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Fergie full of praise for Burnley youth team

BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche revealed Sir Alex Ferguson was one of the first to congratulate the Clarets on their youth team triumph over Manchester United.

Both managers watched Friday night’s FA Youth Cup third round fixture from the directors’ box at Old Trafford, where Terry Pashley’s under-18s caused a cup shock.

Having reached the semi-finals of last season’s competition, for the first time in 33 years, few gave Burnley hope of even progressing beyond the third round this year, given the draw.

But the young Clarets rocked the Premier League proteges by taking the lead through Cameron Howieson and then showing tremendous character to twice come back from behind to win it with a Jason Gilchrist hat-trick.

For Dyche, Friday was his first opportunity to see the youth team at first hand following his appointment in late October.

And he was delighted with the performance.

“It’s not an easy ask to go to Manchester United at any level, and at that level they have some very good players, but some of our boys more than matched them, and I thoroughly enjoyed it,” he said.

“I went into the dressing room afterwards and congratulated them. It’s not just about the first team at this club – there’s more than that going on behind the scenes, we’re putting things in place that we believe are important going forward.

“I’m delighted for Pash, his staff and his players, the parents and the fans who travelled – and Sir Alex was very gracious afterwards and commended us on our good players.”

And Dyche felt the result was even more impressive given that only three second year scholars were included in the starting line-up, while 15-year-old Bradley Jackson made the winning goal.

“If that’s not an advert for good things coming through...,” said the Burnley boss.

“One swallow doesn’t make a summer obviously, but to go to Old Trafford, deal with the occasion – Gilly (Jason Gilchrist) got a hat-trick, fantastic! He won’t forget that.

“Cammy Howieson played a captain’s role, and to respond to going behind – one of the things we’re trying to build is the ability to respond to setbacks, and we didn’t quite do that as a first team on Saturday, but we certainly did it on Friday and I can’t congratulate them enough, they were fantastic. I couldn’t take my eyes off the game.”

But while the Burnley boss champions the development of young players, having brought a number through the ranks at his former club, Watford, he will not risk the temptation to fast-track them.

“It’s important they have a pathway into the first team, they understand the culture of the first team and also the technical and tactical and the physical demands of it.

“That’s a big part of their development,” he said.

“Like anything, it’s time appropriate with young players - when do you put them in and give them a chance?

“Some of them have already trained with the first team, and I definitely believe in exposing them to the first team – it’s very important to get a feel for what it is like, tempo, the demands, the way they go about it.

“It’s part of the transition into the first team.

“There are several good signs at the club at the moment, and that’s what I’m focusing on.

“Three points on a Saturday or a Tuesday is the main thing for me as the manager, but we are focusing on putting things in place behind that to support that, and there were some great signs on Friday.”

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12:48pm Tue 11 Dec 12

AndyW says...

Oh, right.
Oh, right. AndyW
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1:41pm Tue 11 Dec 12

burnleyglentoran says...

For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882 burnleyglentoran
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2:51pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Fan@clared says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Hear Hear Glentoran. Well written. A proper football club indeed I just wish we had more support at home.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Hear Hear Glentoran. Well written. A proper football club indeed I just wish we had more support at home. Fan@clared
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2:53pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Fan@clared says...

Hear Hear Glentoran. Well written and truly accurate. A proper football club indeed. Mind you more home support would be useful
Hear Hear Glentoran. Well written and truly accurate. A proper football club indeed. Mind you more home support would be useful Fan@clared
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4:06pm Tue 11 Dec 12

doggert says...

You do have fans abroad too, you know :)

Its good to see that there is talent in our youth, specially on top - when it is inevitable that Austin sooner rather then later will leave.
You do have fans abroad too, you know :) Its good to see that there is talent in our youth, specially on top - when it is inevitable that Austin sooner rather then later will leave. doggert
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6:03pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Andy Young says...

"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads. Andy Young
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6:10pm Tue 11 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60.

Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)
[quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply) FCBurnley
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6:39pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Babbar Divino says...

Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation.
Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times.

I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same?
[quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation. Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times. I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same? Babbar Divino
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6:40pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT.
AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club. Harwoodstblue
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6:50pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Babbar Divino wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation.
Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times.

I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same?
You only hope you might have a bright future because you have F**K all to brag about in the past. No wonder you don't like talking about it.

"Our situation or yours "....What would you give for that point. Priceless.
[quote][p][bold]Babbar Divino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation. Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times. I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same?[/p][/quote]You only hope you might have a bright future because you have F**K all to brag about in the past. No wonder you don't like talking about it. "Our situation or yours "....What would you give for that point. Priceless. Harwoodstblue
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9:28pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Another masterpiece glentoran.

Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice?

Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy.....
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Another masterpiece glentoran. Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice? Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy..... Rovers75
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9:36pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

Babbar Divino wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation.
Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times.

I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same?
'Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times'

Lies lies and more lies.

Did Bonleh support John Bond? Did Bonleh support Chris Waddle? Did Bonleh support Brian Laws? Wasn't it Bonleh fans who tried to set Jimmy Mullens wife on fire?
What happened to the 10,000 'fans' that vanished from the Prem season?
[quote][p][bold]Babbar Divino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]No chip Andy. Burnley know their place in the football league "a mid table championship club" who in a good season might make it to the Premier League or with a bad one fighting against relegation. Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times. I'm just trying to think of another club in the E Lancs area who could say the same?[/p][/quote]'Burnley support their manager and players through thick and thin, good times and bad times' Lies lies and more lies. Did Bonleh support John Bond? Did Bonleh support Chris Waddle? Did Bonleh support Brian Laws? Wasn't it Bonleh fans who tried to set Jimmy Mullens wife on fire? What happened to the 10,000 'fans' that vanished from the Prem season? Rovers75
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9:41pm Tue 11 Dec 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Rovers75 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Another masterpiece glentoran.

Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice?

Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy.....
I reckon a certain Mr Ferguson is a fair (sorry furr) judge, when it comes to deciding what a "proper football club" is.

Now if we're lookin for a national laughin' stock contender, can I suggest the former Lancashire based club BRKFC!?
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Another masterpiece glentoran. Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice? Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy.....[/p][/quote]I reckon a certain Mr Ferguson is a fair (sorry furr) judge, when it comes to deciding what a "proper football club" is. Now if we're lookin for a national laughin' stock contender, can I suggest the former Lancashire based club BRKFC!? burnleyglentoran
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10:32pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Rovers75 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd.

United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club.

A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch

The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson.

BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Another masterpiece glentoran.

Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice?

Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy.....
I reckon a certain Mr Ferguson is a fair (sorry furr) judge, when it comes to deciding what a "proper football club" is.

Now if we're lookin for a national laughin' stock contender, can I suggest the former Lancashire based club BRKFC!?
furr? Don't you mean fayyyyyyyyyyer?

Old whisky face once said Steve Kean was a good manager aswell....

but seeing his nice little comment about little old Bonleh has made such an impact on your lives I won't ruin the moment.....

thanks for making things so much more entertaining though and keep it up
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Another masterpiece glentoran. Is this the same promising youth squad that played Rovers youth last season..... and lost, twice? Always done things the right way? Your not even embarrassed are you when you post that sort of comedy.....[/p][/quote]I reckon a certain Mr Ferguson is a fair (sorry furr) judge, when it comes to deciding what a "proper football club" is. Now if we're lookin for a national laughin' stock contender, can I suggest the former Lancashire based club BRKFC!?[/p][/quote]furr? Don't you mean fayyyyyyyyyyer? Old whisky face once said Steve Kean was a good manager aswell.... but seeing his nice little comment about little old Bonleh has made such an impact on your lives I won't ruin the moment..... thanks for making things so much more entertaining though and keep it up Rovers75
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10:34pm Tue 11 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

So not one answer to my question. The silence is deafening. I guess they were all frightened to give an honest answer.

The future is bright, The future is Claret
So not one answer to my question. The silence is deafening. I guess they were all frightened to give an honest answer. The future is bright, The future is Claret FCBurnley
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10:45pm Tue 11 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Blackburn Youth 1 Leicester Youth 3.

As I said in my previous post. The future is bright, The future is Claret.
Blackburn Youth 1 Leicester Youth 3. As I said in my previous post. The future is bright, The future is Claret. FCBurnley
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11:14pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Andy Young says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60.

Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)
Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)[/p][/quote]Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972. Andy Young
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12:01am Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Andy Young wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60.

Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)
Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.
So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see.
[quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)[/p][/quote]Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.[/p][/quote]So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see. FCBurnley
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12:04am Wed 12 Dec 12

Andy Young says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
"Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60.

Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)
Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.
So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see.
You know you're clutching at straws when you're mouthing off about youth team results folks. We are currently at our lowest point in about 30 years.... since Howard Kendall came to the club I would say...AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT THE ROVERS!!!!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)[/p][/quote]Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.[/p][/quote]So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see.[/p][/quote]You know you're clutching at straws when you're mouthing off about youth team results folks. We are currently at our lowest point in about 30 years.... since Howard Kendall came to the club I would say...AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT THE ROVERS!!!! Andy Young
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9:22am Wed 12 Dec 12

Return of the Magnificent se7en says...

Maybe you should have a Fergie says we're great trophy made for your empty trophy cabinet. You could call it the shear desperation trophy.
Maybe you should have a Fergie says we're great trophy made for your empty trophy cabinet. You could call it the shear desperation trophy. Return of the Magnificent se7en
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9:28am Wed 12 Dec 12

midas says...

Andy Young wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Andy Young wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.
So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)
Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.
So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see.
You know you're clutching at straws when you're mouthing off about youth team results folks. We are currently at our lowest point in about 30 years.... since Howard Kendall came to the club I would say...AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT THE ROVERS!!!!
You just keep holding onto those memories, its all you have left.
.
34 years baaar, baaar!
[quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Andy Young[/bold] wrote: "Burnley are a proper football club". Yes, but they are also stuck in 1972 and with a whopping great chip on their shoulder. 34 years lads.[/p][/quote]So would you rather be in our situation or yours ? What matters is today and the future, not 1972 or the last 30 odd years or even 1959-60. Its a no brainer for me...........How about you Andy Young ? ( not that I expect an honest reply)[/p][/quote]Its a no brainer for me too. Would I rather be unbeaten against my local rivals for over 3 decades or try and invent bragging rights by clutching at a comment made by a guy who called Steve Kean "A good manager". Mmmmmm.... I'll need to have a think about that one. Oh, and that away end at your hovel of a ground definitely belongs in 1972.[/p][/quote]So we are stuck in 1972 but you are living only on not being beaten in 9 games over 34 years. !! Fair enough, enjoy your next couple of seasons, they will probably be your last.. Another great result tonight I see.[/p][/quote]You know you're clutching at straws when you're mouthing off about youth team results folks. We are currently at our lowest point in about 30 years.... since Howard Kendall came to the club I would say...AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT THE ROVERS!!!![/p][/quote]You just keep holding onto those memories, its all you have left. . 34 years baaar, baaar! midas
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9:57am Wed 12 Dec 12

vintageclaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years.

Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve.

Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing. vintageclaret
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1:48pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Return of the Magnificent se7en wrote:
Maybe you should have a Fergie says we're great trophy made for your empty trophy cabinet. You could call it the shear desperation trophy.
And what trophy do you expect to win in the next 30 years !

Indian League Division 3 Runners Up 2037 !!
[quote][p][bold]Return of the Magnificent se7en[/bold] wrote: Maybe you should have a Fergie says we're great trophy made for your empty trophy cabinet. You could call it the shear desperation trophy.[/p][/quote]And what trophy do you expect to win in the next 30 years ! Indian League Division 3 Runners Up 2037 !! FCBurnley
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2:00pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years.

Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve.

Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps.
My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football.
Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ? Harwoodstblue
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2:30pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years.

Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve.

Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps.
My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football.
Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games. FCBurnley
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3:45pm Wed 12 Dec 12

pepperpot2296 says...

Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.
Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best. pepperpot2296
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4:22pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

pepperpot2296 wrote:
Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.
But only 1 has crap owners who have no interest in the club or football whatsoever.
[quote][p][bold]pepperpot2296[/bold] wrote: Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.[/p][/quote]But only 1 has crap owners who have no interest in the club or football whatsoever. FCBurnley
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4:36pm Wed 12 Dec 12

vintageclaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds


i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence
ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future.
iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World
iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past.

Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future. iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past. Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood. vintageclaret
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4:47pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds


i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence
ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future.
iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World
iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past.

Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.
Nice one Vintage.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Who is the Bitterest of them all

Bet he comes from Gret Arrod.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future. iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past. Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.[/p][/quote]Nice one Vintage. Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who is the Bitterest of them all Bet he comes from Gret Arrod. FCBurnley
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6:16pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FCBurnley wrote:
pepperpot2296 wrote:
Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.
But only 1 has crap owners who have no interest in the club or football whatsoever.
AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT US. HOW SICKENING IS THAT.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pepperpot2296[/bold] wrote: Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.[/p][/quote]But only 1 has crap owners who have no interest in the club or football whatsoever.[/p][/quote]AND YOU STILL CAN'T BEAT US. HOW SICKENING IS THAT. Harwoodstblue
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6:17pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years.

Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve.

Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps.
My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football.
Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games.
BUT NOT IN THE LAST 34 YEARS.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games.[/p][/quote]BUT NOT IN THE LAST 34 YEARS. Harwoodstblue
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6:20pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds


i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence
ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future.
iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World
iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past.

Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.
Thanks for the definition and taking the time. Just winding you up.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future. iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past. Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the definition and taking the time. Just winding you up. Harwoodstblue
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6:29pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

FCBurnley wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds


i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence
ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future.
iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World
iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past.

Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.
Nice one Vintage.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Who is the Bitterest of them all

Bet he comes from Gret Arrod.
Nowt to do with Gret Arrod, I think I've been there twice. By the way, nobody remembers runners up or 2nd or 4th division 'CHAMPIONS.' Still that's all you've got to cling on to.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future. iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past. Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.[/p][/quote]Nice one Vintage. Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who is the Bitterest of them all Bet he comes from Gret Arrod.[/p][/quote]Nowt to do with Gret Arrod, I think I've been there twice. By the way, nobody remembers runners up or 2nd or 4th division 'CHAMPIONS.' Still that's all you've got to cling on to. Harwoodstblue
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6:31pm Wed 12 Dec 12

Harwoodstblue says...

pepperpot2296 wrote:
Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.
True but the Dingles can't accept it.
[quote][p][bold]pepperpot2296[/bold] wrote: Time to stop slagging each other off, both sets of fans are saddled with **** sides and are middle tablers at best.[/p][/quote]True but the Dingles can't accept it. Harwoodstblue
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9:00pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years.

Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve.

Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps.
My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football.
Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games.
BUT NOT IN THE LAST 34 YEARS.
The question you asked was How many Claret fans were alive last time Burnley won anything.

I gave you my list.........Whats yours ?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]In my lifetime we been Football League Champions, FA Cup Finalists twice, European Cup Quarter Finalists, Charity Shield Winners twice, FA Youth Cup Winners, Promoted twice at Wembley, FL Division 2 and Division 4 Champions and we have beaten Blackburn Rovers 13 times in league games.[/p][/quote]BUT NOT IN THE LAST 34 YEARS.[/p][/quote]The question you asked was How many Claret fans were alive last time Burnley won anything. I gave you my list.........Whats yours ? FCBurnley
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9:04pm Wed 12 Dec 12

FCBurnley says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882
Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.
Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.
Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?
Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds


i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence
ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future.
iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World
iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past.

Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.
Nice one Vintage.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Who is the Bitterest of them all

Bet he comes from Gret Arrod.
Nowt to do with Gret Arrod, I think I've been there twice. By the way, nobody remembers runners up or 2nd or 4th division 'CHAMPIONS.' Still that's all you've got to cling on to.
So come on what have the B******s won in YOUR lifetime ?

Let me guess.........Uncle Jack bought you a trophy in 95.......owt else ?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: For me, the more important result from the weekend that affect Burnley FC's future is not not getting beat by Forest but the young Clarets beating Man Utd. United have the pick of the very best from all over the world and to get one over on them points to a very promising future for our great club. A club that has never had a sugar daddy and has always done things the right way. On and off the pitch The icing on the cake is the praise from Sir Alex "Burnley are a proper football club" Ferguson. BURNLEY FC - A PROPER FOOTBALL CLUB. SINCE 1882[/p][/quote]Since 1882 Eh......Well if you want to talk about history compare your success to BRFC....No comparison,. FACT. AS far as old bluenose is concerned he thought Kean was a good manager so I can see why he thinks Dingles are a good football club.[/p][/quote]Yawn, Yawn, Yawn! Living in the past seems to be all that BRFC fans can have because they have no Present or Future which is why they keep banging on about 34 years. Kean was a brilliant manager there is no doubt about that just look at the way he seized the assets he had and then utilised them in the way that BRFC fans deserve. Tramp, tramp, tramp you can hear the feet marching away from Deadwood the bitterest, most miserable set of fans in the country, the crying stock of football because they make us all cry from laughing.[/p][/quote]Serious question, How many Dingle supporters were actually alive when you last won anything ? My guess 25% perhaps. My greatest memory of the Dingle failures was your pathetic, one season attempt at Premiership football. Bitterest....Is that a Dingle word ?[/p][/quote]Just shows the ignorance coming from you, asking if "bitterest" was a Burnley word; read on the plaigiarised extract from dictionary. There again probably too may big words for you or should I have put wurrrrds i) Difficult or distasteful to accept, admit, or bear: the bitter truth; bitter sorrow.- The fact Wovers are on their way out of existence ii) Proceeding from or exhibiting strong animosity: a bitter struggle; bitter foes - Exhibited because BRFC fans realise the set up at BFC is far better both in finances and for the future. iii). Resulting from or expressive of severe grief and anguish. - Due to being the complete laughing stock of the Football World iv. Marked by resentment or cynicism - Resulting from living in a fantasy world and continually living in the past. Enough said poor little ill-educated Trampwood.[/p][/quote]Nice one Vintage. Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who is the Bitterest of them all Bet he comes from Gret Arrod.[/p][/quote]Nowt to do with Gret Arrod, I think I've been there twice. By the way, nobody remembers runners up or 2nd or 4th division 'CHAMPIONS.' Still that's all you've got to cling on to.[/p][/quote]So come on what have the B******s won in YOUR lifetime ? Let me guess.........Uncle Jack bought you a trophy in 95.......owt else ? FCBurnley
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