Blackburn Rovers close to a Dunn deal

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DAVID Dunn could be set to sign a new one-year contract at Blackburn Rovers before the end of the week – after the club agreed an extension to Lee Williamson’s Ewood Park deal.

Williamson has put pen to paper on a new contract keeping him with Rovers until the summer of 2015, and Dunn is also now close to agreeing a deal with the club.

Dunn is out of contract this summer and had been linked with interest from overseas clubs, but has always indicated that he wanted to stay at Rovers.

Talks over a new deal have dragged on since the end of the season but both parties are now understood to be hopeful of a resolution this week.

Dunn has been offered a 12-month contract and boss Gary Bowyer has been eager to keep the 33-year-old at the club.

Dunn has often played in an advanced role behind striker Jordan Rhodes in recent times, while Williamson has impressed in central midfield since arriving in February.

Williamson was a free agent at the time and signed an 18-month deal to join Rovers.

But the 31-year-old’s form has done enough to persuade Bowyer to extend that contract by a further year.

He said “I came here on a short-term contract, so I’m happy that it has now been extended.

“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans.

“Now I’ve signed an extension here I can establish myself and this club can push forward.

“As a player there is always room to improve, so hopefully I can show that this coming season.”

Rovers have been drawn away to League One side Carlisle United in the first round of the League Cup, with the tie due to be played on the week commencing August 5.

Rovers recently recruited under 21s coach Eric Kinder from Carlisle and it will be the first meeting of the clubs since 1986.

The fixtures for the new Championship season will be announced tomorrow at 9am.

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10:27am Tue 18 Jun 13

kaku19 says...

good decision hes always been a useful player...however venkeys should consider this guy http://www.footballp
akistan.com/2013/01/
krls-messi-sets-sigh
ts-on-further-glory/ the guys got fantastic pace is good in the air and will fit the wage bill if the venkeys are willing to use their money the rite way
good decision hes always been a useful player...however venkeys should consider this guy http://www.footballp akistan.com/2013/01/ krls-messi-sets-sigh ts-on-further-glory/ the guys got fantastic pace is good in the air and will fit the wage bill if the venkeys are willing to use their money the rite way kaku19
  • Score: -10

10:30am Tue 18 Jun 13

hasslem hasslem says...

dunny attracts interest from overseas clubs?

what's the big team on the isle of man?
dunny attracts interest from overseas clubs? what's the big team on the isle of man? hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -4

10:32am Tue 18 Jun 13

lookupblackburn.. says...

“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract. lookupblackburn..
  • Score: -28

10:43am Tue 18 Jun 13

35yearSurrenderMonkeys says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
Unlike half the Burnley first team who want to fook off and can't be bothered to issue a statement. Will you have a centre forward at the start of the season? Everyone wants out of the dingle sh@t pit.
Blinding
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Unlike half the Burnley first team who want to fook off and can't be bothered to issue a statement. Will you have a centre forward at the start of the season? Everyone wants out of the dingle sh@t pit. Blinding 35yearSurrenderMonkeys
  • Score: 15

10:53am Tue 18 Jun 13

greenscreener says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
You do devote an awful lot of your time to the club you criticise so much.

This is the kind of attention seeking behaviour so often seen in children deprived of love and care.

Hope you eventually find your parents when you grow up.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]You do devote an awful lot of your time to the club you criticise so much. This is the kind of attention seeking behaviour so often seen in children deprived of love and care. Hope you eventually find your parents when you grow up. greenscreener
  • Score: 20

10:59am Tue 18 Jun 13

harwoodblue says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.
"The ground is run-down" you still have knackered wooden seats and a leaky tin roof.

Nob
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]"The ground is run-down" you still have knackered wooden seats and a leaky tin roof. Nob harwoodblue
  • Score: 11

11:05am Tue 18 Jun 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.
Burnley is not a big club

There are very few half decent players

The structure is shocking with no investment and someone has run off with all the premier league money.

Majority of fans are good and decent apart from the odd idiot who post on here

But at least players want to sign for BRFC.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Burnley is not a big club There are very few half decent players The structure is shocking with no investment and someone has run off with all the premier league money. Majority of fans are good and decent apart from the odd idiot who post on here But at least players want to sign for BRFC. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 8

11:11am Tue 18 Jun 13

dangerous dave says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
dunny attracts interest from overseas clubs? what's the big team on the isle of man?
Should let him go oversea s then. Well past his sell by date and just playing on words to get easy dosh.
Out with Shaw Singh venkys coar Hendry
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: dunny attracts interest from overseas clubs? what's the big team on the isle of man?[/p][/quote]Should let him go oversea s then. Well past his sell by date and just playing on words to get easy dosh. Out with Shaw Singh venkys coar Hendry dangerous dave
  • Score: -7

11:14am Tue 18 Jun 13

unclejacklegend says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
Slightly hypocritical.

Helmet
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Slightly hypocritical. Helmet unclejacklegend
  • Score: 4

11:16am Tue 18 Jun 13

LittleRonnieHildersley says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
Very difficult to give you a balanced argument against your well thought out comment on the article. I suspect maybe your mensa membership or Oxbridge education will set you apart from most of the rovers fans who comment on here.

I'll try my best though. Obviously Burnley are a well run club with a good structure and that's why you feel like you can gloat. However, It may come as a surprise to you but Burnley don't actually own their ground or their training ground. Sold by your previous chairman to I think a company based somewhere like Bermuda. Great structure for the future....oh and should we mention parachute payments, now where did they go? buying back Turf Moor? no, buying back gawthorpe? no, investing in new players? no. I'm sure it's some shrewd investment deal to launch Burnley into the global football stratosphere where polymaths such as yourself won't feel the need to continually stalk Blackburn Rovers.

It is nice though that you accept that we have a few half decent players because a few is more than the two half decent players Burnley have: Trippier and Austin.

And I have to accept that you have great fans who like nothing better than smashing up their own town center.

As usual I feel crushed by your insightful commentary on our football club. I am thinking of never looking at these pages again for fear of your hammer blow like observations on footballing matters at BRFC.

And back to the actual article - great to keep Dunny at the club...because he's blue and white and he hates Burnley :)
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Very difficult to give you a balanced argument against your well thought out comment on the article. I suspect maybe your mensa membership or Oxbridge education will set you apart from most of the rovers fans who comment on here. I'll try my best though. Obviously Burnley are a well run club with a good structure and that's why you feel like you can gloat. However, It may come as a surprise to you but Burnley don't actually own their ground or their training ground. Sold by your previous chairman to I think a company based somewhere like Bermuda. Great structure for the future....oh and should we mention parachute payments, now where did they go? buying back Turf Moor? no, buying back gawthorpe? no, investing in new players? no. I'm sure it's some shrewd investment deal to launch Burnley into the global football stratosphere where polymaths such as yourself won't feel the need to continually stalk Blackburn Rovers. It is nice though that you accept that we have a few half decent players because a few is more than the two half decent players Burnley have: Trippier and Austin. And I have to accept that you have great fans who like nothing better than smashing up their own town center. As usual I feel crushed by your insightful commentary on our football club. I am thinking of never looking at these pages again for fear of your hammer blow like observations on footballing matters at BRFC. And back to the actual article - great to keep Dunny at the club...because he's blue and white and he hates Burnley :) LittleRonnieHildersley
  • Score: 21

11:17am Tue 18 Jun 13

LittleRonnieHildersley says...

unclejacklegend wrote:
lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
Slightly hypocritical.

Helmet
I wish I'd written that...I second that, he's a helmet!
[quote][p][bold]unclejacklegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Slightly hypocritical. Helmet[/p][/quote]I wish I'd written that...I second that, he's a helmet! LittleRonnieHildersley
  • Score: 9

11:47am Tue 18 Jun 13

1952 rover says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
Take a good look at your squad and awful ground before you put your so called brain into gear.Have you signed on yet for your dole money.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Take a good look at your squad and awful ground before you put your so called brain into gear.Have you signed on yet for your dole money. 1952 rover
  • Score: 4

11:53am Tue 18 Jun 13

razwoods78 says...

1952 rover wrote:
lookupblackburn.. wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.
Take a good look at your squad and awful ground before you put your so called brain into gear.Have you signed on yet for your dole money.
Would'nt call it an awful ground....IT'S A TOTALLY WICKED, FLEA INFESTED, TRAPPED IN A TIME WARP CESS PIT!
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]Take a good look at your squad and awful ground before you put your so called brain into gear.Have you signed on yet for your dole money.[/p][/quote]Would'nt call it an awful ground....IT'S A TOTALLY WICKED, FLEA INFESTED, TRAPPED IN A TIME WARP CESS PIT! razwoods78
  • Score: 1

1:22pm Tue 18 Jun 13

StLedge says...

Lookupblackburn…wr
ote:

“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers IS a big club.
There are very decent players.
The structure could be worse.
The ground is better than Turf Moor and awe inspiring.
The fans are amazing.
And all this sums up to more than my club Burnley could achieve!!


Nice of you to say so!!
[quote] Lookupblackburn…wr ote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers IS a big club. There are very decent players. The structure could be worse. The ground is better than Turf Moor and awe inspiring. The fans are amazing. And all this sums up to more than my club Burnley could achieve!! [/quote] Nice of you to say so!! StLedge
  • Score: 3

1:27pm Tue 18 Jun 13

eddie the eagle says...

No cheers from me on this news,we do need a play maker but one with pace and fitness is what we need.
No cheers from me on this news,we do need a play maker but one with pace and fitness is what we need. eddie the eagle
  • Score: 2

1:45pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Sherwoodforest says...

I hope they get real and make him sign a pay per play deal.
I hope they get real and make him sign a pay per play deal. Sherwoodforest
  • Score: 3

3:28pm Tue 18 Jun 13

walshy2866 says...

lookupblackburn.. wrote:
“I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans."

Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club.
There are very few half decent players.
The structure is shocking.
The ground is run-down and half empty.
The fans are a disgrace.
But at least you got a new contract.
And obviously the bit the paper didn't print was.....
"And looking forward to scoring yet again against the inbreds to extend their pain of not beating Rovers in my lifetime"
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn..[/bold] wrote: “I like it here. It is a big club, there are a lot of good players, the structure is good as well as the ground and the following from the fans." Blackburn Rovers isn't a big club. There are very few half decent players. The structure is shocking. The ground is run-down and half empty. The fans are a disgrace. But at least you got a new contract.[/p][/quote]And obviously the bit the paper didn't print was..... "And looking forward to scoring yet again against the inbreds to extend their pain of not beating Rovers in my lifetime" walshy2866
  • Score: 0

5:29pm Tue 18 Jun 13

baldie says...

For those who don't know,we're away at Derby 1st.The Dings are home to Bolton.
For those who don't know,we're away at Derby 1st.The Dings are home to Bolton. baldie
  • Score: 0

7:55pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster. How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: -2

8:07pm Tue 18 Jun 13

BRFC 4 EVER! says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
mate did u watch his last two months of the season, thought not dunny may get injuries but he is still class and we need im so.
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]mate did u watch his last two months of the season, thought not dunny may get injuries but he is still class and we need im so. BRFC 4 EVER!
  • Score: 1

8:12pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Stone Island: says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley! Stone Island:
  • Score: 3

8:31pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley. How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: -2

8:48pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Stone Island: says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season? Stone Island:
  • Score: 3

8:48pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Road Runner Road Runner says...

eddie the eagle wrote:
No cheers from me on this news,we do need a play maker but one with pace and fitness is what we need.
Eddie, Eddie ! :)

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]eddie the eagle[/bold] wrote: No cheers from me on this news,we do need a play maker but one with pace and fitness is what we need.[/p][/quote]Eddie, Eddie ! :) Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner
  • Score: 0

8:57pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is. How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: 0

9:19pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Stone Island: says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
No, it can't last forever. Maybe this will be your year, maybe not. I think you blew a good chance last season, when we were in total disarray off the pitch. Hopefully, we'll be more stable this season. I think the Burnley fans will be calling for Dyche's head, this side of Christmas.
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]No, it can't last forever. Maybe this will be your year, maybe not. I think you blew a good chance last season, when we were in total disarray off the pitch. Hopefully, we'll be more stable this season. I think the Burnley fans will be calling for Dyche's head, this side of Christmas. Stone Island:
  • Score: 2

9:23pm Tue 18 Jun 13

RoversMCMLXXV says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever.

as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever. as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window? RoversMCMLXXV
  • Score: 0

9:28pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
No, it can't last forever. Maybe this will be your year, maybe not. I think you blew a good chance last season, when we were in total disarray off the pitch. Hopefully, we'll be more stable this season. I think the Burnley fans will be calling for Dyche's head, this side of Christmas.
Possibly well before Christmas. You desperately need to keep hold of Rhodes, he will go where the money is if its offered and perhaps you can't blame him.
I know we take the p1ss but Dunn has been good for you lot over the years. Maybe a pay as you play offer might be a good incentive to get the maximum out of him, rather than a 12 month steady contract.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]No, it can't last forever. Maybe this will be your year, maybe not. I think you blew a good chance last season, when we were in total disarray off the pitch. Hopefully, we'll be more stable this season. I think the Burnley fans will be calling for Dyche's head, this side of Christmas.[/p][/quote]Possibly well before Christmas. You desperately need to keep hold of Rhodes, he will go where the money is if its offered and perhaps you can't blame him. I know we take the p1ss but Dunn has been good for you lot over the years. Maybe a pay as you play offer might be a good incentive to get the maximum out of him, rather than a 12 month steady contract. How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: 2

9:45pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

RoversMCMLXXV wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever.

as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?
Only to get onto it if it contained the under 19's Swedish women's beach volleyball team ! :)
[quote][p][bold]RoversMCMLXXV[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever. as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?[/p][/quote]Only to get onto it if it contained the under 19's Swedish women's beach volleyball team ! :) How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: 0

9:55pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Stone Island: says...

On another note, how did Venky's let Joe Kinnear slip through the net?
On another note, how did Venky's let Joe Kinnear slip through the net? Stone Island:
  • Score: 1

9:55pm Tue 18 Jun 13

How can you run out of cod you mug? says...

RoversMCMLXXV wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th !

Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever.

as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?
I bet that's what Notts Forest thought about their record of 42 games unbeaten in the league which stood for god knows how long until Huddersfield nailed it.

There are no hard cases at Burnley, it's a well run family orientated club that promotes cohesion and not tension amongst the footballing brethren.
[quote][p][bold]RoversMCMLXXV[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever. as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?[/p][/quote]I bet that's what Notts Forest thought about their record of 42 games unbeaten in the league which stood for god knows how long until Huddersfield nailed it. There are no hard cases at Burnley, it's a well run family orientated club that promotes cohesion and not tension amongst the footballing brethren. How can you run out of cod you mug?
  • Score: 0

10:19pm Tue 18 Jun 13

digitusjonfred says...

SUPERSUB !!!!!!!!!!
SUPERSUB !!!!!!!!!! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 0

11:48pm Tue 18 Jun 13

handyamBRFC says...

Ridiculous
Dunn a new 1 year deal
No way
not on merit..
No way
waste of money

He should only be given a Pay YOU PLAY deal
simple........
Ridiculous Dunn a new 1 year deal No way not on merit.. No way waste of money He should only be given a Pay YOU PLAY deal simple........ handyamBRFC
  • Score: 0

5:36am Wed 19 Jun 13

whappen says...

How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
RoversMCMLXXV wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
How can you run out of cod you mug? wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.
David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley!
Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.
Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?
Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.
I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever. as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?
I bet that's what Notts Forest thought about their record of 42 games unbeaten in the league which stood for god knows how long until Huddersfield nailed it. There are no hard cases at Burnley, it's a well run family orientated club that promotes cohesion and not tension amongst the footballing brethren.
You forgot helps bring peace to the world and goodwill to all men.

And I suppose it has to be family orientated given all the fans are so closely related.

PS Did the Arsenal "invincibles" not go more than 42 unbeaten altogether? And that was in the top flight not the third. They didn't lose the first few the year after; may not have been 5, I forget. Must be close though.
[quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversMCMLXXV[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]How can you run out of cod you mug?[/bold] wrote: He'd have been happier if he'd have signed a deal with Hollands pies.....the fat waster.[/p][/quote]David Dunn is blue and white, he HATES Burnley![/p][/quote]Regardless, he's still a fat chobber stone gimp. Go one give him a 5 year contract just in case he scores another offside injury time goal against Burnley.[/p][/quote]Whether he was offside or not, is open to debate. What is not debatable, is that the bulk of the added time, was due to the time wasting tactics of the B'stards, desperate to end 34 years of hurt against their illustrious rivals. Didn't Burnley equalise in the 90th minute against us at Turd Moor, earlier in the season?[/p][/quote]Yes the 90th minute not 96th ! Come on stoner, these records don't last forever, even you must be wondering if this might be the season that Burnley get one over on you! .....on the pitch that is.[/p][/quote]I agree with you cod (for once) these records don't last forever but 34 years will never be matched - ever. as for off the pitch - a typical dingle comment, all big hard men eh? Are you another hard case? Would you beat the sh*t out of a bus window?[/p][/quote]I bet that's what Notts Forest thought about their record of 42 games unbeaten in the league which stood for god knows how long until Huddersfield nailed it. There are no hard cases at Burnley, it's a well run family orientated club that promotes cohesion and not tension amongst the footballing brethren.[/p][/quote]You forgot helps bring peace to the world and goodwill to all men. And I suppose it has to be family orientated given all the fans are so closely related. PS Did the Arsenal "invincibles" not go more than 42 unbeaten altogether? And that was in the top flight not the third. They didn't lose the first few the year after; may not have been 5, I forget. Must be close though. whappen
  • Score: 0

11:39am Wed 19 Jun 13

StLedge says...

Wasn't it 49 for Arsenal?
Wasn't it 49 for Arsenal? StLedge
  • Score: 0

11:45am Wed 19 Jun 13

MatthewCA says...

Good Message to senior player - RESPECT.
Good Message to senior player - RESPECT. MatthewCA
  • Score: -1

8:31am Thu 20 Jun 13

srvp28 says...

I believe that a one year contract, on reduced terms, with performance-based bonuses will be the probable (and acceptable) outcome. Dunn's injury problems have certainly plagued him in recent seasons, but when he does get on the pitch nobody fights for the ball more than him.

Last season he spent a lot of time out of the team for non-footballing reasons, something that has become a bit of a trend with senior players at Blackburn. However, when he is fit he keeps himself in shape just in case he gets called upon, as was the case last year. Anybody who says he's fat must be a Biafran themselves! He may be stocky but he's certainly not fat.

Just a quick note in relation to the 96th minute goal debate. Injury time/time added on is there to ensure that the full 90 minutes is played irregardless of stoppages throughout the game. Seeing as there were eight minutes added on - largely due to time-wasting - this effectively meant that Dunn scored in the 88th minute of play.
I believe that a one year contract, on reduced terms, with performance-based bonuses will be the probable (and acceptable) outcome. Dunn's injury problems have certainly plagued him in recent seasons, but when he does get on the pitch nobody fights for the ball more than him. Last season he spent a lot of time out of the team for non-footballing reasons, something that has become a bit of a trend with senior players at Blackburn. However, when he is fit he keeps himself in shape just in case he gets called upon, as was the case last year. Anybody who says he's fat must be a Biafran themselves! He may be stocky but he's certainly not fat. Just a quick note in relation to the 96th minute goal debate. Injury time/time added on is there to ensure that the full 90 minutes is played irregardless of stoppages throughout the game. Seeing as there were eight minutes added on - largely due to time-wasting - this effectively meant that Dunn scored in the 88th minute of play. srvp28
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