GALLERY & VIDEOS: FULL TIME - Burnley 1 Blackburn Rovers 1

GALLERY & VIDEOS: FULL TIME - Burnley 1 Blackburn Rovers 1

Rovers manager Henning Berg at Turf Moor this afternoon.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche

First published in Sport

SAM Vokes’ 89th-minute header cancelled out Jordan Rhodes’ goal as the East Lancashire derby finished in a draw at Turf Moor this afternoon.

Rhodes had put Rovers ahead when he headed home Mauro Formica’s cross in the 68th minute.

But Vokes rose highest to flick Junior Stanislas’ free kick into the far corner with a minute remaining.

Paul Robinson had made two fine saves before the interval as Burnley had the better of the first half.

Robinson kept out Charlie Austin's goalbound header from Ross Wallace's cross before the keeper dived full length to turn Martin Paterson's shot wide.

Burnley: Lee Grant, Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Ben Mee, Dean Marney, Brian Stock (Danny Ings 75), Chris McCann (Sam Vokes 86), Ross Wallace, Charlie Austin, Martin Paterson (Junior Stanislas 75). Subs not used: Brian Jensen, Danny Lafferty, David Edgar, Marvin Bartley.

Rovers: Paul Robinson, Adam Henley, Scott Dann, Grant Hanley, Martin Olsson, Mauro Formica (Simon Vukcevic 79), Jason Lowe, Danny Murphy, Morten Gamst Pedersen (Josh King 55), Colin Kazim-Richards, Jordan Rhodes. Subs not used: Jake Kean, Gael Givet, Markus Olsson, David Dunn, Ruben Rochina.

  • ABOVE: Rovers fans at Ewood Park this morning

  • ABOVE: Rovers fans arrive at Turf Moor, supervised by a large police operation

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2:26pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

33years and STILL waiting

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Lancs - pensioner
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2:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
33years and STILL waiting

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire. Harwoodstblue
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2:47pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Roverthere says...

A point away, but we should be doing better against the likes of Burnley and other lower clubs!
A point away, but we should be doing better against the likes of Burnley and other lower clubs! Roverthere
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2:50pm Sun 2 Dec 12

penrithrover says...

Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs. penrithrover
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2:50pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean merlinrabbit
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2:53pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
[quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle merlinrabbit
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2:54pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Jez1959 says...

Really had a bad feeling about this one. But once again burnley seem incapable of getting one over us. It is heart warming to know that however bad and chaotic things are at Ewood you can always rely on the dingles to mess it up yet again. Bit naffed that we let them score but how glum must you dingles be feeling. Admit it you thought this was your time. Dont expect many of you gloating on here tonight. Enjoy your evening
Really had a bad feeling about this one. But once again burnley seem incapable of getting one over us. It is heart warming to know that however bad and chaotic things are at Ewood you can always rely on the dingles to mess it up yet again. Bit naffed that we let them score but how glum must you dingles be feeling. Admit it you thought this was your time. Dont expect many of you gloating on here tonight. Enjoy your evening Jez1959
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2:54pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Jez1959 says...

Really had a bad feeling about this one. But once again burnley seem incapable of getting one over us. It is heart warming to know that however bad and chaotic things are at Ewood you can always rely on the dingles to mess it up yet again. Bit naffed that we let them score but how glum must you dingles be feeling. Admit it you thought this was your time. Dont expect many of you gloating on here tonight. Enjoy your evening
Really had a bad feeling about this one. But once again burnley seem incapable of getting one over us. It is heart warming to know that however bad and chaotic things are at Ewood you can always rely on the dingles to mess it up yet again. Bit naffed that we let them score but how glum must you dingles be feeling. Admit it you thought this was your time. Dont expect many of you gloating on here tonight. Enjoy your evening Jez1959
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2:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

glp says...

The Dingles cannot even beat Venkys Blackburn Rovers lol
The Dingles cannot even beat Venkys Blackburn Rovers lol glp
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2:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

HHHH says...

Even with our worst team in twenty years they still can't beat us. Perhaps we'll give them a one goal start at Ewood.
Jordan Rhodes - pure quality.
Even with our worst team in twenty years they still can't beat us. Perhaps we'll give them a one goal start at Ewood. Jordan Rhodes - pure quality. HHHH
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2:57pm Sun 2 Dec 12

penrithrover says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves. penrithrover
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2:59pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Yep, Charlie austin 8 chances, no goals,
Jordan Rhodes 1 chance 1 goal = 8 million pound player. C Austin= Hod carrier. Unless we manage to snap him up for half a million then we may be able to turn him into a decent player, but it may take a while and he will have to learn a lot from rhodes.
[quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Yep, Charlie austin 8 chances, no goals, Jordan Rhodes 1 chance 1 goal = 8 million pound player. C Austin= Hod carrier. Unless we manage to snap him up for half a million then we may be able to turn him into a decent player, but it may take a while and he will have to learn a lot from rhodes. Return of the Magnificent se7en
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2:59pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

penrithrover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
Dingle
[quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.[/p][/quote]Dingle Return of the Magnificent se7en
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3:01pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Dukes says...

Mental owners, crazy directors, Steve Kean effect, new manager, poor run of form, playing away from home and you STILL can't win.

TIME for Shebby to go and a proper chairman making decisions.

BERG OUT.
Mental owners, crazy directors, Steve Kean effect, new manager, poor run of form, playing away from home and you STILL can't win. TIME for Shebby to go and a proper chairman making decisions. BERG OUT. Dukes
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3:01pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok merlinrabbit
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3:02pm Sun 2 Dec 12

penrithrover says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
Dingle
PRATT
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.[/p][/quote]Dingle[/p][/quote]PRATT penrithrover
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3:05pm Sun 2 Dec 12

juanbbien says...

HHHH wrote:
Even with our worst team in twenty years they still can't beat us. Perhaps we'll give them a one goal start at Ewood.
Jordan Rhodes - pure quality.
And who would be scoring the goals for us without him,rovers worst team in years can't go without letting a goal in the last five minutes,how many points have we lost with this failing we are becoming well adrift from the leading pack,don't forget shebbys statement we must get back to the premier at all costs
[quote][p][bold]HHHH[/bold] wrote: Even with our worst team in twenty years they still can't beat us. Perhaps we'll give them a one goal start at Ewood. Jordan Rhodes - pure quality.[/p][/quote]And who would be scoring the goals for us without him,rovers worst team in years can't go without letting a goal in the last five minutes,how many points have we lost with this failing we are becoming well adrift from the leading pack,don't forget shebbys statement we must get back to the premier at all costs juanbbien
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3:06pm Sun 2 Dec 12

damo666 says...

i was one of those who was also worried we were going to lose,never mind we can sleep easy and wait till you come to a proper stadium. charlie austin may be good but hes no way any where near rhodes,he will be laughin his head off tonite- to think scumley thought they had a better striker!!!! we are going through change and this was the best chance you had,you blew it dingles big time! well done rovers,onward and upward,lets kick on.
i was one of those who was also worried we were going to lose,never mind we can sleep easy and wait till you come to a proper stadium. charlie austin may be good but hes no way any where near rhodes,he will be laughin his head off tonite- to think scumley thought they had a better striker!!!! we are going through change and this was the best chance you had,you blew it dingles big time! well done rovers,onward and upward,lets kick on. damo666
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3:06pm Sun 2 Dec 12

willhelmrover98 says...

gutted that the inbreds got one back, but i am quite happy as it is a point away from home and we played 2 UP FRONT! :D HB seems to getting to know the squad better with Vukevic coming on for half an hour.
Only Cardiff next! Come on you blues!
gutted that the inbreds got one back, but i am quite happy as it is a point away from home and we played 2 UP FRONT! :D HB seems to getting to know the squad better with Vukevic coming on for half an hour. Only Cardiff next! Come on you blues! willhelmrover98
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3:06pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Great result, point away from home at dingle dome when confidence is low will give a boost to the players. Well done lads, the 33 years continues and dick van dyke doing the ol bamboo in the changing rooms after. Charlie Austin, he used to build walls and now he plasters them too.
Sorted
Great result, point away from home at dingle dome when confidence is low will give a boost to the players. Well done lads, the 33 years continues and dick van dyke doing the ol bamboo in the changing rooms after. Charlie Austin, he used to build walls and now he plasters them too. Sorted Return of the Magnificent se7en
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3:08pm Sun 2 Dec 12

1952 rover says...

And another one for the rover's over the Dingles. HA HA HA !!! . 34 and counting. Onwards and upwards.
And another one for the rover's over the Dingles. HA HA HA !!! . 34 and counting. Onwards and upwards. 1952 rover
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3:09pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

Hope. Burnley shopkeepers have boarded up their windows.
Hope. Burnley shopkeepers have boarded up their windows. A Darener
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3:10pm Sun 2 Dec 12

dangerous dave says...

Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent
ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!!
Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!!
YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!!
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!! Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!! YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS dangerous dave
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3:13pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal. FCBurnley
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3:14pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Accy Phil says...

After wednesdays abysmal performance, I would have taken the draw today.
After wednesdays abysmal performance, I would have taken the draw today. Accy Phil
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3:15pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

penrithrover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
No you are a Dingle. You really are. Go and preach somewhere else.
[quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.[/p][/quote]No you are a Dingle. You really are. Go and preach somewhere else. merlinrabbit
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3:15pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar FCBurnley
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3:18pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains Return of the Magnificent se7en
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3:19pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
33 yrs........... Yes, thirty three, and you STILL can't beat us.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]33 yrs........... Yes, thirty three, and you STILL can't beat us. Harwoodstblue
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3:23pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it. merlinrabbit
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3:24pm Sun 2 Dec 12

penrithrover says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
No you are a Dingle. You really are. Go and preach somewhere else.
PRATT
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.[/p][/quote]No you are a Dingle. You really are. Go and preach somewhere else.[/p][/quote]PRATT penrithrover
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3:25pm Sun 2 Dec 12

coates warder says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
and your chicken loving supporters have never done anything like this before...get real or do you only see what you want to see.best ban all away support for these games both sets of supporters are as bad..
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]and your chicken loving supporters have never done anything like this before...get real or do you only see what you want to see.best ban all away support for these games both sets of supporters are as bad.. coates warder
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3:26pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew merlinrabbit
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3:30pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans merlinrabbit
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3:30pm Sun 2 Dec 12

spotonblue says...

Just got back from T--d Moor, what a shambles.
Get used to the championship we are going to be there for some time.
If shebbie is true to his word lets start to look forward to yet another top manager, Berg is definitely not up to this.
Just got back from T--d Moor, what a shambles. Get used to the championship we are going to be there for some time. If shebbie is true to his word lets start to look forward to yet another top manager, Berg is definitely not up to this. spotonblue
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3:31pm Sun 2 Dec 12

oggy 56 says...

damo666 wrote:
i was one of those who was also worried we were going to lose,never mind we can sleep easy and wait till you come to a proper stadium. charlie austin may be good but hes no way any where near rhodes,he will be laughin his head off tonite- to think scumley thought they had a better striker!!!! we are going through change and this was the best chance you had,you blew it dingles big time! well done rovers,onward and upward,lets kick on.
austin is a pub player 10 chances no goals rhodes 1 chance 1 goal coyb
[quote][p][bold]damo666[/bold] wrote: i was one of those who was also worried we were going to lose,never mind we can sleep easy and wait till you come to a proper stadium. charlie austin may be good but hes no way any where near rhodes,he will be laughin his head off tonite- to think scumley thought they had a better striker!!!! we are going through change and this was the best chance you had,you blew it dingles big time! well done rovers,onward and upward,lets kick on.[/p][/quote]austin is a pub player 10 chances no goals rhodes 1 chance 1 goal coyb oggy 56
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3:33pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.
Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper.

As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season.

You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered.

2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.[/p][/quote]Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper. As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season. You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered. 2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha FCBurnley
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3:33pm Sun 2 Dec 12

katrew says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent

ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!!
Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!!
YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!!
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Absolutely - fully agree
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!! Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!! YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS[/p][/quote]Absolutely - fully agree katrew
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3:34pm Sun 2 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains
Well if you do it wont be an issue as you regularly sit in your own urine soaked slacks held up with a knotted piece of string while you sit on the cathedral steps covered in vegetable soup shouting at passersby.

No doubt you'll be taking your excitement at your hard earned away point out on some poor unsuspecting close female family member.......or pet.
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains[/p][/quote]Well if you do it wont be an issue as you regularly sit in your own urine soaked slacks held up with a knotted piece of string while you sit on the cathedral steps covered in vegetable soup shouting at passersby. No doubt you'll be taking your excitement at your hard earned away point out on some poor unsuspecting close female family member.......or pet. George White Bread
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3:34pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
Not according to the live coverage in the LET
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]Not according to the live coverage in the LET FCBurnley
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3:35pm Sun 2 Dec 12

dangerous dave says...

Berg crap manager with crap backroom staff in Black and Hendry - 6 points out of possible 21!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Berg crap manager with crap backroom staff in Black and Hendry - 6 points out of possible 21!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS dangerous dave
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3:37pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
Not according to the live coverage in the LET
This came from people on the coaches and to me from a Burnley fan on twitter
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]Not according to the live coverage in the LET[/p][/quote]This came from people on the coaches and to me from a Burnley fan on twitter merlinrabbit
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3:37pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip. FCBurnley
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3:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg!
1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg! fanny_tickler.
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3:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

passingfootball says...

Again rovers make a meal of it, it looks as though if there is no clean sheet rovers cant win, today is another of 2 away points frittered away needlessly, add Burmley to the list with Derby, Huddersfield,Ipswich
.

Rovers havent learnt to adapt to life in the Championship yet, playing fancy football like they do on the premier league take its toll as here. When there are so many game its about getting the job done getting the ball in the danger area as quick as possible provide sufficient pressure, which may result indirectly in messy goals in the form of rebounds, tap ins, glances of body parts even penalties etc.
Again rovers make a meal of it, it looks as though if there is no clean sheet rovers cant win, today is another of 2 away points frittered away needlessly, add Burmley to the list with Derby, Huddersfield,Ipswich . Rovers havent learnt to adapt to life in the Championship yet, playing fancy football like they do on the premier league take its toll as here. When there are so many game its about getting the job done getting the ball in the danger area as quick as possible provide sufficient pressure, which may result indirectly in messy goals in the form of rebounds, tap ins, glances of body parts even penalties etc. passingfootball
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3:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.
Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper.

As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season.

You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered.

2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha
I'll give you that one. You havent much else to gest abou have you. We havent either but you should have won, you were all so sure, and you still couldnt. Just one thing though, the goalie is a member of the team just like the striker. Why shouldnt a goalie play a blinder? He did and you still didnt win
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.[/p][/quote]Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper. As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season. You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered. 2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha[/p][/quote]I'll give you that one. You havent much else to gest abou have you. We havent either but you should have won, you were all so sure, and you still couldnt. Just one thing though, the goalie is a member of the team just like the striker. Why shouldnt a goalie play a blinder? He did and you still didnt win merlinrabbit
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3:52pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Hovis1945 says...

Defending deep brings greater possibility of the opposition scoring. I thought everyone knew that, except our last and the current manager.
Defending deep brings greater possibility of the opposition scoring. I thought everyone knew that, except our last and the current manager. Hovis1945
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3:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

dangerous dave says...

Its so simple - no fighting, no coaches with smashed windows, no confrontations, no Police costs - just put the match on live at either Turf Moor or Ewood and watch the thousands of fans roll in at each ground - why cant this be done?
BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21 - DEMOTION ON THE CARDS .AGAIN.

OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Its so simple - no fighting, no coaches with smashed windows, no confrontations, no Police costs - just put the match on live at either Turf Moor or Ewood and watch the thousands of fans roll in at each ground - why cant this be done? BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21 - DEMOTION ON THE CARDS .AGAIN. OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS dangerous dave
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3:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

passingfootball says...

spotonblue wrote:
Just got back from T--d Moor, what a shambles.
Get used to the championship we are going to be there for some time.
If shebbie is true to his word lets start to look forward to yet another top manager, Berg is definitely not up to this.
In the same period mccarthy has produced 4 wins, this prove how much experience at this level counts,you get an idea of what approach to take against teams and you have a feel of what types of goals they concede, seeing games out is a real weakness of rovers, not to give away needless free-kicks in your own half by diving in, keep the ball longer and make the opposition chase the ball should be obvious in killing the final minutes.
[quote][p][bold]spotonblue[/bold] wrote: Just got back from T--d Moor, what a shambles. Get used to the championship we are going to be there for some time. If shebbie is true to his word lets start to look forward to yet another top manager, Berg is definitely not up to this.[/p][/quote]In the same period mccarthy has produced 4 wins, this prove how much experience at this level counts,you get an idea of what approach to take against teams and you have a feel of what types of goals they concede, seeing games out is a real weakness of rovers, not to give away needless free-kicks in your own half by diving in, keep the ball longer and make the opposition chase the ball should be obvious in killing the final minutes. passingfootball
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3:58pm Sun 2 Dec 12

stick to football says...

Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers

ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference.

HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will
Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference. HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will stick to football
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3:58pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x Chico!
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3:58pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg!
Is that really the best you can come up with you desperado? We're the sh1ttest we've been for decades and you STILL can't beat us, even at your 3rd world sh1t hole of a ground.

RTID
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: 1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg![/p][/quote]Is that really the best you can come up with you desperado? We're the sh1ttest we've been for decades and you STILL can't beat us, even at your 3rd world sh1t hole of a ground. RTID Rovers75
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3:59pm Sun 2 Dec 12

juanbbien says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent

ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!!
Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!!
YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!!
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Yes you are right this cobbled result doesn't make any difference to the league position we are in,now well adrift from the pack and still playing poorly,leaking in late goals which as been going on far too long,Berg as much as I want him to succeed his record is poor to say the least,for goodness sake Burnley are below us it's not like we have gone to a top team and got a result no way are we going up this season over to you Sebby.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: Never mind all the crap spoken above - the facts are Mr Berg 6 points out of a possible 21 - abysmal performance on' your part' and that of Black and Hendry !!!!!! Lost the game yet again in the last 10 mins - organization/concent ration well below that expected of a team wanting promotion. and as for those doubting Robinson - well he kept us in the game!! Yes Shabby Shabby you have appointed a chap with no experience and no success record and you deserve all you get but the supporters get the sticky end because they have to stump up the cash to watch a team that is well below par in respect of promotion never mind the play off places!!! YES AGAIN MR BERG 6 POINTS OUT OF A POSSIBLE 21!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS[/p][/quote]Yes you are right this cobbled result doesn't make any difference to the league position we are in,now well adrift from the pack and still playing poorly,leaking in late goals which as been going on far too long,Berg as much as I want him to succeed his record is poor to say the least,for goodness sake Burnley are below us it's not like we have gone to a top team and got a result no way are we going up this season over to you Sebby. juanbbien
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4:03pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me . merlinrabbit
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4:06pm Sun 2 Dec 12

passingfootball says...

anyone heard what berg had to say about the game, he cant happy with the performance
anyone heard what berg had to say about the game, he cant happy with the performance passingfootball
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4:09pm Sun 2 Dec 12

HHHH says...

Can't believe people are criticising Berg. He's inherited a shambles and people expect instant results. I don't really give a **** what McCarthy has done at Ipswich - they were poor but stable. Berg inherited a crisis.
Give the guy a break and judge him in June.
Can't believe people are criticising Berg. He's inherited a shambles and people expect instant results. I don't really give a **** what McCarthy has done at Ipswich - they were poor but stable. Berg inherited a crisis. Give the guy a break and judge him in June. HHHH
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4:09pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
We'll soon find out tomorrow......Absolu
tely disgusting if it's true....animals, the lot of em.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]We'll soon find out tomorrow......Absolu tely disgusting if it's true....animals, the lot of em. Harwoodstblue
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4:13pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

Come on you moaners admit it you are mightily relieved we did not lose!
If Burnley can't beat us in the state we are in at the moment then they never will.
Rhodes proved he was a better high pressure player than Austin.
Come on you moaners admit it you are mightily relieved we did not lose! If Burnley can't beat us in the state we are in at the moment then they never will. Rhodes proved he was a better high pressure player than Austin. A Darener
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4:17pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Navy-Rover says...

George White Bread wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains
Well if you do it wont be an issue as you regularly sit in your own urine soaked slacks held up with a knotted piece of string while you sit on the cathedral steps covered in vegetable soup shouting at passersby.

No doubt you'll be taking your excitement at your hard earned away point out on some poor unsuspecting close female family member.......or pet.
Oh come on now George, you've got to stop munching down on those bitterness pills!

Today was the best chance you dingles have had to beat a struggling Rovers team and leaprog us in the table and.....

You Choked!

The Rovers were abysmal today and you still couldn't do it! Oh well, try again next time.

33 yrs and still counting! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
!!!
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains[/p][/quote]Well if you do it wont be an issue as you regularly sit in your own urine soaked slacks held up with a knotted piece of string while you sit on the cathedral steps covered in vegetable soup shouting at passersby. No doubt you'll be taking your excitement at your hard earned away point out on some poor unsuspecting close female family member.......or pet.[/p][/quote]Oh come on now George, you've got to stop munching down on those bitterness pills! Today was the best chance you dingles have had to beat a struggling Rovers team and leaprog us in the table and..... You Choked! The Rovers were abysmal today and you still couldn't do it! Oh well, try again next time. 33 yrs and still counting! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !!! Navy-Rover
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4:20pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else. FCBurnley
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4:23pm Sun 2 Dec 12

passingfootball says...

Justing an oberservation is not the same as criticising, It is more about the manager making sure the players giving 100%. working to improve the play game by game and seeing player not giving enough to be dropped, considering the money spent and the size of squad rovers have they have no excuse, results have gone worse, not a single clean sheet if it wasnt for rhodes goals berg would be in even worse predicament
Justing an oberservation is not the same as criticising, It is more about the manager making sure the players giving 100%. working to improve the play game by game and seeing player not giving enough to be dropped, considering the money spent and the size of squad rovers have they have no excuse, results have gone worse, not a single clean sheet if it wasnt for rhodes goals berg would be in even worse predicament passingfootball
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4:24pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
Still disgusting if it's true..... We'll know tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]Still disgusting if it's true..... We'll know tomorrow. Harwoodstblue
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4:26pm Sun 2 Dec 12

srvp28 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry... srvp28
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4:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Wild Rover says...

stick to football wrote:
Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers

ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference.

HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will
Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really
give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored.
Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...?
[quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference. HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will[/p][/quote]Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored. Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...? Wild Rover
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4:36pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football.
Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football. A Darener
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4:38pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Deadwoodchamps says...

Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.
Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore. Deadwoodchamps
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4:38pm Sun 2 Dec 12

owd nick says...

stick to football wrote:
Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers

ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference.

HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will
Agreed, a nervous afternoon because this was the dingles first real chance for years to beat us, and they failed miserably yet again, Rovers lack confidence and are not playing well so I suppose that this was a good point and it keeps the six fingered web footed ones under our heels for a while longer.

The transfer window is key to the rest of the season, Berg needs the opportunity to bring his own players in and clear out Keans failures then we can start to judge him fairly, so any points we can pick up home or away until then will be something of a bonus.

It's an old saying, "It's a marathon not a sprint" and this league is a marathon, lets hope that Rovers are capable of running negative splits.
[quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference. HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will[/p][/quote]Agreed, a nervous afternoon because this was the dingles first real chance for years to beat us, and they failed miserably yet again, Rovers lack confidence and are not playing well so I suppose that this was a good point and it keeps the six fingered web footed ones under our heels for a while longer. The transfer window is key to the rest of the season, Berg needs the opportunity to bring his own players in and clear out Keans failures then we can start to judge him fairly, so any points we can pick up home or away until then will be something of a bonus. It's an old saying, "It's a marathon not a sprint" and this league is a marathon, lets hope that Rovers are capable of running negative splits. owd nick
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4:39pm Sun 2 Dec 12

JPainter90 says...

Disappointed to have conceded so late on but on the whole we probably only deserved a point. Could easily have been over at the half way mark but we saw a different Rovers side come out for the second half and King gave us that spark we needed. Sounds like our players are in need of boot up the backside for round 2 at Ewood where the six fingered chimps will be put in their place.
So, well done Dingles. You've blown it, again.
Disappointed to have conceded so late on but on the whole we probably only deserved a point. Could easily have been over at the half way mark but we saw a different Rovers side come out for the second half and King gave us that spark we needed. Sounds like our players are in need of boot up the backside for round 2 at Ewood where the six fingered chimps will be put in their place. So, well done Dingles. You've blown it, again. JPainter90
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4:39pm Sun 2 Dec 12

JPainter90 says...

Disappointed to have conceded so late on but on the whole we probably only deserved a point. Could easily have been over at the half way mark but we saw a different Rovers side come out for the second half and King gave us that spark we needed. Sounds like our players are in need of boot up the backside for round 2 at Ewood where the six fingered chimps will be put in their place.
So, well done Dingles. You've blown it, again.
Disappointed to have conceded so late on but on the whole we probably only deserved a point. Could easily have been over at the half way mark but we saw a different Rovers side come out for the second half and King gave us that spark we needed. Sounds like our players are in need of boot up the backside for round 2 at Ewood where the six fingered chimps will be put in their place. So, well done Dingles. You've blown it, again. JPainter90
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4:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

penrithrover says...

Wild Rover wrote:
stick to football wrote:
Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers

ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference.

HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will
Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really
give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored.
Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...?
Agree with your comments but Singh said when Berg was appointed managers that Berg knew and promised immediate success, one month is not enough but why make comments about " I know what the owners want and I will do if for them first season " these were comments Singh attributed to Berg that was the reason he got the job in the first place , maybe if Berg never made these promises about instant success we would have what we all wanted an experienced manager in, with his own coaching team.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference. HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will[/p][/quote]Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored. Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...?[/p][/quote]Agree with your comments but Singh said when Berg was appointed managers that Berg knew and promised immediate success, one month is not enough but why make comments about " I know what the owners want and I will do if for them first season " these were comments Singh attributed to Berg that was the reason he got the job in the first place , maybe if Berg never made these promises about instant success we would have what we all wanted an experienced manager in, with his own coaching team. penrithrover
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4:43pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
I've heard the exact same story. It could be a rumor of course but it wouldn't surprise me one bit given the absolute putrid hatred the majority of those horrible parasites have for Rovers. We're talking about the absolute scum of the earth who belong in a zoo.

As for those on Bergs back, you need to just take a step back and understand what the guy has inherited from the shockingly bad Steve Kean. Anyone who thinks any manager would come in and suddenly turn a 2 year nightmare into some fairytale needs to get real.
Yes we were under the cosh abit today but came away from that filth hole with a decent point against a club who's fans live and breath to hate Rovers. We've had some very average results and performances of late but we have to back Berg and wait for him to make some hopefully decent signings in January and the summer.

The boycotting and protests have sapped the life and soul out of the club (I stayed away at the start of the season!), so if we want to get back to our once well established and respected premier league status we have to get behind Berg 100% because the club can not take anymore turmoil.

RTID - The Dingles worst nightmare - we will not be beaten!
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]I've heard the exact same story. It could be a rumor of course but it wouldn't surprise me one bit given the absolute putrid hatred the majority of those horrible parasites have for Rovers. We're talking about the absolute scum of the earth who belong in a zoo. As for those on Bergs back, you need to just take a step back and understand what the guy has inherited from the shockingly bad Steve Kean. Anyone who thinks any manager would come in and suddenly turn a 2 year nightmare into some fairytale needs to get real. Yes we were under the cosh abit today but came away from that filth hole with a decent point against a club who's fans live and breath to hate Rovers. We've had some very average results and performances of late but we have to back Berg and wait for him to make some hopefully decent signings in January and the summer. The boycotting and protests have sapped the life and soul out of the club (I stayed away at the start of the season!), so if we want to get back to our once well established and respected premier league status we have to get behind Berg 100% because the club can not take anymore turmoil. RTID - The Dingles worst nightmare - we will not be beaten! Rovers75
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4:47pm Sun 2 Dec 12

dangerous dave says...

Wild Rover - obviously talking with your size 12 feet - no rhythm just like Berg s team
OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
Wild Rover - obviously talking with your size 12 feet - no rhythm just like Berg s team OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS dangerous dave
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4:50pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha FCBurnley
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4:53pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.
More irony from another bitter and twisted clown. Village idiots? That medieval rat pit I've had the mis-pleasure of breathing the stenching air of bitterness and anger in today epitomises the term village idiots.


RTID
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.[/p][/quote]More irony from another bitter and twisted clown. Village idiots? That medieval rat pit I've had the mis-pleasure of breathing the stenching air of bitterness and anger in today epitomises the term village idiots. RTID Rovers75
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5:02pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Have you actually read what you've just posted? Read it back to yourself a few times and then you might start to understand why we cry with laughter at your desperation. Just another desperado clinging on to the slightest bit of hope to convince yourself you're club has some purpose.

2 years unbeaten? Oh deary deary me.......
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha[/p][/quote]Have you actually read what you've just posted? Read it back to yourself a few times and then you might start to understand why we cry with laughter at your desperation. Just another desperado clinging on to the slightest bit of hope to convince yourself you're club has some purpose. 2 years unbeaten? Oh deary deary me....... Rovers75
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5:04pm Sun 2 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team.

And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano.

Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x
A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team. And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano. Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x fanny_tickler.
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5:05pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Angry From Accrington says...

Another two points thrown away by careless defending and the inability of the team to defend and capitailise upon a lead, especially against inferior sides in the league like Burnley. If we can't win against the division's makeweights we can have no serious hopes of promotion.
We are weak in all areas..........defen
ce, midfield, attack, coaching, management and of course..............
..............suppor
t.
Another two points thrown away by careless defending and the inability of the team to defend and capitailise upon a lead, especially against inferior sides in the league like Burnley. If we can't win against the division's makeweights we can have no serious hopes of promotion. We are weak in all areas..........defen ce, midfield, attack, coaching, management and of course.............. ..............suppor t. Angry From Accrington
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5:11pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Navy-Rover says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Rovers fans continue to laugh at Burnley fans because despite the fact that you outplayed us for the majority of the game, you still couldn't beat us! We know how sh1te we are at the moment, so that speaks volumes for your tinpot team doesn't it??

Your 2 years unbeaten against the Rovers is a most impressive record my friend.... but not quite as impressive as 33yrs! Muhahahaha!

Roll on part 2 next year!

Arte et Labore
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha[/p][/quote]Rovers fans continue to laugh at Burnley fans because despite the fact that you outplayed us for the majority of the game, you still couldn't beat us! We know how sh1te we are at the moment, so that speaks volumes for your tinpot team doesn't it?? Your 2 years unbeaten against the Rovers is a most impressive record my friend.... but not quite as impressive as 33yrs! Muhahahaha! Roll on part 2 next year! Arte et Labore Navy-Rover
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5:12pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Is that the best you can come up with?

Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final.

Bless x
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha[/p][/quote]Is that the best you can come up with? Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final. Bless x Chico!
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5:19pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team.

And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano.

Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x
'Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x'

Classic and typical fantasy dingle tosh fanny.

Your're still second best cocker. Accept it and move on.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team. And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano. Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x[/p][/quote]'Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x' Classic and typical fantasy dingle tosh fanny. Your're still second best cocker. Accept it and move on. Rovers75
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5:21pm Sun 2 Dec 12

martintheaker says...

@LancsPolice tweeted several hours ago that all coaches arrived without incident, and have also confirmed that the return journey was incident free. God knows why people over react to a malicious rumour.
@LancsPolice tweeted several hours ago that all coaches arrived without incident, and have also confirmed that the return journey was incident free. God knows why people over react to a malicious rumour. martintheaker
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5:23pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Navy-Rover says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team.

And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano.

Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x
Awww bless. No need to 'cling' to the record really, it's there for all to see and you're hardly going to better it are you?

So you'll do the business in March will you? Hmmm.... i was under the impression that you were going to do the business today at Turd Moor?

Once again, the not so mighty clarets are found wanting in the great derby of East Lancashire.

No matter how bad Rovers get, you will always be our poor little inferior neighbour!

Sweet dreams tonight, try not to grind your teeth too much through frustration... that is if you have any teeth! ;-)
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team. And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano. Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x[/p][/quote]Awww bless. No need to 'cling' to the record really, it's there for all to see and you're hardly going to better it are you? So you'll do the business in March will you? Hmmm.... i was under the impression that you were going to do the business today at Turd Moor? Once again, the not so mighty clarets are found wanting in the great derby of East Lancashire. No matter how bad Rovers get, you will always be our poor little inferior neighbour! Sweet dreams tonight, try not to grind your teeth too much through frustration... that is if you have any teeth! ;-) Navy-Rover
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5:27pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

Just a few dingle moaners on here. Are the rest trashing their town centre?
Just a few dingle moaners on here. Are the rest trashing their town centre? A Darener
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5:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

jim 2012 says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.
just who are you trying to impress
with your school boy puerile humour
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.[/p][/quote]just who are you trying to impress with your school boy puerile humour jim 2012
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5:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

bobbymimmsgloves says...

There is a girl from Nelson
Her name is Hazel Grove
She started watching Burnley when she was 6 years old.
She's been to nearly every game,
She's only missed a few.
She's never seen them beat ROVERS,
and now she's 32!!!!!!!!
There is a girl from Nelson Her name is Hazel Grove She started watching Burnley when she was 6 years old. She's been to nearly every game, She's only missed a few. She's never seen them beat ROVERS, and now she's 32!!!!!!!! bobbymimmsgloves
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5:40pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.
Yes, but you still can't beat us.....So who are the Knob jockyes now ?
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.[/p][/quote]Yes, but you still can't beat us.....So who are the Knob jockyes now ? Harwoodstblue
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5:41pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Deadwoodchamps wrote:
Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.
Yes, but you still can't beat us.....So who are the Knob jockeys now ?
[quote][p][bold]Deadwoodchamps[/bold] wrote: Blackburn boss Henning Berg now has only one win from seven games since his appointment. Knob jockeys unite at deadwood chicken ranch!! My non english speaking village idiots, the freakin lot of you ;-) numpties galore.[/p][/quote]Yes, but you still can't beat us.....So who are the Knob jockeys now ? Harwoodstblue
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5:42pm Sun 2 Dec 12

buzzinfly says...

maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
Big Day out, what a laugh. We've nothing to prove to the turds of Turd Moor. Anyway, shouldn't you be washing up?
[quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]Big Day out, what a laugh. We've nothing to prove to the turds of Turd Moor. Anyway, shouldn't you be washing up? buzzinfly
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5:44pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
Hopefully we won't be in the same league as you next year either we will get promoted, at least we have a chance or you will be demoted, quite likely if you can't beat the worst team Rovers have had for years.
[quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]Hopefully we won't be in the same league as you next year either we will get promoted, at least we have a chance or you will be demoted, quite likely if you can't beat the worst team Rovers have had for years. A Darener
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5:45pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
Calm down little dingle.

Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing!

Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t

Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself!


Silly little dingle!

Bless x
[quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]Calm down little dingle. Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing! Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself! Silly little dingle! Bless x Chico!
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5:47pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

Chico! wrote:
maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
Calm down little dingle.

Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing!

Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t

Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself!


Silly little dingle!

Bless x
Whoops! Typo! Can't be bothered correcting it, you're only a dingle & not worth the effort!
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]Calm down little dingle. Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing! Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself! Silly little dingle! Bless x[/p][/quote]Whoops! Typo! Can't be bothered correcting it, you're only a dingle & not worth the effort! Chico!
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5:50pm Sun 2 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated. fanny_tickler.
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5:59pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Rovers75 wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
I've heard the exact same story. It could be a rumor of course but it wouldn't surprise me one bit given the absolute putrid hatred the majority of those horrible parasites have for Rovers. We're talking about the absolute scum of the earth who belong in a zoo.

As for those on Bergs back, you need to just take a step back and understand what the guy has inherited from the shockingly bad Steve Kean. Anyone who thinks any manager would come in and suddenly turn a 2 year nightmare into some fairytale needs to get real.
Yes we were under the cosh abit today but came away from that filth hole with a decent point against a club who's fans live and breath to hate Rovers. We've had some very average results and performances of late but we have to back Berg and wait for him to make some hopefully decent signings in January and the summer.

The boycotting and protests have sapped the life and soul out of the club (I stayed away at the start of the season!), so if we want to get back to our once well established and respected premier league status we have to get behind Berg 100% because the club can not take anymore turmoil.

RTID - The Dingles worst nightmare - we will not be beaten!
Excellent post Rover75.....My only worry is regarding your final paragraph.....Will Venkys also get 100% behind Berg as well, or are we NOT all in this together ?
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]I've heard the exact same story. It could be a rumor of course but it wouldn't surprise me one bit given the absolute putrid hatred the majority of those horrible parasites have for Rovers. We're talking about the absolute scum of the earth who belong in a zoo. As for those on Bergs back, you need to just take a step back and understand what the guy has inherited from the shockingly bad Steve Kean. Anyone who thinks any manager would come in and suddenly turn a 2 year nightmare into some fairytale needs to get real. Yes we were under the cosh abit today but came away from that filth hole with a decent point against a club who's fans live and breath to hate Rovers. We've had some very average results and performances of late but we have to back Berg and wait for him to make some hopefully decent signings in January and the summer. The boycotting and protests have sapped the life and soul out of the club (I stayed away at the start of the season!), so if we want to get back to our once well established and respected premier league status we have to get behind Berg 100% because the club can not take anymore turmoil. RTID - The Dingles worst nightmare - we will not be beaten![/p][/quote]Excellent post Rover75.....My only worry is regarding your final paragraph.....Will Venkys also get 100% behind Berg as well, or are we NOT all in this together ? Harwoodstblue
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6:00pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Chico! wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Is that the best you can come up with?

Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final.

Bless x
The 2 years unbeaten is as stupid as you 33 years or whatever and is meant as sarcasm.

Try this one. Burnley unbeaten run of 1
Rovers unbeaten in 9 .
Anybody can select a period that suits there needs.

At the moment we are 1 point behind you and that is the only difference. Not much is it for the millions JW wasted.
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha[/p][/quote]Is that the best you can come up with? Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final. Bless x[/p][/quote]The 2 years unbeaten is as stupid as you 33 years or whatever and is meant as sarcasm. Try this one. Burnley unbeaten run of 1 Rovers unbeaten in 9 . Anybody can select a period that suits there needs. At the moment we are 1 point behind you and that is the only difference. Not much is it for the millions JW wasted. FCBurnley
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6:01pm Sun 2 Dec 12

A Darener says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
And why not? You too would have been devastated . As it turned out you couldn't beat a team there for the taking! The way we are playing at the moment a sunday pub team could beat us....BUT YOU COULDN'T!!
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]And why not? You too would have been devastated . As it turned out you couldn't beat a team there for the taking! The way we are playing at the moment a sunday pub team could beat us....BUT YOU COULDN'T!! A Darener
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6:13pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Chico! wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone.

2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha
Is that the best you can come up with?

Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final.

Bless x
The 2 years unbeaten is as stupid as you 33 years or whatever and is meant as sarcasm.

Try this one. Burnley unbeaten run of 1
Rovers unbeaten in 9 .
Anybody can select a period that suits there needs.

At the moment we are 1 point behind you and that is the only difference. Not much is it for the millions JW wasted.
Whatever you say dingle. You bottled your cup final.

Don't cry x
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Rovers fans celebrating a point like they just won the Champions League. Clarets fans disappointed to only get a draw after outplaying Rovers over the 90 mins. Says it all really. Burnley on the up, Rovers dropping like a stone. 2 years unbeaten and counting Ha-Ha[/p][/quote]Is that the best you can come up with? Very poor, from the way you monosyllabic mouthbreathers were spanking yourselves off before the game about how you were going to thrash us I thought you'd have more to say about your sorry team blowing their cup final. Bless x[/p][/quote]The 2 years unbeaten is as stupid as you 33 years or whatever and is meant as sarcasm. Try this one. Burnley unbeaten run of 1 Rovers unbeaten in 9 . Anybody can select a period that suits there needs. At the moment we are 1 point behind you and that is the only difference. Not much is it for the millions JW wasted.[/p][/quote]Whatever you say dingle. You bottled your cup final. Don't cry x Chico!
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6:13pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team.

And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano.

Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x
"Do the business in March" ..I won't lose any sleep. Were you not going to do it today.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: A good performance from Burnley, unlucky not to have taken the lead in the first half. Blackburn outplayed for much of the game. Overall disappointed with the draw today, we were by far the better team. And nice to see the Clarets showing there appreciation for Keano. Keep clinging to that record boys, it's all you've got. We'll do the business in March, and some of you already know it.x[/p][/quote]"Do the business in March" ..I won't lose any sleep. Were you not going to do it today. Harwoodstblue
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6:17pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Your hilarious dingle faces look devastated all the time.

A sad legacy of poverty, substance abuse and inbreeding.

You bottled your cup final.

Don't cry x
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Your hilarious dingle faces look devastated all the time. A sad legacy of poverty, substance abuse and inbreeding. You bottled your cup final. Don't cry x Chico!
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6:23pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.
[quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip. Harwoodstblue
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6:24pm Sun 2 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Chico! wrote:
maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
Calm down little dingle.

Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing!

Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t

Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself!


Silly little dingle!

Bless x
Oi, Chico me old fruit! Maybe we're just saving your **** whooping for Ewood?
That would be much more embarrassing having your 33 year hardon going floppy at home! :)
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]Calm down little dingle. Your obvious anger and trademark Bonleh bitterness is really showing! Ha ha, face it numbnuts, you've blown your best chance to beat us, your poxy set of bottlers let you down. After all the big talk from you & t Now settle down, it's dark now, and that moon won't throw rocks at itself! Silly little dingle! Bless x[/p][/quote]Oi, Chico me old fruit! Maybe we're just saving your **** whooping for Ewood? That would be much more embarrassing having your 33 year hardon going floppy at home! :) George White Bread
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6:30pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.
Harwood, Are you and Rover 75 both feeling a little hoarse ?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.[/p][/quote]Harwood, Are you and Rover 75 both feeling a little hoarse ? FCBurnley
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6:40pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

It doesn't matter whether Burnley lose win or draw against Rovers, the same idiot fans would still be on here posting the same bullish rubbish. It wouldnt make any difference what the result was. Its not the result for the few Burnley fans who frequent this site, it's about the bickering.
It doesn't matter whether Burnley lose win or draw against Rovers, the same idiot fans would still be on here posting the same bullish rubbish. It wouldnt make any difference what the result was. Its not the result for the few Burnley fans who frequent this site, it's about the bickering. merlinrabbit
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6:46pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.
Harwood, Are you and Rover 75 both feeling a little hoarse ?
And so the desperation level drops even further..... Shouldn't you be bringing the pigs in or firing one up the whippets sheriffs badge again?
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.[/p][/quote]Harwood, Are you and Rover 75 both feeling a little hoarse ?[/p][/quote]And so the desperation level drops even further..... Shouldn't you be bringing the pigs in or firing one up the whippets sheriffs badge again? Rovers75
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6:49pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Since1972 says...

worst rovers team since 1990 and the dingles still couldn't manage a win at home. Ha ha ha you dingle halfwits - you'll never beat the rovers.
worst rovers team since 1990 and the dingles still couldn't manage a win at home. Ha ha ha you dingle halfwits - you'll never beat the rovers. Since1972
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6:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

French Rover says...

good point won under some pressure...bet Burnley fans are as sick as parrots tonight after missing the chance to put one over on us while we are still sorting out the mess Kean left behind. Well done Rovers fans for giving the team such good support, and its no they never....no they never no more....three decades and more and still counting!
good point won under some pressure...bet Burnley fans are as sick as parrots tonight after missing the chance to put one over on us while we are still sorting out the mess Kean left behind. Well done Rovers fans for giving the team such good support, and its no they never....no they never no more....three decades and more and still counting! French Rover
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7:11pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Wild Rover says...

@Penrith
Not really so , Berg said that he could deliver in the season, not in the first month. I hope we can be sensible and give him a chance.
You say we all want an experienced manager, ideally true but in practice that would not guarantee success either. Plenty of failed big names including Hughesy
But the main point is that given their M.O. and financial approach there is no way that they will pay out for a top manager and his entourage plus paying off the existing team
So lets park the pipe dreams and support Berg, the players and the Club
@Penrith Not really so , Berg said that he could deliver in the season, not in the first month. I hope we can be sensible and give him a chance. You say we all want an experienced manager, ideally true but in practice that would not guarantee success either. Plenty of failed big names including Hughesy But the main point is that given their M.O. and financial approach there is no way that they will pay out for a top manager and his entourage plus paying off the existing team So lets park the pipe dreams and support Berg, the players and the Club Wild Rover
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7:13pm Sun 2 Dec 12

steralc says...

3years and counting since the fiddlers managed to beat us
89 min goal . Now that's feels good to me
Still think your going up
Parachute money will soon be gone
3years and counting since the fiddlers managed to beat us 89 min goal . Now that's feels good to me Still think your going up Parachute money will soon be gone steralc
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7:20pm Sun 2 Dec 12

BlueSkies says...

1-1. A fair result I reckon (and I was there, unlike many posting on here).

Burnley could, should have had a couple in the 1st half. Robbo made a couple of top drawer saves, Dann had the best game I've seen in a Rovers shirt, ably supported by Hanley. Burnley weren't in front at HT because of those afore-mentioned and their own lack of quality finishing (but hey, isn't that the difference between the top and the also-rans).

2nd half, we were out of the blocks quicker, scored, should have sealed with a second goal but indecision and lack of quality in the final third (again), and the inability to properly feed our goal machine (again) cost us.

Good local derby but not much on show (turd and polish spring to mind)

I'm ok with Henning. He's trying to sort out the chaos he's inherited so I'm ok to give him time and I personally do not anticipate a top 6 finish, however the Championship is poorer than I thought, so a good run of results woul do wonders for any team.

A Dig? Where as the passion, Burnley fans?
1-1. A fair result I reckon (and I was there, unlike many posting on here). Burnley could, should have had a couple in the 1st half. Robbo made a couple of top drawer saves, Dann had the best game I've seen in a Rovers shirt, ably supported by Hanley. Burnley weren't in front at HT because of those afore-mentioned and their own lack of quality finishing (but hey, isn't that the difference between the top and the also-rans). 2nd half, we were out of the blocks quicker, scored, should have sealed with a second goal but indecision and lack of quality in the final third (again), and the inability to properly feed our goal machine (again) cost us. Good local derby but not much on show (turd and polish spring to mind) I'm ok with Henning. He's trying to sort out the chaos he's inherited so I'm ok to give him time and I personally do not anticipate a top 6 finish, however the Championship is poorer than I thought, so a good run of results woul do wonders for any team. A Dig? Where as the passion, Burnley fans? BlueSkies
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7:25pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

steralc wrote:
3years and counting since the fiddlers managed to beat us
89 min goal . Now that's feels good to me
Still think your going up
Parachute money will soon be gone
Decipher please !!......Oh , I think you might have missed a three off as well.
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: 3years and counting since the fiddlers managed to beat us 89 min goal . Now that's feels good to me Still think your going up Parachute money will soon be gone[/p][/quote]Decipher please !!......Oh , I think you might have missed a three off as well. Harwoodstblue
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7:56pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Wild Rover wrote:
stick to football wrote:
Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers

ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference.

HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will
Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really
give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored.
Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...?
I think passingfootball is smell the coffee and ex diamonds from india. He's the only person I know who keeps going on about Mick Bananaman Mcarthy. Ipswich are welcome to the bent nosed bore
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Fair result overall but the table does not lie when you look at Rovers ONly 1 defeat away from home but what about those points lost in the last 5 minutes of the game - t the end of the season they will make a big difference. HB has to address this matter quickly or we will be no more than a mid table Championship side - the clocks ticking at Ewood and the club need to act before the fans walk with their feet as they will[/p][/quote]Don't know about you but I always walk with my feet...best way really give Berg a chance, one month is not enough time to sort out all the many problems we have, none of which are of Bergs making. We would all have taken the point at 12 o clock but yeah, it felt like a defeat when they scored. Dangerous Dave, another one of our multi ID.posters aliases , shut up and get back under your rock, can anyone else smell coffee...?[/p][/quote]I think passingfootball is smell the coffee and ex diamonds from india. He's the only person I know who keeps going on about Mick Bananaman Mcarthy. Ipswich are welcome to the bent nosed bore Return of the Magnificent se7en
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8:00pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up
Chim Chiminee
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee Return of the Magnificent se7en
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8:01pm Sun 2 Dec 12

happiness says...

McRover wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Ticket for the big game, £27

Matchday programme, £3

Spud pie at half time, £2.50

The 89th minute and the look of glee on all those toothless, cross-eyed faces turning to horror as the Clarets score a deserved equaliser. Priceless.

Admit it you were all bouncing up and down with hard-ons singing your favourite songs; your mums your dad, barmy army, and other such classics, but said hard-ons wilted like a salted snail the moment we scored.

A great day. I look forward to the next one.x
A great day ? Am I missing something? You scored a late goal to scrap a draw against our worse team since 1989 and that's a "great day" for you ?
And look at the hysteria that followed the equaliser. What does that tell you?
[quote][p][bold]McRover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the big game, £27 Matchday programme, £3 Spud pie at half time, £2.50 The 89th minute and the look of glee on all those toothless, cross-eyed faces turning to horror as the Clarets score a deserved equaliser. Priceless. Admit it you were all bouncing up and down with hard-ons singing your favourite songs; your mums your dad, barmy army, and other such classics, but said hard-ons wilted like a salted snail the moment we scored. A great day. I look forward to the next one.x[/p][/quote]A great day ? Am I missing something? You scored a late goal to scrap a draw against our worse team since 1989 and that's a "great day" for you ?[/p][/quote]And look at the hysteria that followed the equaliser. What does that tell you? happiness
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8:20pm Sun 2 Dec 12

blueblooded says...

happiness wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
maggie-T wrote:
Chico! wrote:
Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again.

Bless x
Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now
We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.
And if your supporters got behind your the team it might have made all the differrence and you might have beaten us this time. But yet, yet, yet again you all sit and stand there like cardboard cutouts and just think, 'here we go again' instead of backing up your months of vitriol with some decent support for your team when it matters. And i'm sorry, but to witness such joyous scenes of almost hysterical celebration at what was only an equaliser, smacks of such deep and bitter relief, this for me says it all about what it means to Burnley fans and how desperate they are for success against us. I find this aspect so funny. And whilst I will admit that our clubs are definately now on an an even footing, I find it oh so amusing that all the laughing you've done at our expense has come to nothing when it matters. Who says history doesn't count for anything? 34 years is a long time in football but despite the shambles that our club is at the moment, you still couldn't do it could you? And you treated a late draw like the best result ever. Pathetic, desperate, pss poor support YET AGAIN and oh, yes, before I forget; Jimmy Saville is your dad!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here here!

The equaliser must have been the greatest living moment in the dingles history. Truly the celebration was world cup winning class.

btw, I found Charlie Austin's missing contact lens.

Better striker my butt - couldn't hit a barn door if he was stood in it today. Rhodes 1 for 1. Says it all.

Never mind, you'll be rid of him in the January fire sale...
[quote][p][bold]happiness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maggie-T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: Well Bonleh bottled their cup final yet again. Bless x[/p][/quote]Our cup final? From a club that take 600 to a premiership game at man city, from a club that take 9000 with swathes of empty seats to a cup final in Cardiff, I think this was your cup final, a chance to beat Burnley, but you failed, what's more, t'rovers looked like a Sunday league side apart from Rhodes and Robinson , if your still in the same league as us next year I'll platt sh!t ! I hope you all enjoyed your big day out, back to the p!ss poor away support and infighting now[/p][/quote]We are a Sunday league side at the moment... We know that but the mighty Dingles couldn't beat us on your own tip.[/p][/quote]And if your supporters got behind your the team it might have made all the differrence and you might have beaten us this time. But yet, yet, yet again you all sit and stand there like cardboard cutouts and just think, 'here we go again' instead of backing up your months of vitriol with some decent support for your team when it matters. And i'm sorry, but to witness such joyous scenes of almost hysterical celebration at what was only an equaliser, smacks of such deep and bitter relief, this for me says it all about what it means to Burnley fans and how desperate they are for success against us. I find this aspect so funny. And whilst I will admit that our clubs are definately now on an an even footing, I find it oh so amusing that all the laughing you've done at our expense has come to nothing when it matters. Who says history doesn't count for anything? 34 years is a long time in football but despite the shambles that our club is at the moment, you still couldn't do it could you? And you treated a late draw like the best result ever. Pathetic, desperate, pss poor support YET AGAIN and oh, yes, before I forget; Jimmy Saville is your dad!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Here here! The equaliser must have been the greatest living moment in the dingles history. Truly the celebration was world cup winning class. btw, I found Charlie Austin's missing contact lens. Better striker my butt - couldn't hit a barn door if he was stood in it today. Rhodes 1 for 1. Says it all. Never mind, you'll be rid of him in the January fire sale... blueblooded
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8:28pm Sun 2 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

OI, Chico !!!!!!
OI, Chico !!!!!! George White Bread
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8:32pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

McRover wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Ticket for the big game, £27

Matchday programme, £3

Spud pie at half time, £2.50

The 89th minute and the look of glee on all those toothless, cross-eyed faces turning to horror as the Clarets score a deserved equaliser. Priceless.

Admit it you were all bouncing up and down with hard-ons singing your favourite songs; your mums your dad, barmy army, and other such classics, but said hard-ons wilted like a salted snail the moment we scored.

A great day. I look forward to the next one.x
A great day ? Am I missing something? You scored a late goal to scrap a draw against our worse team since 1989 and that's a "great day" for you ?
A draw against Rovers IS a great day for the Dingles......That's how pathetic they are. Did you see them jumping up and down like they had just won the World Cup ?
[quote][p][bold]McRover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the big game, £27 Matchday programme, £3 Spud pie at half time, £2.50 The 89th minute and the look of glee on all those toothless, cross-eyed faces turning to horror as the Clarets score a deserved equaliser. Priceless. Admit it you were all bouncing up and down with hard-ons singing your favourite songs; your mums your dad, barmy army, and other such classics, but said hard-ons wilted like a salted snail the moment we scored. A great day. I look forward to the next one.x[/p][/quote]A great day ? Am I missing something? You scored a late goal to scrap a draw against our worse team since 1989 and that's a "great day" for you ?[/p][/quote]A draw against Rovers IS a great day for the Dingles......That's how pathetic they are. Did you see them jumping up and down like they had just won the World Cup ? Harwoodstblue
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8:34pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe merlinrabbit
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8:41pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rover since 1947 says...

For all those having a go at Henning Berg. Howard Kendall won one game in his first ten for Rovers with 9 points, then went on to win promotion
For all those having a go at Henning Berg. Howard Kendall won one game in his first ten for Rovers with 9 points, then went on to win promotion Rover since 1947
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8:45pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

George White Bread wrote:
OI, Chico !!!!!!
Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: OI, Chico !!!!!![/p][/quote]Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming. Chico!
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8:45pm Sun 2 Dec 12

happiness says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
And let's not forget why we all have to be coached into the game and treat like potential hooligans, and have to pay for the priveliage too. I wonder who is to blame for that?
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]And let's not forget why we all have to be coached into the game and treat like potential hooligans, and have to pay for the priveliage too. I wonder who is to blame for that? happiness
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8:48pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans `

Priceless, absolutely priceless.

Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one.

By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip. FCBurnley
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8:49pm Sun 2 Dec 12

George White Bread says...

Chico! wrote:
George White Bread wrote:
OI, Chico !!!!!!
Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming.
But I miss you !!!
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: OI, Chico !!!!!![/p][/quote]Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming.[/p][/quote]But I miss you !!! George White Bread
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8:57pm Sun 2 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up
Chim Chiminee
To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time. fanny_tickler.
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8:57pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Chico! says...

George White Bread wrote:
Chico! wrote:
George White Bread wrote:
OI, Chico !!!!!!
Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming.
But I miss you !!!
Not as much as you miss your bum cherry.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: OI, Chico !!!!!![/p][/quote]Don't beg for attention sunshine, it's not becoming.[/p][/quote]But I miss you !!![/p][/quote]Not as much as you miss your bum cherry. Chico!
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9:03pm Sun 2 Dec 12

stick to football says...

I will judge H Berg at the end of next season but until then Rovers need to learn their lessons and who knows - good things may come.

There is no doubt Jordan R is a clinical finisher given the chance - and to me a physical presenceup front with him gives him a better chance to shine.

Midfield and Defence still the jury is out too many times we fall back too far bringing pressure on ourselves - is it because we lack pace and stamina to get all over the pitch - that is what NZonzi brought and what we need to sign come January
I will judge H Berg at the end of next season but until then Rovers need to learn their lessons and who knows - good things may come. There is no doubt Jordan R is a clinical finisher given the chance - and to me a physical presenceup front with him gives him a better chance to shine. Midfield and Defence still the jury is out too many times we fall back too far bringing pressure on ourselves - is it because we lack pace and stamina to get all over the pitch - that is what NZonzi brought and what we need to sign come January stick to football
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9:09pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Captain Dreckley says...

Roll I'm March next year and the match at Ewood. Let's hope by then that we have Best back playing up front with Rhodes and that Berg has booted all Kean's dead legs, hangers on and has beens out of the club. Admittedly that won't leave too many but there are that many down at Brockhall drawing a wage under false pretenses. This is the worst squad in over 20 years thanks to Kean but the ultimate responsibility lies with Venkys. Today was a fair result, the dingles played us off the park first half but we showed a little class in the second but unfortunately yet again sloppy defending let us down. Let's face it, love hate or pity the dingles games against them make the season. Be nice to play them twice every season, especially if it was in the prem.
Roll I'm March next year and the match at Ewood. Let's hope by then that we have Best back playing up front with Rhodes and that Berg has booted all Kean's dead legs, hangers on and has beens out of the club. Admittedly that won't leave too many but there are that many down at Brockhall drawing a wage under false pretenses. This is the worst squad in over 20 years thanks to Kean but the ultimate responsibility lies with Venkys. Today was a fair result, the dingles played us off the park first half but we showed a little class in the second but unfortunately yet again sloppy defending let us down. Let's face it, love hate or pity the dingles games against them make the season. Be nice to play them twice every season, especially if it was in the prem. Captain Dreckley
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9:10pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Batty23 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.
Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper.

As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season.

You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered.

2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha
Are you forgetting; Austin won't be scoring any goals for Bonleh come the end of next month.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont read the Burnley articles, only Rovers as we know. Trippier discussed Austen. He wasnt brave enough on the day and all you can boast about is an equaliser at home against a Rovers side you had all already dismissed before the starting whistle. It doesnt matter how good or bad we are, you cant do it.[/p][/quote]Was that Jane Austen or Charlie Austin ? I am confused with your spelling. Now Jane Austen she was a great authoress but to my knowledge Charlie has yet to put pen to paper. As for goals, we will see who scores most by the end of the season. You were totally outplayed other than Robinson who kept you in the game. If that is the best you have then you know your days in The Championship are numbered. 2 years unbeaten and counting ha ha[/p][/quote]Are you forgetting; Austin won't be scoring any goals for Bonleh come the end of next month. Batty23
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9:16pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

George White Bread wrote:
J.C - Rishton wrote:
Just got back from game and happy enough to have kept our 34 year run going but we should have held out for a win.

That said, Burnley bossed the 1st half and we bossed the 2nd so it was a fair result.

Thing is though, leading up to this game every Dingle on here has been giving it large and spouting that they only had to turn up today to win by 3 or 4 goals - yet again when the pressure was on your lads didnt do the business - thats why you're a cr@ppy little club, with NO AMBITION playing in a terrible ground which needs bulldozing.
Speaking of crappy grounds JC how did it feel to see a full ground today? Those yesteryear memories of when your stink hole used to be just over half full for those big games in the premiership against Man united etc must be quite distant now? But hey, now Kean has gone you lot will be swelling the crowd by 8-9 thousand.........but hang on, he has gone and your attendances would appear to have dropped! Why is that JC ?

Never mind, you can always get back to your one room filthy bedsit and have your microwave meal for one while you talk to your lonely self and waiting for the ten minute bangbabes freeview
You've still not beaten us, so resort to the other dingle classic and boring 'support' argument. When was the last time Scaffold Moor was full eh George? Oh hang on, it was your last cup final against Rovers, which you lost - again.

That's right, Bonleh only fill their 3rd world ground when we come to town.

Deny it George, deny that Bonleh has as many glory hunting, part-time, big game, fair weather fans as every other club. This huge fanatical support is nothing more than an massively over exaggerated myth that you have all convinced yourself is true. It's really quite funny.

Think before you post some drivel in future because you and all the other deluded desperados make it so so easy.......
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.C - Rishton[/bold] wrote: Just got back from game and happy enough to have kept our 34 year run going but we should have held out for a win. That said, Burnley bossed the 1st half and we bossed the 2nd so it was a fair result. Thing is though, leading up to this game every Dingle on here has been giving it large and spouting that they only had to turn up today to win by 3 or 4 goals - yet again when the pressure was on your lads didnt do the business - thats why you're a cr@ppy little club, with NO AMBITION playing in a terrible ground which needs bulldozing.[/p][/quote]Speaking of crappy grounds JC how did it feel to see a full ground today? Those yesteryear memories of when your stink hole used to be just over half full for those big games in the premiership against Man united etc must be quite distant now? But hey, now Kean has gone you lot will be swelling the crowd by 8-9 thousand.........but hang on, he has gone and your attendances would appear to have dropped! Why is that JC ? Never mind, you can always get back to your one room filthy bedsit and have your microwave meal for one while you talk to your lonely self and waiting for the ten minute bangbabes freeview[/p][/quote]You've still not beaten us, so resort to the other dingle classic and boring 'support' argument. When was the last time Scaffold Moor was full eh George? Oh hang on, it was your last cup final against Rovers, which you lost - again. That's right, Bonleh only fill their 3rd world ground when we come to town. Deny it George, deny that Bonleh has as many glory hunting, part-time, big game, fair weather fans as every other club. This huge fanatical support is nothing more than an massively over exaggerated myth that you have all convinced yourself is true. It's really quite funny. Think before you post some drivel in future because you and all the other deluded desperados make it so so easy....... Rovers75
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9:20pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up
Chim Chiminee
To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.
I must admit. your last gasp equaliser let you off the hook, lets face it your players were star struck, you have only dick van dyke who is used to appearing in big productions like Me ol bamboo and chim chiminee chim chim charoo. All the rest are just chorus line. Losing points at home is likened to a defeat.
33 years and counting
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.[/p][/quote]I must admit. your last gasp equaliser let you off the hook, lets face it your players were star struck, you have only dick van dyke who is used to appearing in big productions like Me ol bamboo and chim chiminee chim chim charoo. All the rest are just chorus line. Losing points at home is likened to a defeat. 33 years and counting Return of the Magnificent se7en
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9:21pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bazzer says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken. Bazzer
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10:54pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Navy-Rover says...

George White Bread wrote:
J.C - Rishton wrote: Just got back from game and happy enough to have kept our 34 year run going but we should have held out for a win. That said, Burnley bossed the 1st half and we bossed the 2nd so it was a fair result. Thing is though, leading up to this game every Dingle on here has been giving it large and spouting that they only had to turn up today to win by 3 or 4 goals - yet again when the pressure was on your lads didnt do the business - thats why you're a cr@ppy little club, with NO AMBITION playing in a terrible ground which needs bulldozing.
Speaking of crappy grounds JC how did it feel to see a full ground today? Those yesteryear memories of when your stink hole used to be just over half full for those big games in the premiership against Man united etc must be quite distant now? But hey, now Kean has gone you lot will be swelling the crowd by 8-9 thousand.........but hang on, he has gone and your attendances would appear to have dropped! Why is that JC ? Never mind, you can always get back to your one room filthy bedsit and have your microwave meal for one while you talk to your lonely self and waiting for the ten minute bangbabes freeview
I'm intrigued George! Care to share with the rest of us when the last time Turd Moor was full to capacity? You really need to check your facts before you spout off your nonsensical drivel.

Your biggest gate before today was against Leeds last season (17k). Your average gate last season was 14k and so far this season your average is just under 13k. Hardly worth bragging about is it!

Silly little dingle.
[quote][p][bold]George White Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.C - Rishton[/bold] wrote: Just got back from game and happy enough to have kept our 34 year run going but we should have held out for a win. That said, Burnley bossed the 1st half and we bossed the 2nd so it was a fair result. Thing is though, leading up to this game every Dingle on here has been giving it large and spouting that they only had to turn up today to win by 3 or 4 goals - yet again when the pressure was on your lads didnt do the business - thats why you're a cr@ppy little club, with NO AMBITION playing in a terrible ground which needs bulldozing.[/p][/quote]Speaking of crappy grounds JC how did it feel to see a full ground today? Those yesteryear memories of when your stink hole used to be just over half full for those big games in the premiership against Man united etc must be quite distant now? But hey, now Kean has gone you lot will be swelling the crowd by 8-9 thousand.........but hang on, he has gone and your attendances would appear to have dropped! Why is that JC ? Never mind, you can always get back to your one room filthy bedsit and have your microwave meal for one while you talk to your lonely self and waiting for the ten minute bangbabes freeview[/p][/quote]I'm intrigued George! Care to share with the rest of us when the last time Turd Moor was full to capacity? You really need to check your facts before you spout off your nonsensical drivel. Your biggest gate before today was against Leeds last season (17k). Your average gate last season was 14k and so far this season your average is just under 13k. Hardly worth bragging about is it! Silly little dingle. Navy-Rover
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10:55pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

I saw Burnley fans being interviewed on sky before the game. they were asked about the rivalry and hating rovers. This guy said it wasnt a case of hating rovers and it was just football rivalry. That guy should read the Burnley posters on here and he might change his view. Hatred spills out in nearly every Burnley poster. I also listened to Dyche after the game. He actually talked as though he had won, talking about their dominance and strong finish. Flippin heck fella, you should have been apologising to the Burnley fans for not giving them what they crave and thought they were going to get - a win over their bitter rivals. Instead you got a last gasp draw at home at a time when, as all your fans claim, Rovers are at their weakest point. Thought Berg actually talked the more realisitic of the two.
I saw Burnley fans being interviewed on sky before the game. they were asked about the rivalry and hating rovers. This guy said it wasnt a case of hating rovers and it was just football rivalry. That guy should read the Burnley posters on here and he might change his view. Hatred spills out in nearly every Burnley poster. I also listened to Dyche after the game. He actually talked as though he had won, talking about their dominance and strong finish. Flippin heck fella, you should have been apologising to the Burnley fans for not giving them what they crave and thought they were going to get - a win over their bitter rivals. Instead you got a last gasp draw at home at a time when, as all your fans claim, Rovers are at their weakest point. Thought Berg actually talked the more realisitic of the two. merlinrabbit
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10:59pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

Bazzer wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.
Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.[/p][/quote]Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours. merlinrabbit
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11:01pm Sun 2 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee
To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.
I must admit. your last gasp equaliser let you off the hook, lets face it your players were star struck, you have only dick van dyke who is used to appearing in big productions like Me ol bamboo and chim chiminee chim chim charoo. All the rest are just chorus line. Losing points at home is likened to a defeat. 33 years and counting
We must be mighty because we can be at our worst and you cant beat us. There is surely nothing worse for a Burnley fan than not being able to beat your rivals when they are already down and on your own patch.
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.[/p][/quote]I must admit. your last gasp equaliser let you off the hook, lets face it your players were star struck, you have only dick van dyke who is used to appearing in big productions like Me ol bamboo and chim chiminee chim chim charoo. All the rest are just chorus line. Losing points at home is likened to a defeat. 33 years and counting[/p][/quote]We must be mighty because we can be at our worst and you cant beat us. There is surely nothing worse for a Burnley fan than not being able to beat your rivals when they are already down and on your own patch. merlinrabbit
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11:36pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.
Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.
Pretty obvious if a Burnley fan spots someone with their own teeth he knows he's from out of town and wants to remove them for his own head.
At christmas they share them, everyone waits their turn so they can eat the christmas turkey one by one. Then they spend time playing pass the parsnip.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.[/p][/quote]Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.[/p][/quote]Pretty obvious if a Burnley fan spots someone with their own teeth he knows he's from out of town and wants to remove them for his own head. At christmas they share them, everyone waits their turn so they can eat the christmas turkey one by one. Then they spend time playing pass the parsnip. Return of the Magnificent se7en
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11:36pm Sun 2 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.
Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.
No argument matey. I am right and you were spreading malicious rumours. Not sure what the score has to do with that. I notice that `my dentist` has become `my lads orthodontist` C`mon, if you are gonna tell a story at least be consistent.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.[/p][/quote]Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.[/p][/quote]No argument matey. I am right and you were spreading malicious rumours. Not sure what the score has to do with that. I notice that `my dentist` has become `my lads orthodontist` C`mon, if you are gonna tell a story at least be consistent. FCBurnley
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11:40pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok
Did not happen. You are a liar
Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew
If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans
As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.
Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .
YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.
That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...
No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe
`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.
"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.
Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.
No argument matey. I am right and you were spreading malicious rumours. Not sure what the score has to do with that. I notice that `my dentist` has become `my lads orthodontist` C`mon, if you are gonna tell a story at least be consistent.
He is a guy who looks after teeth, this profession isn't required in the burnley area as you are all toothless soup suckers, the only teeth you require is on your combs so you can comb your faces free from freshly raided hens eggs
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: Smashing our coach windows with bricks putting lives at risk. Some Burnley fans are a disgrace to their club. Behaviour like that should never be rewarded and thankfully it wasn't. Hope those travelling on the first 6 coaches are ok[/p][/quote]Did not happen. You are a liar[/p][/quote]Im sorry mate it did. My sons coach was held back as the first 6 coaches were bricked when reaching Burnley. Thought everybody knew[/p][/quote]If it was just a wide spread rumour I'll hold my hands up but it was all over social networks and my lads coach was very late leaving. As for the lad above defending that sort of thing claiming both sets of supporters are as bad, its not justified by any and I would say the same about Rovers fans[/p][/quote]As I said. YOU are a liar of the worst sort who spread malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]Not at all that sort. A Burnley fan told me on twitter. He was actually laughing about it. Then a friend phoned me to ask which coach my lads had travelled on because the first 6 had been bricked. I managed to get in touch with them. They said they were only just leaving Ewood and had been sat on the bus over an hour. If anybody can clarify it, and its not true, its the Burnley fan you need to accuse on twitter not me .[/p][/quote]YOU were the one who posted it on here. Just YOU. Nobody else.[/p][/quote]That doesn't make him a liar, it makes him misinformed. Gullible at worst. Still, you keep trying to deflect attention away from the real reason you're so angry...[/p][/quote]No it doesn't make me a liar. It means that I waas informed firstly through. a Burnley fan on twitter boasting about it, then I was contacted by a firend who gave the same information and who was concerned for the safety of my two lads. I checked on websites and same info was given. Itt actually makes me a worried parent. I'm old enough to have experienced the violent burnley fans. My dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans. Not my fault at all that I was given a rumour as though it was fact. I don't care. I only care my kids are safe[/p][/quote]`My Dentist had his front teeth knocked out by Burnley fans ` Priceless, absolutely priceless. Merlin you win. I can`t beat that one. By the way, you were still spreading malicious gossip.[/p][/quote]"The sky is falling down and I am off to tell the King". Said Chicken Licken.[/p][/quote]Yes it is ironic but unfortunately my lad's orthodontist was walking to Turf Moor in 2000 and Burnley fans ran over to him and thumped him without provocation and knocked his teeth out. That was when fans could make their own way there. I think in the return fixture, Burnley fans had to travel by coach wearing a wrist band. It might be priceless but not funny and no I wasnt spreading malicious gossip because at the time it was told to me, it was told as fact. I can tell you didnt win. If youd win you wouldnt be arguing with me on the LT website about rumours.[/p][/quote]No argument matey. I am right and you were spreading malicious rumours. Not sure what the score has to do with that. I notice that `my dentist` has become `my lads orthodontist` C`mon, if you are gonna tell a story at least be consistent.[/p][/quote]He is a guy who looks after teeth, this profession isn't required in the burnley area as you are all toothless soup suckers, the only teeth you require is on your combs so you can comb your faces free from freshly raided hens eggs Return of the Magnificent se7en
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7:04am Mon 3 Dec 12

MatthewCA says...

Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points.

Berg got 6 point in 7 games.

Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp.

All the best, give Murphy a break.
Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points. Berg got 6 point in 7 games. Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp. All the best, give Murphy a break. MatthewCA
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8:23am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
I saw Burnley fans being interviewed on sky before the game. they were asked about the rivalry and hating rovers. This guy said it wasnt a case of hating rovers and it was just football rivalry. That guy should read the Burnley posters on here and he might change his view. Hatred spills out in nearly every Burnley poster. I also listened to Dyche after the game. He actually talked as though he had won, talking about their dominance and strong finish. Flippin heck fella, you should have been apologising to the Burnley fans for not giving them what they crave and thought they were going to get - a win over their bitter rivals. Instead you got a last gasp draw at home at a time when, as all your fans claim, Rovers are at their weakest point. Thought Berg actually talked the more realisitic of the two.
Of course Dyche talks a lot of drivel.....He's a Dingle now.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: I saw Burnley fans being interviewed on sky before the game. they were asked about the rivalry and hating rovers. This guy said it wasnt a case of hating rovers and it was just football rivalry. That guy should read the Burnley posters on here and he might change his view. Hatred spills out in nearly every Burnley poster. I also listened to Dyche after the game. He actually talked as though he had won, talking about their dominance and strong finish. Flippin heck fella, you should have been apologising to the Burnley fans for not giving them what they crave and thought they were going to get - a win over their bitter rivals. Instead you got a last gasp draw at home at a time when, as all your fans claim, Rovers are at their weakest point. Thought Berg actually talked the more realisitic of the two.[/p][/quote]Of course Dyche talks a lot of drivel.....He's a Dingle now. Harwoodstblue
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8:36am Mon 3 Dec 12

A Darener says...

MatthewCA wrote:
Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points.

Berg got 6 point in 7 games.

Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp.

All the best, give Murphy a break.
I don't care if Kean had got 21 point from 7 games, he was a disaster for BRFC. He dragged the reputation of the friendliest family club in all the leagues to the depths. He was a dispicable, lying, nasty piece of work. Using foul language, drinking and driving and disparaging other people.
[quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points. Berg got 6 point in 7 games. Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp. All the best, give Murphy a break.[/p][/quote]I don't care if Kean had got 21 point from 7 games, he was a disaster for BRFC. He dragged the reputation of the friendliest family club in all the leagues to the depths. He was a dispicable, lying, nasty piece of work. Using foul language, drinking and driving and disparaging other people. A Darener
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8:46am Mon 3 Dec 12

vintageclaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles. vintageclaret
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9:06am Mon 3 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x fanny_tickler.
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9:13am Mon 3 Dec 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
God life's looking great this morning, can't help wondering why!!!!


Can't stop laughing at all my Dingle mates who have given me grief these last few weeks, bit heard from one since Saturday, wonder why?

Bring on March!
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]God life's looking great this morning, can't help wondering why!!!! Can't stop laughing at all my Dingle mates who have given me grief these last few weeks, bit heard from one since Saturday, wonder why? Bring on March! Lancs - pensioner
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9:29am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
Good balanced post....No I didn't go to the game as I wouldn't take my family to Turf Moor.

I'm sure there are many decent and respectable Burnley fans out there, but like every club you have your idiots. Look at those recently jailed.

Sorry but a Burnley / Rovers Derby at Turf Moor is not a not a place for my grandchildren, and wouldn't have been fair to go without them.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]Good balanced post....No I didn't go to the game as I wouldn't take my family to Turf Moor. I'm sure there are many decent and respectable Burnley fans out there, but like every club you have your idiots. Look at those recently jailed. Sorry but a Burnley / Rovers Derby at Turf Moor is not a not a place for my grandchildren, and wouldn't have been fair to go without them. Harwoodstblue
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9:31am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]14% and you're still below us ....Plonker. Harwoodstblue
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9:33am Mon 3 Dec 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

A Darener wrote:
MatthewCA wrote:
Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points.

Berg got 6 point in 7 games.

Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp.

All the best, give Murphy a break.
I don't care if Kean had got 21 point from 7 games, he was a disaster for BRFC. He dragged the reputation of the friendliest family club in all the leagues to the depths. He was a dispicable, lying, nasty piece of work. Using foul language, drinking and driving and disparaging other people.
You forgot to mention the fact Kean also took people on who had the same attributes, girlfriend beater, pension robber, no Kean and the Venkys have ruined our club,
Shabby Global advisor says it all, the club will do well to survive never mind get promoted this year.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Steve Kean is better, from 7 games he got 14 points. Berg got 6 point in 7 games. Some where we leak confidance to keep the team together. We lost lots of games in last 5 mts. Players need to talk out the reason. Cardiff match is again in Skysports and millions will watch the players. hope they play like a warrior , not like a wimp. All the best, give Murphy a break.[/p][/quote]I don't care if Kean had got 21 point from 7 games, he was a disaster for BRFC. He dragged the reputation of the friendliest family club in all the leagues to the depths. He was a dispicable, lying, nasty piece of work. Using foul language, drinking and driving and disparaging other people.[/p][/quote]You forgot to mention the fact Kean also took people on who had the same attributes, girlfriend beater, pension robber, no Kean and the Venkys have ruined our club, Shabby Global advisor says it all, the club will do well to survive never mind get promoted this year. Lancs - pensioner
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9:40am Mon 3 Dec 12

hasslem hasslem says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages.

regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage.

i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great.

as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us.

we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful.

second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored,

we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal.

1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages. regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage. i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great. as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us. we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful. second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored, we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal. 1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to hasslem hasslem
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9:55am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

BananaClarets wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
Fact
BFC have not beaten BRFC for 33 years except it and get over it.

All the bullsh@t on here from you Dingles are just excuses and you know it,

Will the next Dingle poster try and just stick to facts not excuses excuses excuses!
Fact! It's 'accept' not 'except'.
So, do you ACCEPT the FACTS ?
[quote][p][bold]BananaClarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]Fact BFC have not beaten BRFC for 33 years except it and get over it. All the bullsh@t on here from you Dingles are just excuses and you know it, Will the next Dingle poster try and just stick to facts not excuses excuses excuses![/p][/quote]Fact! It's 'accept' not 'except'.[/p][/quote]So, do you ACCEPT the FACTS ? Harwoodstblue
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10:01am Mon 3 Dec 12

merlinrabbit says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
Are you so lacking in intelligence that you dont realise how stupid you make your own club look? You are mocking our manager's win rate and yet we are still above you in the table. You also failed to beat us on your own turf - again and despite all the confidence your players and fans have been crowing about. Yes, Burnley is diabolical. Must be excruciating to be a claret having nothing to hold over your bitter rivals even when they are at their lowest point. I am one of thousands of Rovers fans who would rather be where we are under the honest and decent Henning Berg than higher up the table under the dishonest, manipulative and insidious Steve Kean. You forget a major fact. He actually dragged us down from 10th in the PL so dont give him credit for having us at the top of the championship after a handful of games. Shows what you know about football.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]Are you so lacking in intelligence that you dont realise how stupid you make your own club look? You are mocking our manager's win rate and yet we are still above you in the table. You also failed to beat us on your own turf - again and despite all the confidence your players and fans have been crowing about. Yes, Burnley is diabolical. Must be excruciating to be a claret having nothing to hold over your bitter rivals even when they are at their lowest point. I am one of thousands of Rovers fans who would rather be where we are under the honest and decent Henning Berg than higher up the table under the dishonest, manipulative and insidious Steve Kean. You forget a major fact. He actually dragged us down from 10th in the PL so dont give him credit for having us at the top of the championship after a handful of games. Shows what you know about football. merlinrabbit
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10:15am Mon 3 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.
Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.[/p][/quote]Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it. fanny_tickler.
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10:21am Mon 3 Dec 12

A Darener says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.
Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it.
No it is not what we expected. We expected to be bottom of the Champinship with Kean still in charge. So we are 100% better off than we expected.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.[/p][/quote]Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it.[/p][/quote]No it is not what we expected. We expected to be bottom of the Champinship with Kean still in charge. So we are 100% better off than we expected. A Darener
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10:25am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.
Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it.
Well it is what we expected actually, after two years under Venkeys and Kean.....Promotion ? not a chance until our manager has had a chance to put right the idiotic decisions of the past. See, some of us can see it as it really is rather than bigging ourselves up like you Dingle failures.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]14% and you're still below us ....Plonker.[/p][/quote]Correct, a whole point after 20 games. Not what you expected is it.[/p][/quote]Well it is what we expected actually, after two years under Venkeys and Kean.....Promotion ? not a chance until our manager has had a chance to put right the idiotic decisions of the past. See, some of us can see it as it really is rather than bigging ourselves up like you Dingle failures. Harwoodstblue
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10:27am Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh. ClaretSince94
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10:30am Mon 3 Dec 12

blueblooded says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going.

For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game.

Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it.

All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages.

regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage.

i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great.

as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us.

we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful.

second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored,

we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal.

1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to
agreed.

The derby was a good one and made better because there was a genuine chance of loss/win for both sides and at half time you could have put money it was going to be Burnley.

tbh, at the game it seemed like everyone was in good spirits, I read afterwards that Pederson was being spat on and I hope that wasnt the case. Rivalry is one thing, hatred is another. I came to work today and the banter this morning with my colleagues who unfortunately have to live on the other side of the 65 and they all agreed it was a fair result and a great game.

Long live the derby!
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages. regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage. i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great. as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us. we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful. second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored, we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal. 1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to[/p][/quote]agreed. The derby was a good one and made better because there was a genuine chance of loss/win for both sides and at half time you could have put money it was going to be Burnley. tbh, at the game it seemed like everyone was in good spirits, I read afterwards that Pederson was being spat on and I hope that wasnt the case. Rivalry is one thing, hatred is another. I came to work today and the banter this morning with my colleagues who unfortunately have to live on the other side of the 65 and they all agreed it was a fair result and a great game. Long live the derby! blueblooded
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10:31am Mon 3 Dec 12

A Darener says...

claretsince94....You don't need to tell us you enjoy a good laugh! You watch the Clarets, that's enough to make anybody laugh!
claretsince94....You don't need to tell us you enjoy a good laugh! You watch the Clarets, that's enough to make anybody laugh! A Darener
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10:31am Mon 3 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical.

And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x
Are you so lacking in intelligence that you dont realise how stupid you make your own club look? You are mocking our manager's win rate and yet we are still above you in the table. You also failed to beat us on your own turf - again and despite all the confidence your players and fans have been crowing about. Yes, Burnley is diabolical. Must be excruciating to be a claret having nothing to hold over your bitter rivals even when they are at their lowest point. I am one of thousands of Rovers fans who would rather be where we are under the honest and decent Henning Berg than higher up the table under the dishonest, manipulative and insidious Steve Kean. You forget a major fact. He actually dragged us down from 10th in the PL so dont give him credit for having us at the top of the championship after a handful of games. Shows what you know about football.
Simply pointing out that Sean Dyche has managed to motivate the Clarets to 3 good wins in his first 7 games against decent opposition (Wolves, Leeds and Hull away) whilst honest and decent Henning Berg, the saviour of Blackburn, has managed a solitary win at pitiful Peterborough, and with two must win games against Cardiff and Blackpool coming up you'd have to agree the pressure is on old Henning.

Fair point about Steve Kean, but we'll always love him.
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Berg. 14% win ratio. Diabolical. And I see Cardiff and Blackpool are up next. There's only one way you lot are heading. Cheerio! x[/p][/quote]Are you so lacking in intelligence that you dont realise how stupid you make your own club look? You are mocking our manager's win rate and yet we are still above you in the table. You also failed to beat us on your own turf - again and despite all the confidence your players and fans have been crowing about. Yes, Burnley is diabolical. Must be excruciating to be a claret having nothing to hold over your bitter rivals even when they are at their lowest point. I am one of thousands of Rovers fans who would rather be where we are under the honest and decent Henning Berg than higher up the table under the dishonest, manipulative and insidious Steve Kean. You forget a major fact. He actually dragged us down from 10th in the PL so dont give him credit for having us at the top of the championship after a handful of games. Shows what you know about football.[/p][/quote]Simply pointing out that Sean Dyche has managed to motivate the Clarets to 3 good wins in his first 7 games against decent opposition (Wolves, Leeds and Hull away) whilst honest and decent Henning Berg, the saviour of Blackburn, has managed a solitary win at pitiful Peterborough, and with two must win games against Cardiff and Blackpool coming up you'd have to agree the pressure is on old Henning. Fair point about Steve Kean, but we'll always love him. fanny_tickler.
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10:34am Mon 3 Dec 12

A Darener says...

Fair point about Steve Kean, but we'll always love him.
And we will always love you not beating us.
Fair point about Steve Kean, but we'll always love him. And we will always love you not beating us. A Darener
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10:34am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
Nice try, but too many wrong facts, exaggerations and plain bullsh*t.

You're a little Dingle club who have won nothing almost since the Titanic sunk.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]Nice try, but too many wrong facts, exaggerations and plain bullsh*t. You're a little Dingle club who have won nothing almost since the Titanic sunk. Harwoodstblue
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10:36am Mon 3 Dec 12

blueblooded says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse? blueblooded
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10:37am Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

A Darener wrote:
claretsince94....You don't need to tell us you enjoy a good laugh! You watch the Clarets, that's enough to make anybody laugh!
No comback to the actual content of my post?

If that's the best you've got better go back to the drawing board... or should I say colouring book, hope you can remember where you left your crayons.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: claretsince94....You don't need to tell us you enjoy a good laugh! You watch the Clarets, that's enough to make anybody laugh![/p][/quote]No comback to the actual content of my post? If that's the best you've got better go back to the drawing board... or should I say colouring book, hope you can remember where you left your crayons. ClaretSince94
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10:42am Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts. ClaretSince94
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10:48am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FACT....That's the first decent game Robinson has played all season....Just proves you haven't a clue what you are talking about.
FACT....That's the first decent game Robinson has played all season....Just proves you haven't a clue what you are talking about. Harwoodstblue
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10:53am Mon 3 Dec 12

walshy2866 says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains
All this nastyness isn't healthy boys. Todclaret, burnleyglentoran etc spend an awful lot of time on our forum to pour out their vitriolic comments but let's just keep to the facts.
They smelled a chance for blood, our club in disarray etc,built it up for weeks. We turn up , play well for 20mins, do nothing else and still avoid defeat, while they treat their equalizer like its won the champions league.
Their obsession with the failings of Rovers above their own success is sad but understandable.
Look at the similarities, Man City until very recently were same with Utd, Leeds still are. Birmingham same with Villa, Millwall with West Ham, Everton with Liverpool, etc. In every case the less successful club hates the bigger achiever.
Jealousy, bitterness, call it what you will , but the facts don't lie.
Made me laugh yesterday, dingles are always banging on about Rovers fans living in the past, but their prematch footage on their glory days on their ground tv, was the dim and distant past. Lot of 60's / 70's stuff. Made me feel quite at home though, very inkeeping with the stand we were in. How the h3ll did that ever get premiership approval? Or did they get a special dispensation, knowing they'd only be there 1 season!
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains[/p][/quote]All this nastyness isn't healthy boys. Todclaret, burnleyglentoran etc spend an awful lot of time on our forum to pour out their vitriolic comments but let's just keep to the facts. They smelled a chance for blood, our club in disarray etc,built it up for weeks. We turn up , play well for 20mins, do nothing else and still avoid defeat, while they treat their equalizer like its won the champions league. Their obsession with the failings of Rovers above their own success is sad but understandable. Look at the similarities, Man City until very recently were same with Utd, Leeds still are. Birmingham same with Villa, Millwall with West Ham, Everton with Liverpool, etc. In every case the less successful club hates the bigger achiever. Jealousy, bitterness, call it what you will , but the facts don't lie. Made me laugh yesterday, dingles are always banging on about Rovers fans living in the past, but their prematch footage on their glory days on their ground tv, was the dim and distant past. Lot of 60's / 70's stuff. Made me feel quite at home though, very inkeeping with the stand we were in. How the h3ll did that ever get premiership approval? Or did they get a special dispensation, knowing they'd only be there 1 season! walshy2866
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10:53am Mon 3 Dec 12

benal13 says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!! benal13
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10:57am Mon 3 Dec 12

MatthewCA says...

Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics.

One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG.

After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all.

I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT.
Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics. One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG. After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all. I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT. MatthewCA
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11:09am Mon 3 Dec 12

benal13 says...

MatthewCA wrote:
Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics.

One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG.

After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all.

I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT.
MATTHEWCA are you that guy in the betting advert with chris cammara GAME ON ???????
[quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics. One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG. After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all. I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT.[/p][/quote]MATTHEWCA are you that guy in the betting advert with chris cammara GAME ON ??????? benal13
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11:14am Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
[quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron? ClaretSince94
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11:15am Mon 3 Dec 12

StLedge says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Berg crap manager with crap backroom staff in Black and Hendry - 6 points out of possible 21!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS
You truly are a tool!
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: Berg crap manager with crap backroom staff in Black and Hendry - 6 points out of possible 21!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!! OUT WITH SHAW AGNEW SINGH BLACK HENDRY VENKEYS[/p][/quote]You truly are a tool! StLedge
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11:18am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact. Harwoodstblue
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11:20am Mon 3 Dec 12

vintageclaret says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.
vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages. regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage. i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great. as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us. we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful. second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored, we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal. 1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to
Morning Hasslem must agree with your points because we are speaking on the same level i.e. 2 fans of 2 clubs with a long history who have always been rivals as it was and always will be. Main difference of course is that having been privy to and attended most of some great derbys between our 2 clubs since late 50s is that we now have violence and bad language. Thank goodness the missus and myself have 2 decent seats in the JH stand. Our problem was that in second half we didn't push enough, Mee was so dithery he looked as bad as me, Patterson was as bad as Murphy and why Mr.Dyche only plays Vokes for last 10 mins baffles me. Austin hardly wins Grant's long punts whereas Vokes does and capable of holding the ball off from opposition. When we have 2 players in and around the box with their ability it splits defences. Maybe Vokes is only capable of a short spell, if this is the case then 20 mins is better than 10.

Still as we agree it was an enjoyable game and also it wasn't marred by OTT fouls or petty spats on the field
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Judging from the time of your post it must be 33 years and the rest since you actually went to a game. At least some 4,0000 + BRFC fans went to the bother of going. For once it was a great atmosphere with some real banter betwen the fans and to a neutral it was a good game. Looking at it in a balanced perspective BRFC should have been buried and out of sight by half time but thanks to Robinson you were still in the game. Whatever Berg said at HT must have been a real rollicking and fired them up, even so the Clarets should have shaded it. All in all probably the result was a fair one even though as a Clarets fan it rankles.[/p][/quote]vintage - what a load of drivel is written on these pages. regrettably, virtually every poster is giving it the "my dad is bigger than your dad" garbage. i went to the game with some dingle pals of mine (sitting on my hands in the jimmy mc stand) and the atmosphere from both sets of fans was great. as you say burnley looked a real force in the first half and sure robinson made some good saves - but that is his job. dann played his best game in a rovers shirt and if he could pass he would be a tremendous player. hanley and henley were also excellent for us. we were awful in first half and christ knows what murphy was doing he was awful. second half we had the majority of play - but your mob had about 5 corners in quick succession at the start of the half. the game changed for us when pedersen was substituted by king and we started to play with some width and getting effective balls into the 18yd box and it looked to me that we would score and pay for your profligacy in front of goal. sure enough we scored, we sat back towards the end of the game and the inevitable happened as burnley responded with pressure on our goal. 1-1 a fair result and it seemed as though every body behaved themselves either voluntarily of because they were forced to[/p][/quote]Morning Hasslem must agree with your points because we are speaking on the same level i.e. 2 fans of 2 clubs with a long history who have always been rivals as it was and always will be. Main difference of course is that having been privy to and attended most of some great derbys between our 2 clubs since late 50s is that we now have violence and bad language. Thank goodness the missus and myself have 2 decent seats in the JH stand. Our problem was that in second half we didn't push enough, Mee was so dithery he looked as bad as me, Patterson was as bad as Murphy and why Mr.Dyche only plays Vokes for last 10 mins baffles me. Austin hardly wins Grant's long punts whereas Vokes does and capable of holding the ball off from opposition. When we have 2 players in and around the box with their ability it splits defences. Maybe Vokes is only capable of a short spell, if this is the case then 20 mins is better than 10. Still as we agree it was an enjoyable game and also it wasn't marred by OTT fouls or petty spats on the field vintageclaret
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11:33am Mon 3 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

Ticket for the match £30

Programme £3

Pint at half time £2.50

Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless!
Ticket for the match £30 Programme £3 Pint at half time £2.50 Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless! TodClaret
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11:42am Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that? ClaretSince94
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11:53am Mon 3 Dec 12

A Darener says...

This banter can go on ad nauseam. But it doesn't alter any of the facts. Burnley were all over us, but in the end they could only salvage a draw from what should have been a superior position. Our team is going through a transition period, dependant on what happens in January when hopefully HB can stamp his mark by getting rid of deadwood and replacing them with his own players. Come March then we can see whether he is doing a good job or not! So in the return match we will learn more about whether we are still the better team in the area.
This banter can go on ad nauseam. But it doesn't alter any of the facts. Burnley were all over us, but in the end they could only salvage a draw from what should have been a superior position. Our team is going through a transition period, dependant on what happens in January when hopefully HB can stamp his mark by getting rid of deadwood and replacing them with his own players. Come March then we can see whether he is doing a good job or not! So in the return match we will learn more about whether we are still the better team in the area. A Darener
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11:55am Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

TodClaret wrote:
Ticket for the match £30

Programme £3

Pint at half time £2.50

Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless!
An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?
[quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the match £30 Programme £3 Pint at half time £2.50 Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless![/p][/quote]An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ? Harwoodstblue
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11:57am Mon 3 Dec 12

StLedge says...

MatthewCA wrote:
Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics. One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG. After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all. I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT.
.......what?!
[quote][p][bold]MatthewCA[/bold] wrote: Steve Kean got more positive decision in game plan and selecting the first 11 into ground and which is more visible when we compare with Berg and his tactics. One game Berg ask for attack - we loose the game in home, next game he arrange full defence he draw the game. Is our Berg is in confusion....OMG. After 7 games,Still HB and players are not syncronize the winning formula. I feel SK and Black some how got this balance in the team early in the season. Hope the confidence of each players need to maitain and never look or talk about transfer windows. I know this is business for clubs and players. But in Blackburn is just rumours and spoil the tempo. Please this month we have 5 games,we need to win all. I have Faith in this team : is a powerfull club to win any give game. But stay together with one vision - WIN IT.[/p][/quote].......what?! StLedge
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12:04pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
" My point being " is that dingles have not had the opportunity to beat their superior neighbours in 34 years because they have been wallowing somewhere in the depths of the football league for most of that time.
If you had been good enough to play in the same division as Rovers you might have had a chance of improving on your abysmal record. But you haven't.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]" My point being " is that dingles have not had the opportunity to beat their superior neighbours in 34 years because they have been wallowing somewhere in the depths of the football league for most of that time. If you had been good enough to play in the same division as Rovers you might have had a chance of improving on your abysmal record. But you haven't. Harwoodstblue
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12:21pm Mon 3 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.
As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that. fanny_tickler.
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12:23pm Mon 3 Dec 12

MatthewCA says...

penrithrover wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
penrithrover wrote:
Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds
Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds ,

Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit.

Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.
Bitter Bitter Dingle
Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt !

NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.
Don't worry - Blackburn is a prem club. you do the Math. Still club can get quality players for sleeping in the bench.
[quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penrithrover[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Rover wage bill 49.9 million pounds Burnley F.C. wage bill 11.44 million pounds , Rovers = 8 million one player, that cost more than the whole dingle outfit. Victory , get real , and get rid , a club full of overpaid showponies , with dishonest people in coaching and administrative jobs.[/p][/quote]Bitter Bitter Dingle[/p][/quote]Pratt , "BITTER DINGLE" you`re a prize pratt ! NO, not a dingle just a person sick to death of seeing ROVERS getting ripped off by thieves.[/p][/quote]Don't worry - Blackburn is a prem club. you do the Math. Still club can get quality players for sleeping in the bench. MatthewCA
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12:26pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x Rovers75
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12:26pm Mon 3 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

walshy2866 wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
merlinrabbit wrote:
what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean
Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.
A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains
All this nastyness isn't healthy boys. Todclaret, burnleyglentoran etc spend an awful lot of time on our forum to pour out their vitriolic comments but let's just keep to the facts.
They smelled a chance for blood, our club in disarray etc,built it up for weeks. We turn up , play well for 20mins, do nothing else and still avoid defeat, while they treat their equalizer like its won the champions league.
Their obsession with the failings of Rovers above their own success is sad but understandable.
Look at the similarities, Man City until very recently were same with Utd, Leeds still are. Birmingham same with Villa, Millwall with West Ham, Everton with Liverpool, etc. In every case the less successful club hates the bigger achiever.
Jealousy, bitterness, call it what you will , but the facts don't lie.
Made me laugh yesterday, dingles are always banging on about Rovers fans living in the past, but their prematch footage on their glory days on their ground tv, was the dim and distant past. Lot of 60's / 70's stuff. Made me feel quite at home though, very inkeeping with the stand we were in. How the h3ll did that ever get premiership approval? Or did they get a special dispensation, knowing they'd only be there 1 season!
Not sure about your bigger achiever analogy but I'll bite. City and united hated each other before Sir(s) Matt and Alex. Until the late 60's Everton had more titles than Liverpool and they didn't like each other then either. I could be wrong but west Ham and millwall are still sat on the same number of titles. Leeds don't count either as their rivalry with United only started when they were the more successful club in the 70's. Rovers currently are sat one one more league win than Burnley and we are both playing in the second tier of English football. That hardly puts you light years ahead of us, does it? The point is that the rivalry has always been there and it's not down to jealously or this “my dad's bigger than your dad” nonsense. We simply don't like each other, that's it!
PS. Aren't glory days always in the past? We could hardly show footage of games we haven't played yet, could we?
[quote][p][bold]walshy2866[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: what did Trippier say? They have the better striker? All that crowing from players and fans I predicted would invite pressure. Still can't beat Rovers even with a hand from their Agent Kean[/p][/quote]Trips was right. Sam Vokes 250k 10 mins 1 goal.[/p][/quote]A bit of straw clutching as your england hopeful, scuse me while i wet myself, should stick to clearing drains[/p][/quote]All this nastyness isn't healthy boys. Todclaret, burnleyglentoran etc spend an awful lot of time on our forum to pour out their vitriolic comments but let's just keep to the facts. They smelled a chance for blood, our club in disarray etc,built it up for weeks. We turn up , play well for 20mins, do nothing else and still avoid defeat, while they treat their equalizer like its won the champions league. Their obsession with the failings of Rovers above their own success is sad but understandable. Look at the similarities, Man City until very recently were same with Utd, Leeds still are. Birmingham same with Villa, Millwall with West Ham, Everton with Liverpool, etc. In every case the less successful club hates the bigger achiever. Jealousy, bitterness, call it what you will , but the facts don't lie. Made me laugh yesterday, dingles are always banging on about Rovers fans living in the past, but their prematch footage on their glory days on their ground tv, was the dim and distant past. Lot of 60's / 70's stuff. Made me feel quite at home though, very inkeeping with the stand we were in. How the h3ll did that ever get premiership approval? Or did they get a special dispensation, knowing they'd only be there 1 season![/p][/quote]Not sure about your bigger achiever analogy but I'll bite. City and united hated each other before Sir(s) Matt and Alex. Until the late 60's Everton had more titles than Liverpool and they didn't like each other then either. I could be wrong but west Ham and millwall are still sat on the same number of titles. Leeds don't count either as their rivalry with United only started when they were the more successful club in the 70's. Rovers currently are sat one one more league win than Burnley and we are both playing in the second tier of English football. That hardly puts you light years ahead of us, does it? The point is that the rivalry has always been there and it's not down to jealously or this “my dad's bigger than your dad” nonsense. We simply don't like each other, that's it! PS. Aren't glory days always in the past? We could hardly show footage of games we haven't played yet, could we? TodClaret
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12:36pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

WE are a club in turmoil , poor owner, poor manager, poor unfit players , heading for relegation and BFC our local pub team rivils STILL cant beat untotuuf fffffffff
lol
WE are a club in turmoil , poor owner, poor manager, poor unfit players , heading for relegation and BFC our local pub team rivils STILL cant beat untotuuf fffffffff lol Keen O to Get Kean Out
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12:36pm Mon 3 Dec 12

jack01 says...

Got to laugh at all the 'gap is closing/has gone between the two clubs' stuff coming from the Clarets camp.

I'm getting a sense of deja vu. I heard the exact same garbage last time we were both at this level in 2001 and again in 2009 when the Dingles were above Rovers when they came to Ewood. Talk of Europe/leaving Rovers behind etc etc turned out to be a bit stupid didn't it. Then it was 'wait until March and we'll do you at t'turf' only you didn't. You lost. Again.

Even now, with Rovers in turmoil in comparison to recent years and the Clarets allegedly 'on the up' (quite how going from Premier League to mid table Championship in 2 years can be described as that I don't know) you came within a whisker of another defeat, and had to salvage a draw at the death.
Got to laugh at all the 'gap is closing/has gone between the two clubs' stuff coming from the Clarets camp. I'm getting a sense of deja vu. I heard the exact same garbage last time we were both at this level in 2001 and again in 2009 when the Dingles were above Rovers when they came to Ewood. Talk of Europe/leaving Rovers behind etc etc turned out to be a bit stupid didn't it. Then it was 'wait until March and we'll do you at t'turf' only you didn't. You lost. Again. Even now, with Rovers in turmoil in comparison to recent years and the Clarets allegedly 'on the up' (quite how going from Premier League to mid table Championship in 2 years can be described as that I don't know) you came within a whisker of another defeat, and had to salvage a draw at the death. jack01
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12:44pm Mon 3 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
Ticket for the match £30

Programme £3

Pint at half time £2.50

Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless!
An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?
Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the match £30 Programme £3 Pint at half time £2.50 Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless![/p][/quote]An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?[/p][/quote]Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC! TodClaret
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12:44pm Mon 3 Dec 12

jack01 says...

Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team?

Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down.

OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence.

How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family.
Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team? Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down. OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence. How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family. jack01
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12:49pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.
" Burnley are making slow but steady progress ?"..."Well run throughout ?"

Are you having a laugh ?
Look Fanny, We're two poor teams stuck in the middle of the Chumpionship. The only difference is we admit it but Dingles never will.

I predicted at the start of the season we would both finish mid-table and to date, that looks to be the case
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One of us is being realistic, the other as usual, deluded about their lofty prospects. Yes, you know it's you.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.[/p][/quote]" Burnley are making slow but steady progress ?"..."Well run throughout ?" Are you having a laugh ? Look Fanny, We're two poor teams stuck in the middle of the Chumpionship. The only difference is we admit it but Dingles never will. I predicted at the start of the season we would both finish mid-table and to date, that looks to be the case . One of us is being realistic, the other as usual, deluded about their lofty prospects. Yes, you know it's you. Harwoodstblue
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12:55pm Mon 3 Dec 12

jack01 says...

Burnley a club making progress....

2009 - top half of Premier League and looking well placed to at least survive

2012 - Eddie Howe resigns to take charge of the mighty Bournemouth. Replaced by Dick van Dyke the Watford legend. On course for bottom half Championship.

Funny definition of progress. No wonder Burnley is such a mess.
Burnley a club making progress.... 2009 - top half of Premier League and looking well placed to at least survive 2012 - Eddie Howe resigns to take charge of the mighty Bournemouth. Replaced by Dick van Dyke the Watford legend. On course for bottom half Championship. Funny definition of progress. No wonder Burnley is such a mess. jack01
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12:56pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

TodClaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
Ticket for the match £30

Programme £3

Pint at half time £2.50

Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless!
An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?
Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC!
Didn't see that one my @rse.... :-)
[quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the match £30 Programme £3 Pint at half time £2.50 Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless![/p][/quote]An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?[/p][/quote]Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC![/p][/quote]Didn't see that one my @rse.... :-) Harwoodstblue
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1:09pm Mon 3 Dec 12

TodClaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
TodClaret wrote:
Ticket for the match £30

Programme £3

Pint at half time £2.50

Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless!
An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?
Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC!
Didn't see that one my @rse.... :-)
No, I really didn't. Honest :-)
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TodClaret[/bold] wrote: Ticket for the match £30 Programme £3 Pint at half time £2.50 Seeing big Sam wipe the smiles off rovers faces when they thought they'd won.....priceless![/p][/quote]An unashamed case of plagiarism. Have you no observations of your own rather than purloining Fanny Ticklers words ?[/p][/quote]Oops! Sorry didn't see that one. Touche my friend. And there I was patting myself on the back thinking I'd come up with a gem. Apologies to fanny_tickler as well, your PRS cheque is on it's way. It's still funny though. UTC![/p][/quote]Didn't see that one my @rse.... :-)[/p][/quote]No, I really didn't. Honest :-) TodClaret
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1:14pm Mon 3 Dec 12

fanny_tickler. says...

jack01 wrote:
Burnley a club making progress....

2009 - top half of Premier League and looking well placed to at least survive

2012 - Eddie Howe resigns to take charge of the mighty Bournemouth. Replaced by Dick van Dyke the Watford legend. On course for bottom half Championship.

Funny definition of progress. No wonder Burnley is such a mess.
Hang on a minute, you want to measure your success against us over a 33 year period yet you'll only acknowledge our success over a 3 year period? You can't have it both ways. 25 years ago we were 90 minutes away from non-league football. We've come a long way since then, at least give me that much.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Burnley a club making progress.... 2009 - top half of Premier League and looking well placed to at least survive 2012 - Eddie Howe resigns to take charge of the mighty Bournemouth. Replaced by Dick van Dyke the Watford legend. On course for bottom half Championship. Funny definition of progress. No wonder Burnley is such a mess.[/p][/quote]Hang on a minute, you want to measure your success against us over a 33 year period yet you'll only acknowledge our success over a 3 year period? You can't have it both ways. 25 years ago we were 90 minutes away from non-league football. We've come a long way since then, at least give me that much. fanny_tickler.
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1:23pm Mon 3 Dec 12

blueblooded says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.
FACTS are there for all to see. You interpret them as you will.

On yesterdays performance, and the Bolton one before it, we are only marginally better than we were under Kean. That said, we are showing improvement, style of play, passing, attacking etc. but theres a long road ahead.

You on the other hand, are at the top end of your game, a striker whose now the top scorer in the championship and by your performance yesterday in the first half at least, you looked a dominant force to be reckoned with.

So while both teams have recently had a change in management and can only set to improve as the manager settles in, you are actually playing at a level of football you can be pleased with ands will improve little more, whilst it will be a few months more before Berg can show his real potential and the performance will improve significantly.

To sum it up -

Burnley at the near top of your game vs Blackburn at the near bottom of ours.

And you STILL couldn't beat us.

FACT.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.[/p][/quote]FACTS are there for all to see. You interpret them as you will. On yesterdays performance, and the Bolton one before it, we are only marginally better than we were under Kean. That said, we are showing improvement, style of play, passing, attacking etc. but theres a long road ahead. You on the other hand, are at the top end of your game, a striker whose now the top scorer in the championship and by your performance yesterday in the first half at least, you looked a dominant force to be reckoned with. So while both teams have recently had a change in management and can only set to improve as the manager settles in, you are actually playing at a level of football you can be pleased with ands will improve little more, whilst it will be a few months more before Berg can show his real potential and the performance will improve significantly. To sum it up - Burnley at the near top of your game vs Blackburn at the near bottom of ours. And you STILL couldn't beat us. FACT. blueblooded
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1:49pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

blueblooded wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.
FACTS are there for all to see. You interpret them as you will.

On yesterdays performance, and the Bolton one before it, we are only marginally better than we were under Kean. That said, we are showing improvement, style of play, passing, attacking etc. but theres a long road ahead.

You on the other hand, are at the top end of your game, a striker whose now the top scorer in the championship and by your performance yesterday in the first half at least, you looked a dominant force to be reckoned with.

So while both teams have recently had a change in management and can only set to improve as the manager settles in, you are actually playing at a level of football you can be pleased with ands will improve little more, whilst it will be a few months more before Berg can show his real potential and the performance will improve significantly.

To sum it up -

Burnley at the near top of your game vs Blackburn at the near bottom of ours.

And you STILL couldn't beat us.

FACT.
Hits the nail bang on the head
[quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: As much as I love a bit of banter with the Rovers, and I do love it, the simple facts are that Blackburn are a club in decline, with no interest from the Walker family and the club sold out to Indian Chicken Farmers (I still have to pinch myself at that one) the future was always going to be grim. Burnley however are making slow but steady progress, well run throughout and having had a taste of premier league football things are looking up after so many years in the lower leagues. Arguably the two clubs are now more of less on equal terms and if the current momentum continues as is likely then the Clarets will overtake Blackburn. That's just the way it goes. You can have your 33 year record if it means that much to you but on yesterdays evidence you are a club on the slide and there can be no disputing that.[/p][/quote]FACTS are there for all to see. You interpret them as you will. On yesterdays performance, and the Bolton one before it, we are only marginally better than we were under Kean. That said, we are showing improvement, style of play, passing, attacking etc. but theres a long road ahead. You on the other hand, are at the top end of your game, a striker whose now the top scorer in the championship and by your performance yesterday in the first half at least, you looked a dominant force to be reckoned with. So while both teams have recently had a change in management and can only set to improve as the manager settles in, you are actually playing at a level of football you can be pleased with ands will improve little more, whilst it will be a few months more before Berg can show his real potential and the performance will improve significantly. To sum it up - Burnley at the near top of your game vs Blackburn at the near bottom of ours. And you STILL couldn't beat us. FACT.[/p][/quote]Hits the nail bang on the head Rovers75
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2:01pm Mon 3 Dec 12

midas says...

jack01 wrote:
Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team? Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down. OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence. How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family.
Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid, Barcelona and Espanyol, Bristol City and Rovers.
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Your ignorance of world football matches that of your local knowledge.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team? Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down. OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence. How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family.[/p][/quote]Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid, Barcelona and Espanyol, Bristol City and Rovers. . Your ignorance of world football matches that of your local knowledge. midas
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2:06pm Mon 3 Dec 12

midas says...

Now I can be arsed to Google it - Sampdoria v Genoa, Palermo .v. Catania, Stuttgard v Freiburg, Juventus v Torino, Marsaille v Nice, Sporting v Benfica.
Now I can be arsed to Google it - Sampdoria v Genoa, Palermo .v. Catania, Stuttgard v Freiburg, Juventus v Torino, Marsaille v Nice, Sporting v Benfica. midas
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3:07pm Mon 3 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too? ClaretSince94
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4:37pm Mon 3 Dec 12

owd nick says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up
Chim Chiminee
To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.
Isn't it about time you stopped tickling your fanny and got down to it? after all if you've been tickling for 32 years you are never going to come first unless you improve your performance, must be pretty sore by now.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.[/p][/quote]Isn't it about time you stopped tickling your fanny and got down to it? after all if you've been tickling for 32 years you are never going to come first unless you improve your performance, must be pretty sore by now. owd nick
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5:13pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Stone Island: says...

owd nick wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.
Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up
Chim Chiminee
To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.
Isn't it about time you stopped tickling your fanny and got down to it? after all if you've been tickling for 32 years you are never going to come first unless you improve your performance, must be pretty sore by now.
Very good, that.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: Dear me, so much hatred coming from the Blackburn support. You really thought you'd won it didn't you? Your faces in the 89th minute.. You were devastated.[/p][/quote]Stop trying to change the subject, you dropped two points at home to the mighty Rovers. I said your team would be in awe of the mighty blue and whites and you were. Fancy scraping a draw at home in the last minute. Dick van dyke will be fuming after all that bigging yourself up Chim Chiminee[/p][/quote]To be honest you didn't look so mighty today, I wasn't exactly blown away, and I am disappointed we didn't get the win we deserved, but there's always next time.[/p][/quote]Isn't it about time you stopped tickling your fanny and got down to it? after all if you've been tickling for 32 years you are never going to come first unless you improve your performance, must be pretty sore by now.[/p][/quote]Very good, that. Stone Island:
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5:15pm Mon 3 Dec 12

spotonblue says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg!
Dingle
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: 1 win in 7 attempts, keep up the good work Agent Berg![/p][/quote]Dingle spotonblue
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5:21pm Mon 3 Dec 12

spotonblue says...

A Darener wrote:
Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football.
January is too late, it's play offs at best,but the most likely outcome of this season will be championship for 2013/4 and another lousy but inexpensive manager
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football.[/p][/quote]January is too late, it's play offs at best,but the most likely outcome of this season will be championship for 2013/4 and another lousy but inexpensive manager spotonblue
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6:15pm Mon 3 Dec 12

owd nick says...

spotonblue wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football.
January is too late, it's play offs at best,but the most likely outcome of this season will be championship for 2013/4 and another lousy but inexpensive manager
January is less than a month off, we have suffered for 2 years so a few more days won't make a great deal of difference and who knows with a bit of luck we might pick up a few points in the meantime.

OK we need to clear out the dross and get some more capable players in, then hit the ground running, asking a lot I know but none of the clubs above us will be able to keep up the runs they are on, or even hang onto their better players.

We are playing pretty poorly at the moment yet we are not that far behind, our time will come and it will only take a couple of wins to lift everyone.
[quote][p][bold]spotonblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Berg needs the transfer window to make his mark on the team......get rid of the dross and replace them with winners. Then we will know if he is going to make up for the last two years of dire football.[/p][/quote]January is too late, it's play offs at best,but the most likely outcome of this season will be championship for 2013/4 and another lousy but inexpensive manager[/p][/quote]January is less than a month off, we have suffered for 2 years so a few more days won't make a great deal of difference and who knows with a bit of luck we might pick up a few points in the meantime. OK we need to clear out the dross and get some more capable players in, then hit the ground running, asking a lot I know but none of the clubs above us will be able to keep up the runs they are on, or even hang onto their better players. We are playing pretty poorly at the moment yet we are not that far behind, our time will come and it will only take a couple of wins to lift everyone. owd nick
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7:01pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers.

Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh?

Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir.
You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint.

Another dingle reeled in with ease......

What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley?

RTID
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?[/p][/quote]Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers. Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh? Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir. You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint. Another dingle reeled in with ease...... What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley? RTID Rovers75
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8:12pm Mon 3 Dec 12

jack01 says...

midas wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team? Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down. OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence. How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family.
Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid, Barcelona and Espanyol, Bristol City and Rovers.
.
Your ignorance of world football matches that of your local knowledge.
So Atletico Madrid haven't beaten or finished above Real Madrid for 33 years? Funny, I could swear they had won the league in the 90s. Not to mention the Spanish Cup and Europa League several times in recent years. So I think you'll find they have had quite a bit of success recently. I can't be bothered researching it but I would be confident that Atletico had beaten Real at least once in a competitive match since 1979. So you can't compare it to Rovers-Burnley can you.
[quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Can anyone on here name me another local derby in world football that has seen such a period of complete and utter dominance on the part of one team? Burnley have nothing on Rovers. League standings, crowds, head to heads, trophies, facilities. ANY measure of football standing and Rovers win hands down. OK Arsenal have had the better of Spurs in recent memory. United likewise with City, Villa with Birmingham. But all of those clubs - Spurs, City and Birmingham have had their moments in recent history. A win or league finish or trophy which they can boast about to their neighbours. Burnley can't do any of that. They can't even say 'back in 1985 we had the better of you'. They have to go back to the distant 70's to recall such an occurrence. How painful it must be for anyone under the age of 40 not being able to clearly remember derby success. That's nearly three generations to your typical Burnley family.[/p][/quote]Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid, Barcelona and Espanyol, Bristol City and Rovers. . Your ignorance of world football matches that of your local knowledge.[/p][/quote]So Atletico Madrid haven't beaten or finished above Real Madrid for 33 years? Funny, I could swear they had won the league in the 90s. Not to mention the Spanish Cup and Europa League several times in recent years. So I think you'll find they have had quite a bit of success recently. I can't be bothered researching it but I would be confident that Atletico had beaten Real at least once in a competitive match since 1979. So you can't compare it to Rovers-Burnley can you. jack01
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8:18pm Mon 3 Dec 12

jack01 says...

And the same applies to all the other clubs you mentioned. Are you seriously telling me that Sampdoria have finished above Genoa every year for the last 33 and have never a game to them in that time? Simply not true is it Midas?
And the same applies to all the other clubs you mentioned. Are you seriously telling me that Sampdoria have finished above Genoa every year for the last 33 and have never a game to them in that time? Simply not true is it Midas? jack01
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9:17pm Mon 3 Dec 12

we r longside burnley says...

just got back from hopital after rhodes shot came flying up into jimmy mc upper tier! wtf was that about lol but hey 1 chance 1 goal eh lads? cardiff and blackpool daaaaamn kisses all round UTMC
just got back from hopital after rhodes shot came flying up into jimmy mc upper tier! wtf was that about lol but hey 1 chance 1 goal eh lads? cardiff and blackpool daaaaamn kisses all round UTMC we r longside burnley
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12:53am Tue 4 Dec 12

gazzandste says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
33years and STILL waiting

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
dick head
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]dick head gazzandste
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10:54am Tue 4 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!







!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers.

Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh?

Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir.
You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint.

Another dingle reeled in with ease......

What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley?

RTID
God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic.

So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child).

So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too.

Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much.

"TTFN" (Pathetic)
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?[/p][/quote]Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers. Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh? Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir. You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint. Another dingle reeled in with ease...... What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley? RTID[/p][/quote]God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic. So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child). So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too. Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much. "TTFN" (Pathetic) ClaretSince94
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12:37pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

gazzandste wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
33years and STILL waiting

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.
dick head
Hurt does it?
[quote][p][bold]gazzandste[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: 33years and STILL waiting Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha[/p][/quote]33 YRS and STILL The Pride of Lancashire.[/p][/quote]dick head[/p][/quote]Hurt does it? Harwoodstblue
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12:43pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!








!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers.

Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh?

Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir.
You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint.

Another dingle reeled in with ease......

What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley?

RTID
God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic.

So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child).

So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too.

Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much.

"TTFN" (Pathetic)
F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?[/p][/quote]Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers. Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh? Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir. You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint. Another dingle reeled in with ease...... What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley? RTID[/p][/quote]God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic. So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child). So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too. Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much. "TTFN" (Pathetic)[/p][/quote]F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting. Harwoodstblue
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12:57pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!









!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers.

Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh?

Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir.
You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint.

Another dingle reeled in with ease......

What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley?

RTID
God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic.

So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child).

So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too.

Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much.

"TTFN" (Pathetic)
F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting.
Oh, and Bonleh. It's just a wind up and it seems to be working.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?[/p][/quote]Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers. Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh? Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir. You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint. Another dingle reeled in with ease...... What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley? RTID[/p][/quote]God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic. So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child). So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too. Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much. "TTFN" (Pathetic)[/p][/quote]F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting.[/p][/quote]Oh, and Bonleh. It's just a wind up and it seems to be working. Harwoodstblue
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3:39pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
benal13 wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
blueblooded wrote:
ClaretSince94 wrote:
Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them.

With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes.

Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table.

On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.
...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality.

We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected.

We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?
What's our excuse?

What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form?

I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.
THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!










!!!!!!!!!
The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do?

If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic.

So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?
The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.
Right, your point being?

That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that?

Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now.

The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?
Oh dear another silly boy.

Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all.

Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with.

How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best?

You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you.....

TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave.

So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x
Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that.

I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win?

But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down.

And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know.

You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?
Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers.

Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh?

Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir.
You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint.

Another dingle reeled in with ease......

What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley?

RTID
God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic.

So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child).

So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too.

Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much.

"TTFN" (Pathetic)
F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting.
Oh, and Bonleh. It's just a wind up and it seems to be working.
Well well well, we are getting touchy aren't we claret boy and
yet another war and peace effort littered with irony of the highest order.

At what point in my last successful wind up did I mention we don't care about the derby rivalry? I would've thought somebody so educated would have understood the point I was making.

I tell you what, I'll spell it out eh?

This is a rivalry Rovers fans relish and enjoy. Burnley fans exist for it.

Clearly you haven't read some of the absolute vile written on here by your fellow 'clarets', so the tragedy is that you're so f*cking ignorant , you chose to suggest I need an education in a very weak attempt to comfort your twisted imagination that you've got this little debate well and truly wrapped up. Wrong again claret hero.

We mock and laugh at your absolute desperation to prove your worth as football club based on our failings. The truth is we are absolute sh1t at the moment compared to the last 20 years or so and there's no denying it but still you can't get that win you all crave. Is that where all the anger comes from? No wonder you're all so touchy.

Now before you get yourself all wound up again and reply with some tosh questioning my education, or any other desperate attempt to prove your worth, just have a good chat with yourself and maybe reply with something a little less ironic.

Maybe even read it back to yourself a few times before selecting the Post comment option?

On second thoughts, don't bother, I'm very bored.

Just out of interest claret hero, how is Bonleh spelt, is it Bonleh or Bonleh?

By the way, 75 is the year I was born.... 1875, making me 137. And I'd still mash you in an arm wrestle you super educated highly strung wonder claret.

TTFN Pathetic - lol
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benal13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueblooded[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Only Rovers fans could be so delusional as to try and claim that a draw in this fixture is actually a good result for them. With a wage bill at around 5x the size of Burnley's and having spent more on one player than we've spent on our entire squad you only managed to scrape a draw in a game where you were absolutely dominated for the majority of the 90+ minutes. Showing a good degree of denial too by claiming Burnley fans were the only ones talking up a victory, your crowing is up there for all to see in the articles in the build up and on a scale far greater than the Burnley fans did. More so your recent form puts you on 6 points from a possible 21, and ours is 11 in the same time frame - you're 1 point ahead if the run of form continues then soon you'll be below us in the table. On top of all that I can't help but chuckle at contradictions you guys like to throw all over the place - Rhodes is better then Austin because he scored in this fixture but you're better than us, despite being completely outplayed, because you're above us in the league table? Can you work out how that makes you look as bright as those horses you so desire(probably not)? Keep it up guys, I enjoy a good laugh.[/p][/quote]...which proves that money doesnt always buy quality. We know our club and team has been destroyed from the ground up by the events of the last few years, we're still trying to build ourselves back up again, so yes, in the after-shock of a post-kean era where good players were sold off and replaced by has-beens with Rhodes being one of a few recent exceptions, being happy with a draw rather than a pasting by our poor rivals across the motorway is to be expected. We've a long road of recovery ahead of us. Whats your excuse?[/p][/quote]What's our excuse? What for? Dominating against a squad that is, on paper, much stronger and assembled for a vast amount more money and coming up against an ex-England international goalkeeper on top form? I don't think we need an excuse when you take into account the facts.[/p][/quote]THE FACTS ARE IT WILL TAKE YOU LOT 34YEARS TO GET A DRAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]The facts are that we drew against you back in 2005 but how can I argue when you USE ALL CAPITAL LETTERS and multiple exclamation marks like all the intelligent folk do? If we're talking league games then fair enough, but then we've only faced each other 7 times in the league since the last time we beat you which then makes your "34YEARS" look just a little bit pathetic. So which is it, clutching at straws or just a moron?[/p][/quote]The reason you haven't beaten us for 34 years is because for most of that time you have been one or two divisions below us. Therefore not qualified to play us....Fact.[/p][/quote]Right, your point being? That, despite your days in the sun that were bought, despite all that financial outlay, despite all this your really proud that you've managed to go 7 games over 34 years unbeaten against a team that was apparently not qualified to play you? What is there to be proud of in that? Your "proud" 34 year history of being the dominant force in Lancashire is just that, history (ie. in the past). There are times in our history where we beat you 5 times in a row but I don't brag or feel proud about those because they have no relevance now. The facts are you are currently playing at the same level as us, are only one point ahead in the table despite spending over 10 times more than us on players and were still dominated and lucky to get a point in our most recent meeting. How proud are you of that?[/p][/quote]Oh dear another silly boy. Why waste your time coming on here with that comedy. You score an equaliser and celebrate like you've won the World cup and Champions league at the same time. That sunshine says it all. Of course you don't brag about Bonleh winning 5 times in a row because it's way way before your lifetime. Our glory and success is much more recent, plus there's several derby humiliations thrown in for good measure and that's what you warped minded envy boys simply can't deal with. How proud are you spending your lifetime being a very poor 2nd best? You dominated the 1st half yesterday without a shadow of doubt and deserved the equaliser but that's football. Your desperation to beat us is there for all to see because you are still the underdog, the minnow. Austin will have gone in 3 or so weeks and you'll slide down the table like an old slug, leaving a trail of bitterness with you..... TTFN and thanks for the point yesterday. The worst Rovers team for 25 years mugged you in your own back yard, leaving you bewildered of what it is you have to do to get the win you all crave. So very desperate....try harder next time... big kisses x x x[/p][/quote]Got to love the complete f*ckwittery of the Rover's bitterness. Celebrated like we "won the world cup" - er no, we celebrated a last minute equaliser against our local rivals in a derby game - what did you expect? Muted applause and a "Jolly good show"? Your lot were positively understated when celebrating scraping in front against the better team on the day I suppose? Not celebrating, fans and players alike, dragging on for a good minute or two whilst the ref tried to get your players to start playing football again, given there was still half an hour to play. I must have imagined that. I mean if it was our "cup final" as you like to say then why are we dissapointed with a dominant display and a draw whilst you're positively creaming your pants at a poor show and draw - surely that would be evident of you thinking this was your cup final and shows your desperation to get any kind of result, let alone a win? But it's OK, keep projecting all your insecurities onto us, we're tough lads, we can take it - we understand that the years you bought in the Premiership have turned you into a bunch of softies and we do pity you for that - don't worry though, I hear your street's horse is available, go have a go on that and settle yourself down. And "at the top of our game" - give me a break, shows what you know. You do know you should be worrying about your own team rather than wondering how long we'll keep hold of Austin. A club with a pathetic "we're not going on until [insert current target of the month here] is gone (but really we mean until we're playing Premiership football)" fanbase like yours can't stay at this level spending as much as you are for more than a season, maybe two tops. If you don't get promoted you'll be in serious, Portsmouth levels of trouble, or are you in denial about that too?[/p][/quote]Since you've only been a claret since 94, I can't really expect your knowledge of this rivalry to be so great, which comes through loud and clear in your silly little rant. You've clearly been brainwashed like every other odd ball down Bonleh way into thinking your clubs as important to Rovers fans as Rovers is to you and your fellow banjo playing dreamers. Bonleh football club has been nothing other than a form of light entertainment for us Rovers fans, who despite having a f*cking horrific last 2 years, still find the time to chuckle at the justice card you think has been dealt by Venkys, after Jack Walker to your horror 'bought the league' for the club he loved. Chelsea and Citeh spring to mind...... puts things into prospective eh? Projecting insecurities has been the speciality of dingles for decades, so another huge slice of irony cake there please sir. You big tough lads don't seem to cope very well with being 2nd best. Every post on here here from dingles reeks of irony and anger and you didn't disappoint. Another dingle reeled in with ease...... What shall we discuss next, Bonleh taking a million fans to Wembley? RTID[/p][/quote]God, I hope that 75 in your username isn't the year you were born, or worse still the year you first went on a Rovers game, because if it is then the limited intelligence and the immaturity you're displaying is tragic. So Rover's don't care about the derby with Burnley? Then I must be imagining that over 75% of the comments on this article about the derby are from Rover's fans getting themselves good and ready for the horses over a poor performance and a draw against Burnley (check the spelling mate and get your hearing checked out because I'm not sure where you're getting this "Bonleh" b*llendery from, probably the same place your lot invented that stupid and unintentionally ironic "interbred" word)? I must be imagining that every article on the Burnley page draws over half of the comments from Rovers fans queuing up to proudly flaunt their sub-50 IQs? Hence projecting, bright spark, does that put things in "prospective"? (you could at least make you looking stupid a bit of a challenge, it's like having a debate with child). So far you've tried to criticise us for celebrating a last minute equaliser against our rivals in a local derby, then you've called us 2nd best when just 2 days ago we dominated against you. So we can add denial to the list of mental conditions you suffer from too. Please go away and get an education before you try to have a reasoned debate with your superiors, it was cute watching you try your hardest but it's getting old now. Maybe you should stick to that "banter" that you probably enjoy so much. "TTFN" (Pathetic)[/p][/quote]F*** me, which side of bed did you get out of today. Calm down, calm down lad, this football business isn't doing your health any good........33 and counting.[/p][/quote]Oh, and Bonleh. It's just a wind up and it seems to be working.[/p][/quote]Well well well, we are getting touchy aren't we claret boy and yet another war and peace effort littered with irony of the highest order. At what point in my last successful wind up did I mention we don't care about the derby rivalry? I would've thought somebody so educated would have understood the point I was making. I tell you what, I'll spell it out eh? This is a rivalry Rovers fans relish and enjoy. Burnley fans exist for it. Clearly you haven't read some of the absolute vile written on here by your fellow 'clarets', so the tragedy is that you're so f*cking ignorant , you chose to suggest I need an education in a very weak attempt to comfort your twisted imagination that you've got this little debate well and truly wrapped up. Wrong again claret hero. We mock and laugh at your absolute desperation to prove your worth as football club based on our failings. The truth is we are absolute sh1t at the moment compared to the last 20 years or so and there's no denying it but still you can't get that win you all crave. Is that where all the anger comes from? No wonder you're all so touchy. Now before you get yourself all wound up again and reply with some tosh questioning my education, or any other desperate attempt to prove your worth, just have a good chat with yourself and maybe reply with something a little less ironic. Maybe even read it back to yourself a few times before selecting the Post comment option? On second thoughts, don't bother, I'm very bored. Just out of interest claret hero, how is Bonleh spelt, is it Bonleh or Bonleh? By the way, 75 is the year I was born.... 1875, making me 137. And I'd still mash you in an arm wrestle you super educated highly strung wonder claret. TTFN Pathetic - lol Rovers75
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8:17pm Tue 4 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Oh dear, trying to recycle my criticisms of you is a bit poor, even for you 75. I mean imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that but still I remain bored and unimpressed - must try harder.

Then the last ditch resort of the tragically moronic of making physical challenges - you do show yourself up to be a bit of a pathetic mouthbreather really - as I said, though, I'm bored now so please give it up, your fellow horse botherers are starting to feel embarrassed by you now.

If I haven't been able to enlighten you to your idiocy now then I doubt I ever will, maybe leaving you to pleasure yourself over the thoughts of your lucky draw will give you some "prospective".

I look forward to reading your next "wind up", I like a good chuckle and it will help put my own failings into "prospective".
Oh dear, trying to recycle my criticisms of you is a bit poor, even for you 75. I mean imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that but still I remain bored and unimpressed - must try harder. Then the last ditch resort of the tragically moronic of making physical challenges - you do show yourself up to be a bit of a pathetic mouthbreather really - as I said, though, I'm bored now so please give it up, your fellow horse botherers are starting to feel embarrassed by you now. If I haven't been able to enlighten you to your idiocy now then I doubt I ever will, maybe leaving you to pleasure yourself over the thoughts of your lucky draw will give you some "prospective". I look forward to reading your next "wind up", I like a good chuckle and it will help put my own failings into "prospective". ClaretSince94
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9:34pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Oh dear, trying to recycle my criticisms of you is a bit poor, even for you 75. I mean imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that but still I remain bored and unimpressed - must try harder.

Then the last ditch resort of the tragically moronic of making physical challenges - you do show yourself up to be a bit of a pathetic mouthbreather really - as I said, though, I'm bored now so please give it up, your fellow horse botherers are starting to feel embarrassed by you now.

If I haven't been able to enlighten you to your idiocy now then I doubt I ever will, maybe leaving you to pleasure yourself over the thoughts of your lucky draw will give you some "prospective".

I look forward to reading your next "wind up", I like a good chuckle and it will help put my own failings into "prospective".
Why don't you just accept and admit that for the last 20 years Burnley have been second best to Rovers.
During that time you have been in a lower division for 17 seasons out of the 20.
You have won very little if anything at all during that time and you haven't beaten Rovers for 33 years.
This season you had your best chance of doing that against Rovers worst ever team that I can remember, but you blew it even with home advantage.
These are all facts, not fiction, so what makes you think that you are the better team ?
Don't make a fool of yourself with your ridiculous claims.
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Oh dear, trying to recycle my criticisms of you is a bit poor, even for you 75. I mean imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that but still I remain bored and unimpressed - must try harder. Then the last ditch resort of the tragically moronic of making physical challenges - you do show yourself up to be a bit of a pathetic mouthbreather really - as I said, though, I'm bored now so please give it up, your fellow horse botherers are starting to feel embarrassed by you now. If I haven't been able to enlighten you to your idiocy now then I doubt I ever will, maybe leaving you to pleasure yourself over the thoughts of your lucky draw will give you some "prospective". I look forward to reading your next "wind up", I like a good chuckle and it will help put my own failings into "prospective".[/p][/quote]Why don't you just accept and admit that for the last 20 years Burnley have been second best to Rovers. During that time you have been in a lower division for 17 seasons out of the 20. You have won very little if anything at all during that time and you haven't beaten Rovers for 33 years. This season you had your best chance of doing that against Rovers worst ever team that I can remember, but you blew it even with home advantage. These are all facts, not fiction, so what makes you think that you are the better team ? Don't make a fool of yourself with your ridiculous claims. Harwoodstblue
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10:08pm Tue 4 Dec 12

handyamBRFC says...

We need to get used to a fact.
We BRFC are in the championship and the teams around us are playing as well as BRFC.
Yes our high standards have dropped but the teams in the local areas have improved.
Blackpool, Burnley, Bolton, Preston and stanley have an equal chance now of not only playing us on a level but perhaps beating us......!!!
We need to get used to a fact. We BRFC are in the championship and the teams around us are playing as well as BRFC. Yes our high standards have dropped but the teams in the local areas have improved. Blackpool, Burnley, Bolton, Preston and stanley have an equal chance now of not only playing us on a level but perhaps beating us......!!! handyamBRFC
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7:50am Wed 5 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Harwood I never said we weren't the second best team for years - not once, so stop doing the usual Rovers fan approach to an arguement and making things up. The fact remains, though, that that is now completely in the past and that any impartial observer will tell you that we deserved to win the game at the weekend because we were the better team - I don't care about the past because that is irrelevant. Now we are the better run, better managed, better supported and just all round better team - clinging to the past like you are only shows how aware of that you actually are.
Harwood I never said we weren't the second best team for years - not once, so stop doing the usual Rovers fan approach to an arguement and making things up. The fact remains, though, that that is now completely in the past and that any impartial observer will tell you that we deserved to win the game at the weekend because we were the better team - I don't care about the past because that is irrelevant. Now we are the better run, better managed, better supported and just all round better team - clinging to the past like you are only shows how aware of that you actually are. ClaretSince94
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2:21pm Thu 6 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

ClaretSince94 wrote:
Harwood I never said we weren't the second best team for years - not once, so stop doing the usual Rovers fan approach to an arguement and making things up. The fact remains, though, that that is now completely in the past and that any impartial observer will tell you that we deserved to win the game at the weekend because we were the better team - I don't care about the past because that is irrelevant. Now we are the better run, better managed, better supported and just all round better team - clinging to the past like you are only shows how aware of that you actually are.
Just won't accept it will you eh? You won't let it lie.... you keep on coming back for more. Well read this, understand and try to absorb it.

You deserved to win that game but you didn't. You played well against us for the first time in decades and all of sudden you've decided you're the better team, better club, better supported and better managed. How very very naive and easily pleased.

If you think 90mins of football proves the above you are a very silly person.

Come the end of season, we will see what's what based on fact eh? We'll see who finishes where in the league, we'll see who's got the highest average attendances, we'll see who's got the best head to head in the derby games.

Until then try to accept the fact that 90 mins of football doesn't decide the status or pedigree of a football club. That is something built on years of consistency, results and success. To suggest the past is irrelevant only more confirms your naivety. Football clubs world wide thrive on past glories which have helped create their current status and respect.
Bonleh, compared to Rovers, just don't cut the mustard.

Your reaction to a score draw sums up you and the mentality of Bonleh fans in general.

As for recycling your criticisms and the flattery by imitation is concerned, I would advice you have a good chat with yourself and think twice before posting such laughable trash. You've tried your best but know your place.

I almost admire your efforts to comfort your mind of Bonlehs new self proclaimed 'top dog' status but the truth is you've all got over excited again, so do us all a favour and don't attempt another response.

This little debate is now over and as I stated long before you decided to 'imitate' my bored state of mind, I'm bored.

Good effort though claret boy, well done you.... here's a gold star * to stick on your Bonleh shirt to commemorate your historic draw.

RTID
[quote][p][bold]ClaretSince94[/bold] wrote: Harwood I never said we weren't the second best team for years - not once, so stop doing the usual Rovers fan approach to an arguement and making things up. The fact remains, though, that that is now completely in the past and that any impartial observer will tell you that we deserved to win the game at the weekend because we were the better team - I don't care about the past because that is irrelevant. Now we are the better run, better managed, better supported and just all round better team - clinging to the past like you are only shows how aware of that you actually are.[/p][/quote]Just won't accept it will you eh? You won't let it lie.... you keep on coming back for more. Well read this, understand and try to absorb it. You deserved to win that game but you didn't. You played well against us for the first time in decades and all of sudden you've decided you're the better team, better club, better supported and better managed. How very very naive and easily pleased. If you think 90mins of football proves the above you are a very silly person. Come the end of season, we will see what's what based on fact eh? We'll see who finishes where in the league, we'll see who's got the highest average attendances, we'll see who's got the best head to head in the derby games. Until then try to accept the fact that 90 mins of football doesn't decide the status or pedigree of a football club. That is something built on years of consistency, results and success. To suggest the past is irrelevant only more confirms your naivety. Football clubs world wide thrive on past glories which have helped create their current status and respect. Bonleh, compared to Rovers, just don't cut the mustard. Your reaction to a score draw sums up you and the mentality of Bonleh fans in general. As for recycling your criticisms and the flattery by imitation is concerned, I would advice you have a good chat with yourself and think twice before posting such laughable trash. You've tried your best but know your place. I almost admire your efforts to comfort your mind of Bonlehs new self proclaimed 'top dog' status but the truth is you've all got over excited again, so do us all a favour and don't attempt another response. This little debate is now over and as I stated long before you decided to 'imitate' my bored state of mind, I'm bored. Good effort though claret boy, well done you.... here's a gold star * to stick on your Bonleh shirt to commemorate your historic draw. RTID Rovers75
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3:08pm Thu 6 Dec 12

ClaretSince94 says...

Woooo woooo Unintentional Irony Alert woooo woooo

So bored that you came back to an article that hadn't been commented on for over 24 hours with a "War and Peace" effort of the kind you'd previously slated. You like making yourself look stupid, it almost takes the fun out of it for me. Try not to get too worked up over my "wind up", I thought a pro "wind up" merchant like you would be able to avoid such embarrassment.

As said before, please at least get a partial education before you try to mix it with your betters - I know my "place", apparently you aren't aware of yours. Whilst you ponder that and get some "prospective" may I direct you to a definition of the word "irony" because you seem to have some serious trouble with the concept.

Actually to give you some more time to get some education and "prospective" I'll post your response for you-

'*Poor attempt at parroting back an arguement*

*Hilarious unintentional irony followed by tragic misuse of the English langauge*

Bonleh, Bonleh, Bonleh

*Self congratulatory statement at your own perceived wit*

*Living in the past nonsense*

*Immature acronym*

- Think I did a pretty good job there.

PS. Not sure why you've put imitate in quotations, I didn't spell imitation wrong, unlike your hilariously tragic attempt at perspective!
Woooo woooo Unintentional Irony Alert woooo woooo So bored that you came back to an article that hadn't been commented on for over 24 hours with a "War and Peace" effort of the kind you'd previously slated. You like making yourself look stupid, it almost takes the fun out of it for me. Try not to get too worked up over my "wind up", I thought a pro "wind up" merchant like you would be able to avoid such embarrassment. As said before, please at least get a partial education before you try to mix it with your betters - I know my "place", apparently you aren't aware of yours. Whilst you ponder that and get some "prospective" may I direct you to a definition of the word "irony" because you seem to have some serious trouble with the concept. Actually to give you some more time to get some education and "prospective" I'll post your response for you- '*Poor attempt at parroting back an arguement* *Hilarious unintentional irony followed by tragic misuse of the English langauge* Bonleh, Bonleh, Bonleh *Self congratulatory statement at your own perceived wit* *Living in the past nonsense* *Immature acronym* - Think I did a pretty good job there. PS. Not sure why you've put imitate in quotations, I didn't spell imitation wrong, unlike your hilariously tragic attempt at perspective! ClaretSince94
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