Rhodes is planning to improve

HAT-trick hero Jordan Rhodes admits he is trusting his instincts after insisting he has not thought about the Championship step-up.

Blackburn Rovers’ £8million man took his tally to nine goals in just 14 games with a treble in Saturday’s 4-1 victory at Peterborough – insisting he isn’t doing anything different from his League One days.

The 22-year-old already has nine career hat-tricks to his name but, while dreaming of testing himself in the Premier League, is staying focused on Rovers’ promotion challenge.

Saturday’s win, Henning Berg’s first as boss, has moved Rovers back to sixth in the Championship as Rhodes targets being in the top flight next campaign.

This season has seen Rhodes continue last season’s League One prolifics in the league above and, also scoring twice in midweek, seen his reputation grow again.

Rhodes said: “I haven’t really thought about it too much (playing in the Championship). I have just tried to take it in my stride and go with my instincts as much as possible.

“I still try to make the same runs and apply the same touches as ever. I am working hard on the training field to better my all round play. I am not really doing anything different, I am just trying to improve and trying to better myself.

“I don’t know if I could do it in the Premier League. We will not know that until it is tried and tested. It would be fantastic, it would be a dream one day to play in the Premier League and see myself on Match of the Day, that would be fantastic.

“But we have a job in hand to do this season and come the end of the season hopefully we will be in the top six at least, at best top two.

“There are strikers I look up to all the time and strikers I still watch today, no matter how high the game is, there are still aspects of a game that some strikers have and I don’t that I would like to improve on.

“It is a dream to pull on the Blackburn Rovers shirt. It is very pleasing to come away and score goals.”

Rhodes has had a roller-coaster start to life at Rovers, with turmoil behind the scenes and a change in manager making life tough at the East Lancashire outfit.

Rovers have also struggled to hit top form for most of the campaign but, after Saturday’s most emphatic win of the season, Rhodes is confident there is even more to come.

“In spells that was more like it but there is still room for improvement in every aspect of the game,” he said. “ It is always pleasing when you have come off and scored more goals than the opposition because that means you are doing something right.

“After last week, not getting the results we wanted, coming here live on Sky it was terrific to put on a half decent show, get a few goals and get a win for the manager.

“As footballers you get paid and you love doing what you do. In my opinion there is no better job in the world.

“What happens on the field we can’t affect that, we just have to stick at our job and be as professional as we can be.”

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8:13am Mon 19 Nov 12

bryan nelsen says...

Absolutely brilliant bloke. Wish him all the best. It's great to have a striker again to idolize. He scores when he wants. Rovers are back to life. COYB.
Absolutely brilliant bloke. Wish him all the best. It's great to have a striker again to idolize. He scores when he wants. Rovers are back to life. COYB. bryan nelsen

8:29am Mon 19 Nov 12

Keith Myath says...

What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan.
What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan. Keith Myath

8:38am Mon 19 Nov 12

kiwipom73 says...

Stay focussd young Rhodes and listen to the wisdom of your Manager, who has been there & done it and I hope you find sucess with Blackburn in the coming season(s).
The power of one..very important.
COYB
Stay focussd young Rhodes and listen to the wisdom of your Manager, who has been there & done it and I hope you find sucess with Blackburn in the coming season(s). The power of one..very important. COYB kiwipom73

9:07am Mon 19 Nov 12

hasslem hasslem says...

been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards! hasslem hasslem

9:13am Mon 19 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

Welcome back, you may not have been posting for a while but thats a great summary of what the reasonable majority on here have been saying.
Welcome back, you may not have been posting for a while but thats a great summary of what the reasonable majority on here have been saying. greenscreener

10:00am Mon 19 Nov 12

MatthewCA says...

Keep sharpen what u do now in the BOX with Head and Foot. Give party to both wing players to get the best cross into the box on all the games.hahhah.

All the best, God Bless.
Keep sharpen what u do now in the BOX with Head and Foot. Give party to both wing players to get the best cross into the box on all the games.hahhah. All the best, God Bless. MatthewCA

10:21am Mon 19 Nov 12

Dukes says...

Top Interview.
Top Interview. Dukes

10:42am Mon 19 Nov 12

True_Blue says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
well said..... abit unfair about him not being a genius.. not exactly.but he clearly knows what hes doing considering the performances and results bar his first game.... i for one have no complaints.....

Coyb!!!!
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]well said..... abit unfair about him not being a genius.. not exactly.but he clearly knows what hes doing considering the performances and results bar his first game.... i for one have no complaints..... Coyb!!!! True_Blue

10:55am Mon 19 Nov 12

rovers82 says...

best performance from rovers for a long while, but bear in mind that we just won the team who's sitting bottom of league.

there are much better defense line in the league we used to be in, so Rhode still has a lot to learn
best performance from rovers for a long while, but bear in mind that we just won the team who's sitting bottom of league. there are much better defense line in the league we used to be in, so Rhode still has a lot to learn rovers82

11:03am Mon 19 Nov 12

French Rover says...

To hear a top young player saying - “It is a dream to pull on the Blackburn Rovers shirt" is music to most fans ears. How long have we had to wait for someone to say that and more importantly - to mean it!
To hear a top young player saying - “It is a dream to pull on the Blackburn Rovers shirt" is music to most fans ears. How long have we had to wait for someone to say that and more importantly - to mean it! French Rover

11:07am Mon 19 Nov 12

bluerob says...

JR speaks well and plays well, it's a pleasure to have him at BRFC.
JR speaks well and plays well, it's a pleasure to have him at BRFC. bluerob

11:35am Mon 19 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly merlinrabbit

11:55am Mon 19 Nov 12

Is Eckersley playing? says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on. Is Eckersley playing?

12:33pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
The Hass is back :)

What, you been on a sabbatical there Mr Hasslem ?

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]The Hass is back :) What, you been on a sabbatical there Mr Hasslem ? Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner

12:40pm Mon 19 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on.
Understand the sentiment but don't hold your breath on that one !

Its simply not a concept they can comprehend.
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on.[/p][/quote]Understand the sentiment but don't hold your breath on that one ! Its simply not a concept they can comprehend. greenscreener

12:41pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ?? Harwoodstblue

12:51pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on.
Understand the sentiment but don't hold your breath on that one !

Its simply not a concept they can comprehend.
No apology expected from me either.

It seems we're no better than a load of Chai Whallas to the Venkys, so arrogant are they.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]Excellent points but one outstanding matter which will probably never happen - a simple apology from Venkys to the fans for the shambles they created and the misery inflicted on thousands of Blackburn folk. Without that apology we can never properly move on.[/p][/quote]Understand the sentiment but don't hold your breath on that one ! Its simply not a concept they can comprehend.[/p][/quote]No apology expected from me either. It seems we're no better than a load of Chai Whallas to the Venkys, so arrogant are they. Harwoodstblue

1:21pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c

o.uk/scotsol/homepag

e/news/4612568/8000-

a-week-Colin-Hendry-

I-cant-pay-my-debts.

html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover,

If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot.

Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover, If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot. Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys. Lancs - pensioner

1:54pm Mon 19 Nov 12

adcr says...

The derby game is near, so the team's return to good quality football has come not a moment too soon. I am gaining in confidence every week that our unbeaten record will remain.
The derby game is near, so the team's return to good quality football has come not a moment too soon. I am gaining in confidence every week that our unbeaten record will remain. adcr

3:55pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c



o.uk/scotsol/homepag



e/news/4612568/8000-



a-week-Colin-Hendry-



I-cant-pay-my-debts.



html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover,

If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot.

Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.
Lancs Pensioner , they statements are not only TRUE , I CAN prove they are all true..

But have you noticed the mount of new names of contributors of posts all ticking positives for Hendry and talking him up, no doubt it is what he himself calls his support team , a handful of sycophantic drunks who claim loyalty to Hendry and these drunks run about after him like wee lapdogs , doing errands and things for him they could not be bothered to do for their own families.
Why not try commenting on the article in hand instead of sounding like a stuck record. And by the way, I don't drink. Its pretty obvious with your use of wee as an adjective for small, you are in fact scottish yourself, and I have no doubt, with your bitterness towards Hendry, you are in fact a Celtic fan. Its obvious to all but a few you are in fact a bitter twisted Celtic fan Hendry hater.
Do you have an opinion on anything to do with Rovers except Colin Hendry?
What about Jordan Rhodes who himself is a celtic fan, can you not comment on him instead for a while? Does your every waking moment revolve around stalking Hendry?
I have no loyalty to anyone except Rovers and find his conduct not very pleasing at all, but, he has had issues and I tend to give people a chance to redeem themselves and so will ignore anything printed in a Celtic biased newspaper, just as I ignore the Daily Man United Mirror.
and as far as drunkards go, it appears scotland has cornered the market in that department.
Bye.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover, If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot. Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.[/p][/quote]Lancs Pensioner , they statements are not only TRUE , I CAN prove they are all true.. But have you noticed the mount of new names of contributors of posts all ticking positives for Hendry and talking him up, no doubt it is what he himself calls his support team , a handful of sycophantic drunks who claim loyalty to Hendry and these drunks run about after him like wee lapdogs , doing errands and things for him they could not be bothered to do for their own families.[/p][/quote]Why not try commenting on the article in hand instead of sounding like a stuck record. And by the way, I don't drink. Its pretty obvious with your use of wee as an adjective for small, you are in fact scottish yourself, and I have no doubt, with your bitterness towards Hendry, you are in fact a Celtic fan. Its obvious to all but a few you are in fact a bitter twisted Celtic fan Hendry hater. Do you have an opinion on anything to do with Rovers except Colin Hendry? What about Jordan Rhodes who himself is a celtic fan, can you not comment on him instead for a while? Does your every waking moment revolve around stalking Hendry? I have no loyalty to anyone except Rovers and find his conduct not very pleasing at all, but, he has had issues and I tend to give people a chance to redeem themselves and so will ignore anything printed in a Celtic biased newspaper, just as I ignore the Daily Man United Mirror. and as far as drunkards go, it appears scotland has cornered the market in that department. Bye. Return of the Magnificent se7en

4:34pm Mon 19 Nov 12

jogalot says...

The last paragraph reads "“What happens on the field we can’t affect that, we just have to stick at our job and be as professional as we can be.”" Really???!!!

I'd like to echo everyone else's positive comments about Rhodes, Berg and the team. It's great to feel normal again and lose some of those paranoid thoughts. Football's for enjoying! Thanks Henning, Jordan and all for helping my life return to normal!
The last paragraph reads "“What happens on the field we can’t affect that, we just have to stick at our job and be as professional as we can be.”" Really???!!! I'd like to echo everyone else's positive comments about Rhodes, Berg and the team. It's great to feel normal again and lose some of those paranoid thoughts. Football's for enjoying! Thanks Henning, Jordan and all for helping my life return to normal! jogalot

5:10pm Mon 19 Nov 12

AshirMan says...

In my life iv only ever seen few natural born finishers.. In raw ability to find the net i'd put Fowler on top, others include Shearer, Henry, Van Nistleroy, Raul, lately Van Persie. Altho he's not on thier level YET, I'd say he matches thier instincts at his current level, and im 100% sure he can do it at top level.. shame it wont be with us for too many more years :-(
In my life iv only ever seen few natural born finishers.. In raw ability to find the net i'd put Fowler on top, others include Shearer, Henry, Van Nistleroy, Raul, lately Van Persie. Altho he's not on thier level YET, I'd say he matches thier instincts at his current level, and im 100% sure he can do it at top level.. shame it wont be with us for too many more years :-( AshirMan

7:12pm Mon 19 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent. merlinrabbit

8:16pm Mon 19 Nov 12

kazluvsrovers says...

True_Blue wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in.

i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down.

despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was
1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins)
2) tactically clueless
3) a group of players who didn't want to be there
4) lions led by donkeys

none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players.

what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward.

1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again
2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again
3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black)
4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do
5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do
6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years.
7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out
8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week
9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker
10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion.

a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction.

onwards and upwards!
well said..... abit unfair about him not being a genius.. not exactly.but he clearly knows what hes doing considering the performances and results bar his first game.... i for one have no complaints.....

Coyb!!!!
You cant really blame Berg for the loss at Crystal Palace, he had only been manager for one day and it has taken him a few weeks to mop up the mess that Kean had left behind. We have improved so much in the last few weeks and I cant wait to see how good we will be in a few months.
Youre doing an amazing job Henning!
Keep up the good work.

Come on you Blues!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]True_Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: been off this site since the start of the season as the comments and the shambles at rovers (in all departments) was completely doing my head in. i am no glory hunter but the whole thing at ewood and the money grabbing/john terry/diving and cheating tosh etc associated with football in general has progressively worn me down. despite our false league position any sensible rovers supporter could plainly see that the rovers team was 1) unfit (only lasting 65-70 mins) 2) tactically clueless 3) a group of players who didn't want to be there 4) lions led by donkeys none of this was helped by supporters who felt disenfranchised by the club, management and some players. what a difference 2-3 weeks has made. don't get me wrong we have only won one game.....but it seems that the club is moving forward. 1) a manager who may not be a genius - but talks sense and has got the players playing like a team again 2) supporters feeling that they have a relationship with the club again 3) fitter players (an improvement that started with eric black) 4) inexplicably marginalised players being given a chance to show what they can do 5) the beginning of the trickle of youth team players being given a chance to show what they can do 6) players clearly relishing playing for themselves, the team, the club and supporters for the first time in 2 years. 7) other players who were negative about the club being shipped out 8) and blooming heck! even danny murphy looking like the player we all wanted him to be - and talking sense in his interview last week 9) jordan rhodes getting the service he needs to score the goals we all know he has got in his locker 10) OPTIMISM about and around the club as opposed to maniacal delusion. a long way to go yet before we are out of the woods (personally don't think we are good enough for promotion - yet, but that may change) but at least for the first time in ages there is light at the end of the tunnel and for once it isn't the light from the train coming in the other direction. onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]well said..... abit unfair about him not being a genius.. not exactly.but he clearly knows what hes doing considering the performances and results bar his first game.... i for one have no complaints..... Coyb!!!![/p][/quote]You cant really blame Berg for the loss at Crystal Palace, he had only been manager for one day and it has taken him a few weeks to mop up the mess that Kean had left behind. We have improved so much in the last few weeks and I cant wait to see how good we will be in a few months. Youre doing an amazing job Henning! Keep up the good work. Come on you Blues!!!!! kazluvsrovers

8:29pm Mon 19 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c



o.uk/scotsol/homepag



e/news/4612568/8000-



a-week-Colin-Hendry-



I-cant-pay-my-debts.



html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover,

If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot.

Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.
Lancs Pensioner , they statements are not only TRUE , I CAN prove they are all true..

But have you noticed the mount of new names of contributors of posts all ticking positives for Hendry and talking him up, no doubt it is what he himself calls his support team , a handful of sycophantic drunks who claim loyalty to Hendry and these drunks run about after him like wee lapdogs , doing errands and things for him they could not be bothered to do for their own families.
Oh great another smelly clone. Go crawl back in your paranoid hole you deluded mong.

Rhodes, Rhodes, Rhodes. I hope some of the other self-serving greedy players learn from the maturity and humility you have displayed in the short time you have graced our club. Hardworking, well-liked by team mates, admired by fans and feared by the opposition.

Wait till you reach your best, one hopes and believes the best is yet to come from this young man.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover, If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot. Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.[/p][/quote]Lancs Pensioner , they statements are not only TRUE , I CAN prove they are all true.. But have you noticed the mount of new names of contributors of posts all ticking positives for Hendry and talking him up, no doubt it is what he himself calls his support team , a handful of sycophantic drunks who claim loyalty to Hendry and these drunks run about after him like wee lapdogs , doing errands and things for him they could not be bothered to do for their own families.[/p][/quote]Oh great another smelly clone. Go crawl back in your paranoid hole you deluded mong. Rhodes, Rhodes, Rhodes. I hope some of the other self-serving greedy players learn from the maturity and humility you have displayed in the short time you have graced our club. Hardworking, well-liked by team mates, admired by fans and feared by the opposition. Wait till you reach your best, one hopes and believes the best is yet to come from this young man. blueblooded

9:28pm Mon 19 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Watching West Ham. See BFS still relying on hoofball. But it works for him and they are in the PL. as we would have been if it wasn't for Mrs D. But with a bit of luck and Henning's know how we may be joining them next season if he can continue Saturday's performance.
Watching West Ham. See BFS still relying on hoofball. But it works for him and they are in the PL. as we would have been if it wasn't for Mrs D. But with a bit of luck and Henning's know how we may be joining them next season if he can continue Saturday's performance. A Darener

9:41pm Mon 19 Nov 12

merlinrabbit says...

A Darener wrote:
Watching West Ham. See BFS still relying on hoofball. But it works for him and they are in the PL. as we would have been if it wasn't for Mrs D. But with a bit of luck and Henning's know how we may be joining them next season if he can continue Saturday's performance.
Its been boring. Find im playing brick breaker on my phone its that boring. First half was dire. Long ball over to Carroll
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Watching West Ham. See BFS still relying on hoofball. But it works for him and they are in the PL. as we would have been if it wasn't for Mrs D. But with a bit of luck and Henning's know how we may be joining them next season if he can continue Saturday's performance.[/p][/quote]Its been boring. Find im playing brick breaker on my phone its that boring. First half was dire. Long ball over to Carroll merlinrabbit

10:12pm Mon 19 Nov 12

French Rover says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c


o.uk/scotsol/homepag


e/news/4612568/8000-


a-week-Colin-Hendry-


I-cant-pay-my-debts.


html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover,

If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot.

Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.
Hi LP, I am surprised you latched onto and agreed with RC's regular disgraceful daily dirge about Hendry. I thought you were above such things sir. It must only be a matter of time before RC gets banned off the site for some of the comments he makes are disgraceful if not slanderous. I reckon the lad has done things he maybe isn't too proud of, but it is none of my business (or anyone elses really) and given that he tragically lost his lovely wife at such an early age then who is RC or anyone to judge the bloke on what happened around that sad event. If he can do his job then we should keep the bloke, Berg will decide that though (not RC) based on a proper football decision. Going off our very good defensive record then he must be at least partially contributing to the excellent record we have and if so then Berg will surely keep Hendry at Ewood..
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover, If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot. Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.[/p][/quote]Hi LP, I am surprised you latched onto and agreed with RC's regular disgraceful daily dirge about Hendry. I thought you were above such things sir. It must only be a matter of time before RC gets banned off the site for some of the comments he makes are disgraceful if not slanderous. I reckon the lad has done things he maybe isn't too proud of, but it is none of my business (or anyone elses really) and given that he tragically lost his lovely wife at such an early age then who is RC or anyone to judge the bloke on what happened around that sad event. If he can do his job then we should keep the bloke, Berg will decide that though (not RC) based on a proper football decision. Going off our very good defensive record then he must be at least partially contributing to the excellent record we have and if so then Berg will surely keep Hendry at Ewood.. French Rover

3:15am Tue 20 Nov 12

JPB says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c

o.uk/scotsol/homepag

e/news/4612568/8000-

a-week-Colin-Hendry-

I-cant-pay-my-debts.

html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
get stuffed and leave big col alone, his personal life is his own. he`ll always be a legend in my eyes for his acheivements on the field for blackburn rovers and that`s the ONLY THING i will judge him on.

he DESERVES a job at rovers, he`s EARNED it.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]get stuffed and leave big col alone, his personal life is his own. he`ll always be a legend in my eyes for his acheivements on the field for blackburn rovers and that`s the ONLY THING i will judge him on. he DESERVES a job at rovers, he`s EARNED it. JPB

4:39am Tue 20 Nov 12

Roverthere says...

Hendry a playing Rovers legend, now low life scumbag
Hendry a playing Rovers legend, now low life scumbag Roverthere

8:53am Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says.. blueblooded

12:08pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done..
lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done.. Keen O to Get Kean Out

12:10pm Tue 20 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Fully expect a bid for Beckham to come soon from Mrs D.

Ps got my ticket for Sat can't wait,


Get into 'em!
Fully expect a bid for Beckham to come soon from Mrs D. Ps got my ticket for Sat can't wait, Get into 'em! A Darener

12:17pm Tue 20 Nov 12

benal13 says...

A Darener wrote:
Fully expect a bid for Beckham to come soon from Mrs D.

Ps got my ticket for Sat can't wait,


Get into 'em!
its a done deal darener posh and becks have been spotted up shad house hunting!!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Fully expect a bid for Beckham to come soon from Mrs D. Ps got my ticket for Sat can't wait, Get into 'em![/p][/quote]its a done deal darener posh and becks have been spotted up shad house hunting!!!!!!!!!!!! benal13

1:02pm Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done..
no-one's forgetten what has happened but I would say do the opposite.

Get behind the team.

Get excited about the future.

And let go of the past so we can build our club back to where we belong. Those stay aways who will turn up for the Burnley game - and no doubt when we look to be in the PL play-offs - will be seen for what they are. Glory hunters and nothing else, as no matter which direction the club goes in npw, at least two things are irreversibly true:

You cannot reverse whats happened.

You dont need to forgive or support the owners to support your team.

So I say, things are changing, Embrace the change.

Kean is out Berg is in. Theres a new dawn, a new hope and a new future for the club, one that the players and fans are all feeling and you can see the results now on the pitch.

As Yazz and the PP would say:

"The only way is up baby!"
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done..[/p][/quote]no-one's forgetten what has happened but I would say do the opposite. Get behind the team. Get excited about the future. And let go of the past so we can build our club back to where we belong. Those stay aways who will turn up for the Burnley game - and no doubt when we look to be in the PL play-offs - will be seen for what they are. Glory hunters and nothing else, as no matter which direction the club goes in npw, at least two things are irreversibly true: You cannot reverse whats happened. You dont need to forgive or support the owners to support your team. So I say, things are changing, Embrace the change. Kean is out Berg is in. Theres a new dawn, a new hope and a new future for the club, one that the players and fans are all feeling and you can see the results now on the pitch. As Yazz and the PP would say: "The only way is up baby!" blueblooded

1:10pm Tue 20 Nov 12

forever blue and white says...

French Rover wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c



o.uk/scotsol/homepag



e/news/4612568/8000-



a-week-Colin-Hendry-



I-cant-pay-my-debts.



html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover,

If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot.

Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.
Hi LP, I am surprised you latched onto and agreed with RC's regular disgraceful daily dirge about Hendry. I thought you were above such things sir. It must only be a matter of time before RC gets banned off the site for some of the comments he makes are disgraceful if not slanderous. I reckon the lad has done things he maybe isn't too proud of, but it is none of my business (or anyone elses really) and given that he tragically lost his lovely wife at such an early age then who is RC or anyone to judge the bloke on what happened around that sad event. If he can do his job then we should keep the bloke, Berg will decide that though (not RC) based on a proper football decision. Going off our very good defensive record then he must be at least partially contributing to the excellent record we have and if so then Berg will surely keep Hendry at Ewood..
Lancs Pensioner I am starting to believe that you are just a trouble maker on here rather than a true fan. You appear to go from one negative thing to another. What about, now Kean has gone and now we have a new manager and we are in the play off positions and we are playing better football that maybe just maybe you may start supporting the team rather than agreeing with some of the idiots on here.
At least I have not seen smellthecoffee on here for a few days so thats good
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]I agree until people like Hendry are removed from our club e will never fully recover, If half of what you have stated above is true Hendry should be sacked on the spot. Come on HB weald the Axe again, clear the club off Drunk/Pension robbers/violent bullys.[/p][/quote]Hi LP, I am surprised you latched onto and agreed with RC's regular disgraceful daily dirge about Hendry. I thought you were above such things sir. It must only be a matter of time before RC gets banned off the site for some of the comments he makes are disgraceful if not slanderous. I reckon the lad has done things he maybe isn't too proud of, but it is none of my business (or anyone elses really) and given that he tragically lost his lovely wife at such an early age then who is RC or anyone to judge the bloke on what happened around that sad event. If he can do his job then we should keep the bloke, Berg will decide that though (not RC) based on a proper football decision. Going off our very good defensive record then he must be at least partially contributing to the excellent record we have and if so then Berg will surely keep Hendry at Ewood..[/p][/quote]Lancs Pensioner I am starting to believe that you are just a trouble maker on here rather than a true fan. You appear to go from one negative thing to another. What about, now Kean has gone and now we have a new manager and we are in the play off positions and we are playing better football that maybe just maybe you may start supporting the team rather than agreeing with some of the idiots on here. At least I have not seen smellthecoffee on here for a few days so thats good forever blue and white

1:13pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind. Harwoodstblue

1:16pm Tue 20 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
At least they were proved right in the end!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]At least they were proved right in the end! A Darener

1:20pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking. Harwoodstblue

1:22pm Tue 20 Nov 12

makaveli96 says...

....it would be a dream one day to play in the Premier League and see myself on Match of the Day, that would be fantastic...."

But surely Minesh proves more of a pull than Lineker?
....it would be a dream one day to play in the Premier League and see myself on Match of the Day, that would be fantastic...." But surely Minesh proves more of a pull than Lineker? makaveli96

1:23pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Roverthere wrote:
Hendry a playing Rovers legend, now low life scumbag
If I was earning £8000 a week, I'd be trying to pay back the people who were good enough to lend me the money in the first place......But I'm not Colin Hendry.
[quote][p][bold]Roverthere[/bold] wrote: Hendry a playing Rovers legend, now low life scumbag[/p][/quote]If I was earning £8000 a week, I'd be trying to pay back the people who were good enough to lend me the money in the first place......But I'm not Colin Hendry. Harwoodstblue

1:25pm Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
its slander if you dont have proof. Which RC doesnt appear to have as he hasnt shown any, apart from newspaper article links.. and if they were admissable in court we'd be in a right interesting world!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]its slander if you dont have proof. Which RC doesnt appear to have as he hasnt shown any, apart from newspaper article links.. and if they were admissable in court we'd be in a right interesting world! blueblooded

1:31pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
At least they were proved right in the end!
True, the players, as well as the fans must have been wondering what the hell was going on when Allardyce was sacked and Kean brought in. Samba, I know, was particularly upset and said so publicly.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]At least they were proved right in the end![/p][/quote]True, the players, as well as the fans must have been wondering what the hell was going on when Allardyce was sacked and Kean brought in. Samba, I know, was particularly upset and said so publicly. Harwoodstblue

1:36pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

blueblooded wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
its slander if you dont have proof. Which RC doesnt appear to have as he hasnt shown any, apart from newspaper article links.. and if they were admissable in court we'd be in a right interesting world!
Cheers for that Blueblooded.....Look
s like opinion is well and truly split on Hendry.
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]its slander if you dont have proof. Which RC doesnt appear to have as he hasnt shown any, apart from newspaper article links.. and if they were admissable in court we'd be in a right interesting world![/p][/quote]Cheers for that Blueblooded.....Look s like opinion is well and truly split on Hendry. Harwoodstblue

1:37pm Tue 20 Nov 12

benal13 says...

blueblooded wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done..
no-one's forgetten what has happened but I would say do the opposite.

Get behind the team.

Get excited about the future.

And let go of the past so we can build our club back to where we belong. Those stay aways who will turn up for the Burnley game - and no doubt when we look to be in the PL play-offs - will be seen for what they are. Glory hunters and nothing else, as no matter which direction the club goes in npw, at least two things are irreversibly true:

You cannot reverse whats happened.


You dont need to forgive or support the owners to support your team.

So I say, things are changing, Embrace the change.

Kean is out Berg is in. Theres a new dawn, a new hope and a new future for the club, one that the players and fans are all feeling and you can see the results now on the pitch.

As Yazz and the PP would say:

"The only way is up baby!"
its a bit hard to get that excited about the future just yet, we have only won one against what some people have called a pub team but i would have to say that berg dos talk a lot of sense and does not seem the type to get carried away by one good away result like some people on here, like you say the only way is up , lets just see were we are after christmas thats when the judgments can start and we will be able to make a better assesment of things !!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: lets not get to exited lads, not being negative but Bergs honey period is goin ok ,, we only hammered a poor pub team on sat,, long way to go yet. keep behind the team but dont forget wot the chicken plukers have done..[/p][/quote]no-one's forgetten what has happened but I would say do the opposite. Get behind the team. Get excited about the future. And let go of the past so we can build our club back to where we belong. Those stay aways who will turn up for the Burnley game - and no doubt when we look to be in the PL play-offs - will be seen for what they are. Glory hunters and nothing else, as no matter which direction the club goes in npw, at least two things are irreversibly true: You cannot reverse whats happened. You dont need to forgive or support the owners to support your team. So I say, things are changing, Embrace the change. Kean is out Berg is in. Theres a new dawn, a new hope and a new future for the club, one that the players and fans are all feeling and you can see the results now on the pitch. As Yazz and the PP would say: "The only way is up baby!"[/p][/quote]its a bit hard to get that excited about the future just yet, we have only won one against what some people have called a pub team but i would have to say that berg dos talk a lot of sense and does not seem the type to get carried away by one good away result like some people on here, like you say the only way is up , lets just see were we are after christmas thats when the judgments can start and we will be able to make a better assesment of things !!!!!!!! benal13

1:51pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking??? Return of the Magnificent se7en

2:06pm Tue 20 Nov 12

French Rover says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014.

Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems.

In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'.....

Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014. Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems. In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'..... Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days. French Rover

2:11pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is. Harwoodstblue

2:20pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Harwoodstblue says...

French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014.

Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems.

In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'.....

Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.
I agree it's greed by many. I think the days are well and truly gone when players like Douglas and Clayton spent their entire career at one club.
We will just have to face the facts at Rovers as our top players will be cherry picked at will by the top clubs.
Phil Jones for example, Utd only needed to wave the cheque book under his nose and he was off.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014. Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems. In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'..... Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.[/p][/quote]I agree it's greed by many. I think the days are well and truly gone when players like Douglas and Clayton spent their entire career at one club. We will just have to face the facts at Rovers as our top players will be cherry picked at will by the top clubs. Phil Jones for example, Utd only needed to wave the cheque book under his nose and he was off. Harwoodstblue

2:24pm Tue 20 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks. greenscreener

2:37pm Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014.

Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems.

In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'.....

Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.
I agree it's greed by many. I think the days are well and truly gone when players like Douglas and Clayton spent their entire career at one club.
We will just have to face the facts at Rovers as our top players will be cherry picked at will by the top clubs.
Phil Jones for example, Utd only needed to wave the cheque book under his nose and he was off.
bang on both comments.

Its not just players though. Who can honestly say hand on heart that Berg won't be bidding to junmp ship the moment he makes a name for himself?

When Sparky left the club, I took it really hard. He played for the club, he had it in his blood, we thought he would be our Fergie.

But Alex Ferguson has proven it time and time again. There will only ever be one Fergie.

it of course works both ways, look at Sparky now, they're calling for his head and no doubt the fickle fans amongst us would be calling for Berg's if after getting us promoted, he got us demoted again and his luck went sour.

its the way of the world unfortunately.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014. Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems. In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'..... Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.[/p][/quote]I agree it's greed by many. I think the days are well and truly gone when players like Douglas and Clayton spent their entire career at one club. We will just have to face the facts at Rovers as our top players will be cherry picked at will by the top clubs. Phil Jones for example, Utd only needed to wave the cheque book under his nose and he was off.[/p][/quote]bang on both comments. Its not just players though. Who can honestly say hand on heart that Berg won't be bidding to junmp ship the moment he makes a name for himself? When Sparky left the club, I took it really hard. He played for the club, he had it in his blood, we thought he would be our Fergie. But Alex Ferguson has proven it time and time again. There will only ever be one Fergie. it of course works both ways, look at Sparky now, they're calling for his head and no doubt the fickle fans amongst us would be calling for Berg's if after getting us promoted, he got us demoted again and his luck went sour. its the way of the world unfortunately. blueblooded

2:37pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.[/p][/quote]You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc. Return of the Magnificent se7en

2:40pm Tue 20 Nov 12

benal13 says...

greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
its more like bloody crime watch on here nowadays !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.[/p][/quote]its more like bloody crime watch on here nowadays !!!!!!!!!!!!!! benal13

2:46pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it.
News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it. Return of the Magnificent se7en

4:20pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc.
LISTEN SILLY WEE BOY, ALL COMMENTS THAT ARE MADE ABOUT HENDRY ARE PROVEABLE HE IS A SWINDLER AND A WOMEN BEATER ,THE REASON HENDRY CANNOT GO TO COURT AGAINST THESE CLAIMS IS HE KNOWS THEY WILL BE PROVEN AS FACTS IN COURT ,SO BETTER FOR THE THIEF /SWINLDER HENDRY TO HOPE IT ALL GOES AWAY.
THE WRITES OF THESE POSTS WOULD LOVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET HENDRY IN COURT AND PROVE ALL THESE STATEMENTS AS FACTS .
AND WE NOTE YOUR SPELLING OF THE POLICE AS THE POLIS , ONLY USED IN THE DUNDEE .
SO LEAVE THE BLACKBURN FOLK TO WEED OUT OUR SCUM ON OUR OWN.
If you are trying to shout at me you need to get some facts straight in that demented celtic head of yours. Do you paint your face blue and shout FREEDOM at the moon?
1 I am not what you call a wee boy, it would be the first time that a guy of my stature could be described as wee.
2 Where did i refer to the polce as polis? I think you've got the wrong poster.
3 I'm Welsh and I have never been to Dundee. This statement confirms you are of scottish origin to even think of it. So you are no more from Blackburn than I am.
4 If Hendry is a women, plural, beater he would have been charged at some point and he hasn't, he hasn't even been cautioned for it.
All I am saying is stick to facts, thats all, or you may find yourself at the end of a libel action. You could probably get away with calling him a thief and a swindler, just.
5. Do you have an opinion on anything relating to Blackburn Rovers with the exception of Colin Hendry?
I must say you are compliling your very own dossier on your cyber stalking at ever increasing velocity.
Ever thought of breaking the freefall record?
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.[/p][/quote]You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc.[/p][/quote]LISTEN SILLY WEE BOY, ALL COMMENTS THAT ARE MADE ABOUT HENDRY ARE PROVEABLE HE IS A SWINDLER AND A WOMEN BEATER ,THE REASON HENDRY CANNOT GO TO COURT AGAINST THESE CLAIMS IS HE KNOWS THEY WILL BE PROVEN AS FACTS IN COURT ,SO BETTER FOR THE THIEF /SWINLDER HENDRY TO HOPE IT ALL GOES AWAY. THE WRITES OF THESE POSTS WOULD LOVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET HENDRY IN COURT AND PROVE ALL THESE STATEMENTS AS FACTS . AND WE NOTE YOUR SPELLING OF THE POLICE AS THE POLIS , ONLY USED IN THE DUNDEE . SO LEAVE THE BLACKBURN FOLK TO WEED OUT OUR SCUM ON OUR OWN.[/p][/quote]If you are trying to shout at me you need to get some facts straight in that demented celtic head of yours. Do you paint your face blue and shout FREEDOM at the moon? 1 I am not what you call a wee boy, it would be the first time that a guy of my stature could be described as wee. 2 Where did i refer to the polce as polis? I think you've got the wrong poster. 3 I'm Welsh and I have never been to Dundee. This statement confirms you are of scottish origin to even think of it. So you are no more from Blackburn than I am. 4 If Hendry is a women, plural, beater he would have been charged at some point and he hasn't, he hasn't even been cautioned for it. All I am saying is stick to facts, thats all, or you may find yourself at the end of a libel action. You could probably get away with calling him a thief and a swindler, just. 5. Do you have an opinion on anything relating to Blackburn Rovers with the exception of Colin Hendry? I must say you are compliling your very own dossier on your cyber stalking at ever increasing velocity. Ever thought of breaking the freefall record? Return of the Magnificent se7en

4:49pm Tue 20 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it.
Now I think the appropriate phrase is "Be careful what you wish for !"

Just when you wanted someone play with ......
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it.[/p][/quote]Now I think the appropriate phrase is "Be careful what you wish for !" Just when you wanted someone play with ...... greenscreener

5:06pm Tue 20 Nov 12

morleyclaret says...

Keith Myath wrote:
What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan.
'Jordan' eh.
Know him personally do we?
[quote][p][bold]Keith Myath[/bold] wrote: What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan.[/p][/quote]'Jordan' eh. Know him personally do we? morleyclaret

5:07pm Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc.
LISTEN SILLY WEE BOY, ALL COMMENTS THAT ARE MADE ABOUT HENDRY ARE PROVEABLE HE IS A SWINDLER AND A WOMEN BEATER ,THE REASON HENDRY CANNOT GO TO COURT AGAINST THESE CLAIMS IS HE KNOWS THEY WILL BE PROVEN AS FACTS IN COURT ,SO BETTER FOR THE THIEF /SWINLDER HENDRY TO HOPE IT ALL GOES AWAY.
THE WRITES OF THESE POSTS WOULD LOVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET HENDRY IN COURT AND PROVE ALL THESE STATEMENTS AS FACTS .
AND WE NOTE YOUR SPELLING OF THE POLICE AS THE POLIS , ONLY USED IN THE DUNDEE .
SO LEAVE THE BLACKBURN FOLK TO WEED OUT OUR SCUM ON OUR OWN.
We also note your spelling of swindler and WRITES? (wtf?), prove you are indeed a deluded idiot whose content with besmirching a name of a great legend, whilst throwing around slanderous and libellous accusations.

I'll ask again as I did Smelly, your other tin foil wearing counterpart.

We've seen your allegations now where's your proof?
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.[/p][/quote]You could well be right greensceener but just to add to the confusion, at the beginning of each original post it says USERNAME SAYS, and then for the replies it says USERNAME WROTE. Anyway it just seems wrong to me thats all. And they say two wrongs etc etc.[/p][/quote]LISTEN SILLY WEE BOY, ALL COMMENTS THAT ARE MADE ABOUT HENDRY ARE PROVEABLE HE IS A SWINDLER AND A WOMEN BEATER ,THE REASON HENDRY CANNOT GO TO COURT AGAINST THESE CLAIMS IS HE KNOWS THEY WILL BE PROVEN AS FACTS IN COURT ,SO BETTER FOR THE THIEF /SWINLDER HENDRY TO HOPE IT ALL GOES AWAY. THE WRITES OF THESE POSTS WOULD LOVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET HENDRY IN COURT AND PROVE ALL THESE STATEMENTS AS FACTS . AND WE NOTE YOUR SPELLING OF THE POLICE AS THE POLIS , ONLY USED IN THE DUNDEE . SO LEAVE THE BLACKBURN FOLK TO WEED OUT OUR SCUM ON OUR OWN.[/p][/quote]We also note your spelling of swindler and WRITES? (wtf?), prove you are indeed a deluded idiot whose content with besmirching a name of a great legend, whilst throwing around slanderous and libellous accusations. I'll ask again as I did Smelly, your other tin foil wearing counterpart. We've seen your allegations now where's your proof? blueblooded

5:12pm Tue 20 Nov 12

greenscreener says...

benal13 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken).

Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.
its more like bloody crime watch on here nowadays !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's CSI Blackburn, where every accident appears to be chicken-related and yet there's a curious smell of coffee. The first person accused is always a scotsman but is the real criminal a mysterious football agent ?

If you could make this stuff up nobody would believe you !.
[quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Don't want to get dragged into this debate but I think you will find that its actually a matter of Libel (where the defamation is written) rather than Slander (spoken). Although from the way he writes I dare say Ronnie is pretty happy to provide an oral version for anybody who asks.[/p][/quote]its more like bloody crime watch on here nowadays !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]That's CSI Blackburn, where every accident appears to be chicken-related and yet there's a curious smell of coffee. The first person accused is always a scotsman but is the real criminal a mysterious football agent ? If you could make this stuff up nobody would believe you !. greenscreener

5:42pm Tue 20 Nov 12

blueblooded says...

morleyclaret wrote:
Keith Myath wrote:
What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan.
'Jordan' eh.
Know him personally do we?
Ooooooh! *facepalm* what an immense comeback, dingle!

Austin
[quote][p][bold]morleyclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keith Myath[/bold] wrote: What refreshing humility. Keep 'em coming, Jordan.[/p][/quote]'Jordan' eh. Know him personally do we?[/p][/quote]Ooooooh! *facepalm* what an immense comeback, dingle! Austin blueblooded

5:59pm Tue 20 Nov 12

roverfor60years says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.
I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en…

Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’

A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.”

It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.[/p][/quote]I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en… Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’ A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.” It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so. roverfor60years

6:09pm Tue 20 Nov 12

French Rover says...

roverfor60years wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with.
You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me
Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here.

"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.
I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en…

Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’

A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.”

It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so.
This is getting ridiculous now, the number of anti-Hendry posts about this is pathetic. This is not anybody else's business but his. Why does everyone seem to want to know about his personal finances, how much he earsn and what he spends etc - even the PM and cabinet don't get this level of obsession about their financial situation. Would any of his (Hendrys) critics be open to everyone discussing their finances on here instead? Leave the bloke alone to sort his own life out FGS.
[quote][p][bold]roverfor60years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.[/p][/quote]I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en… Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’ A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.” It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so.[/p][/quote]This is getting ridiculous now, the number of anti-Hendry posts about this is pathetic. This is not anybody else's business but his. Why does everyone seem to want to know about his personal finances, how much he earsn and what he spends etc - even the PM and cabinet don't get this level of obsession about their financial situation. Would any of his (Hendrys) critics be open to everyone discussing their finances on here instead? Leave the bloke alone to sort his own life out FGS. French Rover

6:22pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Wild Rover says...

You should know it was me, Wild Rover who wrote Polis
And its as much a Glasgow word as any, I should know...
You are no Scot Ronnie Dingle, so stop trying... Dundee ha!
However, on ye go as we say, keep giving me ammo.kk
You should know it was me, Wild Rover who wrote Polis And its as much a Glasgow word as any, I should know... You are no Scot Ronnie Dingle, so stop trying... Dundee ha! However, on ye go as we say, keep giving me ammo.kk Wild Rover

6:28pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

greenscreener wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it.
Now I think the appropriate phrase is "Be careful what you wish for !"

Just when you wanted someone play with ......
Me and my big mouth :0)
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: News is a bit slow on here today. We need a new story so the end of the worlders can come out and throw some rocks at it.[/p][/quote]Now I think the appropriate phrase is "Be careful what you wish for !" Just when you wanted someone play with ......[/p][/quote]Me and my big mouth :0) Return of the Magnificent se7en

5:58am Wed 21 Nov 12

whappen says...

roverfor60years wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
Wild Rover wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll
Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..
Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.
RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???
Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.
I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en… Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’ A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.” It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so.
Is his £8k a week untouchable RF60Y? I assume this must be the case or his representative would not be referring solely to his pensions and fall off in commentary work.

When was this statement made? It could be a case of why let the facts get in the way of a good headline - not unique to the Scottish Sun. He may well be on £8k a week NOW, was he when they said this?

If Hendry is working the system then so be it. The only problem is the couple he borrowed the money from - and his behaviour towards them afterwards of course. If he was giving the finger to just the likes of BetFred, Bet365 and William Hills, companies which thrive on addiction, then I couldn't give a monkeys whether they get any of it back..
[quote][p][bold]roverfor60years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: The Big conspiracy is, why is Ronnie Clayton the stalker not in jail for spreading lies...where is your proof, if you had any I am sure the Polis would be interested. What you allege are criminal acts by CH are in fact under civil jurisdiction. Debt was decriminalised in the 19th century, wise up . You only bombard Hendry with this rubbish because you know he has no money to sue you with. You are a lowlife, whether you are posting as Ronnie or Smelly or whatever, but it will come back on you big style, trust me Up the Rovers, up the Gers and up yours Troll[/p][/quote]Seeing whats happening with the paedo tweets from that politician whose taking all those who retweeted to court for slander - and quite rightly so - one hopes its only a matter of time that the likes of Hendry and co take action the likes of RC and the other smelly conspiracy loving slanderous alegation posters on here. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone" as the good book says..[/p][/quote]Can it be slander if it's true ? Only asking.[/p][/quote]RC continually papps on about Hendry being a women beater, plural, WOMEN. As far as I am aware Hendry has never been charged with beating any woman, singular, not even cautioned for it so RC is in fact spreading a lie, so yes this is slander. He also has a payment order on him to pay back his list of creditors, so, he is paying his debts back. If he fails to comply with that order he can be jailed. So if it is all in hand, why the cyber stalking???[/p][/quote]Thank you for that...I just thought that someone on Hendry's money should be making an effort to pay it back. Fine by me if he is.[/p][/quote]I have no wish to be dragged into this discussion but for the record it appears you may be mistaken Magnificent se7en… Under the headline "£8,000-a-week Colin Hendry: I can't pay my debts" three weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that Hendry ‘has sparked fury after wriggling out of settling his debts. He had agreed to cough up £1,000 a month for three years — paying just two per cent of the £2million he owes.’ A letter from Hendry’s Trustee in Bankruptcy Louise Brittain said: “As a result of poor performing pension investments and adverse publicity affecting his ability to obtain commentary work, Mr Hendry’s income suffered a substantial reduction and he was no longer able to make voluntary contributions.” It may be of course that he is separately repaying his pensioner neighbours out of his brfc salary. I hope so.[/p][/quote]Is his £8k a week untouchable RF60Y? I assume this must be the case or his representative would not be referring solely to his pensions and fall off in commentary work. When was this statement made? It could be a case of why let the facts get in the way of a good headline - not unique to the Scottish Sun. He may well be on £8k a week NOW, was he when they said this? If Hendry is working the system then so be it. The only problem is the couple he borrowed the money from - and his behaviour towards them afterwards of course. If he was giving the finger to just the likes of BetFred, Bet365 and William Hills, companies which thrive on addiction, then I couldn't give a monkeys whether they get any of it back.. whappen

8:14am Wed 21 Nov 12

halfhearted says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c

o.uk/scotsol/homepag

e/news/4612568/8000-

a-week-Colin-Hendry-

I-cant-pay-my-debts.

html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
Get a life you Moron. The powers are in place for the Poice to charge people with Domestic Violence,whether there be a complaint or not. Has this happened NO.
Its all well and good for you to hide behind the identity of one of Rovers all time greats,h would never have or did write or peak with such venom.
The article is about a young playr with great potential. Stic with the article or get lost.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]Get a life you Moron. The powers are in place for the Poice to charge people with Domestic Violence,whether there be a complaint or not. Has this happened NO. Its all well and good for you to hide behind the identity of one of Rovers all time greats,h would never have or did write or peak with such venom. The article is about a young playr with great potential. Stic with the article or get lost. halfhearted

8:25am Wed 21 Nov 12

halfhearted says...

ronnie clayton wrote:
Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with .
"Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read

www.thescottishsun.c

o.uk/scotsol/homepag

e/news/4612568/8000-

a-week-Colin-Hendry-

I-cant-pay-my-debts.

html

Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money !

Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence.
The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious.

Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.
Get a life you Moron. The powers are in place for the Poice to charge people with Domestic Violence,whether there be a complaint or not. Has this happened NO.
Its all well and good for you to hide behind the identity of one of Rovers all time greats,h would never have or did write or peak with such venom.
The article is about a young playr with great potential. Stic with the article or get lost.
[quote][p][bold]ronnie clayton[/bold] wrote: Couple of points that were posted in Saturdays Lancashire Telegraph regarding the views on Rovers employing Hendry as defensive coach one of the legacy`s Hendry`s drinking chum Kean left us with . "Return of the magnificent 7" , posted that Hendry was repaying a Income payment order set down by the courts and if he did not pay it he would be put in jail, this "I.P.O" was a commitment for him to pay back 1,000 pounds a month over 36 months , in total he had to pay back 36,000 pounds in total of his debt of 2.25 million pounds ,Hendry stopped paying it after 4 months ,but no jail ? read www.thescottishsun.c o.uk/scotsol/homepag e/news/4612568/8000- a-week-Colin-Hendry- I-cant-pay-my-debts. html Regarding another comment about Hendry offering to pay back the pensioners their life savings he swindled from them , Hendry said the old couple that loaned the their life savings were scum and a cancer and they will never get a penny back,and Hendry followed that statement up with a hee hee ,drinking your money ! Also "padle brfc" posted that when Hendry was arrested for domestic violence he was released without charge, that is true but the Blackpool police do not go to someone`s in the house early hours of Sunday morning ,handcuff and arrest a person and put them in jail for no reason , his barrister got him out the next day when the girlfriend decided she did not want to go through with it ,this is not a first for him Hendry being arrested for domestic violence. The Police will not arrest a person in they circumstances unless the person is guilty ,the police will tell you that whether he never got charged is irrelevant he did the acts of violence on his girlfriend , that`s fairly obvious. Running a football club is more than just results , to foreign owners it might be , but to the decent majority it`s not, we need people of honour running our club ,at times you would think with some folk and what they post that they would let indecent, immoral, dishonourable people (top of the pops 1970 Deejays types) running our club as long as they won a few games.[/p][/quote]Get a life you Moron. The powers are in place for the Poice to charge people with Domestic Violence,whether there be a complaint or not. Has this happened NO. Its all well and good for you to hide behind the identity of one of Rovers all time greats,h would never have or did write or peak with such venom. The article is about a young playr with great potential. Stic with the article or get lost. halfhearted

9:54am Wed 21 Nov 12

A Darener says...

Chelsea sack manager..........Don
't worry Abramo... Kean's available to start right away!
Chelsea sack manager..........Don 't worry Abramo... Kean's available to start right away! A Darener

7:37pm Wed 21 Nov 12

whappen says...

French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly
Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??
My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.
Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.
There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014. Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems. In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'..... Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.
I thought it was Venkys who sorted Samba's contract.

Didn't he say he wanted to leave because they had lied to him about what they were going to do at Rovers? Maybe he was referring to what they had told him just to keep him there.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Listening to Berg talk is so refreshing. No arrogance, lies, slimy lip licking and outrageous claims. Just honest and straightforward. Rhodes and Murphy sounded the same. At last players are able to speak freely and honestly[/p][/quote]Which leaves one wondering why they weren't able to speak 'freely and honestly' before ??[/p][/quote]My guess would be that their instinct told them to keep quiet whatever their view. If it was against Kean and Venkys, they couldnt and if it was pro Kean they darent.[/p][/quote]Yes. It seems anyone who spoke out against the regime was out of the door. Nelsen and Samba spring to mind.[/p][/quote]There is no loyalty shown by hardly any players, including the likes of Chris Samba. He was pushing for a move out of Ewood in the summer of 2009 when BFS was here and he kept on about it during the first part of season. So in November 2009 so to to keep Samba satisfied (and make sure that if he did go it would be for a big transfer) the Rovers board under John Williams and co gave him a 5 year contract (along with a big rise) to take him through to 2014. Then one year later BFS got sacked and in Dec 2010 Samba was quickly pushing to get away again (said he couldn't play under Kean and who could blame him but in reality just another convenient excuse) and suddenly he was being linked with everyone under the sun it seems. In the end he got what he wanted - and the Rovers got a decent tranfer fee. But that was nothing to do with anyone forcing him out. Samba opened the door and exited on his own initiative. He is just one of many footballing mercenaries (not many of them from the Congo) who are making money their god and saying "well it is a short career and we need to get as much out of football as possible before we retire or get injured'..... Well that may have been true twenty five years ago when only a handful of really top players get paid well - but now even medium guys are getting paid thousands every week and are content to sit on the bench for it. No pride or work ethic - just hands out for some of the plentiful cash that is circling within the game these days.[/p][/quote]I thought it was Venkys who sorted Samba's contract. Didn't he say he wanted to leave because they had lied to him about what they were going to do at Rovers? Maybe he was referring to what they had told him just to keep him there. whappen

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