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CLARETS COLUMN: Howe's move has proved best for all parties

WHATEVER it is about Eddie Howe and Bournemouth, the combination certainly seems to work.

When Howe left Burnley to return to Dean Court in October, professionally at least it was a major step down.

Everyone understood that family reasons were the deciding factor in his Turf Moor exit, but otherwise swapping a Championship side for a club sitting one place above the League One relegation zone was something of a risk for his career.

Howe had done a remarkable job at Bournemouth first time around to earn his move to Burnley, guiding the cash-strapped Cherries from the brink of relegation from League Two to the League One play-off places. But never go back, they say, because it is hard to replicate previous success.

Although there are mixed opinions on his time at Turf Moor, things had certainly not gone as smoothly as he would have hoped.

A difficult second spell at Bournemouth would have left his managerial reputation severely dented.

What has happened since his return to Dean Court, though, has been quite remarkable.

Bournemouth have played 15 matches, winning 11 of them and drawing the other four. They are now seventh in League One, level on points with the play-off places.

On that sort of form, it is not impossible that Bournemouth could be playing Burnley in the Championship next term.

Most, myself included, wished Howe well on his return to the south coast.

Keith Treacy may have admitted he did not enjoy working with Howe, and the cracks seemed to be appearing in that relationship as early as last October.

I recall the manager having a heated discussion with his winger on the pitch at the New Den, only minutes after a victory at Millwall.

But the majority found Howe to be a thoroughly decent man.

In the end, his move probably worked out best for everyone.

Fans were growing increasingly frustrated at results at Turf Moor.

He had taken 11 points from the first 10 games of the current campaign, while the Clarets have now collected 19 points from 13 matches under Sean Dyche.

Howe’s relationship with Bournemouth was unique. Stepping up to become manager after being at a club for several years is a very different task to arriving at a new club and starting from scratch.

It is easy to say it with hindsight, of course, but Burnley perhaps needed a short-term boost to revive their promotion hopes midway through their first season after relegation.

The long-term approach was with the best of intentions, but once you miss out on promotion the first season it becomes so much harder from thereon in.

Howe’s reign was not a disaster, but it did not deliver what everyone wanted. His impressive start on his return to Bournemouth, though, has ensured that his reputation remains largely intact.

Hopefully both Burnley and Bournemouth can enjoy success.

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12:09pm Thu 3 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size 8 Ball Deluxe
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12:32pm Thu 3 Jan 13

burnleyglentoran says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!! burnleyglentoran
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12:49pm Thu 3 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things.
It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things. It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind. 8 Ball Deluxe
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1:17pm Thu 3 Jan 13

burnleyglentoran says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things.
It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind.
Quote from the above article which you obviously didnt read -

"once you miss out on promotion the first season it becomes so much harder from thereon in."

Read, digest, then cry, cos B******ds aint goin nowhere and financially another year in the "Chumpionship" ,as you lot called it, will knacker you up good and proper.

DRY YOUR EYES MATE
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things. It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind.[/p][/quote]Quote from the above article which you obviously didnt read - "once you miss out on promotion the first season it becomes so much harder from thereon in." Read, digest, then cry, cos B******ds aint goin nowhere and financially another year in the "Chumpionship" ,as you lot called it, will knacker you up good and proper. DRY YOUR EYES MATE burnleyglentoran
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1:48pm Thu 3 Jan 13

vintageclaret says...

My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless).

Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations.

As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best
My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless). Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations. As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best vintageclaret
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2:03pm Thu 3 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

vintageclaret wrote:
My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless).

Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations.

As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best
Yeah Treacy was shocked and puzzled, he thought he was being punished for something when he ended up at your dump.
Dick Van Dyke has made it clearer for Treacy though, If you buckle down and contribute you will be able to play your way out of this sh@thole like Charlie Austin has done. Then a bigger club like Bournemouth may come in for you like they did with Eddie. Then maybe, just maybe, if you keep giving it 100% and moving up year on year, you may end up back at Blackburn by the time you hit your peak Thanks Dick, said Treacy, now will you do the ol bamboo for me again, its absolutely hilarious
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless). Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations. As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best[/p][/quote]Yeah Treacy was shocked and puzzled, he thought he was being punished for something when he ended up at your dump. Dick Van Dyke has made it clearer for Treacy though, If you buckle down and contribute you will be able to play your way out of this sh@thole like Charlie Austin has done. Then a bigger club like Bournemouth may come in for you like they did with Eddie. Then maybe, just maybe, if you keep giving it 100% and moving up year on year, you may end up back at Blackburn by the time you hit your peak Thanks Dick, said Treacy, now will you do the ol bamboo for me again, its absolutely hilarious 8 Ball Deluxe
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2:22pm Thu 3 Jan 13

vintageclaret says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
vintageclaret wrote: My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless). Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations. As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best
Yeah Treacy was shocked and puzzled, he thought he was being punished for something when he ended up at your dump. Dick Van Dyke has made it clearer for Treacy though, If you buckle down and contribute you will be able to play your way out of this sh@thole like Charlie Austin has done. Then a bigger club like Bournemouth may come in for you like they did with Eddie. Then maybe, just maybe, if you keep giving it 100% and moving up year on year, you may end up back at Blackburn by the time you hit your peak Thanks Dick, said Treacy, now will you do the ol bamboo for me again, its absolutely hilarious
Aren't you just a silly, little immature person (if the latter is the correct word).

I think it is time you went back to the playground sucking (or word that rhymes) your thumb.

The comments I made were a genuine supporters views. Now run along there's a silly little moron and don't forget your bag of carrots for your best friend.
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: My honest thoughts are this is a well put article and in respect to EH I feel the short term he was manager, did BFC a world of good particularly in i) Most of his signings (Hines being the exception) ii) Brought back a renewed hope and stability to the fans and the club after the Laws period (although he was bound to be a fall guy regardless). Okay he and Treacy may not have seen eye to eye but hey this is what happens and I'll bet there are many teams across the globe who have similar situations. As for Treacy himself; yes he does not seem to have been given a fair crack of the whip but in his own words when he was transferred stated "he was shocked and puzzled as to why he had been transferred" and let's be honest his attitude at the beginning in his demeanour in the way he played and the weight he gained showed he wasn't really trying, now it seems we know why. But all fairness to him, he seems to have laid his ghosts to rest and with Sean's backing I truly feel he will show his full potential and be a good assest for BFC and wish him all the best[/p][/quote]Yeah Treacy was shocked and puzzled, he thought he was being punished for something when he ended up at your dump. Dick Van Dyke has made it clearer for Treacy though, If you buckle down and contribute you will be able to play your way out of this sh@thole like Charlie Austin has done. Then a bigger club like Bournemouth may come in for you like they did with Eddie. Then maybe, just maybe, if you keep giving it 100% and moving up year on year, you may end up back at Blackburn by the time you hit your peak Thanks Dick, said Treacy, now will you do the ol bamboo for me again, its absolutely hilarious[/p][/quote]Aren't you just a silly, little immature person (if the latter is the correct word). I think it is time you went back to the playground sucking (or word that rhymes) your thumb. The comments I made were a genuine supporters views. Now run along there's a silly little moron and don't forget your bag of carrots for your best friend. vintageclaret
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10:27pm Thu 3 Jan 13

madari says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
madari the snake charmer says:

You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha!
!!!!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]madari the snake charmer says: You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha! !!!! madari
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10:30pm Thu 3 Jan 13

madari says...

madari wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
madari the snake charmer says:

You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha!

!!!!
Madari the sake charmer says:
And the great Sounesssss...hahahah
ahaha!!!!
[quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]madari the snake charmer says: You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha! !!!![/p][/quote]Madari the sake charmer says: And the great Sounesssss...hahahah ahaha!!!! madari
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10:53pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Harwoodstblue says...

madari wrote:
madari wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
madari the snake charmer says:

You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha!


!!!!
Madari the sake charmer says:
And the great Sounesssss...hahahah

ahaha!!!!
35 years of hurt, humiliation and desperation, with glentoran the most bitter and desperate of them all.
[quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]madari the snake charmer says: You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha! !!!![/p][/quote]Madari the sake charmer says: And the great Sounesssss...hahahah ahaha!!!![/p][/quote]35 years of hurt, humiliation and desperation, with glentoran the most bitter and desperate of them all. Harwoodstblue
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11:55pm Thu 3 Jan 13

MightyClaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
madari wrote:
madari wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
madari the snake charmer says:

You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha!



!!!!
Madari the sake charmer says:
And the great Sounesssss...hahahah


ahaha!!!!
35 years of hurt, humiliation and desperation, with glentoran the most bitter and desperate of them all.
and yet, despite this 34 years thing, you've only won four more games than us in the history of the derby. Soon to be top dogs in Lancashire once again UTC
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]madari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]madari the snake charmer says: You left out Paul Ince.....hahahahaha! !!!![/p][/quote]Madari the sake charmer says: And the great Sounesssss...hahahah ahaha!!!![/p][/quote]35 years of hurt, humiliation and desperation, with glentoran the most bitter and desperate of them all.[/p][/quote]and yet, despite this 34 years thing, you've only won four more games than us in the history of the derby. Soon to be top dogs in Lancashire once again UTC MightyClaret
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6:28am Fri 4 Jan 13

spike t says...

Would Howe leave Bournemouth for a six months job,working for the infamous Shebmeister and the much loved Venkeys? Would he move to a club losing £3m a month?
No he wouldn't !
So please toddle off to the Postal Order and drown your sorrows and leave Burnley articles to us!
Would Howe leave Bournemouth for a six months job,working for the infamous Shebmeister and the much loved Venkeys? Would he move to a club losing £3m a month? No he wouldn't ! So please toddle off to the Postal Order and drown your sorrows and leave Burnley articles to us! spike t
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2:55pm Fri 4 Jan 13

Fan@clared says...

Howe would be good for Blackburn next season as he is great in League 1
Howe would be good for Blackburn next season as he is great in League 1 Fan@clared
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11:07am Sat 5 Jan 13

Chris P Bacon says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way.
Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers.
You never know.
Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also
Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size
Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible.

Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory-

Dalglish

Hodgson

Hughes

Big Sam

Agent Kean

Special Agent Ice Berg

And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract.

No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!"

Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!!
Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things.
It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind.
Quote from the above article which you obviously didnt read -

"once you miss out on promotion the first season it becomes so much harder from thereon in."

Read, digest, then cry, cos B******ds aint goin nowhere and financially another year in the "Chumpionship" ,as you lot called it, will knacker you up good and proper.

DRY YOUR EYES MATE
Aaargh, another schoolboy error. Just a quick tip; when you open the door to that name-changing wuckfit, you give it what it regards as a small victory. Ignore the leprous auld shitstain and leave it to its own ignominy.

It's not on your level so don't reach down to hand it the spurious excuse of being taken seriously. The Ruhrvurs fans have sent it to Coventry (hence the name changes ad-nauseum) so I suggest the same is done here.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: As soon as the bigger club came in for him it was a no brainer, next step up on the football ladder is what all managers try to do so, as soon as Bournemouth came in, Burnley just could not stop in his way. Maybe if he wants to move up again he will put his hat in at Rovers. You never know. Austin will be next to jump ship, maybe he will go to Bournemouth also Cue the great unwashed with delusions of club size[/p][/quote]Since all those years ago in 1995 B*******ds decline has been irriversible. Just look at the standing of managers since then. It tracks the fall from when Walker bought them a bit of glory- Dalglish Hodgson Hughes Big Sam Agent Kean Special Agent Ice Berg And now the rumours are that Taylor will brought in on a 6 month contract. No doubt the B******ds will be adopting the "we have the god - given right to still be in the Premier League. No manager's good enough for us. We hound out whoever doesnt guarantee us Champions League football. Even the current England manager was given the hate, bile and venom we like to dish out!" Anyway if its true that Taylor is the next sacrificial lamb I think Phil "the power" will do a great job!!![/p][/quote]Still bitter aren't we? Cannot get over the Eddie Howe dumping you like a used dog nappy. I can see the bitterness oozing out of the sides of it and understand completely why he moved on to bigger things. It hurts though doesn't it? Never mind.[/p][/quote]Quote from the above article which you obviously didnt read - "once you miss out on promotion the first season it becomes so much harder from thereon in." Read, digest, then cry, cos B******ds aint goin nowhere and financially another year in the "Chumpionship" ,as you lot called it, will knacker you up good and proper. DRY YOUR EYES MATE[/p][/quote]Aaargh, another schoolboy error. Just a quick tip; when you open the door to that name-changing wuckfit, you give it what it regards as a small victory. Ignore the leprous auld shitstain and leave it to its own ignominy. It's not on your level so don't reach down to hand it the spurious excuse of being taken seriously. The Ruhrvurs fans have sent it to Coventry (hence the name changes ad-nauseum) so I suggest the same is done here. Chris P Bacon
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