember the last time we did? I am sure we haven't won very often kicking that way. Thank goodness I'm not superstitious, touch wood!
Oh! How we have waited for positive posts after a match. Ok we didn't win but what a great response from the fans. Wasn't it great to see Bryan Douglas's name on the Darwen end? Long overdue. Henning was more animated in the first minute than the odious one was in 90 minutes. I knew we weren't going to win when we started the match kicking towards the Blackburn End. Can anybody remember the last time we did? I am sure we haven't won very often kicking that way. Thank goodness I'm not superstitious, touch wood! A Darener
  • Score: 5

9:39pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
.
...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
.
Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
.
Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
.
Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
.
Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R
TI&feature=related
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=related smellthecoffee
  • Score: 0

9:42pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

RUinsane wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.
He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!!
I thought he looked more like an ugly blonde bird in the morning??
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!![/p][/quote]Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.[/p][/quote]He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!![/p][/quote]I thought he looked more like an ugly blonde bird in the morning?? smellthecoffee
  • Score: -1

10:00pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

Forgot to mention....Richard Scudamore seems to have had a long interest in Manchester City
.
http://www.mirror.co
.uk/news/big-kick-in
-shin-for-scudamore-
732075
(now who was that agent who organised the Thaksin Shinawatra takeover again??)
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...he seemed really pleased to be handing over the PL trophy to Manchester City...bless him
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Just remembered the agent:
http://roverstruth.c
o.uk/wordpress/kenta
ro
Forgot to mention....Richard Scudamore seems to have had a long interest in Manchester City . http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/big-kick-in -shin-for-scudamore- 732075 (now who was that agent who organised the Thaksin Shinawatra takeover again??) . ...he seemed really pleased to be handing over the PL trophy to Manchester City...bless him . Just remembered the agent: http://roverstruth.c o.uk/wordpress/kenta ro smellthecoffee
  • Score: 0

10:03pm Sat 10 Nov 12

eddyo says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
.
...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
.
Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
.
Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
.
Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
.
Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R

TI&feature=relat
ed
You could be onto something here smell.
*
3 days to deny - and then he rose again. An amazing run - like Forrest Gump. Charlie Nichola's agent - and the sky falls in. Such coincidences!
*
Or, you could be a sad, mad cnut. You remind me of a sh!t from Kelbrook.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]You could be onto something here smell. * 3 days to deny - and then he rose again. An amazing run - like Forrest Gump. Charlie Nichola's agent - and the sky falls in. Such coincidences! * Or, you could be a sad, mad cnut. You remind me of a sh!t from Kelbrook. eddyo
  • Score: 3

10:04pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
Mike Oxsore wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ha ha, quality !!!
Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace.
Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do
Chim Chiminee.
Not as much explaining as TurdBerg will have to do when he gets summonsed to Pune next week to justify to the Kumars why he's only scraped 2 points out of 9.

From one useless baldie to another eh? but god does love a trier........even if the plastic stay away thousands don't.

02/12/2012 - Judgement day.
Judgement day? Playing BRFC maybe judgement day for you group of easily pleased slugs (hardly surprising given the monumental hidings we've dished out over the years) but having the inconvenience of having to travel back in time to a medieval rat pit and a ground that looks like it's been built from scaffold and cardboard, tends not to be what we class as judgement day......... more of a day trip to the zoo.
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ha ha, quality !!![/p][/quote]Fancy getting beat by a Mick Bananaman Mcarthy team thats fresh from getting dumped by 5 by crystal palace. Dick van Dyke got a lot of explaining to do Chim Chiminee.[/p][/quote]Not as much explaining as TurdBerg will have to do when he gets summonsed to Pune next week to justify to the Kumars why he's only scraped 2 points out of 9. From one useless baldie to another eh? but god does love a trier........even if the plastic stay away thousands don't. 02/12/2012 - Judgement day.[/p][/quote]Judgement day? Playing BRFC maybe judgement day for you group of easily pleased slugs (hardly surprising given the monumental hidings we've dished out over the years) but having the inconvenience of having to travel back in time to a medieval rat pit and a ground that looks like it's been built from scaffold and cardboard, tends not to be what we class as judgement day......... more of a day trip to the zoo. Rovers75
  • Score: 6

10:09pm Sat 10 Nov 12

mr smooth says...

I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation mr smooth
  • Score: -2

10:09pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

eddyo wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed
You could be onto something here smell. * 3 days to deny - and then he rose again. An amazing run - like Forrest Gump. Charlie Nichola's agent - and the sky falls in. Such coincidences! * Or, you could be a sad, mad cnut. You remind me of a sh!t from Kelbrook.
what's up?? Not made enough already??
[quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]You could be onto something here smell. * 3 days to deny - and then he rose again. An amazing run - like Forrest Gump. Charlie Nichola's agent - and the sky falls in. Such coincidences! * Or, you could be a sad, mad cnut. You remind me of a sh!t from Kelbrook.[/p][/quote]what's up?? Not made enough already?? smellthecoffee
  • Score: -2

10:17pm Sat 10 Nov 12

kazluvsrovers says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!! kazluvsrovers
  • Score: 2

10:19pm Sat 10 Nov 12

buckoff says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Oh dear poor jealous Dingle
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Oh dear poor jealous Dingle buckoff
  • Score: 2

10:28pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

mr smooth wrote:
I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
"got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition"

Because Venkeys and Kean got rid of all our best players.

The better players that were left wouldn't be picked.
[quote][p][bold]mr smooth[/bold] wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation[/p][/quote]"got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition" Because Venkeys and Kean got rid of all our best players. The better players that were left wouldn't be picked. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

10:30pm Sat 10 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

mr smooth wrote:
I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season)....
[quote][p][bold]mr smooth[/bold] wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation[/p][/quote]who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season).... smellthecoffee
  • Score: -2

10:30pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Sportivo says...

Nice to come home from the Rovers with a content feeling. Not that I'm happy with the 1.1 result with Birmingham - Rovers should have finished them off - but the players all played well, showed passion and belief and gave 100%.

For the first time in two years, all the fans were completely behind the manager. A great atmosphere. Well done all who came. Roll on 'Henning Berg's Blue and White Army' :)
Nice to come home from the Rovers with a content feeling. Not that I'm happy with the 1.1 result with Birmingham - Rovers should have finished them off - but the players all played well, showed passion and belief and gave 100%. For the first time in two years, all the fans were completely behind the manager. A great atmosphere. Well done all who came. Roll on 'Henning Berg's Blue and White Army' :) Sportivo
  • Score: 8

10:31pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

mr smooth wrote:
I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
"got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition"

Because Venkeys and Kean got rid of all our best players.

The better players that were left wouldn't be picked.
[quote][p][bold]mr smooth[/bold] wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation[/p][/quote]"got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition" Because Venkeys and Kean got rid of all our best players. The better players that were left wouldn't be picked. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

10:46pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Abu dabi says...

CHICKEN FARMERS FC fail to win again. Its a horror show week by week for us true faithful that cant return as long as the Farmers and deluded folk still cling on to them are there.
CHICKEN FARMERS FC fail to win again. Its a horror show week by week for us true faithful that cant return as long as the Farmers and deluded folk still cling on to them are there. Abu dabi
  • Score: -4

11:23pm Sat 10 Nov 12

French Rover says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
.
...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
.
Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
.
Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
.
Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
.
Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R

TI&feature=relat
ed
nutter..
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]nutter.. French Rover
  • Score: 3

11:31pm Sat 10 Nov 12

glm1970 says...

Unfortunately it would appear that too many people are commenting on games whilst they are still protesting. It is fair to say we have not played well however today there was a fundamental difference in the performance. More offensive, better possession and players looking confident on the ball. Danny Murphy getting applauded when he left the field says such a lot. The astmoshphere was much better even though the numbers were still very low. It now needs those supporters who said they would come back when kean had gone and a new manager was in, put their words into actions and come and support their team.
Unfortunately it would appear that too many people are commenting on games whilst they are still protesting. It is fair to say we have not played well however today there was a fundamental difference in the performance. More offensive, better possession and players looking confident on the ball. Danny Murphy getting applauded when he left the field says such a lot. The astmoshphere was much better even though the numbers were still very low. It now needs those supporters who said they would come back when kean had gone and a new manager was in, put their words into actions and come and support their team. glm1970
  • Score: 2

11:35pm Sat 10 Nov 12

Gaz M says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
8 points behind the leaders at this stage is not good.2 points from last 9 is not good.
Henning is already trying to play catch-up. Too many points thrown away already. 5 weeks wasted by the Pune clowns. If we don't go up this season we can forget the Prem, we won't be able to compete financially...
Its a long season the championship, theres a long way to go yet 8 points can be got back relatively quickly if we can turn some draws into wins, Our defence if I am honest worry me especially Dann,hopefully Venkys will back Berg in the January transfer market and allow him to bring in his own staff this league is wide open no one team has yet to dominate its there for someone to take hopefully us.
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: 8 points behind the leaders at this stage is not good.2 points from last 9 is not good. Henning is already trying to play catch-up. Too many points thrown away already. 5 weeks wasted by the Pune clowns. If we don't go up this season we can forget the Prem, we won't be able to compete financially...[/p][/quote]Its a long season the championship, theres a long way to go yet 8 points can be got back relatively quickly if we can turn some draws into wins, Our defence if I am honest worry me especially Dann,hopefully Venkys will back Berg in the January transfer market and allow him to bring in his own staff this league is wide open no one team has yet to dominate its there for someone to take hopefully us. Gaz M
  • Score: 3

11:36pm Sat 10 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
mr smooth wrote:
I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season)....
You're starting to win me over, I did a bit of digging too and what I found out, has put me in fear of disappearing forever.
Hughes industries, that being howard hughes mastered Nano technology, what you thought was someone winking at the bench was in fact him taking a picture of a ball swap going on, the ball is in fact a small spaceship controlled by NANOBOTS that take instructions from Sky sports central. A certain super agent issues all pundits with the outcomes of all matches so they can rake in the cash in a massive betting ring.
I didn't beleive it at first but when I heard MLT saying that he put a quid on southampton to draw with sansea 1-1 and I realised he would end up winning £2 I thought thats 100% profit in 95 minutes, so I've studied a lot of video tape and can confirm that the second planes wings disappeared before it hits the tower so it was a hologram. Just like the 7 goal drubbing we took off United. That was a hologram as well.
Better go, we're being monitored.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr smooth[/bold] wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation[/p][/quote]who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season)....[/p][/quote]You're starting to win me over, I did a bit of digging too and what I found out, has put me in fear of disappearing forever. Hughes industries, that being howard hughes mastered Nano technology, what you thought was someone winking at the bench was in fact him taking a picture of a ball swap going on, the ball is in fact a small spaceship controlled by NANOBOTS that take instructions from Sky sports central. A certain super agent issues all pundits with the outcomes of all matches so they can rake in the cash in a massive betting ring. I didn't beleive it at first but when I heard MLT saying that he put a quid on southampton to draw with sansea 1-1 and I realised he would end up winning £2 I thought thats 100% profit in 95 minutes, so I've studied a lot of video tape and can confirm that the second planes wings disappeared before it hits the tower so it was a hologram. Just like the 7 goal drubbing we took off United. That was a hologram as well. Better go, we're being monitored. RUinsane
  • Score: 8

11:38pm Sat 10 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
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What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
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...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
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Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
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Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
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Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
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Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R

TI&feature=relat
ed
"YOU are living on borrowed time"

Says it all you dingle scum.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]"YOU are living on borrowed time" Says it all you dingle scum. blueblooded
  • Score: 3

12:06am Sun 11 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

blueblooded wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
.
...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
.
Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
.
Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
.
Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
.
Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R


TI&feature=relat

ed
"YOU are living on borrowed time"

Says it all you dingle scum.
You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you?

I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat?

Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath.
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]"YOU are living on borrowed time" Says it all you dingle scum.[/p][/quote]You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you? I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat? Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath. Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -2

12:28am Sun 11 Nov 12

Mike Oxsore says...

Just watching the football league show right now and I have to say WOW, it looks packed at Trampwood with all those returning fans, how did they all get inside the ground?
Just watching the football league show right now and I have to say WOW, it looks packed at Trampwood with all those returning fans, how did they all get inside the ground? Mike Oxsore
  • Score: -4

7:21am Sun 11 Nov 12

1952 rover says...

3 from 9 points remind you of anyone. wrong man for the job.Shebby
3 from 9 points remind you of anyone. wrong man for the job.Shebby 1952 rover
  • Score: -3

8:06am Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

glm1970 wrote:
Unfortunately it would appear that too many people are commenting on games whilst they are still protesting. It is fair to say we have not played well however today there was a fundamental difference in the performance. More offensive, better possession and players looking confident on the ball. Danny Murphy getting applauded when he left the field says such a lot. The astmoshphere was much better even though the numbers were still very low. It now needs those supporters who said they would come back when kean had gone and a new manager was in, put their words into actions and come and support their team.
It's no good appealing on here for the missing supporters to return. There are but a handful who comment on here.
The thousands out there who haven't come back have done so for their own good reasons.
There needs to be some fundamental changes at the club, FROM THE VERY TOP, in their attitude towards the fans. That means the owners getting off their high horses and interacting with the fans, their customers, or at least speaking to them. Their arrogance has driven many away.
Next door to me there are a family of five who will not go again for that very reason. Multiply that by the stay aways in your street and the answer is there.
Of course there are the 'glory hunters' as there are at any club, but Venkeys aren't helping themselves.
[quote][p][bold]glm1970[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately it would appear that too many people are commenting on games whilst they are still protesting. It is fair to say we have not played well however today there was a fundamental difference in the performance. More offensive, better possession and players looking confident on the ball. Danny Murphy getting applauded when he left the field says such a lot. The astmoshphere was much better even though the numbers were still very low. It now needs those supporters who said they would come back when kean had gone and a new manager was in, put their words into actions and come and support their team.[/p][/quote]It's no good appealing on here for the missing supporters to return. There are but a handful who comment on here. The thousands out there who haven't come back have done so for their own good reasons. There needs to be some fundamental changes at the club, FROM THE VERY TOP, in their attitude towards the fans. That means the owners getting off their high horses and interacting with the fans, their customers, or at least speaking to them. Their arrogance has driven many away. Next door to me there are a family of five who will not go again for that very reason. Multiply that by the stay aways in your street and the answer is there. Of course there are the 'glory hunters' as there are at any club, but Venkeys aren't helping themselves. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 6

8:18am Sun 11 Nov 12

stick to football says...

Talking about attendances. Times are difficult Christmas is coming with the expense that brings and in this league games come thick and fast 23 instead of 19 over the same period.

Do you really feel it is worth £29 to watch a game at this level. Quality is a big step down from Premiership in terms of teams and individuals.

Reality check - few Rovers players would be first choice players in Premiership 2 at most - the quality left during Keans reign - we need to build agian for the future and if that means two years in this division so be it - lets just get it right - up early and you come down quick and only Venkys and the cash would benefit not the supporters
Talking about attendances. Times are difficult Christmas is coming with the expense that brings and in this league games come thick and fast 23 instead of 19 over the same period. Do you really feel it is worth £29 to watch a game at this level. Quality is a big step down from Premiership in terms of teams and individuals. Reality check - few Rovers players would be first choice players in Premiership 2 at most - the quality left during Keans reign - we need to build agian for the future and if that means two years in this division so be it - lets just get it right - up early and you come down quick and only Venkys and the cash would benefit not the supporters stick to football
  • Score: 2

8:31am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.
All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".
SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?
Ah, now I understand where you're coming from.

Pouring out your vitriolic bile under the name of a true gentleman and Rovers' legend is a disgrace.

And what the f@ck is a "restrictment"? Oh, and a question mark goes after a question, not a statement; the clue's in the title. Ignorance, stupidity and prejudice; a dangerous combination.

No wonder you have found a soul mate in that other **** on here.

STC, do you really, honestly think the owners/club have dozens of bogus accounts on here? Do they really believe they think launching a campaign of some kind of half-@ssed psychological warfare against pr!cks like you on the LET website will make one jot of a difference?

Have you ever thought for one second, just one second, people may be feeling a touch more positive (remember that feeling?) and want to say so? Having said that, thinking would appear to be a challenge too far.

Obsession and paranoia - almost as dangerous a combination as your mate's; almost.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: 1-1 WE NEED TO BRING IN A PROPER DEFENSIVE COACH ,HENDRY WHEN HE PLAYED LACKED DISCIPLINE HE LOOKED FANCY WITH HIS FLYING DEFENSIVE HEADERS BUT USUALLY BERG OR OTHERS HAD TO COVER FOR HENDRY`S EGO , ROVERS AS A DEFENSIVE UNIT MUST KEEP THE SOLID LINE AS THE ROPE FROM RIGHT TO LEFT , WE MUST DEFEND IN A LINE . WE DO NOT WANT TO BE LIKE A BACK FOUR OF HENDRY`S ALL LOOK GREAT BUT MISTAKE RIDDEN. RHODES MUST ,MUST BE PLAYED WITHOUT ANY RESTRICTMENTS OF HIM HAVING TO DEFEND , THE GUY IS A NATURAL , HE WILL SCORE .THIS YOUNG GUY HAS THE FLAIR TO DO IT BUT HE MUST BE ALLOWED TO REST A LITTLE , WHILE WE DEFEND OUR LINES , YOU WILL SEE THE DIVIDENDS A "TALENTED" STRIKER CAN DO WHEN HE IS ALLOWED TO BE USED IN AND AROUND THE BOX AND NOT TO BE ASKED TO BE CHASING SHADOWS IN OR AROUND THE HALF WAY LINE.[/p][/quote]All true Ronnie, but as you well know there is little chance of Hendry going anywhere in the current "setup".[/p][/quote]SMELLTHECOFFEE, OUR GAME HAS BEEN CORRUPT SINCE SKY TOOK OVER IT , OUR TOWN TEAMS DO NOT BELONG TO US ANYMORE, AT ROVERS WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD OWNERS EVEN BEFORE JACK ,BUT JACK WAS A VERY WEALTHY AND A TRUE GENTLEMAN THAT TOOK CONTROL OF ROVERS AND TRUTH BE TOLD STARTED THE (FOOTBALL GREED IS GOOD SYNDROME)HE NEVER REALISED HE STARTED THAT BALL ROLLING ALL BE TOLD HE WOULD NEVER HAVE REALISED THE PANDORAS BOX HE WAS ABOUT TO OPEN UP WHEN ALL HE WANTED IN REALITY WAS TO SHARE IN HIS WEALTH WITH THE LOCAL BLACKBURN FOLK AND SHARE WITH THEM THE ENJOYMENT OF WINNING THINGS WITH ROVERS , HE WON THE TITLE, BUT UNBEKNOWN TO HIM / HIS PLAYERS NONE OF THEM IN REALITY HAD NO INTEREST IN ROVERS THEY ALL WERE THERE FOR JACKS MONEY., WHEN THE ROVERS SUPPORTERS WERE CHEERING THAT THEY WON THE TITLE THE PLAYERS WERE CHEERING THEY HAD ANOTHER 200K BONUS IN THE MONTHS PAY PACKET, BUT LOOK AT WHAT HAS HAPPENS , NOWADAYS A LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CANNOT COMPETE . WE CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE ,ABU DHABI`S/QATARI`S/NEW YORK JEWISH BUSINESSMEN, RUSSIAN JEWS, INDIAN HINDU BUSINESS ,SINGAPOREANS/ MALAYSIAN . JACK WALKERS OR THE BURNLEY BUTCHERS OR THE OLD MILL OWNERS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE WITH THESE BILLIONAIRES NOWADAYS ,WE HAVE LOST OUR NATIONAL SPORT, WE HAVE SOLD OUR SOUL ?[/p][/quote]Ah, now I understand where you're coming from. Pouring out your vitriolic bile under the name of a true gentleman and Rovers' legend is a disgrace. And what the f@ck is a "restrictment"? Oh, and a question mark goes after a question, not a statement; the clue's in the title. Ignorance, stupidity and prejudice; a dangerous combination. No wonder you have found a soul mate in that other **** on here. STC, do you really, honestly think the owners/club have dozens of bogus accounts on here? Do they really believe they think launching a campaign of some kind of half-@ssed psychological warfare against pr!cks like you on the LET website will make one jot of a difference? Have you ever thought for one second, just one second, people may be feeling a touch more positive (remember that feeling?) and want to say so? Having said that, thinking would appear to be a challenge too far. Obsession and paranoia - almost as dangerous a combination as your mate's; almost. whappen
  • Score: 2

8:37am Sun 11 Nov 12

Cumbrian Blue says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table.
I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one.
Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application.
Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display.
Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans.
I should have played golf!
Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!!
I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure.

Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes.

I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played.

The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good.

Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more.

All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!![/p][/quote]I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure. Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes. I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played. The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good. Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more. All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there. Cumbrian Blue
  • Score: 5

8:42am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.
He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!!
RUinsane say`s he doesn`t know where the TAPS is, very unusual ,he`s lying again , he was spotted there drinking with the some of the locals ,KEAN/HENDRY/SHAW , his drinking pals, RUinsane goes in every week to pick up his wages from them, How can one person have the time to keep commenting on any post that has the slightest negative comment about any of the NEW Rovers management ,its impossible, RUinsane must be doing this as his full time job it`s the only explanation that makes any sense , he knows how to "talk the talk" he`s all mouth , but I suppose he must get well paid for it.
Oh, for heaven's sake man.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!![/p][/quote]Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.[/p][/quote]He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!![/p][/quote]RUinsane say`s he doesn`t know where the TAPS is, very unusual ,he`s lying again , he was spotted there drinking with the some of the locals ,KEAN/HENDRY/SHAW , his drinking pals, RUinsane goes in every week to pick up his wages from them, How can one person have the time to keep commenting on any post that has the slightest negative comment about any of the NEW Rovers management ,its impossible, RUinsane must be doing this as his full time job it`s the only explanation that makes any sense , he knows how to "talk the talk" he`s all mouth , but I suppose he must get well paid for it.[/p][/quote]Oh, for heaven's sake man. whappen
  • Score: 0

8:44am Sun 11 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
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What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
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...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
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Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
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Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
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Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
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Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c



om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R



TI&feature=relat


ed
"YOU are living on borrowed time"

Says it all you dingle scum.
You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you?

I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat?

Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath.
Hahaha. Priceless.. Says the man whose name shouts "anal warrior"..

Unless mummy's lips are chapped then I've obviously got the wrong end of the stick... As did she it appears. So refreshing to wake up in the morning and spot another dingles so obsessed with Rovers.. Me I just skip past the Turdley game on The Football League Show.. If I want a laugh at something filthy and disgusting, I'd rather watch Family Guy.
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]"YOU are living on borrowed time" Says it all you dingle scum.[/p][/quote]You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you? I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat? Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath.[/p][/quote]Hahaha. Priceless.. Says the man whose name shouts "anal warrior".. Unless mummy's lips are chapped then I've obviously got the wrong end of the stick... As did she it appears. So refreshing to wake up in the morning and spot another dingles so obsessed with Rovers.. Me I just skip past the Turdley game on The Football League Show.. If I want a laugh at something filthy and disgusting, I'd rather watch Family Guy. blueblooded
  • Score: 1

8:53am Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Cumbrian Blue wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table.
I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one.
Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application.
Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display.
Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans.
I should have played golf!
Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!!
I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure.

Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes.

I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played.

The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good.

Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more.

All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there.
Well said, the improvements have been there for all to see in the last couple of games, although the points haul has been disappointing.
I'm glad Rochina has been given a chance at last, Vuckevic also, and once we get that first win under our belts we could have quite a successful season. It's a long season and a couple of back to back wins will put us right back up there.
[quote][p][bold]Cumbrian Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!![/p][/quote]I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure. Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes. I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played. The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good. Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more. All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there.[/p][/quote]Well said, the improvements have been there for all to see in the last couple of games, although the points haul has been disappointing. I'm glad Rochina has been given a chance at last, Vuckevic also, and once we get that first win under our belts we could have quite a successful season. It's a long season and a couple of back to back wins will put us right back up there. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

8:57am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

1952 rover wrote:
3 from 9 points remind you of anyone. wrong man for the job.Shebby
I thought it was only two out of nine by the way; he obviously should have got the hook after the Palace game. I mean, he'd had at least two days to sort things out, what had he been doing all that time for heaven's sake?

Allow me to remind you; the man has been in the job for about ten days.

What exactly do you expect? Exorcising the ghost of Kean is going to be a long, drawn out process. Especially when you see the "support" he has from those above him.

Are you listening, Mr Shaw?
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: 3 from 9 points remind you of anyone. wrong man for the job.Shebby[/p][/quote]I thought it was only two out of nine by the way; he obviously should have got the hook after the Palace game. I mean, he'd had at least two days to sort things out, what had he been doing all that time for heaven's sake? Allow me to remind you; the man has been in the job for about ten days. What exactly do you expect? Exorcising the ghost of Kean is going to be a long, drawn out process. Especially when you see the "support" he has from those above him. Are you listening, Mr Shaw? whappen
  • Score: 3

9:04am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

Cumbrian Blue wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote: I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!!
I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure. Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes. I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played. The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good. Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more. All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there.
Careful, that sounds far too rational and, oh my God, positive.

Prat 1 and prat 2 will be all over you like a rash.

"Another suspect account on here..." blah de blah de blah.
[quote][p][bold]Cumbrian Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!![/p][/quote]I was pleasantly surprised by Murphy today. In fact he will improve further. Yes Murphy has been terrible until now but in his defence his team mates had no provided any movement for him to play with. Playing with shape and moving into space is what causes openings. This is what Berg has brought to the table already. Rochina was everywhere today. Berg is building his team around him. If you give a player a free role and it is done properly then it takes pressure of the midfield as the pass is easier to find for the person who has the ball and is under pressure. Rochina's improvement was that he didn't try to beat everybody and found some excellent passes. I am surprised few posters have mentioned the style of play in terms of the HUGE difference in style. Very little hoofball. The ball was generally played on the deck. Berg clearly knows how he wants to see the game played. The atmosphere towards the end was excellent. Other than the teams performance the most noticeable plus was the overall feeling/sense of confidence around Ewood as the game wore on. In other words no negative vibes. T'was all good. Give Berg some time. He'll start winning with what he has at his disposal now and then with the intro of a No 9 and genuine leader at the centre of defence we will start to progress even more. All in all a VAST improvement. Well done to Henning, the players and those that were there.[/p][/quote]Careful, that sounds far too rational and, oh my God, positive. Prat 1 and prat 2 will be all over you like a rash. "Another suspect account on here..." blah de blah de blah. whappen
  • Score: 1

9:27am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

RUinsane wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
mr smooth wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation
who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season)....
You're starting to win me over, I did a bit of digging too and what I found out, has put me in fear of disappearing forever. Hughes industries, that being howard hughes mastered Nano technology, what you thought was someone winking at the bench was in fact him taking a picture of a ball swap going on, the ball is in fact a small spaceship controlled by NANOBOTS that take instructions from Sky sports central. A certain super agent issues all pundits with the outcomes of all matches so they can rake in the cash in a massive betting ring. I didn't beleive it at first but when I heard MLT saying that he put a quid on southampton to draw with sansea 1-1 and I realised he would end up winning £2 I thought thats 100% profit in 95 minutes, so I've studied a lot of video tape and can confirm that the second planes wings disappeared before it hits the tower so it was a hologram. Just like the 7 goal drubbing we took off United. That was a hologram as well. Better go, we're being monitored.
Quality, RU.

Perhaps we should remind prat 1 and prat 2 this is Blackburn Rovers Football Club, not 1930's Chicago.

Mind you, have you noticed how nobody wins the Euro- lottery for weeks..... then somebody does? F@cking suspicious if you ask me.

"...Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players. Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club. I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy ..."

Absolutely priceless.

These people really haven't watched much football have they? Or maybe it is all just a bit too confusing for them.

Or maybe it goes deeper and they just need therapy.
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr smooth[/bold] wrote: I totally agree with you Smelly.Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players.Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club.I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy but I agree the truth will come out from this currupt organisation[/p][/quote]who could forget City's 8-1 loss away to Middlesbrough (again, final game of season)....[/p][/quote]You're starting to win me over, I did a bit of digging too and what I found out, has put me in fear of disappearing forever. Hughes industries, that being howard hughes mastered Nano technology, what you thought was someone winking at the bench was in fact him taking a picture of a ball swap going on, the ball is in fact a small spaceship controlled by NANOBOTS that take instructions from Sky sports central. A certain super agent issues all pundits with the outcomes of all matches so they can rake in the cash in a massive betting ring. I didn't beleive it at first but when I heard MLT saying that he put a quid on southampton to draw with sansea 1-1 and I realised he would end up winning £2 I thought thats 100% profit in 95 minutes, so I've studied a lot of video tape and can confirm that the second planes wings disappeared before it hits the tower so it was a hologram. Just like the 7 goal drubbing we took off United. That was a hologram as well. Better go, we're being monitored.[/p][/quote]Quality, RU. Perhaps we should remind prat 1 and prat 2 this is Blackburn Rovers Football Club, not 1930's Chicago. Mind you, have you noticed how nobody wins the Euro- lottery for weeks..... then somebody does? F@cking suspicious if you ask me. "...Something just doesn't feel right about how we used to concede very late in games,and the lack of effort by a lot of good players. Suprisingly after Venky's took over our once proud club. I watched ever home game last season and got extremely angry not being able to put my finger on why we inexplicably just couldn't beat very ordinary opposition,then like you say could't even manage 1 shot against at the time a poor Tottenham side.Very fishy ..." Absolutely priceless. These people really haven't watched much football have they? Or maybe it is all just a bit too confusing for them. Or maybe it goes deeper and they just need therapy. whappen
  • Score: 3

9:38am Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed
"YOU are living on borrowed time" Says it all you dingle scum.
You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you? I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat? Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath.
I could't say I agree with all the points you have raised and I wouldn't dream of commenting on prat1's preferences in that particular department,but perhaps you can now see what we are up against?
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]"YOU are living on borrowed time" Says it all you dingle scum.[/p][/quote]You really Are quite the angry fellow aren't you? I thought that taking all those muscle relaxants to allow your 6'8" Swedish boyfriend Johan easier entry would have calmed you down somewhat? Maybe it's the football that you're watching that's making you so frustrated and angry. You could always stay away and boycott like the other plastic thousands until your back in the Premiership? But having said that , you're in for a very long wait so don't hold your halitosis stenched breath.[/p][/quote]I could't say I agree with all the points you have raised and I wouldn't dream of commenting on prat1's preferences in that particular department,but perhaps you can now see what we are up against? whappen
  • Score: 0

9:53am Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back!

I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win.

I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again!
The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again! carlmc1
  • Score: 8

10:05am Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

carlmc1 wrote:
The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back!

I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win.

I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again!
What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???
[quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again![/p][/quote]What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ??? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

10:19am Sun 11 Nov 12

Fyrover says...

A target man is needed,hopefully Leon Best will be back ASAP.I saw him at Fleetwood and before the injury he look very good
Jordon Rhodes is a natural goal scorer ,however he is not at his best with his back to goal.Henning knows this and that is why RR was trying to thread those angled balls for JR to run on to.
This needs to be encouraged by us supporters even when it does not come off.
3 decent passes per game for JR to run on to and we can walk this league.
A target man is needed,hopefully Leon Best will be back ASAP.I saw him at Fleetwood and before the injury he look very good Jordon Rhodes is a natural goal scorer ,however he is not at his best with his back to goal.Henning knows this and that is why RR was trying to thread those angled balls for JR to run on to. This needs to be encouraged by us supporters even when it does not come off. 3 decent passes per game for JR to run on to and we can walk this league. Fyrover
  • Score: 4

10:36am Sun 11 Nov 12

buzzinfly says...

I actually enjoyed being at Ewood yesterday, I forgot what that felt like.
Cheers Henning.
I actually enjoyed being at Ewood yesterday, I forgot what that felt like. Cheers Henning. buzzinfly
  • Score: 8

10:50am Sun 11 Nov 12

MatthewCA says...

We played some good football in the last couple of matches, but Win matters to be in the top of the league, Good to see some noice, support in Ewood after a long time, Thanks.

On 17th Nov, we are on road again and there is breathing time till next match, Berg should ask all the 25 member first team players to be alert as professional footballers and study the opponents game specially The Posh did a good game against Huddersfield and Derby. They can upset good team.
Now we are in a position to WIN at least 23 matches from the available 30 for this championship. If we draw all the matches like we are doing now, we will sit in the mid table and forget about the prem for another 4 years. So It is time to gain the winning momentum back, if Berg want additional top class players, he should open up soon and fix the gaps. If we spend now, it is better. We already lost few good matches with our defense and midfield mistakes, which is showing some thing is not connected and co-related to produce the correct passes and control the ball.

If we reach in the playoff stage, it is risk to win and highly critical to control emotions in Blackburn.

Best wishes..........Chee
rs FANS.
We played some good football in the last couple of matches, but Win matters to be in the top of the league, Good to see some noice, support in Ewood after a long time, Thanks. On 17th Nov, we are on road again and there is breathing time till next match, Berg should ask all the 25 member first team players to be alert as professional footballers and study the opponents game specially The Posh did a good game against Huddersfield and Derby. They can upset good team. Now we are in a position to WIN at least 23 matches from the available 30 for this championship. If we draw all the matches like we are doing now, we will sit in the mid table and forget about the prem for another 4 years. So It is time to gain the winning momentum back, if Berg want additional top class players, he should open up soon and fix the gaps. If we spend now, it is better. We already lost few good matches with our defense and midfield mistakes, which is showing some thing is not connected and co-related to produce the correct passes and control the ball. If we reach in the playoff stage, it is risk to win and highly critical to control emotions in Blackburn. Best wishes..........Chee rs FANS. MatthewCA
  • Score: 2

11:06am Sun 11 Nov 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
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...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
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Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
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Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
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Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
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Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R

TI&feature=relat
ed
So, Smelly this is your response in garnering what you call the 'TRUTH' ?

It reads as a jumbled mess of conjecture authored by a cretin with little or nothing else to do with your day(s)

Every single person who opines on these boards know just what they have had to endure in regards these last two years or so. The simple fact of the matter is, and I'm sure all agree, this takeover and it's resultant consequences have put BRFC on it's backside, but as ardent and dedicated supporters of BRFC we look to the future with hope if not with a little trepidation.

No-one can deny that much as still to be done in restoring that which BRFC supporters have become accustomed these previous 20 years, but the reality is there for all to see, and the only way in resurrecting the days of success is by supporting it particularly now that BRFC is on it's backside.

This situation that BRFC finds itself in regards people staying away from Ewood is nothing new. History suggest it, and for those who choose to attend and give their support in these days of evil presidency have my respect because BRFC is in their hearts and soul.

Fools ? I don't think so !

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]So, Smelly this is your response in garnering what you call the 'TRUTH' ? It reads as a jumbled mess of conjecture authored by a cretin with little or nothing else to do with your day(s) Every single person who opines on these boards know just what they have had to endure in regards these last two years or so. The simple fact of the matter is, and I'm sure all agree, this takeover and it's resultant consequences have put BRFC on it's backside, but as ardent and dedicated supporters of BRFC we look to the future with hope if not with a little trepidation. No-one can deny that much as still to be done in restoring that which BRFC supporters have become accustomed these previous 20 years, but the reality is there for all to see, and the only way in resurrecting the days of success is by supporting it particularly now that BRFC is on it's backside. This situation that BRFC finds itself in regards people staying away from Ewood is nothing new. History suggest it, and for those who choose to attend and give their support in these days of evil presidency have my respect because BRFC is in their hearts and soul. Fools ? I don't think so ! Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
  • Score: 5

11:12am Sun 11 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
French Rover wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....
what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa
Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide.
.
What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!!
.
...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton??
.
Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially!
.
Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!!
.
Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!!
.
Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal...
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R

TI&feature=relat
ed
We are doomed. The end is nigh. God help us all...except smell who's going to be fine because he saw it coming a mile off!

Paranoid Android
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: no comments for 5 minutes then suddenly a slurry of comments from our "friends"....[/p][/quote]what a sad life you have smelly...just sitting in front of your computer waiting for a Rovers fan to post a comment - then you can pounce and spout all of your usual drivel and lies. You probably have no friends to talk to but coming on here and becoming a figure of pity and fun is not the answer for you. Now go away and play elsewhere and give all proper Rovers fans a rest from your incessant bleatings....Baa[/p][/quote]Yes...but the thing is the press know what's going on...you must have noticed. It's only a matter of time before the authorities finish gathering the evidence together and they will pounce. You are living on borrowed time. A number of high profile individuals could be in very serious trouble...and I'm not just talking about at Rovers either. The net is cast far and wide. . What a shame QPR lost again today...they showed so much promise last season at the Etihad Stadium. Who would have thought City would equalise in the 90th minute and then go on to win it??...the odds must have been off the scale!!! . ...and those guys on SSN were SO excited (they like a flutter don't they?)...remind me...who is Charlie Nicholas's agent again?? Oh yeah...wasn't it the same guy who arranged the first takeover of City?? Didn't MLT also admit to trying to fix a bet when he played for Southampton?? . Back to City...they were managed by SGE - remember the NOTW sheikh?? Where SGE was interested in taking over a club to benefit financially! . Then City were managed by Hughesy of course!!! Didn't Hughesy's Fulham go on an amazing run of 2-1 games before leaving out of the blue. Wow all these coincidences!!! . Of course then there is the game at Spurs (who just happen to have Tim Sherwood in their ranks) where Rovers failed to shoot on target in the entire 90 mins...with a player coming off winking at the bench. Then Harry was incredibly overlooked for the England job and then sacked by Spurs. His name was then linked with the Rovers job - as was Sherwood and McKinlay - but took him 3 days to deny all knowledge!! . Such coincidences!! But let's go back to City's title win. Check out the "defending" for the goal... http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=l4_yErY0R TI&feature=relat ed[/p][/quote]We are doomed. The end is nigh. God help us all...except smell who's going to be fine because he saw it coming a mile off! Paranoid Android Rovers75
  • Score: 2

11:27am Sun 11 Nov 12

kfc yummy says...

kazluvsrovers wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!!
Why have Ipswich made may day?
[quote][p][bold]kazluvsrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!![/p][/quote]Why have Ipswich made may day? kfc yummy
  • Score: 0

11:28am Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again!
What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???
It's beyone me mate, it really is!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again![/p][/quote]What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???[/p][/quote]It's beyone me mate, it really is! carlmc1
  • Score: 1

11:42am Sun 11 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

Mike Oxsore wrote:
Just watching the football league show right now and I have to say WOW, it looks packed at Trampwood with all those returning fans, how did they all get inside the ground?
Did you cheer when Brum scored? Go on, admit it, you did didn't you.

Then rogered the whippet again.
[quote][p][bold]Mike Oxsore[/bold] wrote: Just watching the football league show right now and I have to say WOW, it looks packed at Trampwood with all those returning fans, how did they all get inside the ground?[/p][/quote]Did you cheer when Brum scored? Go on, admit it, you did didn't you. Then rogered the whippet again. Rovers75
  • Score: 2

11:47am Sun 11 Nov 12

Nuttall Street says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
M.DANNY wrote:
Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.
Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons.
It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.
Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen.
Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job.
What a shambles! VENKYS OUT!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.[/p][/quote]Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons. It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.[/p][/quote]Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job. What a shambles! VENKYS OUT! Nuttall Street
  • Score: 3

12:09pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Nuttall Street says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
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Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners.
Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football. Nuttall Street
  • Score: 2

12:20pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
M.DANNY wrote:
Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.
Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons.
It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.
Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen.
Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job.
What a shambles! VENKYS OUT!
.....Hi Nuttall Street.

"It might have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice"

I agree but when DID Venkeys explain anything to the fans. Do we matter to them ? It seems not and that annoys me greatly.
As I commented in an earlier post, I have neighbours who used to spend £2,500 a year (season tickets, travelling and spending money at the ground ) supporting Rovers, but now no longer go as they "Don't feel valued"
Venkeys PR skills leave a lot to be desired so the club shouldn't complain about low attendances.
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.[/p][/quote]Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons. It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.[/p][/quote]Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job. What a shambles! VENKYS OUT![/p][/quote].....Hi Nuttall Street. "It might have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice" I agree but when DID Venkeys explain anything to the fans. Do we matter to them ? It seems not and that annoys me greatly. As I commented in an earlier post, I have neighbours who used to spend £2,500 a year (season tickets, travelling and spending money at the ground ) supporting Rovers, but now no longer go as they "Don't feel valued" Venkeys PR skills leave a lot to be desired so the club shouldn't complain about low attendances. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

12:28pm Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance! carlmc1
  • Score: 2

12:37pm Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

By the way the run I mentioned above included a run of Six consecutive defeats!

It just reiterates that not every succesful manager is imune from a bad run.
By the way the run I mentioned above included a run of Six consecutive defeats! It just reiterates that not every succesful manager is imune from a bad run. carlmc1
  • Score: 0

1:01pm Sun 11 Nov 12

euxtonblue says...

despite a 1-1 draw at home to lowly brum the general mood post match in blues bar was optimistic! played some good stuff and danny m finally showed his class, some excellent young talent on show! ps always had a soft spot for ITFC!!!
despite a 1-1 draw at home to lowly brum the general mood post match in blues bar was optimistic! played some good stuff and danny m finally showed his class, some excellent young talent on show! ps always had a soft spot for ITFC!!! euxtonblue
  • Score: 0

1:10pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Saeran says...

It is disappointing to come on this post to read what the REAL fans of Blackburn think about the result of the game and whether things have started to look brighter.

Then the thread is hijacked by a group of rather sad individuals, who rather than support and follow their own club, make comments that are verging on the offensive to read.

Just follow your own club and stop trolling in order to get a response?
It is disappointing to come on this post to read what the REAL fans of Blackburn think about the result of the game and whether things have started to look brighter. Then the thread is hijacked by a group of rather sad individuals, who rather than support and follow their own club, make comments that are verging on the offensive to read. Just follow your own club and stop trolling in order to get a response? Saeran
  • Score: 1

1:10pm Sun 11 Nov 12

tiojo says...

It seems the damage done to the club by the badly handled Steve Kean saga is more serious than was thought. First home game for the new manager and an attendance still well down on what it should have been. It seems those fans who were forced into a boycott by the owners are not returning. There will be all sorts of reasons but many of them will simply have got out of the habit of attending matches. The financial damage to the club of lower attendances will have a long term effect. But do the owners recognise this problem?
It seems the damage done to the club by the badly handled Steve Kean saga is more serious than was thought. First home game for the new manager and an attendance still well down on what it should have been. It seems those fans who were forced into a boycott by the owners are not returning. There will be all sorts of reasons but many of them will simply have got out of the habit of attending matches. The financial damage to the club of lower attendances will have a long term effect. But do the owners recognise this problem? tiojo
  • Score: 3

1:15pm Sun 11 Nov 12

walshy2866 says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table.
I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one.
Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application.
Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display.
Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans.
I should have played golf!
Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!!
How did you see all this good play and Douglas on the pitch from the golf course? Cos that's were you were going 3 days ago. Maybe you got a free ticket or you imagined it was 2 years ago when this was a premiership game?
Good liars have to have good memories.
No doubt you'll report this and get it removed like you do with other home truths you don't like hearing, just like the snitch did at school, but at least I know you're a bull5hitter and that's good enough for me
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: I expect that not many on this site will join me in allowing Steve Kean a wry chuckle as he looks at the league table and seeing the team seven places lower than his last game in charge and his much lauded successor having amassed two points friom a possible nine from teams lower in the table. I admit that we played some nice football today but at this stage in the season I would prefer three ugly points than one pretty one. Much has been said about the transformation of Danny Murphy under Henning Berg but I would argue that this says rather less about Henning's managerial genius than Murphy's attitude and application. Our goal came from a penalty and we conceded to another woeful defensive display. Finally, for Shebby, the Snake to come on the pitch with his arm around Bryan Douglas, a player he has never seen and probably never heard of, was nothing short of sickmaking and further evidence of the depths that this snake will slither to ingratiate himself with the fans. I should have played golf! Keep those thumbs down coming! I am going for the record!!![/p][/quote]How did you see all this good play and Douglas on the pitch from the golf course? Cos that's were you were going 3 days ago. Maybe you got a free ticket or you imagined it was 2 years ago when this was a premiership game? Good liars have to have good memories. No doubt you'll report this and get it removed like you do with other home truths you don't like hearing, just like the snitch did at school, but at least I know you're a bull5hitter and that's good enough for me walshy2866
  • Score: 1

1:32pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Bazzer says...

Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better.
Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die.
Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly! Bazzer
  • Score: -1

1:57pm Sun 11 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
.
Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners.
Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
It was his second paranoid paragraph Nuttal.. Smellmyfinger doesn't do himself any favours.
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]It was his second paranoid paragraph Nuttal.. Smellmyfinger doesn't do himself any favours. blueblooded
  • Score: 0

2:09pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Iiii1111 says...

Bazzer wrote:
Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better.
Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die.
Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly![/p][/quote]still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-) Iiii1111
  • Score: 1

2:14pm Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week.

During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all!

Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would? carlmc1
  • Score: 2

2:37pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

carlmc1 wrote:
Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week.

During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all!

Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ?

It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it.

If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey.

Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all.

I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
[quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 6

2:43pm Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on.

Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it! carlmc1
  • Score: 4

2:48pm Sun 11 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

whappen wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
givet82 wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding
Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....
Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!!
Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.
He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!!
RUinsane say`s he doesn`t know where the TAPS is, very unusual ,he`s lying again , he was spotted there drinking with the some of the locals ,KEAN/HENDRY/SHAW , his drinking pals, RUinsane goes in every week to pick up his wages from them, How can one person have the time to keep commenting on any post that has the slightest negative comment about any of the NEW Rovers management ,its impossible, RUinsane must be doing this as his full time job it`s the only explanation that makes any sense , he knows how to "talk the talk" he`s all mouth , but I suppose he must get well paid for it.
Oh, for heaven's sake man.
Yeah you caught me out lying again. I know where the Taps is. They's in the bathroom. I'm mister BIG in the bathroom, you can often see me in there offering myself out. in that big mirror, the one with the agency on the other side filming our every move.
[quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]givet82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]well said a darener! Best i've seen rovers for years. Smelly needs a good hiding[/p][/quote]Well...I'll pop down to the Taps one night and you can try your best....[/p][/quote]Smelly please please please tell me when you are there. I will happy break them fingers for you just to stop you coming on here and abusing real Rovers fans. So unless you can type with your feet (while eating them bananas with your feet) you will at least be off here for a good few weeks. You are a t++++r!!![/p][/quote]Don't worry "Big Man" I'll surprise you.[/p][/quote]He looks like the taxi driver in Royston Vasey!!![/p][/quote]RUinsane say`s he doesn`t know where the TAPS is, very unusual ,he`s lying again , he was spotted there drinking with the some of the locals ,KEAN/HENDRY/SHAW , his drinking pals, RUinsane goes in every week to pick up his wages from them, How can one person have the time to keep commenting on any post that has the slightest negative comment about any of the NEW Rovers management ,its impossible, RUinsane must be doing this as his full time job it`s the only explanation that makes any sense , he knows how to "talk the talk" he`s all mouth , but I suppose he must get well paid for it.[/p][/quote]Oh, for heaven's sake man.[/p][/quote]Yeah you caught me out lying again. I know where the Taps is. They's in the bathroom. I'm mister BIG in the bathroom, you can often see me in there offering myself out. in that big mirror, the one with the agency on the other side filming our every move. RUinsane
  • Score: -1

2:50pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Nuttall Street says...

carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
[quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean. Nuttall Street
  • Score: 2

3:00pm Sun 11 Nov 12

carlmc1 says...

Hi Nuttall,

I accept what you are saying, but feel most supporters are just happy that we have a manager who has done it at the top, isn't lying through his teeth to us and will genuinely give us a chance of progress.

I know we would all like to go up this season, but if that takes a bit of time then so be it. We took 2 seasons last time and Souness halted the slide in his first season, before moving up a gear and achieving promotion in his first full season.

If Henning Berg mirrors that, I for one will be delighted.
Hi Nuttall, I accept what you are saying, but feel most supporters are just happy that we have a manager who has done it at the top, isn't lying through his teeth to us and will genuinely give us a chance of progress. I know we would all like to go up this season, but if that takes a bit of time then so be it. We took 2 seasons last time and Souness halted the slide in his first season, before moving up a gear and achieving promotion in his first full season. If Henning Berg mirrors that, I for one will be delighted. carlmc1
  • Score: 3

3:03pm Sun 11 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe
It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe merlinrabbit
  • Score: 1

3:17pm Sun 11 Nov 12

juanbbien says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe
I quite agree its really tedious all the Rovers, Burnley banter, Trampwood,Turd moor,six fingered Dingles,Imbreds,Your sisters calling,blah,blah and think we have heard them all umpteen times about time to give it a rest.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe[/p][/quote]I quite agree its really tedious all the Rovers, Burnley banter, Trampwood,Turd moor,six fingered Dingles,Imbreds,Your sisters calling,blah,blah and think we have heard them all umpteen times about time to give it a rest. juanbbien
  • Score: 1

3:54pm Sun 11 Nov 12

French Rover says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
M.DANNY wrote:
Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.
Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons.
It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.
Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen.
Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job.
What a shambles! VENKYS OUT!
.....Hi Nuttall Street.

"It might have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice"

I agree but when DID Venkeys explain anything to the fans. Do we matter to them ? It seems not and that annoys me greatly.
As I commented in an earlier post, I have neighbours who used to spend £2,500 a year (season tickets, travelling and spending money at the ground ) supporting Rovers, but now no longer go as they "Don't feel valued"
Venkeys PR skills leave a lot to be desired so the club shouldn't complain about low attendances.
I believe all (non-corporate) supporters stopped being valued by clubs the day that Rupert Murdoch bought the rights to our beautiful game. (and took the heart and soul out of it)......its become a foreign mercenaries paradise (players and owners) and our game and our national side (and the normal supporters) are suffering for it. Venky's are rubbish as owners but then so are so many of all the other fat cats that infest and feed off our game now.

Rant over now....

Allez les Bleus
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: Berg's first home game,kids for only £1 but still only 14,000 crowds.Where are the other 10,000 crowds that supposed to come back o Ewood Park ? Venky must now spend spend spend on new players if BRFC wants a qucik return to the Premiership next season.Kean gone, no sights of those 10,000 fans returning back to Ewood Park ? Walker family please buy back this great club back from the Indians.BRFC needs those stayaway fans back to Ewood Park.BRFC,the players need your support and Berg needs your support more than ever.A lovely Saturday afternoon first home match for Berg and Kids for only £1 but there was only 14,000 crowds.Walkers gone and sold this great club to a family in India .Those stayaway fans are not helping th club at a time when this new manager the former Rover's boy need you to give the Rovers the support to help them win matches at home. Steve Kean must be smiling today only 14,000 crowds and no win at Ewood Park.[/p][/quote]Hi M Danny. The thousands staying away are staying away for their own reasons. It might help if Venkys started showing their fans / supporters a bit more respect, instead of ignoring them like they have done for the last two years.[/p][/quote]Yes, it would have been the right thing to do to explain why Henning Berg, a strange choice as manager, was appointed. It seems to me that would have paid the appropriate acknowledgement that it is the fans who pay to go through the turnstiles each week and that it would also have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice and the introduction that Henning got was Shabby telling the national news media that if Henning does not get promotion to the Premiership this season (a very distant possibility) then he will be out. In truth if Henning managed in his first season to correct all the damage Kean did then he would have done a good job. What a shambles! VENKYS OUT![/p][/quote].....Hi Nuttall Street. "It might have been a helpful introduction to Henning Berg getting him off to a good start with everyone understanding why he was chosen. Instead, Venkys gave no explanation of their choice" I agree but when DID Venkeys explain anything to the fans. Do we matter to them ? It seems not and that annoys me greatly. As I commented in an earlier post, I have neighbours who used to spend £2,500 a year (season tickets, travelling and spending money at the ground ) supporting Rovers, but now no longer go as they "Don't feel valued" Venkeys PR skills leave a lot to be desired so the club shouldn't complain about low attendances.[/p][/quote]I believe all (non-corporate) supporters stopped being valued by clubs the day that Rupert Murdoch bought the rights to our beautiful game. (and took the heart and soul out of it)......its become a foreign mercenaries paradise (players and owners) and our game and our national side (and the normal supporters) are suffering for it. Venky's are rubbish as owners but then so are so many of all the other fat cats that infest and feed off our game now. Rant over now.... Allez les Bleus French Rover
  • Score: 3

3:58pm Sun 11 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

juanbbien wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe
I quite agree its really tedious all the Rovers, Burnley banter, Trampwood,Turd moor,six fingered Dingles,Imbreds,Your sisters calling,blah,blah and think we have heard them all umpteen times about time to give it a rest.
Yeah it's sad, you try to ignore it but they keep on coming back to show how much they love it.

It's a sad day though when your team is improving and you get the usual sickos who couldn't be bothered going to match, getting here with their paranoia and insults. Berg has transformed thus team, someone mentioned style of play, but I remember the hunger more. For the first time in a long time we actually looked like we WANTED the win, almost like they were inspired and confident that it could be done.

It's this that had everyone so excited and as someone said made you feel like we'd lost because at times we were all over them, dominant and in control. How often have we been able to say that these past few years?

So even with a draw and lost points, its right that Rovers fans should come on here feeling upbeat and positive for the first time in a long while and understandable why the dingles and conspiracy loving naysayers trying to bring us down.

RTID
[quote][p][bold]juanbbien[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: It wouldnt surprise me to hear JA making claims of fans threatening his son again. Berg needs to ship him out pronto. Also somebody needs to get a grip of these comments pages. Burnley fans have degenerated the content and some Rovers fans have dropped to their level Theres barely anything worth reading on here anymore. Its the usual suspects talking tripe and often, offensive school boy tripe[/p][/quote]I quite agree its really tedious all the Rovers, Burnley banter, Trampwood,Turd moor,six fingered Dingles,Imbreds,Your sisters calling,blah,blah and think we have heard them all umpteen times about time to give it a rest.[/p][/quote]Yeah it's sad, you try to ignore it but they keep on coming back to show how much they love it. It's a sad day though when your team is improving and you get the usual sickos who couldn't be bothered going to match, getting here with their paranoia and insults. Berg has transformed thus team, someone mentioned style of play, but I remember the hunger more. For the first time in a long time we actually looked like we WANTED the win, almost like they were inspired and confident that it could be done. It's this that had everyone so excited and as someone said made you feel like we'd lost because at times we were all over them, dominant and in control. How often have we been able to say that these past few years? So even with a draw and lost points, its right that Rovers fans should come on here feeling upbeat and positive for the first time in a long while and understandable why the dingles and conspiracy loving naysayers trying to bring us down. RTID blueblooded
  • Score: 2

4:25pm Sun 11 Nov 12

owd nick says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning.
.
Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Wide, staring, bloodshot eyes, flaring nostrils, spittle flying all over the place as Smelly hammers the keyboard, tinfoil hat askew. lol.

Did you go Smelly? Because if you didn't you really don't qualify to comment do you?

As for me this was the first time in longer than I care to remember that I was looking forward to going to Ewood and I have to say that I really enjoyed the game, what a pity we just couldn't get the result we deserved.

Apart from a couple of missed passes Murphy was outstanding, Formica and Rochina a constant threat and at last both of the Olsen boys looked like they wanted to be on the pitch wearing the blue and white for the first time this season.

OK still a few problems in defence but if they continue to play like this the points will soon start to roll in.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Wide, staring, bloodshot eyes, flaring nostrils, spittle flying all over the place as Smelly hammers the keyboard, tinfoil hat askew. lol. Did you go Smelly? Because if you didn't you really don't qualify to comment do you? As for me this was the first time in longer than I care to remember that I was looking forward to going to Ewood and I have to say that I really enjoyed the game, what a pity we just couldn't get the result we deserved. Apart from a couple of missed passes Murphy was outstanding, Formica and Rochina a constant threat and at last both of the Olsen boys looked like they wanted to be on the pitch wearing the blue and white for the first time this season. OK still a few problems in defence but if they continue to play like this the points will soon start to roll in. owd nick
  • Score: 2

4:40pm Sun 11 Nov 12

zulu_sotv says...

Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so zulu_sotv
  • Score: 1

4:43pm Sun 11 Nov 12

zulu_sotv says...

Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so zulu_sotv
  • Score: 1

4:44pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Jack Herer says...

We need rid of Robinson between the sticks.

Been saying it for a while now. The sooner we replace Robinson, the sooner we return to the Prem.

Harsh but true.
We need rid of Robinson between the sticks. Been saying it for a while now. The sooner we replace Robinson, the sooner we return to the Prem. Harsh but true. Jack Herer
  • Score: -1

4:46pm Sun 11 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again!
What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???
Don't know Dave...what do you think?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again![/p][/quote]What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???[/p][/quote]Don't know Dave...what do you think? smellthecoffee
  • Score: 0

4:48pm Sun 11 Nov 12

owd nick says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it?

If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he?

And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice.

There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way.

So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them.

I know what I will be doing.

OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference.

Give the guy a chance.
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance. owd nick
  • Score: 1

5:05pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Stone Island: says...

zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
The return of the Dummy Brummie.
[quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]The return of the Dummy Brummie. Stone Island:
  • Score: 1

5:09pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Stone Island: says...

owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it?

If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he?

And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice.

There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way.

So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them.

I know what I will be doing.

OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference.

Give the guy a chance.
If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him?
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him? Stone Island:
  • Score: 2

5:12pm Sun 11 Nov 12

owd nick says...

Stone Island: wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it?

If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he?

And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice.

There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way.

So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them.

I know what I will be doing.

OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference.

Give the guy a chance.
If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him?
One can only hope lol.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him?[/p][/quote]One can only hope lol. owd nick
  • Score: -1

5:28pm Sun 11 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

Stone Island: wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.
If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him?
Like our "friend" said on here a week or so ago....Hughes is going nowhere...and he should know!!
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]If previous managerial records count for nothing, then we can expect Steve Kean to be back in the PL anytime soon can we? Maybe he'll replace Hughsie at QPR should they sack him?[/p][/quote]Like our "friend" said on here a week or so ago....Hughes is going nowhere...and he should know!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: 0

5:37pm Sun 11 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

blueblooded wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS!
shut up smelly you idiotic dingle. That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see. My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative. The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team. RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it!
Game was amazing??? You being serious there?? A 1-1 draw at home to a club that is 18th in the Championship?? Oh yeah...that must rank highly amongst the best ever days for Rovers!! Maybe someone out there being fed on a drip might believe the UTTER RUBBISH you spout on here from your NUMEROUS...NUMEROUS ACCOUNTS (in order to get the fans on your side) but the VAST MAJORITY DO NOT...hence the reason why people are still staying away....THEY DON'T LIKE BEING TAKEN FOR MUGS...AND THEY DON'T LIKE SELF SERVING GREEDY B@STARDS!!! THEY REFUSE TO LINE THE 'SYNDICATE'S' POCKETS!!
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS![/p][/quote]shut up smelly you idiotic dingle. That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see. My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative. The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team. RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it![/p][/quote]Game was amazing??? You being serious there?? A 1-1 draw at home to a club that is 18th in the Championship?? Oh yeah...that must rank highly amongst the best ever days for Rovers!! Maybe someone out there being fed on a drip might believe the UTTER RUBBISH you spout on here from your NUMEROUS...NUMEROUS ACCOUNTS (in order to get the fans on your side) but the VAST MAJORITY DO NOT...hence the reason why people are still staying away....THEY DON'T LIKE BEING TAKEN FOR MUGS...AND THEY DON'T LIKE SELF SERVING GREEDY B@STARDS!!! THEY REFUSE TO LINE THE 'SYNDICATE'S' POCKETS!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: -4

5:39pm Sun 11 Nov 12

ghost of sceptic says...

owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.
your right nick i thought we were much improved and slowly going in the right direction.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]your right nick i thought we were much improved and slowly going in the right direction. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 2

5:42pm Sun 11 Nov 12

zulu_sotv says...

>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE zulu_sotv
  • Score: -2

5:42pm Sun 11 Nov 12

zulu_sotv says...

>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE zulu_sotv
  • Score: -1

6:01pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Stone Island: says...

zulu_sotv wrote:
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
You call someone thick, and then post the same message twice. I think it may be you, that's thick.
[quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]You call someone thick, and then post the same message twice. I think it may be you, that's thick. Stone Island:
  • Score: 1

6:05pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Jack Herer says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
A Darener wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.
"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.
If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.
Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS!
shut up smelly you idiotic dingle. That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see. My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative. The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team. RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it!
Game was amazing??? You being serious there?? A 1-1 draw at home to a club that is 18th in the Championship?? Oh yeah...that must rank highly amongst the best ever days for Rovers!! Maybe someone out there being fed on a drip might believe the UTTER RUBBISH you spout on here from your NUMEROUS...NUMEROUS ACCOUNTS (in order to get the fans on your side) but the VAST MAJORITY DO NOT...hence the reason why people are still staying away....THEY DON'T LIKE BEING TAKEN FOR MUGS...AND THEY DON'T LIKE SELF SERVING GREEDY B@STARDS!!! THEY REFUSE TO LINE THE 'SYNDICATE'S' POCKETS!!
Shut up eh.

The vast majority wanted Kean gone. He's gone. The vast majority now want to give the new manager a fair chance.

These aren't "NUMEROUS" accounts, they are decent fans who just want to see Rovers do well now, not waiting around moaning until Christmas 2025.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Best game I have seen Rovers play for quite some time. Jennings has a big job on his hands but we can see the shoots of recovery growing slowly game by game. It was great to hear the fans singing for a new manager. Murphy had his best game in a Rovers shirt, Rochina. An himself into the ground. Henning knew just when to send on the subs. All in all they deserved 3 points but ok we have to settle for 1 but so far so good onwards and upwards. A little tweaking in Jan then we can take the run in by storm.[/p][/quote]"ONWARDS AND UPWARDS"....you really are taking the p1ss now pal.[/p][/quote]If you didn't go to the game then you have no say in how they played. After the rubbish we have put up with for the last two years then to see football being played and the endeavour of the players then I for one am prepared to give Henning a chance to turn these players into proper footballers. The fans appreciated the effort put in by the team.[/p][/quote]Yeah...just keep spouting your rubbish on here and you think people will believe you?? Well the attendance says it all....as does the result at home to 18th in the Championship!! . ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS![/p][/quote]shut up smelly you idiotic dingle. That game was amazing, a win would have made perfection but the 14k crowd gave it their all in support of the team and it was great to see. My only question as raised by others was Rochina coming off. What sublime skill on the ball! if i could get a recording of that game I'd love to watch him over again lol but he should have stayed on personally. I felt we lost some sharpness in the attack after he came off. Also Murphy proved today he can earn his captains armband, he was so much in control and creative. The best Rovers have played in a long long time and man did they look HUNGRY today. The results don't mirror the performance but the effort of the team and style of play.. Simon Vukcevic.. what an amazing talent - just shows how little Keanadonna knew about management keeping him out of the team. RTID - smelly and the dingles can kiss my shiny claret if you don't like it![/p][/quote]Game was amazing??? You being serious there?? A 1-1 draw at home to a club that is 18th in the Championship?? Oh yeah...that must rank highly amongst the best ever days for Rovers!! Maybe someone out there being fed on a drip might believe the UTTER RUBBISH you spout on here from your NUMEROUS...NUMEROUS ACCOUNTS (in order to get the fans on your side) but the VAST MAJORITY DO NOT...hence the reason why people are still staying away....THEY DON'T LIKE BEING TAKEN FOR MUGS...AND THEY DON'T LIKE SELF SERVING GREEDY B@STARDS!!! THEY REFUSE TO LINE THE 'SYNDICATE'S' POCKETS!![/p][/quote]Shut up eh. The vast majority wanted Kean gone. He's gone. The vast majority now want to give the new manager a fair chance. These aren't "NUMEROUS" accounts, they are decent fans who just want to see Rovers do well now, not waiting around moaning until Christmas 2025. Jack Herer
  • Score: 4

6:18pm Sun 11 Nov 12

GameRoverMan says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
GameRoverMan wrote:
When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours!
I think you'll find it was one of your accounts that threatened me first. What was it? I deserved a "hiding". I merely suggested I might pop into your favourite drinking hole to see if you wanted to try??
I know it's hard to believe in your paranoid little world, but some of us only have the one account. I have certainly never threatened you and you would have to travel a long way to get to my favourite drinking hole!
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GameRoverMan[/bold] wrote: When you start resorting to violence you have clearly lost the argument. Keep taking the chill pills smelly, not that I'm sure they will make much difference to that deluded brain of yours![/p][/quote]I think you'll find it was one of your accounts that threatened me first. What was it? I deserved a "hiding". I merely suggested I might pop into your favourite drinking hole to see if you wanted to try??[/p][/quote]I know it's hard to believe in your paranoid little world, but some of us only have the one account. I have certainly never threatened you and you would have to travel a long way to get to my favourite drinking hole! GameRoverMan
  • Score: 1

6:19pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again!
What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???
Don't know Dave...what do you think?
.......Dave????
I've always said, and still do believe, that all at Rovers is not what it seems.
That's my opinion.
Conspiracy theories !!.. I'm keeping an open mind.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: The main thing for me with yesterdays peformance was the difference in comitment by the players. In addition to that for the first time in 4 seasons we played it out from the back! I have never been a believer in the type of football where you smash it up field bypass the midfied and start to play in the final third. Some people may get enjoyment from that, but I don't, even when we win. I would obviously have preferred 3 points yesterday, but at least we are playing proper football again![/p][/quote]What a difference having a footballing man in charge. Why did Venkeys put up with Kean for almost two years ???[/p][/quote]Don't know Dave...what do you think?[/p][/quote].......Dave???? I've always said, and still do believe, that all at Rovers is not what it seems. That's my opinion. Conspiracy theories !!.. I'm keeping an open mind. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

6:24pm Sun 11 Nov 12

no ney never says...

zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
[quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar no ney never
  • Score: -3

6:42pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Jack Herer says...

zulu_sotv wrote:
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
Are you the gimp of the zulus who covers the opposition's online news sites?

Don't worry, that gimp sotv has got Rovers' local paper covered.
[quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]Are you the gimp of the zulus who covers the opposition's online news sites? Don't worry, that gimp sotv has got Rovers' local paper covered. Jack Herer
  • Score: 0

6:52pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Jack Herer says...

no ney never wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages?

Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages? Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never? Jack Herer
  • Score: 2

6:58pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Jack Herer wrote:
no ney never wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages?

Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?
Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers.

So yes, It's spite envy and anger.
[quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages? Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?[/p][/quote]Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers. So yes, It's spite envy and anger. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

7:00pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
no ney never wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages?

Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?
Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers.

So yes, It's spite envy and anger.
sorry ...34 years.. Even better.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages? Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?[/p][/quote]Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers. So yes, It's spite envy and anger.[/p][/quote]sorry ...34 years.. Even better. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

7:08pm Sun 11 Nov 12

kazluvsrovers says...

kfc yummy wrote:
kazluvsrovers wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure.

Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent )

I would like some deodorant please.
She asks - "ball or aerosol?"
He says - "No for my armpits."

BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995
Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!!
Why have Ipswich made may day?
Sorry about that kfc yummy my fingers were going too fast for the keyboard Ha Ha!
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazluvsrovers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Still without a win after 3 games the B******n manager is beginning to feel the pressure. Henning "Ice" Berg goes into Boots in Blackburn and says to assistant ( with Norwegian accent ) I would like some deodorant please. She asks - "ball or aerosol?" He says - "No for my armpits." BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN. SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Ipswich Town you have made may day!!!![/p][/quote]Why have Ipswich made may day?[/p][/quote]Sorry about that kfc yummy my fingers were going too fast for the keyboard Ha Ha! kazluvsrovers
  • Score: 0

7:11pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

no ney never wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
Small small club? To say your club is in the second biggest city and takes it's name, your support is an absolute embarrassment. Your mentality is clearly the same as those filthy dingles. The underdog in a bitter rivalry, with the exact same mentality. The only difference is the claret and blue in that rivalry are the success story.

By the way, no ney never, if your not envious, bitter or angry, then what is the obsession with hating another club first and supporting your own second? Why is playing Rovers all you talk about? Just because some Brum mincer comes on here posting utter tosh, that does not actually confirm what that all you jokers want to believe. The very fact you are constantly on here says it all you you silly boy. Laughing stock....we've been laughing at you sticky fingered odd balls for years. Now go away and try fathom why 2 out of your last 3 managers couldn't wait to get out of that rat pit....
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]Small small club? To say your club is in the second biggest city and takes it's name, your support is an absolute embarrassment. Your mentality is clearly the same as those filthy dingles. The underdog in a bitter rivalry, with the exact same mentality. The only difference is the claret and blue in that rivalry are the success story. By the way, no ney never, if your not envious, bitter or angry, then what is the obsession with hating another club first and supporting your own second? Why is playing Rovers all you talk about? Just because some Brum mincer comes on here posting utter tosh, that does not actually confirm what that all you jokers want to believe. The very fact you are constantly on here says it all you you silly boy. Laughing stock....we've been laughing at you sticky fingered odd balls for years. Now go away and try fathom why 2 out of your last 3 managers couldn't wait to get out of that rat pit.... Rovers75
  • Score: 3

7:12pm Sun 11 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
no ney never wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
Very one sided report.
Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game.
One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses.
12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so
Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think.

cluck cluck pwoar
You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages?

Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?
Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers.

So yes, It's spite envy and anger.
From what iv seen and know, hardly any championship clubs have good attendances. St Andrews always looks half empty and considering its in the 2nd city that's is a more significant indication of the support of a club. Its other fans who are still hung on our previous PL status and not really Rovers fans at all. We had 18 months of seeing it coming to an end so it wasn't the shock others make it out to be. The very presence of Burnley fans on here everyday in comparison to the often empty comments under Burnley news, contradicts Burnley fans claims. We are the most significant club to them.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: Very one sided report. Birmingham deserved at least a point from an exciting game. One point though 4 thousand turn up and nearly 2 thousand of them Bluenoses. 12 thousand fans = a Premiership outfit, dont think so[/p][/quote]Pleased you pointed that out zulu. They continue to believe they are still a premiership club and post all sorts of expletives in response to any one who says different. They claim Clarets who post such are being bitter, envious and angry. We have to regularly point out that this is not true and what a laughing stock they are, so its good that you are able to 'independantly' confirm what the rest of the footballing comunity think. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]You don't have to regularly point anything out, you choose to do so. And if it's not spite, envy or anger, then what's your motive for "regularly" posting on a rival's football pages? Would you say you've lived your life in a shadow no ney never?[/p][/quote]Of course he's lived his life in our shadow......It's been 24 years since he tasted victory over Rovers. So yes, It's spite envy and anger.[/p][/quote]From what iv seen and know, hardly any championship clubs have good attendances. St Andrews always looks half empty and considering its in the 2nd city that's is a more significant indication of the support of a club. Its other fans who are still hung on our previous PL status and not really Rovers fans at all. We had 18 months of seeing it coming to an end so it wasn't the shock others make it out to be. The very presence of Burnley fans on here everyday in comparison to the often empty comments under Burnley news, contradicts Burnley fans claims. We are the most significant club to them. merlinrabbit
  • Score: 2

7:50pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Fyrover says...

zulu_sotv wrote:
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
People from the north are from the north
People from the south are from the south
Where are you from?
Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has
contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore
[quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore Fyrover
  • Score: 0

8:24pm Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.
Sunderland - one win in the last eighteen PL games, or is it 19 now? Six league goals this season.

Who's their manager by the way?

Based on his "logic", I assume prat 1 wouldn't want him either.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]Sunderland - one win in the last eighteen PL games, or is it 19 now? Six league goals this season. Who's their manager by the way? Based on his "logic", I assume prat 1 wouldn't want him either. whappen
  • Score: 0

8:28pm Sun 11 Nov 12

no ney never says...

So there you are zulu, just as I said; a nasty bunch with a hunch who believe their club has any significance in football.

cluck cluck pwoar
So there you are zulu, just as I said; a nasty bunch with a hunch who believe their club has any significance in football. cluck cluck pwoar no ney never
  • Score: -2

8:29pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Rovers75 says...

Fyrover wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote:
>> The return of the Dummy Brummie.

Thick Northern Toss.

2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club

Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,?

NOPE
People from the north are from the north
People from the south are from the south
Where are you from?
Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has
contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore
The Austin Princess may have something to do with that..... or the Marina lol
[quote][p][bold]Fyrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore[/p][/quote]The Austin Princess may have something to do with that..... or the Marina lol Rovers75
  • Score: 0

8:43pm Sun 11 Nov 12

stick to football says...

One comes on this site to see what genuine fans thought of the game and find few making serious comment.

If they do they are pilloried

what a switch off this site has become
One comes on this site to see what genuine fans thought of the game and find few making serious comment. If they do they are pilloried what a switch off this site has become stick to football
  • Score: 5

9:00pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Nuttall Street says...

owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it?

If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he?

And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice.

There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way.

So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them.

I know what I will be doing.

OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference.

Give the guy a chance.
Hi Owd Nick,
You write in a most persuasive manner. Let us wait and let us hope.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]Hi Owd Nick, You write in a most persuasive manner. Let us wait and let us hope. Nuttall Street
  • Score: 0

9:07pm Sun 11 Nov 12

whappen says...

carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs.

Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything.

Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation.

I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken.

However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
[quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless. whappen
  • Score: 1

9:33pm Sun 11 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

whappen wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.
[quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.[/p][/quote]...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told. smellthecoffee
  • Score: 1

9:33pm Sun 11 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

no ney never wrote:
So there you are zulu, just as I said; a nasty bunch with a hunch who believe their club has any significance in football.

cluck cluck pwoar
Yet you still can't stay away whilst your articles whistle in the wind as a church bell rings in the distance and a tumbleweed rolls past.

You bell ends are addicted to the Rovers legacy, your second best, turd rate club with its pitiful following is as boring to you as it is uninteresting to the rest of us. Even our good neighbours Accy Stanley has more excitement about them with the player coach appointment than Sean Douche lamenting his first of many losses (taken from the title and the number of comments, I really couldn't spare the effort to open a Turdley article and read it).

So whilst you still hang on to everyone word written on every article and comment and whine about being mistreated after trying to get going an obvious rise, expect more of the same knuckle dragging, sister pleasing comments.

You are after all so worthy of such praise.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: So there you are zulu, just as I said; a nasty bunch with a hunch who believe their club has any significance in football. cluck cluck pwoar[/p][/quote]Yet you still can't stay away whilst your articles whistle in the wind as a church bell rings in the distance and a tumbleweed rolls past. You bell ends are addicted to the Rovers legacy, your second best, turd rate club with its pitiful following is as boring to you as it is uninteresting to the rest of us. Even our good neighbours Accy Stanley has more excitement about them with the player coach appointment than Sean Douche lamenting his first of many losses (taken from the title and the number of comments, I really couldn't spare the effort to open a Turdley article and read it). So whilst you still hang on to everyone word written on every article and comment and whine about being mistreated after trying to get going an obvious rise, expect more of the same knuckle dragging, sister pleasing comments. You are after all so worthy of such praise. blueblooded
  • Score: 2

9:38pm Sun 11 Nov 12

modan says...

So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.
So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg. modan
  • Score: 0

9:54pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

modan wrote:
So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.
........:-))
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.[/p][/quote]........:-)) Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:18pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Bazzer says...

Fyrover wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE
People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore
Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump.
[quote][p][bold]Fyrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore[/p][/quote]Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump. Bazzer
  • Score: 0

10:23pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Bazzer says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)
And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly![/p][/quote]still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)[/p][/quote]And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse? Bazzer
  • Score: -1

11:09pm Sun 11 Nov 12

modan says...

Bazzer wrote:
Fyrover wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE
People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore
Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump.
Right said Fred Blackburnistan population 140,000 only 14,000 turned up at Ewood Park to greet the new Manager on a great saturday afternoon.A town full of large Asian ( Indian) population with curry houses,Euro Garages,New Look,Acrrol Papers,Poundstrecher
s,Bestway cash and Carry,Star Tissues UK, Maida,Adhan Brothers,B &M ,Blackburn Rovers FC, (all Asian Business), Jack Straw,Barbara Castle,Lord Adam Patel, perhaps you need a tour of Blackburnistan.In UK Asian business,Land Rover/Jaguar,Tetley Tea,Northern Foods,Caparo Group,Dr Reddy,Laxmi Mittal UK's richest man who owns the world's largest steel companies.The Asians are the new jews in business and commerce.India and China the sleeping giants have woken up and will challenge the other economic powers like USA,Japan and EU.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fyrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore[/p][/quote]Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump.[/p][/quote]Right said Fred Blackburnistan population 140,000 only 14,000 turned up at Ewood Park to greet the new Manager on a great saturday afternoon.A town full of large Asian ( Indian) population with curry houses,Euro Garages,New Look,Acrrol Papers,Poundstrecher s,Bestway cash and Carry,Star Tissues UK, Maida,Adhan Brothers,B &M ,Blackburn Rovers FC, (all Asian Business), Jack Straw,Barbara Castle,Lord Adam Patel, perhaps you need a tour of Blackburnistan.In UK Asian business,Land Rover/Jaguar,Tetley Tea,Northern Foods,Caparo Group,Dr Reddy,Laxmi Mittal UK's richest man who owns the world's largest steel companies.The Asians are the new jews in business and commerce.India and China the sleeping giants have woken up and will challenge the other economic powers like USA,Japan and EU. modan
  • Score: 0

11:15pm Sun 11 Nov 12

RUinsane says...

Bazzer wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)
And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?
Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly![/p][/quote]still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)[/p][/quote]And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?[/p][/quote]Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy. RUinsane
  • Score: 0

11:22pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

modan wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Fyrover wrote:
zulu_sotv wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE
People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore
Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump.
Right said Fred Blackburnistan population 140,000 only 14,000 turned up at Ewood Park to greet the new Manager on a great saturday afternoon.A town full of large Asian ( Indian) population with curry houses,Euro Garages,New Look,Acrrol Papers,Poundstrecher

s,Bestway cash and Carry,Star Tissues UK, Maida,Adhan Brothers,B &M ,Blackburn Rovers FC, (all Asian Business), Jack Straw,Barbara Castle,Lord Adam Patel, perhaps you need a tour of Blackburnistan.In UK Asian business,Land Rover/Jaguar,Tetley Tea,Northern Foods,Caparo Group,Dr Reddy,Laxmi Mittal UK's richest man who owns the world's largest steel companies.The Asians are the new jews in business and commerce.India and China the sleeping giants have woken up and will challenge the other economic powers like USA,Japan and EU.
......... :-)
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fyrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]zulu_sotv[/bold] wrote: >> The return of the Dummy Brummie. Thick Northern Toss. 2 thousand fans and outsung at home again... small small club Will you be at St Andrews qith the usual couple of hundred Rovers fans ...,? NOPE[/p][/quote]People from the north are from the north People from the south are from the south Where are you from? Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore[/p][/quote]Tolkein, Black Sabbath, Cadburys, Baltis, Jewellery Quarter, Gun Quarter, UB40, H.P. sauce, Sir Francis Galton, Tony Hancock, Enoch Powell, John Peel, Steel Pulse. You need to get out more. Oh, and the Aston Expressway, straight out of the dump.[/p][/quote]Right said Fred Blackburnistan population 140,000 only 14,000 turned up at Ewood Park to greet the new Manager on a great saturday afternoon.A town full of large Asian ( Indian) population with curry houses,Euro Garages,New Look,Acrrol Papers,Poundstrecher s,Bestway cash and Carry,Star Tissues UK, Maida,Adhan Brothers,B &M ,Blackburn Rovers FC, (all Asian Business), Jack Straw,Barbara Castle,Lord Adam Patel, perhaps you need a tour of Blackburnistan.In UK Asian business,Land Rover/Jaguar,Tetley Tea,Northern Foods,Caparo Group,Dr Reddy,Laxmi Mittal UK's richest man who owns the world's largest steel companies.The Asians are the new jews in business and commerce.India and China the sleeping giants have woken up and will challenge the other economic powers like USA,Japan and EU.[/p][/quote]......... :-) Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

11:28pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Bazzer says...

RUinsane wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)
And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?
Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy.
Surely you can do a lot more with a d1ldo than you can do with a chicken.
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly![/p][/quote]still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)[/p][/quote]And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?[/p][/quote]Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy.[/p][/quote]Surely you can do a lot more with a d1ldo than you can do with a chicken. Bazzer
  • Score: -2

1:06am Mon 12 Nov 12

Stone Island: says...

Bazzer wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly!
still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)
And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?
Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy.
Surely you can do a lot more with a d1ldo than you can do with a chicken.
She'd know.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Nuttall Street mentions the football philosophy of Mrs. Desai, and it is the first time I have heard it. "Passing football". I now realise that she has overtaken me in my knowledge and experience of the beautiful game and we are in for a visual treat each time we watch Rovers. We are in safe hands and the quicker the Football League awards points for aesthetically pleasing soccer the better. Furthermore, I intend to write to the Premier League and demand that Stoke City and West Ham United are deducted points and will call upon them to ban Mr. Pulis and Mr. Allardyce sine die. Keep up the alternative voice Smelly![/p][/quote]still the same old record......deary me......we all realise smelly isn't well, whats your excuse;-)[/p][/quote]And the Hammers go up to 6th! What is your excuse?[/p][/quote]Still pining after the percentage game Bazzer, give it up and move on. Big Sam has gone. If you like, go support the Ammers and their d1ldo peddling hierarchy.[/p][/quote]Surely you can do a lot more with a d1ldo than you can do with a chicken.[/p][/quote]She'd know. Stone Island:
  • Score: 0

1:39am Mon 12 Nov 12

Stone Island: says...

modan wrote:
So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.
Another semi - literate Burnley B'stard. Is that your sister calling? You don't want your dad getting there first, do you?
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.[/p][/quote]Another semi - literate Burnley B'stard. Is that your sister calling? You don't want your dad getting there first, do you? Stone Island:
  • Score: 1

5:16am Mon 12 Nov 12

no ney never says...

You can at least copy and paste stone island, or did you make that up yourself? Whatever next from you sad, dull, un-imaginative dim wits...six fingers, inbreds, scruffs? What originalilty, your own level of literacy is truly staggerng...not.

cluck cluck copy paste
You can at least copy and paste stone island, or did you make that up yourself? Whatever next from you sad, dull, un-imaginative dim wits...six fingers, inbreds, scruffs? What originalilty, your own level of literacy is truly staggerng...not. cluck cluck copy paste no ney never
  • Score: -1

8:08am Mon 12 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

no ney never wrote:
You can at least copy and paste stone island, or did you make that up yourself? Whatever next from you sad, dull, un-imaginative dim wits...six fingers, inbreds, scruffs? What originalilty, your own level of literacy is truly staggerng...not.

cluck cluck copy paste
You are the sad Bst5ard on Rovers pages 24 hrs a day........5.16 AM Get a life.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: You can at least copy and paste stone island, or did you make that up yourself? Whatever next from you sad, dull, un-imaginative dim wits...six fingers, inbreds, scruffs? What originalilty, your own level of literacy is truly staggerng...not. cluck cluck copy paste[/p][/quote]You are the sad Bst5ard on Rovers pages 24 hrs a day........5.16 AM Get a life. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

8:19am Mon 12 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Look at this guy no nay never, Up at 5.16 am and straight onto Rovers pages.
This guy is totally obsessed with all things Blackburn Rovers. You need help mate.
I'm sorry you have not beaten us for 34 years as it has obviously ruined your life.
You sad, sorry individual.
Look at this guy no nay never, Up at 5.16 am and straight onto Rovers pages. This guy is totally obsessed with all things Blackburn Rovers. You need help mate. I'm sorry you have not beaten us for 34 years as it has obviously ruined your life. You sad, sorry individual. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

8:21am Mon 12 Nov 12

A Darener says...

As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile.
Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work.
As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile. Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work. A Darener
  • Score: 3

8:33am Mon 12 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Just. An aside, OGS retains his title. Is he the next Fergie?
Just. An aside, OGS retains his title. Is he the next Fergie? A Darener
  • Score: 0

8:35am Mon 12 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile.
Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work.
Hi Darener, I'm quietly optimistic too. Berg has certainly made a difference in such a short space of time. He's even got Murphy playing now. Dropping Orr and bringing Henley in has made the others realise they'd better pull their socks up or else.
Looking forward to the rest of the season now..
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile. Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work.[/p][/quote]Hi Darener, I'm quietly optimistic too. Berg has certainly made a difference in such a short space of time. He's even got Murphy playing now. Dropping Orr and bringing Henley in has made the others realise they'd better pull their socks up or else. Looking forward to the rest of the season now.. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

8:42am Mon 12 Nov 12

whappen says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.
Has your head not exploded yet?
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.[/p][/quote]...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.[/p][/quote]Has your head not exploded yet? whappen
  • Score: -1

8:44am Mon 12 Nov 12

owd nick says...

Nuttall Street wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Nuttall Street wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.
Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.
One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years!

Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance!
Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.
Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it?

If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he?

And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice.

There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way.

So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them.

I know what I will be doing.

OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference.

Give the guy a chance.
Hi Owd Nick,
You write in a most persuasive manner. Let us wait and let us hope.
Thank you.

I just call it as I see it.

Like it or not we were dying as a PL club long before Venky's took over, the manager wanted away, there was little or no money and I don't think I could have stood another season of that dreadful hump and rush style.

I am not defending Venky's, they have made some appauling decisions, but they do appear to be attempting to put things right.

And there is no point in looking back all the time, we cannot change the past but we can all learn from it.
[quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nuttall Street[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: That's 3 points out of a possible 33 that Berg has managed to achieve in his last 11 games as a "football manager". All the time the managers Rovers' would have got (if it wasn't for the corrupt 'consortium'), the likes of Mick McCarthy and Ian Holloway keep winning. . Just wait for them to come on here with their numerous bogus accounts, claiming Rovers played well and reason for hope, more time...etc etc etc. They're just treating the paying supporters like utter clowns.[/p][/quote]Why has this post proved so unpopular? It is merely a statement of facts. Hoping Henning Berg succeeds is surely what every fan wants. However, that is very different from hiding from the truth. The reaction to Smelly's post just underlines the anxiety about Henning Berg amongst the fans and, of course, the continuing realisation that in the Venky's Rovers have the worst possible owners. Henning Berg would not have been my choice. In fact he would not have been on my interview list, but I very much hope that he is a success. That is not changed by acknowledging his past record. In fact it is one of the questions about the appointment that Venky's have failed to answer along with every other piece of information about the appointment. The only insight into this appointment given out by the Venky's of which I am aware is that they were looking for someone who shared Mrs Desai's philosophy of passing football.[/p][/quote]One HUGE thing you are missing here is, it is possible to have a bad run as a manager no matter who you are. Two examples of this are Alex Ferguson coming extremely close to getting the bullet at Man U and also the disasterous run that Dalglish had at Ewood before we wont away at Plymouth on the final day of the season to secure sixth place, gain a play off place and make it in to the first ever season of the premier league. If you look at that record we won one in 13 games, hardly what you would expect of a man who would go on to guide us to out first top flight title in over 70 years! Dalglish as we all know went on to win the league for us, so do not knock Berg until he has been given a chance. I for one can already see a huge change in the style and method of football, we are playing and I am sure Berg will get us moving in the right direction. I sincerely hope he can get us up this season, if not give the giy a chance![/p][/quote]Hi Carl, you make a fair point and I agree with you. Nonetheless, I don't think it should be taboo to point out as Smellthe coffee did that Henning Berg's results record is not great and, therefore, his appointment is something of a gamble and one which would have been better supported with an explanation from the owners. I don't think any of that is knocking the new manager. In fact, if I may, I will go a little further and say that I think the weight of expectation being placed upon the new manager by his supporters is too great to be helpful. If expectations are too high then the result will be a backlash at some stage. So,all in, being realistic about how quickly HB can progress from where he has been to where fans would like him to get to is not a bad thing. Progress is not going to be measured by promotion this season. At least while he is making progress we will not have to suffer from him the preposterous claims that were the hallmark of Steve Kean.[/p][/quote]Guys, while I understand where you are coming from it really doesn't matter what Henning Bergs record was like in his previous jobs does it? If Blackpool had used the same thought process they would never have employed Holloway would they, after all he wasn't all that successful at his previous clubs was he? And to be honest any appointment made was going to be a gamble, each of us had different ideas as to who the best choice would have been but whether we like it or not it is Venky's who are putting their hands in their pockets, so they have to have the final choice. There can only be one manager, I suspect that Venky's have learned that the hard way. So we can be like Smelly, sniping away on a provincial newspaper website, his total hatred there for all to see, or we back Henning Berg and the team by getting down there and supporting them. I know what I will be doing. OK 2 points out of 9 isn't a great return but I saw something yesterday that told me we could have the right man in place, he has inherited a squad of players that lacks confidence, even commitment in some cases yet in three games we can already see the difference. Give the guy a chance.[/p][/quote]Hi Owd Nick, You write in a most persuasive manner. Let us wait and let us hope.[/p][/quote]Thank you. I just call it as I see it. Like it or not we were dying as a PL club long before Venky's took over, the manager wanted away, there was little or no money and I don't think I could have stood another season of that dreadful hump and rush style. I am not defending Venky's, they have made some appauling decisions, but they do appear to be attempting to put things right. And there is no point in looking back all the time, we cannot change the past but we can all learn from it. owd nick
  • Score: 2

9:17am Mon 12 Nov 12

zulu_sotv says...

>>Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has
contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore

Think you need to have concentrated a little more in your Economic and Social History lessons pal: Priestly, Watt etc..

Cannot imagine people from Blackburn would diss ANY city ANYWHERE in the World. Smacks of irony to me.
>>Your from the UKs 2nd biggist city which even being the UKs 2nd biggist city has contributed nothing culturally and is only famous for the UK motor industry and because of you lot does not exist anymore Think you need to have concentrated a little more in your Economic and Social History lessons pal: Priestly, Watt etc.. Cannot imagine people from Blackburn would diss ANY city ANYWHERE in the World. Smacks of irony to me. zulu_sotv
  • Score: 0

9:35am Mon 12 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

whappen wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.
Has your head not exploded yet?
Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!!
.
...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA.
[quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.[/p][/quote]...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.[/p][/quote]Has your head not exploded yet?[/p][/quote]Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!! . ...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA. smellthecoffee
  • Score: 2

9:40am Mon 12 Nov 12

Bazzer says...

Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.".
You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson.
Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.
Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.". You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson. Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club. Bazzer
  • Score: 1

9:48am Mon 12 Nov 12

fanny_tickler says...

Berg OUT!
Berg OUT! fanny_tickler
  • Score: 0

9:50am Mon 12 Nov 12

Iiii1111 says...

Smelly,

This site wouldn't be the same without you:-)

What really amazes me is that the Lancashire telegraph doesn’t block the libellous stuff you write……….
Smelly, This site wouldn't be the same without you:-) What really amazes me is that the Lancashire telegraph doesn’t block the libellous stuff you write………. Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

9:52am Mon 12 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

A Darener wrote:
As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile.
Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work.
I'll give it a go.

What I saw on Saturday was, like at Huddersfield, promising. Berg is starting to get something out of the squad and delivered an entertaining, but still frustrating, game. It will take a few weeks to turn ' unfit, disorganised and demoralised ' into an effective team but other posters have already summed it up. The real positive has been the impact of Henley, Rochina & Vucevic all ignored by Kean, and whatever Berg has said to Murphy. I have been very critical of Murphy but if I'm honest, on Saturday he looked more like the player I thought we bought from Fulham.

But for some wayward finishing we could, and should, have beaten a very poor Birmingham side, the fact we didn't says there's still a lot to do, but Berg is moving in the right direction. With the likes of Nunes coming off the bench there is some attacking threat and the kind of service Rhodes needs, if we can keep Rochina higher up the pitch then he will provide the support in attack. Sadly he ran out of steam on Saturday but we all know a fitness coach is desperately needed by a squad that has been mismanaged for some time.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: As some other genuine supporters have pointed out above, why must we put up with the inane ramblings of bitter and twisted Burnley "fans"? Fans that's a laugh they don't even go to matches, they just come on Rovers pages to spread their vile, rude, disgusting bile. Can we get back to the question of whether HB will turn us round. I believe after seeing the performance on Saturday that within a month he will have a well drilled team going up the league. It was a refreshing change after the last two years to see a Rovers side that actually seemed to know what it was doing. Ok the result could have been better but Rome wasn't built in a day. (I wasn't foreman on that job). Good luck to HB and his staff, keep up the good work.[/p][/quote]I'll give it a go. What I saw on Saturday was, like at Huddersfield, promising. Berg is starting to get something out of the squad and delivered an entertaining, but still frustrating, game. It will take a few weeks to turn ' unfit, disorganised and demoralised ' into an effective team but other posters have already summed it up. The real positive has been the impact of Henley, Rochina & Vucevic all ignored by Kean, and whatever Berg has said to Murphy. I have been very critical of Murphy but if I'm honest, on Saturday he looked more like the player I thought we bought from Fulham. But for some wayward finishing we could, and should, have beaten a very poor Birmingham side, the fact we didn't says there's still a lot to do, but Berg is moving in the right direction. With the likes of Nunes coming off the bench there is some attacking threat and the kind of service Rhodes needs, if we can keep Rochina higher up the pitch then he will provide the support in attack. Sadly he ran out of steam on Saturday but we all know a fitness coach is desperately needed by a squad that has been mismanaged for some time. greenscreener
  • Score: 1

9:53am Mon 12 Nov 12

Iiii1111 says...

Bazzer wrote:
Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.".
You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson.
Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.
yes, the big man is doing a great job....you were right all along.....long live hoofball.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.". You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson. Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.[/p][/quote]yes, the big man is doing a great job....you were right all along.....long live hoofball. Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

9:55am Mon 12 Nov 12

Iiii1111 says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.".
You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson.
Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.
yes, the big man is doing a great job....you were right all along.....long live hoofball.
I remember watford being second in the old first divison.......that must have been the worst football ever by a team......then again there's always the ammers
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.". You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson. Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.[/p][/quote]yes, the big man is doing a great job....you were right all along.....long live hoofball.[/p][/quote]I remember watford being second in the old first divison.......that must have been the worst football ever by a team......then again there's always the ammers Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

10:03am Mon 12 Nov 12

smellthecoffee says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.
Has your head not exploded yet?
Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!! . ...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA.
Then of course Richard Scudamore (head of PL) would have nothing in common with them....oh hang on....- http://alturl.com/po
6xy
.
Then there's David Berstein & Roy Hodgson - http://alturl.com/3m
eud
.
Then there's Harry's mate who was found "NOT GUILTY" of corruption - http://alturl.com/vn
bpp
.
...and of course Harry ended working with this guy at Portsmouth - http://alturl.com/rd
5jm
.
and then for this guy at Spurs - http://i1.mirror.co.
uk/incoming/article1
283415.ece/ALTERNATE
S/s615/Daniel+Levy
.
...who used to have this guy as Chairman - http://alturl.com/jy
i57
.
and then Avram Grant ended up at Chelsea....

....and then Harry gets linked with the Rovers job which takes him 3 days to deny all knowledge...but it is all a BIG COINCIDENCE!!!
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.[/p][/quote]...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.[/p][/quote]Has your head not exploded yet?[/p][/quote]Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!! . ...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA.[/p][/quote]Then of course Richard Scudamore (head of PL) would have nothing in common with them....oh hang on....- http://alturl.com/po 6xy . Then there's David Berstein & Roy Hodgson - http://alturl.com/3m eud . Then there's Harry's mate who was found "NOT GUILTY" of corruption - http://alturl.com/vn bpp . ...and of course Harry ended working with this guy at Portsmouth - http://alturl.com/rd 5jm . and then for this guy at Spurs - http://i1.mirror.co. uk/incoming/article1 283415.ece/ALTERNATE S/s615/Daniel+Levy . ...who used to have this guy as Chairman - http://alturl.com/jy i57 . and then Avram Grant ended up at Chelsea.... ....and then Harry gets linked with the Rovers job which takes him 3 days to deny all knowledge...but it is all a BIG COINCIDENCE!!! smellthecoffee
  • Score: 3

10:05am Mon 12 Nov 12

whappen says...

Stone Island: wrote:
modan wrote: So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.
Another semi - literate Burnley B'stard. Is that your sister calling? You don't want your dad getting there first, do you?
Yes Leeds Utd has struggled financially nor has there been much investment, as Mo suggest Venkys have done for us. He may not have noticed however they are now in the same division as us, and that’s with us having had all this “investment”. Leeds may well have been struggling for 8 years but then Venkys have only been in charge for two, so the comparison is somewhat irrelevant. Also, Venkys have clearly shown already they have the capacity to f@ck things up for a lot longer than that.

Plus, will they continue to foot the bill for another 6 years if things don’t go as planned? The heejut Singh has told us all what the “plan” is; promotion this year. I am worried Venkys “support” won’t go far beyond that if it is not achieved. Will they then decide to cut their losses and just accept the whole sorry mess as one of life’s harsh lessons?

HB will deserve to be immortalised in the history of our football club if he can overcome the Kean legacy and get us promoted this year. The incompetence of the owners would mean he deserved the same accolade if he gets us promoted, ever.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: So the 10,000 stayaway fans wants respect from us Indians and Venkys.Chicken Tikka masala and Bollywood dancers ? The Walkers flogged of this club to this Indian Family for £48 million.It's Venkys house now.The Players are not moaning nor this management are moaning.I will go and support ths new manager Henning Berg,BRFC players and thank Venkys for their investments into BRFC.Ask any Leeds Fans no investors,no money and the club is still struggling in the lower Leagues for over 8 years.The club before Jack Walker era was languising in second and third division no money only 14,000 fans were there to support and the old Ewood Park was cow sheds .I like to thank Venys for their investments into the Club.Burnley fans must be laughing only 14,000 fans turned up at Ewood Park on Saturday to meet their new manager Henning Berg.I don't want to be child that moans about a toy didn't get .I want to go Ewood Park to support my club,the players,the new manager Hening Berg.[/p][/quote]Another semi - literate Burnley B'stard. Is that your sister calling? You don't want your dad getting there first, do you?[/p][/quote]Yes Leeds Utd has struggled financially nor has there been much investment, as Mo suggest Venkys have done for us. He may not have noticed however they are now in the same division as us, and that’s with us having had all this “investment”. Leeds may well have been struggling for 8 years but then Venkys have only been in charge for two, so the comparison is somewhat irrelevant. Also, Venkys have clearly shown already they have the capacity to f@ck things up for a lot longer than that. Plus, will they continue to foot the bill for another 6 years if things don’t go as planned? The heejut Singh has told us all what the “plan” is; promotion this year. I am worried Venkys “support” won’t go far beyond that if it is not achieved. Will they then decide to cut their losses and just accept the whole sorry mess as one of life’s harsh lessons? HB will deserve to be immortalised in the history of our football club if he can overcome the Kean legacy and get us promoted this year. The incompetence of the owners would mean he deserved the same accolade if he gets us promoted, ever. whappen
  • Score: 1

10:43am Mon 12 Nov 12

whappen says...

smellthecoffee wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
smellthecoffee wrote:
whappen wrote:
carlmc1 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
carlmc1 wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?
It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.
I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it!
As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.
...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.
Has your head not exploded yet?
Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!! . ...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA.
Then of course Richard Scudamore (head of PL) would have nothing in common with them....oh hang on....- http://alturl.com/po 6xy . Then there's David Berstein & Roy Hodgson - http://alturl.com/3m eud . Then there's Harry's mate who was found "NOT GUILTY" of corruption - http://alturl.com/vn bpp . ...and of course Harry ended working with this guy at Portsmouth - http://alturl.com/rd 5jm . and then for this guy at Spurs - http://i1.mirror.co. uk/incoming/article1 283415.ece/ALTERNATE S/s615/Daniel+Levy . ...who used to have this guy as Chairman - http://alturl.com/jy i57 . and then Avram Grant ended up at Chelsea.... ....and then Harry gets linked with the Rovers job which takes him 3 days to deny all knowledge...but it is all a BIG COINCIDENCE!!!
A touch selective, prat 1, or should that be Oswald?.

Are people of the Jewish religion not allowed to have a job or be successful in business? Since they have historically had a penchant for it, is it not reasonable for there to be two or three - I stress, two or three - who fancy having a go at this football malarkey?

Spurs for one, has always had Jewish connections - their fans still chant "Yeeeeds" in recognition of it. And how does 'Arry not coming to Rovers fit in with all this anti-Semitic nonsense?

The problem with being a members of the most intelligent species on the planet is we have the capacity to think. We also have the capacity to think too much - or at least try to; the results of all this thinking are limited by the level of intelligence with which each individual is blessed.

A very low level of intelligence added to our capacity to be ignorant and prejudiced can be incredibly dangerous. Like it or not, we simply can’t all be Albert Einstein; however, due to us all possessing a reasonable level of intelligence, we do have the choice not to be like this prat.
[quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smellthecoffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whappen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Looks like we have a welcome boost to our defence on the way, as Myles Anderson is due to return from his loan spell at Aldeshot, next week. During his spell he has managed a staggering 5 appearances as sub, maybe he won't quite make it as the next Chris Smalling, after all! Now let me think, he was it that seemed to think he would?[/p][/quote]It's a scandal that he's been on the Rovers payroll for coming up to two years, and for what ? It's a disgrace that Anderson and Kean were allowed to get away with it. If that wasn't a favour in return for Anderson getting Kean the managers job I'll eat hay with a donkey. Couldn't do any better than the subs bench at Aldershot says it all. I dare say Berg will have him out of the door at the earliest opportunity.[/p][/quote]I fully agree and it appears that they have got away with it, along with lot's of other dubious goings on. Despite the rumours that the fans meetings with the varlious authorites would have the whole lot exposed, it appears nothing is to come of it![/p][/quote]As distasteful as it is, his dad is a football agent and Myles is (allegedly) a footballer. It is common knowledge agents are very good at stirring the proverbial to get their clients a move or a better deal. Of course in Myles' case it was very convenient because of the influence his dad had on the owners and "manager" at the time, but that's what agents do - get their clients jobs. Like it or not, he took advantage of being in a very favourable situation. Sadly, I don't think this will be looked upon as him having "got away" with anything. Agents maybe lower than a snake's belly but their job is to get the best deals for their clients (and of course themselves). The fact Myles is Hans Christian's son will not be seen as relevant in any investigation. I really hope there have been dodgy dealings involved in all of this mess and someone will be made accountable. The ineptitude of the owners has seemed almost beyond belief so it would at least explain why. We could also feel vindicated after all the stick we have taken. However, I still think we are just looking at naive, ill-advised and incompetent people who took over a business in what was to them a totally new industry without any real idea of what they were doing. Like it or not, they won't get put away just because they are useless.[/p][/quote]...you should know that Venky's aren't of the correct religious persuasion to have enough clout in English football...they just do as they're told.[/p][/quote]Has your head not exploded yet?[/p][/quote]Bernstein (head of FA) and former Chairman of Manchester City....David Dein former vice chairman of Arsenal and England - and whose son just happened to work for SEM - and then there's Jerome Anderson (former adviser of Man City - who made millions out of transfers) and who used to be the radio announcer at Highbury. All of the same religious persuasion...all very cosy!! . ...and of course Robert Coar had a close working relationship with David Dein at the FA.[/p][/quote]Then of course Richard Scudamore (head of PL) would have nothing in common with them....oh hang on....- http://alturl.com/po 6xy . Then there's David Berstein & Roy Hodgson - http://alturl.com/3m eud . Then there's Harry's mate who was found "NOT GUILTY" of corruption - http://alturl.com/vn bpp . ...and of course Harry ended working with this guy at Portsmouth - http://alturl.com/rd 5jm . and then for this guy at Spurs - http://i1.mirror.co. uk/incoming/article1 283415.ece/ALTERNATE S/s615/Daniel+Levy . ...who used to have this guy as Chairman - http://alturl.com/jy i57 . and then Avram Grant ended up at Chelsea.... ....and then Harry gets linked with the Rovers job which takes him 3 days to deny all knowledge...but it is all a BIG COINCIDENCE!!![/p][/quote]A touch selective, prat 1, or should that be Oswald?. Are people of the Jewish religion not allowed to have a job or be successful in business? Since they have historically had a penchant for it, is it not reasonable for there to be two or three - I stress, two or three - who fancy having a go at this football malarkey? Spurs for one, has always had Jewish connections - their fans still chant "Yeeeeds" in recognition of it. And how does 'Arry not coming to Rovers fit in with all this anti-Semitic nonsense? The problem with being a members of the most intelligent species on the planet is we have the capacity to think. We also have the capacity to think too much - or at least try to; the results of all this thinking are limited by the level of intelligence with which each individual is blessed. A very low level of intelligence added to our capacity to be ignorant and prejudiced can be incredibly dangerous. Like it or not, we simply can’t all be Albert Einstein; however, due to us all possessing a reasonable level of intelligence, we do have the choice not to be like this prat. whappen
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2:52pm Mon 12 Nov 12

owd nick says...

Bazzer wrote:
Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.".
You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson.
Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.
No problem with that at all Bazzer, but Lardarse has one thing at West Ham he never had at Ewood, money to burn.

I admit he was stuffed for resources at Ewood and did the best he could with what he had, but when our goalkeeper was our top rated OPTA "goal assist" it sort of underlines the tactics used doesn't it?

And it's ok picking out the bits you want from what I wrote as well, but lets not forget he didn't want to be at Rovers, we didn't suit his lofty ambitions, UAE, Barcelona, England, and he had to be persuaded to stay on as manager on more than one occasion in the 12 to 18 months prior to Venky's taking over.

But that's the last time I will raise the issue of Lardarse, he's gone and good riddance as far as I am concerned, Venky's were manna from heaven as far as Lardarse was concerned, they gave him his get out of gaol free card, and a nice fat cheque in his back pocket to boot I presume.

Personally I am looking forward to the next game and then taking it from there.one game at a time.

PS - What are the odds we get West Ham in the FA Cup this season?
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: Owd Nick. "Hump and rush", 6th in the Premiership. Just "calling it as I see it.". You lot were manna from heaven for Jerome Anderson. Having said that, I do believe Berg will make the best of what we have and arrest the decline of our "dying" club.[/p][/quote]No problem with that at all Bazzer, but Lardarse has one thing at West Ham he never had at Ewood, money to burn. I admit he was stuffed for resources at Ewood and did the best he could with what he had, but when our goalkeeper was our top rated OPTA "goal assist" it sort of underlines the tactics used doesn't it? And it's ok picking out the bits you want from what I wrote as well, but lets not forget he didn't want to be at Rovers, we didn't suit his lofty ambitions, UAE, Barcelona, England, and he had to be persuaded to stay on as manager on more than one occasion in the 12 to 18 months prior to Venky's taking over. But that's the last time I will raise the issue of Lardarse, he's gone and good riddance as far as I am concerned, Venky's were manna from heaven as far as Lardarse was concerned, they gave him his get out of gaol free card, and a nice fat cheque in his back pocket to boot I presume. Personally I am looking forward to the next game and then taking it from there.one game at a time. PS - What are the odds we get West Ham in the FA Cup this season? owd nick
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