Dyche tells Clarets not to take places for granted

First published in Sport Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Burnley FC reporter

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has warned his players not to take their first team place for granted.

Competition for places is set to be at its strongest yet when the Clarets travel to take on Millwall this weekend, with Chris McCann and Martin Paterson both expected to be available following injury.

Midfielder Brian Stock comes back into contention also after missing Saturday’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace through a one-match ban.

Although Ben Mee’s recovery from knee ligament damage is expected to take a little longer, top scorer Charlie Austin could be in line for a comeback at the New Den, having missed the best part of three games with a hamstring strain.

But with their recent replacements, including David Edgar, Daniel Lafferty, Sam Vokes and Saturday’s match-winner Junior Stanislas contributing to Burnley boasting a 100 per cent start to 2013 from two Championship games, Dyche is relishing a selection headache.

“The squad is important,” said the Clarets boss.

“It’s not just the strength, it’s about the mental strength to go and deliver because when you’ve got that shirt you want to stay in the team.

“They’re certainly putting up a case for staying in the team and it’s brilliant for me as a manager to have so many motivated people to want to play.”

And Dyche insists that can only bode well for their Championship prospects.

“I’ve mentioned many times I think we’ve been a little bit hard done by with some things that have gone against us that have been out of our hands.

“When we’re applying ourselves like we did on Saturday and none of that gets in the way then I think we are a decent side,” he said.

“We’re certainly a side to be reckoned with and we’re certainly a side that look like we’ll challenge anyone in the division too, on any 90 minutes.

“The next challenge for us is to find that consistency, keep getting those wins on the board and see where that takes us.

“There are 19 games to go, it’s more about what we do on a weekly basis.

“That’s what I put into the team anyway.

“You can limit people if you put certain targets on things so if you stay open minded who knows what it brings?”

As far as January is concerned, the strength of in-house competition is such that Dyche is not under any urgency to delve into the transfer market.

“There’s a financial reality at the club and we have to look at that as well and monitor that,” he said.

“It doesn’t mean we can’t do anything, it means we’ve probably got to be shopping in a different market.

“It’s more about looking at the bigger picture of the club.

“But the way the players are going about it you’d certainly want to look at your own first because people keep coming in and out of the side for whatever reason, but they’ve been delivering, so we look at what we’ve got first and then worry about what we haven’t later.”

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10:29am Tue 15 Jan 13

Blackburn fans love horses says...

None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion. Blackburn fans love horses
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12:34pm Tue 15 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
[quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest. 8 Ball Deluxe
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12:56pm Tue 15 Jan 13

fanny_tickler. says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours. fanny_tickler.
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1:12pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Blackburn fans love horses says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Who gives a shiny **** what you think?

Even your owners, board members and succession of managers don't listen to Blackburn fans, so why should I?

Have you not got a protest to organise or something down at East Lancashire's newest Comedy Club - Ewood?
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Who gives a shiny **** what you think? Even your owners, board members and succession of managers don't listen to Blackburn fans, so why should I? Have you not got a protest to organise or something down at East Lancashire's newest Comedy Club - Ewood? Blackburn fans love horses
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1:29pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Colne lads back says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
8 Boll@cker, we only infest the Comedy Central pages cos we enjoy a good laugh simples.

White ball down oops 4 point foul
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]8 Boll@cker, we only infest the Comedy Central pages cos we enjoy a good laugh simples. White ball down oops 4 point foul Colne lads back
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1:44pm Tue 15 Jan 13

FCBurnley says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club.

No neigh never
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.[/p][/quote]Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club. No neigh never FCBurnley
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1:49pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Colne lads back says...

FCBurnley wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club.

No neigh never
FCBurnley,maybe you should consider writing on the Comedy Central posts
STABLE hahahaha
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.[/p][/quote]Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club. No neigh never[/p][/quote]FCBurnley,maybe you should consider writing on the Comedy Central posts STABLE hahahaha Colne lads back
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1:56pm Tue 15 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?
Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh? 8 Ball Deluxe
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2:13pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Blackburn fans love horses says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?
Wow, what a predictably banal response from our village idiot.

Just as well he had his Google inbred to english translator on when he typed, otherwise all we would have got is:

Jesuuuuusss wot apnd t'web?

Eh? Ft'dole cheque nd same fone.

Tckd up togevurrrrrrrrrr
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?[/p][/quote]Wow, what a predictably banal response from our village idiot. Just as well he had his Google inbred to english translator on when he typed, otherwise all we would have got is: Jesuuuuusss wot apnd t'web? Eh? Ft'dole cheque nd same fone. Tckd up togevurrrrrrrrrr Blackburn fans love horses
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4:44pm Tue 15 Jan 13

1952 rover says...

fanny_tickler. wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
we learnt it all from you over the years you are past masters at it.Short memories in Dingle Land.
[quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.[/p][/quote]we learnt it all from you over the years you are past masters at it.Short memories in Dingle Land. 1952 rover
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5:05pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Blackburn fans love horses says...

1952 rover wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
we learnt it all from you over the years you are past masters at it.Short memories in Dingle Land.
Indeed - when you were all laughing at Burnley when we were in Division Four etc, and then when senile old fat duffer Jack Walker bought you the title etc - how you laughed at us, struggling to make ends meet etc.

Well, now the boot is well and truly on the other foot - you inbreds are now in freefall, both financially and administratively. Whereas we are owned by Burnley fans, have zero debt, posted a profit last year, are above you in the table and are absolutely loving the comedy that is squirting out of Dumpwood recently.

In Venkys we Trust.
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.[/p][/quote]we learnt it all from you over the years you are past masters at it.Short memories in Dingle Land.[/p][/quote]Indeed - when you were all laughing at Burnley when we were in Division Four etc, and then when senile old fat duffer Jack Walker bought you the title etc - how you laughed at us, struggling to make ends meet etc. Well, now the boot is well and truly on the other foot - you inbreds are now in freefall, both financially and administratively. Whereas we are owned by Burnley fans, have zero debt, posted a profit last year, are above you in the table and are absolutely loving the comedy that is squirting out of Dumpwood recently. In Venkys we Trust. Blackburn fans love horses
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6:23pm Tue 15 Jan 13

FCBurnley says...

Colne lads back wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
fanny_tickler. wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Blackburn fans love horses wrote:
None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven.

I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.
Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.
Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.
Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club.

No neigh never
FCBurnley,maybe you should consider writing on the Comedy Central posts
STABLE hahahaha
Cheers Colne. There is no better way to spend a wintry morning than winding up the Woevers. They truly are the gift that just keeps giving. I reckon that when The Venkys arrive on Saturday it will be the first time in football history that the majority of the crowd will be facing the Directors Box not the pitch ! Suppose it will be Rovers version of Citys `Poznan` goal celebration.
[quote][p][bold]Colne lads back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fanny_tickler.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn fans love horses[/bold] wrote: None of the returning players (And I include Charlie Austin in this) should walk straight back into the starting eleven. I thinkn McCann, Paterson, Stock and Austin should all be benched in favour of continuing with a winning side. They have to play their way back into contention in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Wow a comment froma Burbley fan, yesterdays Burnley articles attracted none. I understand why you infest the Rovers articles as there is no-one to converse with here. You know what they say, little clubs attract little interest.[/p][/quote]Not really, we just like to laugh at you clampits moaning and arguing all the time. We know you long to be a stable, well run, proper football club like Burnley FC but unfortunately you are heading into the abyss to forever look up at your superior neighbours.[/p][/quote]Come on Fanny. You know Woevers are a very STABLE club. No neigh never[/p][/quote]FCBurnley,maybe you should consider writing on the Comedy Central posts STABLE hahahaha[/p][/quote]Cheers Colne. There is no better way to spend a wintry morning than winding up the Woevers. They truly are the gift that just keeps giving. I reckon that when The Venkys arrive on Saturday it will be the first time in football history that the majority of the crowd will be facing the Directors Box not the pitch ! Suppose it will be Rovers version of Citys `Poznan` goal celebration. FCBurnley
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6:44pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Pompey Claret says...

8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?
Here he is , ODDball is here wih his words of wisdom or not as it always seems.

To all fellow Clarets don't be too harsh on ODDball , he is really a closet Claret maybe we could all get together and help the retard come out of the closet and reveal all to his fellow village idiots.

UTC
[quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?[/p][/quote]Here he is , ODDball is here wih his words of wisdom or not as it always seems. To all fellow Clarets don't be too harsh on ODDball , he is really a closet Claret maybe we could all get together and help the retard come out of the closet and reveal all to his fellow village idiots. UTC Pompey Claret
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8:17pm Tue 15 Jan 13

Chris P Bacon says...

Pompey Claret wrote:
8 Ball Deluxe wrote:
Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?
Here he is , ODDball is here wih his words of wisdom or not as it always seems.

To all fellow Clarets don't be too harsh on ODDball , he is really a closet Claret maybe we could all get together and help the retard come out of the closet and reveal all to his fellow village idiots.

UTC
The main problem here occurs when people open the door to that Jehovah's Witness of stupidity. This name-changing work-shy stitshain (Sp) thinks it is Christmas when someone is foolish enough to answer its posts. It thinks it's being treated as someone with something approaching a valid point. It's changed its name more than it's changed its knickers over the last year and is hoping to get away with its constant 'Mystic Meg' predictions that Burnley were definitely, unQUESTionably going to be relegated this season!

And why people offer this head-the-ball the playground it craves during the hours when most rational people are out at work (proof of its long-term unemployability regardless of what lies it fabricates in excuse for that!) is beyond me. It only comes on here because the soap-dodging Grintwums have effectively sent it to Coventry on their hand-wringing oh-woe-is-me threads.
[quote][p][bold]Pompey Claret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]8 Ball Deluxe[/bold] wrote: Jesus, what happened there is the internet connection back on after cashing your dole cheques and getting some credit on your sim. Its not good sharing the same phone is it, still as you are all tucked up together you may as well eh?[/p][/quote]Here he is , ODDball is here wih his words of wisdom or not as it always seems. To all fellow Clarets don't be too harsh on ODDball , he is really a closet Claret maybe we could all get together and help the retard come out of the closet and reveal all to his fellow village idiots. UTC[/p][/quote]The main problem here occurs when people open the door to that Jehovah's Witness of stupidity. This name-changing work-shy stitshain (Sp) thinks it is Christmas when someone is foolish enough to answer its posts. It thinks it's being treated as someone with something approaching a valid point. It's changed its name more than it's changed its knickers over the last year and is hoping to get away with its constant 'Mystic Meg' predictions that Burnley were definitely, unQUESTionably going to be relegated this season! And why people offer this head-the-ball the playground it craves during the hours when most rational people are out at work (proof of its long-term unemployability regardless of what lies it fabricates in excuse for that!) is beyond me. It only comes on here because the soap-dodging Grintwums have effectively sent it to Coventry on their hand-wringing oh-woe-is-me threads. Chris P Bacon
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8:33pm Tue 15 Jan 13

8 Ball Deluxe says...

And one more thing piggy boy, Squeel like a piggy boy
And one more thing piggy boy, Squeel like a piggy boy 8 Ball Deluxe
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