Olsson set to leave Blackburn Rovers

Martin Olsson

Martin Olsson

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

BLACKBURN Rovers star Martin Olsson is closing in on a move to Norwich City after undergoing a medical with the Carrow Road club.

Rovers and Norwich have agreed an undisclosed fee for the Swede, believed to be in the region of £2.5m, and the 25-year-old could complete his move today.

The deal is expected to allow Rovers to pursue their interest in Jay Spearing, left, after a £1.75m package was agreed in principle with Liverpool – although the midfielder is understood to prefer a Premier League move.

Rovers needed to move on a senior player to fund any potential deal for Spearing, and Gael Givet’s future is also looking increasingly uncertain.

The Frenchman did not travel with the squad to their pre-season training camp in Portugal and still wants to leave after publicly stating his desire to quit Ewood Park midway through last season.

But Givet has not submitted a formal transfer request and it now remains to be seen if an exit will be negotiated or if another club will make a move for a 31-year-old who still has a year left on his deal.

Olsson has been attracting interest from Norwich for some weeks, although Gary Bowyer previously suggested that it would take a big offer to persuade Rovers to sell.

The left footer stayed behind when Rovers travelled to Portugal on Monday and was in East Anglia yesterday for a medical.

Rovers have informally agreed a price for Spearing but were told to raise the necessary funds before being given permission to speak to the 24-year-old and try to persuade him to move to Ewood Park.

Spearing is said to still be awaiting news on Rovers’ interest and is scheduled to return for pre-season with Liverpool next week following a broken toe at the end of last season.

Meanwhile, David Jones is believed to be interesting Burnley while Michael Higdon, linked with Rovers at the weekend, has joined Dutch side NEC Nijmegen.

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9:41am Wed 10 Jul 13

steralc says...

Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding steralc
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9:48am Wed 10 Jul 13

Bangkok Rover says...

Firstly, good luck Martin, hope it works out for you. It's good news if this will facilitate the Spearing move. The fee for Olsson seems cheap but I suppose reflects average performances in the Championship.

Still want David Jones!
Firstly, good luck Martin, hope it works out for you. It's good news if this will facilitate the Spearing move. The fee for Olsson seems cheap but I suppose reflects average performances in the Championship. Still want David Jones! Bangkok Rover
  • Score: 12

9:49am Wed 10 Jul 13

i8dingles says...

steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Dingle, six fingered inbred filth, go back to your own stories and read about your depleted squad, a crocked striker that doesn't want to play for you( clearly understandable ) and all your goalkeepers. You are doomed
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Dingle, six fingered inbred filth, go back to your own stories and read about your depleted squad, a crocked striker that doesn't want to play for you( clearly understandable ) and all your goalkeepers. You are doomed i8dingles
  • Score: 12

9:54am Wed 10 Jul 13

jack01 says...

Talk about stating the blindingly obvious. Spearing thought to prefer a move to the Premier League. Yes, him and every other player in English football would prefer to be in the Premier League than the Championship. At present it appears Rovers are the only ones prepared to stump up the cash to pay for him and he could therefore have a choice of Liverpool reserves or Rovers first team. I'm sure he would prefer the latter.

As for Olsson, he can go with my best wishes. Who will ever forget his contribution at Turf Moor. To get £2.5 million for him when he contributed nothing last season is a good sale.
Talk about stating the blindingly obvious. Spearing thought to prefer a move to the Premier League. Yes, him and every other player in English football would prefer to be in the Premier League than the Championship. At present it appears Rovers are the only ones prepared to stump up the cash to pay for him and he could therefore have a choice of Liverpool reserves or Rovers first team. I'm sure he would prefer the latter. As for Olsson, he can go with my best wishes. Who will ever forget his contribution at Turf Moor. To get £2.5 million for him when he contributed nothing last season is a good sale. jack01
  • Score: 12

10:03am Wed 10 Jul 13

JPainter90 says...

Sad to see him go but if it means we can bring in another player or two then it's for the best. If we can now draw Spearing to Ewood we will finally be near to readdressing the balance in the squad.
Sad to see him go but if it means we can bring in another player or two then it's for the best. If we can now draw Spearing to Ewood we will finally be near to readdressing the balance in the squad. JPainter90
  • Score: 10

10:31am Wed 10 Jul 13

doctordavros says...

Didn't the Dingles do well last night out-played for 90 mins I believe.
Didn't the Dingles do well last night out-played for 90 mins I believe. doctordavros
  • Score: 1

10:34am Wed 10 Jul 13

1952 rover says...

steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
idiot. you mean Bunnlee don't you.Get back in bed with your sisters.
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]idiot. you mean Bunnlee don't you.Get back in bed with your sisters. 1952 rover
  • Score: 3

10:36am Wed 10 Jul 13

1952 rover says...

Wow what a great move NOT. Enjoy anther relegation fight at your new club.
Wow what a great move NOT. Enjoy anther relegation fight at your new club. 1952 rover
  • Score: -5

10:38am Wed 10 Jul 13

1952 rover says...

David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him. 1952 rover
  • Score: 3

10:38am Wed 10 Jul 13

fitz808 says...

JPainter90 wrote:
Sad to see him go but if it means we can bring in another player or two then it's for the best. If we can now draw Spearing to Ewood we will finally be near to readdressing the balance in the squad.
I'm in agreement with you and jack01 on this one. it's a bit of a shame to lose someone like olssen, but i think we can cope and i there's no reason to harbour any bad thoughts towards him. he's been a decent player for us, but has not made any great strides in the last 12-18 months. £2.5m feels a little light at the moment, but he will be on a good wage so it frees up a bit of cash and wages for one or two others.
spearing seems like a decent move, so hopefully we can now persuade him to move to us.
our starting midfield could be dramatically different come the start of next season.
[quote][p][bold]JPainter90[/bold] wrote: Sad to see him go but if it means we can bring in another player or two then it's for the best. If we can now draw Spearing to Ewood we will finally be near to readdressing the balance in the squad.[/p][/quote]I'm in agreement with you and jack01 on this one. it's a bit of a shame to lose someone like olssen, but i think we can cope and i there's no reason to harbour any bad thoughts towards him. he's been a decent player for us, but has not made any great strides in the last 12-18 months. £2.5m feels a little light at the moment, but he will be on a good wage so it frees up a bit of cash and wages for one or two others. spearing seems like a decent move, so hopefully we can now persuade him to move to us. our starting midfield could be dramatically different come the start of next season. fitz808
  • Score: 4

10:39am Wed 10 Jul 13

inflightmagazine says...

sorry to see the lad go , but in all honesty I think his Blackburn days were up when we went down. It was suprising how many players from our squad struggled last year to adapt to the championship, it just showed the general quality of the squad was lacking ( Not so much in terms of championship standards, we should still have done much better, more in terms of being able to compete in the premier league)

The rebuilding process looks to be taking shape, little concerned over the David Jones situation, Spearing would potentially be a better signing but if its not nailed on we run the risk of losing both players and we urgently need a controlling player in midfield.
sorry to see the lad go , but in all honesty I think his Blackburn days were up when we went down. It was suprising how many players from our squad struggled last year to adapt to the championship, it just showed the general quality of the squad was lacking ( Not so much in terms of championship standards, we should still have done much better, more in terms of being able to compete in the premier league) The rebuilding process looks to be taking shape, little concerned over the David Jones situation, Spearing would potentially be a better signing but if its not nailed on we run the risk of losing both players and we urgently need a controlling player in midfield. inflightmagazine
  • Score: 4

10:52am Wed 10 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours. I_am_God
  • Score: -8

10:54am Wed 10 Jul 13

tombo1984 says...

steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Paterson... Charlie Austin...

Nobody wants to play for Burnley given a choice.
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Paterson... Charlie Austin... Nobody wants to play for Burnley given a choice. tombo1984
  • Score: 4

11:05am Wed 10 Jul 13

razwoods78 says...

I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
It actually says "david jones is interesting Burnley".. Not David Jones is interested in Burnley!!! That implies you want him not he wants you....
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]It actually says "david jones is interesting Burnley".. Not David Jones is interested in Burnley!!! That implies you want him not he wants you.... razwoods78
  • Score: 10

11:05am Wed 10 Jul 13

Sam-the-Man says...

steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Hey backward boy. Your rats are so broken down they aren’t fit enough to run, never mind jump ship.
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Hey backward boy. Your rats are so broken down they aren’t fit enough to run, never mind jump ship. Sam-the-Man
  • Score: 4

11:06am Wed 10 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Don't think so, more likely they are interested in him, big difference. If Jones signs for Burnley, I'll show me arse
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Don't think so, more likely they are interested in him, big difference. If Jones signs for Burnley, I'll show me arse AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 3

11:11am Wed 10 Jul 13

RTID_norway says...

If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low!


Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have!


Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may!
If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low! Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have! Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may! RTID_norway
  • Score: 0

11:22am Wed 10 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

RTID_norway wrote:
If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low!


Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have!


Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may!
disagree - not having performed for two seasons in more than enough of a reason for getting shut - so is getting £2.5m for someone who is currently a mediocre player at best.

his heart has not been in it for a while (there was a brief flurry when we signed his brother - who will presumably be shipped on too) and there was all the nonsense last season with his representative martin dhalin trying to manufacture a move for him. can't remember if allardyce actually bid for him or if it was just rumours.

but in my mind's eye - a player out of form, that doesn't want to be at rovers that we have got a half-decent offer for - GO NOW!

thanks for the dive against dingles and the goal against villa.
[quote][p][bold]RTID_norway[/bold] wrote: If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low! Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have! Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may![/p][/quote]disagree - not having performed for two seasons in more than enough of a reason for getting shut - so is getting £2.5m for someone who is currently a mediocre player at best. his heart has not been in it for a while (there was a brief flurry when we signed his brother - who will presumably be shipped on too) and there was all the nonsense last season with his representative martin dhalin trying to manufacture a move for him. can't remember if allardyce actually bid for him or if it was just rumours. but in my mind's eye - a player out of form, that doesn't want to be at rovers that we have got a half-decent offer for - GO NOW! thanks for the dive against dingles and the goal against villa. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 9

11:25am Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog. srvp28
  • Score: 4

11:27am Wed 10 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

the article mentions a bit about givet.

clearly the grumpy frenchman want to have his gateau and mange it. trying to manufacture a move by stating publicly he wants to leave for at least a season and but not wanting to submit a transfer request - which should allow him a percentage of any deal.

the gaul is typical of the modern day professional footballer - not my fault, not invented here, i'm just a regular guy wanting to earn an honest crust - get rid of him to some outlying football backwater - BB11 would be a good option.
the article mentions a bit about givet. clearly the grumpy frenchman want to have his gateau and mange it. trying to manufacture a move by stating publicly he wants to leave for at least a season and but not wanting to submit a transfer request - which should allow him a percentage of any deal. the gaul is typical of the modern day professional footballer - not my fault, not invented here, i'm just a regular guy wanting to earn an honest crust - get rid of him to some outlying football backwater - BB11 would be a good option. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 4

11:33am Wed 10 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
agreed - what a stupidly arrogant (and misplaced) sign in. the person obviously has a shortage of brain cells.

equally the person that is calling themselves teralc is (as is pointed out admirably by stone island) proof that claret fans are truly backwards. not since the days of rayzer has we had such cerebrally challenged dingles on these pages
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]agreed - what a stupidly arrogant (and misplaced) sign in. the person obviously has a shortage of brain cells. equally the person that is calling themselves teralc is (as is pointed out admirably by stone island) proof that claret fans are truly backwards. not since the days of rayzer has we had such cerebrally challenged dingles on these pages hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 2

11:34am Wed 10 Jul 13

steralc says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd.
Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0
Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd. Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0[/p][/quote]Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha steralc
  • Score: -5

11:36am Wed 10 Jul 13

Is Eckersley playing? says...

The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns. Is Eckersley playing?
  • Score: -4

11:37am Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

RTID_norway wrote:
If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low!


Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have!


Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may!
He didn't do anything wrong last season but he didn't play to the best of his ability either. If we make him stay we'll get even more mediocre performances as he wants to play at a higher level to ensure his place in the Sweden squad, and try to help them qualify for the World Cup.

He's been a decent player for us, albeit mostly in his least effective position, but we've already got two hungrier players ready to fight for his place in the starting XI.

£2.5M seems a little short for a Swedish international with two years left on their contract but I'd sell him for £1.75M if it guaranteed the capture of Spearing.
[quote][p][bold]RTID_norway[/bold] wrote: If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low! Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have! Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may![/p][/quote]He didn't do anything wrong last season but he didn't play to the best of his ability either. If we make him stay we'll get even more mediocre performances as he wants to play at a higher level to ensure his place in the Sweden squad, and try to help them qualify for the World Cup. He's been a decent player for us, albeit mostly in his least effective position, but we've already got two hungrier players ready to fight for his place in the starting XI. £2.5M seems a little short for a Swedish international with two years left on their contract but I'd sell him for £1.75M if it guaranteed the capture of Spearing. srvp28
  • Score: 5

11:45am Wed 10 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more. I_am_God
  • Score: -7

11:49am Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50% greenscreener
  • Score: 9

11:52am Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

steralc wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke

ys
wrote:
steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd.
Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0
Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha
If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past...
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd. Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0[/p][/quote]Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha[/p][/quote]If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past... srvp28
  • Score: 4

11:53am Wed 10 Jul 13

fiftyphead says...

We’ve seen good left backs at Rovers over the years and this guy isn’t one of ‘em. Not too back going forward but his positional sense from a defensive point of view was suspect for me. Hence he is going to a struggling Premiership team for a small transfer fee. Just a point, but can’t we make them take his brother as part of the deal – 2 for 1 sort of thing?
We’ve seen good left backs at Rovers over the years and this guy isn’t one of ‘em. Not too back going forward but his positional sense from a defensive point of view was suspect for me. Hence he is going to a struggling Premiership team for a small transfer fee. Just a point, but can’t we make them take his brother as part of the deal – 2 for 1 sort of thing? fiftyphead
  • Score: 2

11:54am Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
agreed - what a stupidly arrogant (and misplaced) sign in. the person obviously has a shortage of brain cells.

equally the person that is calling themselves teralc is (as is pointed out admirably by stone island) proof that claret fans are truly backwards. not since the days of rayzer has we had such cerebrally challenged dingles on these pages
Don't forget Proud Burnley Lad and Colne Lads Back, the illiterate pair of claret and blue gonads.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]agreed - what a stupidly arrogant (and misplaced) sign in. the person obviously has a shortage of brain cells. equally the person that is calling themselves teralc is (as is pointed out admirably by stone island) proof that claret fans are truly backwards. not since the days of rayzer has we had such cerebrally challenged dingles on these pages[/p][/quote]Don't forget Proud Burnley Lad and Colne Lads Back, the illiterate pair of claret and blue gonads. greenscreener
  • Score: 2

11:55am Wed 10 Jul 13

steralc says...

srvp28 wrote:
steralc wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke


ys
wrote:
steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd.
Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0
Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha
If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past...
Just saying , that's all
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd. Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0[/p][/quote]Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha[/p][/quote]If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past...[/p][/quote]Just saying , that's all steralc
  • Score: 1

11:55am Wed 10 Jul 13

Is Eckersley playing? says...

greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Dropped down a level? A level? That's a little kind, isn't it ? They've gone through the basement and down a deep, deep mine!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Dropped down a level? A level? That's a little kind, isn't it ? They've gone through the basement and down a deep, deep mine! Is Eckersley playing?
  • Score: -5

11:58am Wed 10 Jul 13

lookupblackburn... says...

srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust. lookupblackburn...
  • Score: -7

12:01pm Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

srvp28 wrote:
RTID_norway wrote:
If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low!


Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have!


Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may!
He didn't do anything wrong last season but he didn't play to the best of his ability either. If we make him stay we'll get even more mediocre performances as he wants to play at a higher level to ensure his place in the Sweden squad, and try to help them qualify for the World Cup.

He's been a decent player for us, albeit mostly in his least effective position, but we've already got two hungrier players ready to fight for his place in the starting XI.

£2.5M seems a little short for a Swedish international with two years left on their contract but I'd sell him for £1.75M if it guaranteed the capture of Spearing.
Agee with you there SRVP, I would predict a lot more time in the treatment room if we don't let him go, he was excellent in his first season with us but has been hinting for a move every summer since.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RTID_norway[/bold] wrote: If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low! Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have! Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may![/p][/quote]He didn't do anything wrong last season but he didn't play to the best of his ability either. If we make him stay we'll get even more mediocre performances as he wants to play at a higher level to ensure his place in the Sweden squad, and try to help them qualify for the World Cup. He's been a decent player for us, albeit mostly in his least effective position, but we've already got two hungrier players ready to fight for his place in the starting XI. £2.5M seems a little short for a Swedish international with two years left on their contract but I'd sell him for £1.75M if it guaranteed the capture of Spearing.[/p][/quote]Agee with you there SRVP, I would predict a lot more time in the treatment room if we don't let him go, he was excellent in his first season with us but has been hinting for a move every summer since. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

12:04pm Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Dropped down a level? A level? That's a little kind, isn't it ? They've gone through the basement and down a deep, deep mine!
From Premiership to Championship is down a level, this impacts our standing in the transfer market.

I typed that slowly as you seem to struggle with these simple concepts.
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Dropped down a level? A level? That's a little kind, isn't it ? They've gone through the basement and down a deep, deep mine![/p][/quote]From Premiership to Championship is down a level, this impacts our standing in the transfer market. I typed that slowly as you seem to struggle with these simple concepts. greenscreener
  • Score: 1

12:10pm Wed 10 Jul 13

dangerous dave says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
spot on - a team of freebies/nobodies - well done Shaw Venkys & Co
OUT WITH THE LOT OF THEM
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]spot on - a team of freebies/nobodies - well done Shaw Venkys & Co OUT WITH THE LOT OF THEM dangerous dave
  • Score: -5

12:13pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs. srvp28
  • Score: 7

12:18pm Wed 10 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

You battered us for the first 45 mins at the woodshed and rovers were the much better side in the first half

You also battered us for the first 45 at ewood and then sat back, wasting time , feigning injuries in the second half and whilst rovers did not create many chances it was self-inflicted wounds that led to our glorious equaliser

we were safe before the last game of the season

you didn't finish "well above" rovers - you finished above rovers

and finally as far as managers is concerned - since 2010

rovers
kean
berg
appleton
bowyer

dingles
coyle
laws
howe
dyche

see - you can do 'ewt with stats.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. You battered us for the first 45 mins at the woodshed and rovers were the much better side in the first half You also battered us for the first 45 at ewood and then sat back, wasting time , feigning injuries in the second half and whilst rovers did not create many chances it was self-inflicted wounds that led to our glorious equaliser we were safe before the last game of the season you didn't finish "well above" rovers - you finished above rovers and finally as far as managers is concerned - since 2010 rovers kean berg appleton bowyer dingles coyle laws howe dyche see - you can do 'ewt with stats. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 3

12:19pm Wed 10 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it. I_am_God
  • Score: -1

12:23pm Wed 10 Jul 13

razwoods78 says...

greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them. razwoods78
  • Score: 3

12:29pm Wed 10 Jul 13

razwoods78 says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
Of course the quality is draining away - we were relegated. Do you think QPR are going to keep all their 'stars'? Premier league = big money. We are not there, hence cutbacks have to be made. There are a lot of clubs worse off than ours. Coventry, Porstmouth, et al...

Bowyer, is, in my opinion, gradually installing trust and a hard work ethic back to the club, therefore we either accept our predicament and fight to win promotion, or we do as you have done and jump ship and spend our days moaning on a fans forum! I'll stay aboard....be careful you don't drown sir.............
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]Of course the quality is draining away - we were relegated. Do you think QPR are going to keep all their 'stars'? Premier league = big money. We are not there, hence cutbacks have to be made. There are a lot of clubs worse off than ours. Coventry, Porstmouth, et al... Bowyer, is, in my opinion, gradually installing trust and a hard work ethic back to the club, therefore we either accept our predicament and fight to win promotion, or we do as you have done and jump ship and spend our days moaning on a fans forum! I'll stay aboard....be careful you don't drown sir............. razwoods78
  • Score: 0

12:32pm Wed 10 Jul 13

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Yes we are loosing a bit of quality but he hasn't been the same player since we left the premiership, he has only performed similar to others who have been in the side and therefore should not be missed. If he up's his game again Norwich will have got a bargain at £2.5 million and we will have more money to spend on a midfielder again. I must say though that the team is now looking unbalanced,crammed in the middle and at the back but very light in attacking options. We need a big stong target man up front with a lot of power and strength. Best doesn't look like he is up for it. We will miss CKR next season unless he is replaced. I see Leads snapped up that Smith from Bury. He was big and powerful. At the monent we are looking powder puff up front.
Yes we are loosing a bit of quality but he hasn't been the same player since we left the premiership, he has only performed similar to others who have been in the side and therefore should not be missed. If he up's his game again Norwich will have got a bargain at £2.5 million and we will have more money to spend on a midfielder again. I must say though that the team is now looking unbalanced,crammed in the middle and at the back but very light in attacking options. We need a big stong target man up front with a lot of power and strength. Best doesn't look like he is up for it. We will miss CKR next season unless he is replaced. I see Leads snapped up that Smith from Bury. He was big and powerful. At the monent we are looking powder puff up front. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 0

12:33pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Stone Island: says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
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wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Don't think so, more likely they are interested in him, big difference. If Jones signs for Burnley, I'll show me arse
Please don't.
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Don't think so, more likely they are interested in him, big difference. If Jones signs for Burnley, I'll show me arse[/p][/quote]Please don't. Stone Island:
  • Score: 0

12:34pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

12:37pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Is Eckersley playing? says...

razwoods78 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated!
[quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.[/p][/quote]Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated! Is Eckersley playing?
  • Score: -1

12:38pm Wed 10 Jul 13

1952 rover says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.
The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.[/p][/quote]The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon. 1952 rover
  • Score: 1

12:39pm Wed 10 Jul 13

AshirMan says...

Quick send over Markus onces Martin passes the medical
Quick send over Markus onces Martin passes the medical AshirMan
  • Score: 3

12:40pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works. srvp28
  • Score: 2

12:42pm Wed 10 Jul 13

1952 rover says...

1952 rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.
The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.
Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us.
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.[/p][/quote]The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.[/p][/quote]Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us. 1952 rover
  • Score: 1

12:49pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Ok, maybe you're not 'lookupblackburn' but my points are still valid. Firstly, you're assuming all Rovers fans have spent he last few decades goading Burnley fans when that's not he case. I think it's got more to do with some Burnley fans' disappointment with their own club's failings than it has Rovers relative success. I've never abused a Burnley fan but when they... sorry, you come on to my club's stories talking nonsense I'm going to put my two pennies' worth in. We have enough idiotic posters of our own without your lot piping up when you've not actually achieved anything of note to anybody outside of East Lancashire.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Ok, maybe you're not 'lookupblackburn' but my points are still valid. Firstly, you're assuming all Rovers fans have spent he last few decades goading Burnley fans when that's not he case. I think it's got more to do with some Burnley fans' disappointment with their own club's failings than it has Rovers relative success. I've never abused a Burnley fan but when they... sorry, you come on to my club's stories talking nonsense I'm going to put my two pennies' worth in. We have enough idiotic posters of our own without your lot piping up when you've not actually achieved anything of note to anybody outside of East Lancashire. srvp28
  • Score: 3

12:49pm Wed 10 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

1952 rover wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.
The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.
Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us.
Villa 2nd team? Have you been on the crack already?
[quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.[/p][/quote]The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.[/p][/quote]Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us.[/p][/quote]Villa 2nd team? Have you been on the crack already? I_am_God
  • Score: -1

12:50pm Wed 10 Jul 13

lookupblackburn... says...

srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you. lookupblackburn...
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12:54pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so. Harwoodstblue
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12:54pm Wed 10 Jul 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

steralc wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
steralc wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke



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wrote:
steralc wrote:
Another rat leaving the sinking ship
Blinding
Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd.
Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0
Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha
If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past...
Just saying , that's all
Hey, if we're being childish... Have you ever read the first paragraph of your wiki page? Quite funny actually:

Burnley Football Club are a professional Football League club based in Burnley, Lancashire. Nicknamed the Clarets, due to the dominant colour of their home shirts, they were founder members of the Football League in 1888. The club colours of claret and blue were adopted in 1910 in tribute to the dominant club of English football Aston Villa. It was thought the colours might lift and inspire Burnley too!

Dingles: Forever in the shadows

Rovers: Just a minor set back
[quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steralc[/bold] wrote: Another rat leaving the sinking ship Blinding[/p][/quote]Now even your rats who want to leave are stuck like boat anchors to the sinking turd. Morecambe 1 Alien probed hillmonkeys 0[/p][/quote]Remember accrington Stanley last years . I do ha ha ha[/p][/quote]If 'I_am_God' is one of your most deluded posters, you're definitely the most juvenile. You were the first Dingle to post a p!ss taking comment when we drew with Wrexham, but when someone gives you a taste of your own medicine you refer to last year's pre-season friendlies. If you want to bring up the past...[/p][/quote]Just saying , that's all[/p][/quote]Hey, if we're being childish... Have you ever read the first paragraph of your wiki page? Quite funny actually: Burnley Football Club are a professional Football League club based in Burnley, Lancashire. Nicknamed the Clarets, due to the dominant colour of their home shirts, they were founder members of the Football League in 1888.[1] The club colours of claret and blue were adopted in 1910 in tribute to the dominant club of English football Aston Villa. It was thought the colours might lift and inspire Burnley too! Dingles: Forever in the shadows Rovers: Just a minor set back ChrisDeBerg
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12:58pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Iiii1111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
RTID_norway wrote:
If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low!


Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have!


Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may!
disagree - not having performed for two seasons in more than enough of a reason for getting shut - so is getting £2.5m for someone who is currently a mediocre player at best.

his heart has not been in it for a while (there was a brief flurry when we signed his brother - who will presumably be shipped on too) and there was all the nonsense last season with his representative martin dhalin trying to manufacture a move for him. can't remember if allardyce actually bid for him or if it was just rumours.

but in my mind's eye - a player out of form, that doesn't want to be at rovers that we have got a half-decent offer for - GO NOW!

thanks for the dive against dingles and the goal against villa.
Blimey, I totally agree.....Olsson for sure isn't the next John Bailey/ Kevin Hird.......2.5m for a 'can't be bothered' is good business IF that money is reinvested in new players.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RTID_norway[/bold] wrote: If he wants to go, then I agree - sell him, but I'd rather have him stay and I think more should be done to make him stay now that off-field issues has calmed down a bit! He is a quality player, still only 25 and a national team player. There is no way we will be able to bring in a player with similar quality, at least not for the transfer fee mentioned, which I think is to low! Not having performed in two years is not a good enough reason to let him go for me, as only a handful of players actually have! Keeping off-field incedents to a minimum, keeping our best players, shipping out the deadwood and a couple of key additions, and I think we will be in the mix for promotion come may![/p][/quote]disagree - not having performed for two seasons in more than enough of a reason for getting shut - so is getting £2.5m for someone who is currently a mediocre player at best. his heart has not been in it for a while (there was a brief flurry when we signed his brother - who will presumably be shipped on too) and there was all the nonsense last season with his representative martin dhalin trying to manufacture a move for him. can't remember if allardyce actually bid for him or if it was just rumours. but in my mind's eye - a player out of form, that doesn't want to be at rovers that we have got a half-decent offer for - GO NOW! thanks for the dive against dingles and the goal against villa.[/p][/quote]Blimey, I totally agree.....Olsson for sure isn't the next John Bailey/ Kevin Hird.......2.5m for a 'can't be bothered' is good business IF that money is reinvested in new players. Iiii1111
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12:59pm Wed 10 Jul 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Did we finish above you in the league? Yes.

Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes

Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes

But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.
Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did.

When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog.

With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog.

You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.
A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here.

For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season.

Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles?

if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.
Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.
The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.
Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us.
Villa 2nd team? Have you been on the crack already?
No seriously, he is right, just read the Burnleh wiki page, first paragraph reads:

Burnley Football Club are a professional Football League club based in Burnley, Lancashire. Nicknamed the Clarets, due to the dominant colour of their home shirts, they were founder members of the Football League in 1888. The club colours of claret and blue were adopted in 1910 in tribute to the dominant club of English football Aston Villa. It was thought the colours might lift and inspire Burnley too

Hahaha
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Did we finish above you in the league? Yes. Did we batter you for 180 minutes in the two games between us last year? Yes Out of all the teams in the country that have 'Lancs' as the end - did Burnley finish highest? Yes But of course to all the pathetically jealous Blackburn plastics who don't want to let go of their title, then it doesn't matter - it is unimportant etc etc. Just wait until we beat you in September - most of Blackburn will be on suicide watch when you realise you have nothing to throw at us any more.[/p][/quote]Nobody is saying you didn't finish above us in the league, we're saying that doesn't make you top dog. As for battering us for 180 minutes, you didn't, and if you had you really should've beaten us at least once. Your third point is just an extension of your first, but then again that's typical of you Dingles of late, trying to make out that you achieved more than you actually did. When we finished above Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, we didn't start the following one as top dogs, that mantle still belonged to United. When Steve Darcis next plays Rafael Nadal he won't go into the game as the top dog, his win at Wimbledon was one for the underdog. With regards to sport, the top dog is the favourite, the one expected to win. In that respect, QPR are the Championship top dogs. As far as East Lancashire is concerned, it's still us because we're still the team expected to win. That's not 'us' not wanting to let go of 'our title', that's the definition of top dog. You were the highest placed team last season, well done. You've still got a lot of work to do before EVERYBODY else considers you East Lancashire's top dogs.[/p][/quote]A balanced post, free from the usual 'dingle' this, 'six finger' that and 'shag your sister' the other, which is a rarity on here. For what it's worth, generally speaking, I agree with you in principle, but as we plod on to mid-table obscurity again as per usual I seriously cannot see Blackburn doing any better than last season. Also after all the grief Blackburn fans have meted out against Burnley fans over the years - what did you realistically expect after last season's shambles? if you give the abuse you need to be able to take it.[/p][/quote]Carry on we can take it. We're top dogs as has just been explained to you.[/p][/quote]The day any Rovers fan gets jealous of your little club is the day football as we know it will end. Part to time as your club will be soon.[/p][/quote]Shambles i think you have got the wrong team Dingle. The only shambles last season was our toilets after you dingles had wrecked them.And for all your shouting we battered you what was the score,s 1-1 and 1-1 some battering .Say it all when villa 2nd team could not win against us.[/p][/quote]Villa 2nd team? Have you been on the crack already?[/p][/quote]No seriously, he is right, just read the Burnleh wiki page, first paragraph reads: Burnley Football Club are a professional Football League club based in Burnley, Lancashire. Nicknamed the Clarets, due to the dominant colour of their home shirts, they were founder members of the Football League in 1888.[1] The club colours of claret and blue were adopted in 1910 in tribute to the dominant club of English football Aston Villa. It was thought the colours might lift and inspire Burnley too Hahaha ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 1

1:05pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Wild Rover says...

All been said above by sensible posters, thanks Martin for everything including the dive...but it is time to go
Spearing will be a good swap
Onwards Team GB
All been said above by sensible posters, thanks Martin for everything including the dive...but it is time to go Spearing will be a good swap Onwards Team GB Wild Rover
  • Score: 1

1:07pm Wed 10 Jul 13

lookupblackburn... says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you. lookupblackburn...
  • Score: -1

1:09pm Wed 10 Jul 13

razwoods78 says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated!
Agree entirely we have been decimated. I have done the protesting, on the pitch after wigan game, and weekly in the run up to it outside and inside the ground. So we vent our anger at the owners...they walk away..then what? Where does that leave us? Who's to say any new owners will be any better, with better motives and more money?..Venkys (unbelievably) passed the fit and propers persons test... the walkers SOLD to them, yet they hardly get any blame for our situation. I prefer to view my glass as half full and will SUPPORT BRFC until I am no longer able to do so. Moaning on here achieves nothing, moaning inside the stadium achieves nothing but SUPPORTING as a crowd can help achieve what we all crave...promotion. Yourself and dangerous dave should form your own victor meldrew style forum. I will gladly read it every night to help me sleep
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.[/p][/quote]Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated![/p][/quote]Agree entirely we have been decimated. I have done the protesting, on the pitch after wigan game, and weekly in the run up to it outside and inside the ground. So we vent our anger at the owners...they walk away..then what? Where does that leave us? Who's to say any new owners will be any better, with better motives and more money?..Venkys (unbelievably) passed the fit and propers persons test... the walkers SOLD to them, yet they hardly get any blame for our situation. I prefer to view my glass as half full and will SUPPORT BRFC until I am no longer able to do so. Moaning on here achieves nothing, moaning inside the stadium achieves nothing but SUPPORTING as a crowd can help achieve what we all crave...promotion. Yourself and dangerous dave should form your own victor meldrew style forum. I will gladly read it every night to help me sleep razwoods78
  • Score: 3

1:12pm Wed 10 Jul 13

noddymcleod says...

Good luck Olly.
Sad example of how Rovers decline has affected a promising career. Three or two seasons ago Olly had the makings of an energetic left sider, who was probably better midfield than left back, for he had a poor sense of positioning. A better manager would have made better use of him and could have checked his impulsiveness and coached him better.
Good luck Olly. Sad example of how Rovers decline has affected a promising career. Three or two seasons ago Olly had the makings of an energetic left sider, who was probably better midfield than left back, for he had a poor sense of positioning. A better manager would have made better use of him and could have checked his impulsiveness and coached him better. noddymcleod
  • Score: 1

1:15pm Wed 10 Jul 13

simongarnerswindowcleaner says...

Cheerio, cheerio, cheerio. And good luck, Martin. Norwich almost went down themselves last season just like QPBRFC (Nelson, Samba, Hoillett).
Cheerio, cheerio, cheerio. And good luck, Martin. Norwich almost went down themselves last season just like QPBRFC (Nelson, Samba, Hoillett). simongarnerswindowcleaner
  • Score: -1

1:18pm Wed 10 Jul 13

FilWil53 says...

Goodbye and thanks to Olsson.

Hope Givet stays. He at least get's the fans support during games.

Need Jones signed up. Good solid player.
Goodbye and thanks to Olsson. Hope Givet stays. He at least get's the fans support during games. Need Jones signed up. Good solid player. FilWil53
  • Score: 1

1:22pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
It doesn't, and this season will show you up for what you are. You had your best chance last season to beat us. You didn't take it, unsurprisingly.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]It doesn't, and this season will show you up for what you are. You had your best chance last season to beat us. You didn't take it, unsurprisingly. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

1:22pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Dukes says...

sad to see him going but i wish him all the best.
sad to see him going but i wish him all the best. Dukes
  • Score: 1

1:27pm Wed 10 Jul 13

A Darener says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
Nadal and Federer both lost at Wimbledon this year. Does that make their opponents better players? No it doesn't. They were lucky on the day, just as The Rovers were unlucky last season. Especially with the extenuating circumstances. Six different managers, a "Global advisor" whatever one of those is, who hadn't a clue and owners who relied on the advice of idiots.
No wonder we were terrible, but, what is your excuse for your poor season? At least we are showing signs of recovery. On the other hand it looks like your team is going the same way as we were not long ago. You cannot attract players, you cannot get rid of players and you now have no sign of any up and coming youngsters. A thing that Burnley F C were renowned for in the past.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]Nadal and Federer both lost at Wimbledon this year. Does that make their opponents better players? No it doesn't. They were lucky on the day, just as The Rovers were unlucky last season. Especially with the extenuating circumstances. Six different managers, a "Global advisor" whatever one of those is, who hadn't a clue and owners who relied on the advice of idiots. No wonder we were terrible, but, what is your excuse for your poor season? At least we are showing signs of recovery. On the other hand it looks like your team is going the same way as we were not long ago. You cannot attract players, you cannot get rid of players and you now have no sign of any up and coming youngsters. A thing that Burnley F C were renowned for in the past. A Darener
  • Score: 3

1:29pm Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated!
Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it.
My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad.

At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer.
[quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.[/p][/quote]Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated![/p][/quote]Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it. My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad. At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

1:41pm Wed 10 Jul 13

azza234 says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work. azza234
  • Score: 2

2:01pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
You were the better (slightly ) of two c*** teams. We admit it. You can't for some reason. Well done, if you want congratulations for that.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]You were the better (slightly ) of two c*** teams. We admit it. You can't for some reason. Well done, if you want congratulations for that. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

2:06pm Wed 10 Jul 13

BlueSkies says...

greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated!
Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it.
My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad.

At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer.
hahaha, love the last sentence.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.[/p][/quote]Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated![/p][/quote]Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it. My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad. At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer.[/p][/quote]hahaha, love the last sentence. BlueSkies
  • Score: 2

2:08pm Wed 10 Jul 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...?

Ha
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...? Ha ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 2

2:14pm Wed 10 Jul 13

lookupblackburn... says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...?

Ha
Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on.
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...? Ha[/p][/quote]Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on. lookupblackburn...
  • Score: 0

2:23pm Wed 10 Jul 13

greenscreener says...

BlueSkies wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Is Eckersley playing? wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.
If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%
Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.
Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated!
Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it.
My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad.

At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer.
hahaha, love the last sentence.
Cheers ! :-)
[quote][p][bold]BlueSkies[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is Eckersley playing?[/bold] wrote: The quality is gradually draining away and being replaced with more below average wannabees. No wonder they are trying to tempt people with jam tomorrow season tickets. What a state that club is now in. Repent at leisure Venkys, you bloody mororns.[/p][/quote]If you want to continue following the team then, for now, you have to accept we have dropped down a level. Its far too simplistic a generalisation but personally I'd rather watch a wannabe giving it 100% than a hasbeen giving it 50%[/p][/quote]Well said mate, we need to accept we have been relegated and I'm with you that I would sooner watch someone sweating blood for the shirt rather than a big time charlie on 40,000 a week strutting around the pitch like were not worthy to watch them.[/p][/quote]Compare and contrast the squad when Venkys arrived with the dross that has been assembled since both on and off the pitch. They should pay fans to turn up let alone try to attempt them with pie-in-the-sky offers! I'm afraid there are a lot of people easily pleased with how things are instead of venting their feelings in an effort to get rid of the clowns. We haven't just been relegated friend, , we have been decimated![/p][/quote]Yes we know, we don't like what Venkys have done to our club, but for some its a little harder to give up and walk away. A lot of damage done under Kean that will take time to repair, and I don't think GB deserves to suffer for it. My personal view is that we are starting this season in much better shape than last season, Kean, Agnew, murphy all gone, shebby almost gone, and in comes a manager who seems to have some idea about getting a performance out of our players and building a balanced squad. At this stage my glass is half full, with anticipation, yours appears to be half empty, but as it only contains pi55 and bile it should sustain your misery a while longer.[/p][/quote]hahaha, love the last sentence.[/p][/quote]Cheers ! :-) greenscreener
  • Score: 2

2:26pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win.

Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours.

We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season.

Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs...
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win. Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours. We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season. Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs... srvp28
  • Score: 6

2:28pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...?

Ha
Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on.
But we're not looking up at you.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...? Ha[/p][/quote]Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on.[/p][/quote]But we're not looking up at you. srvp28
  • Score: 6

2:42pm Wed 10 Jul 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...?

Ha
Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on.
But we're not looking up at you.
We're not looking up at you are we though? New season and you are now (rightfully) back below us again! :) In fact, we we're looking down at you for a large part of the season wasn't we buddy? We don't want to change the standing of last year, as nothing substantial happened with our team (promotion/relegatio
n), being 3 points in front or behind you means absolutely nothing to me. All I will say now, is this next season is going to be back to old ways again, 2 wins for the mighty Rovers over fake villa :)
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...? Ha[/p][/quote]Doesn't matter what you say, you can't change it, we finished above you and much as it hurts you are looking up at us. Accept it and move on.[/p][/quote]But we're not looking up at you.[/p][/quote]We're not looking up at you are we though? New season and you are now (rightfully) back below us again! :) In fact, we we're looking down at you for a large part of the season wasn't we buddy? We don't want to change the standing of last year, as nothing substantial happened with our team (promotion/relegatio n), being 3 points in front or behind you means absolutely nothing to me. All I will say now, is this next season is going to be back to old ways again, 2 wins for the mighty Rovers over fake villa :) ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 4

2:45pm Wed 10 Jul 13

lookupblackburn... says...

srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win.

Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours.

We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season.

Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs...
Semblance of order? Dear me, you've had you pants pulled down. Your club is in disarray, where exactly have you been for the last 3 years?
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win. Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours. We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season. Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs...[/p][/quote]Semblance of order? Dear me, you've had you pants pulled down. Your club is in disarray, where exactly have you been for the last 3 years? lookupblackburn...
  • Score: -5

2:54pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
azza234 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.
The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam.

Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.
Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...?

Ha
It's their greatest achievement in the last 35 years. No wonder he's milking it. It could be, and probably will be, the last in the next 35 years.
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]Wow give your self clap you finished above us so that's once in about 500 years good work.[/p][/quote]The only thing that ever gave me the clap was that drunken night with yer mam. Back to football, we finished above you for a reason, we were, according to the Championship league table for 2012/2013, the better team. You can't argue with that.[/p][/quote]Oh we know, nobody here is arguing. The fake Aston Villa certainly were above above us in the table come the end of the season. I myself have considered switching to the dark side and glory supporting you guys now (notice the sarcasm yet?)... Tell you what, why don't you guys bring over this 'one' trophy you got for your 3 point lead over us? You do get a trophy for finishing above rovers... don't you...? Ha[/p][/quote]It's their greatest achievement in the last 35 years. No wonder he's milking it. It could be, and probably will be, the last in the next 35 years. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 5

2:56pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Lurid67 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Wrong, wrong, wrong.

You battered us for the first 45 mins at the woodshed and rovers were the much better side in the first half

You also battered us for the first 45 at ewood and then sat back, wasting time , feigning injuries in the second half and whilst rovers did not create many chances it was self-inflicted wounds that led to our glorious equaliser

we were safe before the last game of the season

you didn't finish "well above" rovers - you finished above rovers

and finally as far as managers is concerned - since 2010

rovers
kean
berg
appleton
bowyer

dingles
coyle
laws
howe
dyche

see - you can do 'ewt with stats.
and don't forget another stat
pre season games so far
rovers drawn one
filthy backward scarlets lost one

top dogs my @ss
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Wrong, wrong, wrong. You battered us for the first 45 mins at the woodshed and rovers were the much better side in the first half You also battered us for the first 45 at ewood and then sat back, wasting time , feigning injuries in the second half and whilst rovers did not create many chances it was self-inflicted wounds that led to our glorious equaliser we were safe before the last game of the season you didn't finish "well above" rovers - you finished above rovers and finally as far as managers is concerned - since 2010 rovers kean berg appleton bowyer dingles coyle laws howe dyche see - you can do 'ewt with stats.[/p][/quote]and don't forget another stat pre season games so far rovers drawn one filthy backward scarlets lost one top dogs my @ss Lurid67
  • Score: 5

2:58pm Wed 10 Jul 13

MxMave says...

Dave Jones scores 1 goal after replacing Murphy and he's hailed as a sensational player?! I'll admit he looked good after that first performance but it was all down hill from then on.

His major problem is his total lack of a right foot. In today's game you cant get by on being totally one footed. I think his passion and commitment were great but with a total lack of any sort of ball skills, he's a waste of money.

You have to ask, was Williamson better than him? I think so. Would you replace Lowe with him? No. If we sign Spearing, do we need another wage drain? Isn't Etuhu still under contract?

Taking it all into account, no thanks Dave Jones, off to Burnley you pop, their more your level.
Dave Jones scores 1 goal after replacing Murphy and he's hailed as a sensational player?! I'll admit he looked good after that first performance but it was all down hill from then on. His major problem is his total lack of a right foot. In today's game you cant get by on being totally one footed. I think his passion and commitment were great but with a total lack of any sort of ball skills, he's a waste of money. You have to ask, was Williamson better than him? I think so. Would you replace Lowe with him? No. If we sign Spearing, do we need another wage drain? Isn't Etuhu still under contract? Taking it all into account, no thanks Dave Jones, off to Burnley you pop, their more your level. MxMave
  • Score: 2

3:09pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

MxMave wrote:
Dave Jones scores 1 goal after replacing Murphy and he's hailed as a sensational player?! I'll admit he looked good after that first performance but it was all down hill from then on.

His major problem is his total lack of a right foot. In today's game you cant get by on being totally one footed. I think his passion and commitment were great but with a total lack of any sort of ball skills, he's a waste of money.

You have to ask, was Williamson better than him? I think so. Would you replace Lowe with him? No. If we sign Spearing, do we need another wage drain? Isn't Etuhu still under contract?

Taking it all into account, no thanks Dave Jones, off to Burnley you pop, their more your level.
Spot on, 100% effort but not much else. Bowyer doesn't appear to be in any hurry to bring him back.
[quote][p][bold]MxMave[/bold] wrote: Dave Jones scores 1 goal after replacing Murphy and he's hailed as a sensational player?! I'll admit he looked good after that first performance but it was all down hill from then on. His major problem is his total lack of a right foot. In today's game you cant get by on being totally one footed. I think his passion and commitment were great but with a total lack of any sort of ball skills, he's a waste of money. You have to ask, was Williamson better than him? I think so. Would you replace Lowe with him? No. If we sign Spearing, do we need another wage drain? Isn't Etuhu still under contract? Taking it all into account, no thanks Dave Jones, off to Burnley you pop, their more your level.[/p][/quote]Spot on, 100% effort but not much else. Bowyer doesn't appear to be in any hurry to bring him back. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

3:18pm Wed 10 Jul 13

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Is this the one the can or can't put a cross in (whenever he is fit enough to play that is)?

Whilst Olsson has stayed behind, why do the Rovers squad have to travel to Portugal to work out in a gym when the club has just spent a significant amount of money to bring Brockhall up to Grade A Premiership Academy status?
Is this the one the can or can't put a cross in (whenever he is fit enough to play that is)? Whilst Olsson has stayed behind, why do the Rovers squad have to travel to Portugal to work out in a gym when the club has just spent a significant amount of money to bring Brockhall up to Grade A Premiership Academy status? OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: -1

3:49pm Wed 10 Jul 13

ChrisDeBerg says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
Is this the one the can or can't put a cross in (whenever he is fit enough to play that is)?

Whilst Olsson has stayed behind, why do the Rovers squad have to travel to Portugal to work out in a gym when the club has just spent a significant amount of money to bring Brockhall up to Grade A Premiership Academy status?
It's the heat pal... Some teams train at high altitude... Just training in other conditions than UK (fair enough, it is hot this week like)!!... Plus we have a friendly game over there also
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: Is this the one the can or can't put a cross in (whenever he is fit enough to play that is)? Whilst Olsson has stayed behind, why do the Rovers squad have to travel to Portugal to work out in a gym when the club has just spent a significant amount of money to bring Brockhall up to Grade A Premiership Academy status?[/p][/quote]It's the heat pal... Some teams train at high altitude... Just training in other conditions than UK (fair enough, it is hot this week like)!!... Plus we have a friendly game over there also ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 2

7:37pm Wed 10 Jul 13

modan says...

Thank you dingles for your comments on our BRFC post.
BRFC were in PL league in 1992 when first PL began the new era in English football league of elite football clubs.
BRFC signed Alan Shearer England number 9 at record fee of £3.5 million
BRFC won the the PL title in 1995 which dingles will never win in million years
BRFC won the league cup in 2002 wit Andy Cole.
Blackburn simply the best in Lancashire and the biggest club in Lancashire.
Barry Kilby what's he worth a sum of £80 million ? Chicken feeds for any Indian Billionaires in UK and India.
Venky,s worth £2 Billion ,Venky's mansions and private jet is worth more tham £100 million.
India has more than 200 billionaires there are 10 Indian Billionaires iin UK,15 Indian Billionaires in Middle East.They have bought BRFC FC and QPR FC in UK.More football clubs in UK will be bought by Inian billionaires.Mukesh Ambani India's Richest man worth £24 Billion wants to buy Man Utd from Glazers for a record £1.5 Billion according to British and Indian Press because he is a Man Utd Fan.
Indian Grand Prix cost £188 million to build near New Delhi by Indian Billionaire Vijay Mallya owner of UB Group of Industries.
"India is a rising superpower" Dave Cameron prime mnister of UK
"India has emerged" Obama president of USA
www india skyscrapercity.com
Thank you dingles for your comments on our BRFC post. BRFC were in PL league in 1992 when first PL began the new era in English football league of elite football clubs. BRFC signed Alan Shearer England number 9 at record fee of £3.5 million BRFC won the the PL title in 1995 which dingles will never win in million years BRFC won the league cup in 2002 wit Andy Cole. Blackburn simply the best in Lancashire and the biggest club in Lancashire. Barry Kilby what's he worth a sum of £80 million ? Chicken feeds for any Indian Billionaires in UK and India. Venky,s worth £2 Billion ,Venky's mansions and private jet is worth more tham £100 million. India has more than 200 billionaires there are 10 Indian Billionaires iin UK,15 Indian Billionaires in Middle East.They have bought BRFC FC and QPR FC in UK.More football clubs in UK will be bought by Inian billionaires.Mukesh Ambani India's Richest man worth £24 Billion wants to buy Man Utd from Glazers for a record £1.5 Billion according to British and Indian Press because he is a Man Utd Fan. Indian Grand Prix cost £188 million to build near New Delhi by Indian Billionaire Vijay Mallya owner of UB Group of Industries. "India is a rising superpower" Dave Cameron prime mnister of UK "India has emerged" Obama president of USA www india skyscrapercity.com modan
  • Score: -5

9:32pm Wed 10 Jul 13

srvp28 says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote:
David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move?

That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides.

Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse.

There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us.

As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see.

Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will..

You survived on the last day of the season, did you not?

Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not?

The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team.

Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed.

Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him.

We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin.

We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team.

Once again, we finished above you.
You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win.

Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours.

We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season.

Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs...
Semblance of order? Dear me, you've had you pants pulled down. Your club is in disarray, where exactly have you been for the last 3 years?
If you're going to reply every time you're made to look like a Stefan Kuntz, you'd do we'll to comment on something you actually know about. Do you even know what 'a semblance of order' even means. (Notice the omission of a question mark there? That's because it was a rhetorical question, you clearly don't.)

For the last couple of seasons you've had good reason to mock the way our club has unravelled, to say it's been a disaster would be the understatement of the century. However, almost everything you took great pleasure in taunting us with last season has either been, or is in the process, of being rectified. The owners are starting to run the club in the manner it needs to be if we're going to get back to some sense of normality. Ergo...

...some semblance of order has returned to our club.

Like I said before, perhaps it's time you started paying attention to what's going on at Burnley, you're clearly out of touch with what's happening at our club, although why it's of more interest to you than your own is anybody's guess.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]You really are a simpleton. Everything you've just said (again) I've already covered. You did not batter us for the duration of both games, as I've already pointed out, and if it wasn't for your 89th minute equaliser at Turf Moor - which resulted from a free kick awarded immediatedy after your player fouled ours - then we would've beat you. Believing your own hype does not detract from the fact that, whilst the first game was pretty much all you, the game at Ewood wasn't. As for our equally dubious equaliser, the only reason it was scored in the 96th minute was because your team put up the worst display of time wasting I've ever seen. If your boys had played football instead they might have got the win. Once again, nobody has said you didn't finish above us, we're saying it doesn't make you top dogs. It means you were slightly better than us for one season where we endured unparalleled upheaval. You spent all last season revelling in everything bad happening at our club, telling us we were getting relegated, etc., yet you only managed to finish three points above us. Seeing as how you actually lost more games than us too, maybe you should be more concerned about your own team than ours. We had an awful season but it looks like a semblance of order has returned to our club. You're obviously worried that your glorious achievement isn't going to be repeated this season. Blackburn Rovers - still East Lancashire's top dogs...[/p][/quote]Semblance of order? Dear me, you've had you pants pulled down. Your club is in disarray, where exactly have you been for the last 3 years?[/p][/quote]If you're going to reply every time you're made to look like a Stefan Kuntz, you'd do we'll to comment on something you actually know about. Do you even know what 'a semblance of order' even means. (Notice the omission of a question mark there? That's because it was a rhetorical question, you clearly don't.) For the last couple of seasons you've had good reason to mock the way our club has unravelled, to say it's been a disaster would be the understatement of the century. However, almost everything you took great pleasure in taunting us with last season has either been, or is in the process, of being rectified. The owners are starting to run the club in the manner it needs to be if we're going to get back to some sense of normality. Ergo... ...some semblance of order has returned to our club. Like I said before, perhaps it's time you started paying attention to what's going on at Burnley, you're clearly out of touch with what's happening at our club, although why it's of more interest to you than your own is anybody's guess. srvp28
  • Score: 5

5:56am Thu 11 Jul 13

whappen says...

lookupblackburn... wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
lookupblackburn... wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
1952 rover wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.
Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.
I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.
Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.
Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.
We finished above you.
You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.
Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.
Jolly well done.

Just on a technical point; six different managers means there were actually five CHANGES of the same, although having someone in charge between managers is stretching "change of manager" a touch. Kean to Berg to Appleton to Bowyer is three changes (count the "to"s); even Bowyer was a caretaker until appointed manager this Summer, so last season there were actually two changes. Granted, no less ridiculous or embarrassing, but not six either.

Escaping relegation on the last day of the season (mathematically true but not so much worse than doing the same a week before - and I'll bet you were seriously worried before the Cardiff game), battering us twice (one each both times, as I recall) and towering above us in the league by a whole three points.

It seems our friends up the road are already laying the foundations on which they will build their own version of history for future use.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn...[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1952 rover[/bold] wrote: David Jones interested in the Dingles . What an idiotic move that would be for him.[/p][/quote]Oh dear you getting jealous because yet another one of your players wants to leave your national joke of a club? Also pray tell why would Burnley signing your best player of the last ten games be an idiotic move? That green-eyed monster will eat you up if you let it, although I appreciate there is much for you to envy when you look at your more superior East Lancashire neighbours.[/p][/quote]I'm guessing 'lookupblackburn' has finally changed their username, albeit to something just as inappropriate, or there's another equally confused Dingle. As I've told you and your ilk before, it will take more than finishing above us once in thirty-plus years (by a mere three points) to make you the superior team in East Lancashire. Do it consistently, and actually beat us a handful of times, and maybe - just maybe - you will be the superior of the two sides. Last season was a victory for the underdog over the top dog, that doesn't automatically make you the top dog.[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in. We battered you home and away and finished well above you. You survived on the last day of the season after another year of embarrassment, ridicule and six managerial changes. You are and will forever be the laughing stock of English football. In Venky's we trust.[/p][/quote]Awww, look, 'I_am_God' logged out then straight back in under his other alias just to reaffirm his point. Read the above reply to... well, you, and you'll see that you're still talking out of your @rse. There's no need for you to continuously insinuate that we survived by the skin of our teeth on the final day of the season. Yes, technically we survived on the last day of the season, but it would've taken some ridiculous results for us to get relegated. You finished 'well above' us by three points. The difference in league positions was less to do with your immense superiority and more to do with how close the competition was last season. Yes we endured another season of embarassment and ridicule, thanks to the actions of Singh, Shaw and Agnew. We didn't endure another season of six managerial changes though, I'm pretty certain that was a first for us. As for battering us home and away, once again, you didn't. You certainly had the best of the first game, although shooting every time you got within 35 yards of our goal was more a sign of desperation than tactical astuteness. You started the better of the two sides at Ewood but that only lasted about 30 minutes, even your goal came as a result of our pressure. The rest of the game was predominantly Rovers. You can believe your own version of events all you want, the VT is there for all to see. Either way, you're still acting like you beat us and won something. Other than earning bragging rights you didn't. Then again, I doubt you've ever had them before, and therefore, you're unsure how to use them properly. Spending all day, every day, on your local rivals stories, spouting inaccuracies isn't quite how it works.[/p][/quote]We finished above you.[/p][/quote]You did, but answer his points if you are capable of doing so.[/p][/quote]Take your hands out of his pants for a minute and I will.. You survived on the last day of the season, did you not? Burnley finished above Blackburn, did they not? The team which finishes higher in the league after 46 games is generally considered to be the better team. Agreed you were embarrassing and deservedly ridiculed. Kean, Black, Berg, Bowyer, Appleton, Bowyer. I make that six changes of the man in charge, whatever title you choose to give him. We battered you and only a 98th minute offside equaliser saved your skin. We didn't beat you, we're not saying we did, but we finished above you and that makes us the better team. Once again, we finished above you.[/p][/quote]Jolly well done. Just on a technical point; six different managers means there were actually five CHANGES of the same, although having someone in charge between managers is stretching "change of manager" a touch. Kean to Berg to Appleton to Bowyer is three changes (count the "to"s); even Bowyer was a caretaker until appointed manager this Summer, so last season there were actually two changes. Granted, no less ridiculous or embarrassing, but not six either. Escaping relegation on the last day of the season (mathematically true but not so much worse than doing the same a week before - and I'll bet you were seriously worried before the Cardiff game), battering us twice (one each both times, as I recall) and towering above us in the league by a whole three points. It seems our friends up the road are already laying the foundations on which they will build their own version of history for future use. whappen
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