Blackburn Rovers' Tommy Spurr could be fit for Brighton after knock

Blackburn Rovers' Tommy Spurr could be fit for Brighton after knock

Blackburn Rovers' Tommy Spurr could be fit for Brighton after knock

First published in Sport

‘TOP pro’ Tommy Spurr has given himself a fighting chance of being fit for Blackburn Rovers’ Championship clash at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.

Rovers boss Gary Bowyer was resigned to losing the left-back for the trip to the Amex after he injured his ankle in the win over Middlesbrough last weekend.

But Spurr is responding well to treatment and could have recovered in time to take on the Seagulls.

“He’s looked after himself unbelievably well and done everything right so he’s given himself a great chance of being back quicker than we thought, which is magnificent,” said Bowyer, who initially ruled Spurr out for a minimum of two weeks.

“I don’t know if the Brighton game will come too early for him but we’re certainly not ruling him out at this stage, that’s for sure.

“Full credit to him for how he’s been since the injury happened. He’s followed the advice of the medical team to a tee.

“He’s a top pro and I can’t praise him enough for the way he’s looked after himself.”

Spurr has started every league game for Rovers this season since his free-transfer move from Doncaster Rovers.

The 26-year-old has arguably been the best – and certainly the most consistent – of Bowyer’s 12 summer signings.

“He came into the team and made the right impression straight away,” said Bowyer.

“The supporters love him and we knew they would because we knew what he would give us.

“He’s been first class for us and the early signs are that he will be back quicker than we thought, so that’s great news.”

Bowyer is still looking to strengthen his injury-ravaged squad before the loan transfer window closes on November 28.

But if he is given the chance to, any new recruit will have to have the right character – just like Spurr.

“We do our homework our when we bring players into the club,” said Bowyer.

“Tommy’s a great lad to have around the place, he’s always smiling and he’s always making people smile.

“We can’t praise him enough for the impact he has made.”

Matt Kilgallon also came off against Middlesbrough.

The centre-back hurt his hip after being upended in the box by his former Leeds United team-mate Jonathan Woodgate – a challenge for which the Boro captain escaped punishment.

But Kilgallon is back in training and will be fit to face Brighton.

Bowyer is hopeful Leon Best will return after the striker missed out last weekend with a groin injury.

David Dunn, who has been out since the start of September, could come into contention.

The midfielder is in his second week back in full training.

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9:55am Wed 6 Nov 13

MatthewCA says...

who is FIT at the END of the day, the nurshing room is filled after 10 games.
who is FIT at the END of the day, the nurshing room is filled after 10 games. MatthewCA
  • Score: -7

10:00am Wed 6 Nov 13

Mill Hill Mob says...

,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.
Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP?

While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.
[quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.[/p][/quote]Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP? While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch. Mill Hill Mob
  • Score: 10

10:02am Wed 6 Nov 13

jinkyjase says...

,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.
Blinding positivity.
[quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.[/p][/quote]Blinding positivity. jinkyjase
  • Score: -1

10:13am Wed 6 Nov 13

ewood army says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.
Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP?

While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.
A sad trio of freaks for sure with nothing else to do to fill their time during another day in their shi+ty stoops estate bedsits
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.[/p][/quote]Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP? While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.[/p][/quote]A sad trio of freaks for sure with nothing else to do to fill their time during another day in their shi+ty stoops estate bedsits ewood army
  • Score: 9

10:25am Wed 6 Nov 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

ewood army wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.
Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP?

While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.
A sad trio of freaks for sure with nothing else to do to fill their time during another day in their shi+ty stoops estate bedsits
Stoops is like Kensington compared with Shadsworth and Audley Range
[quote][p][bold]ewood army[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.[/p][/quote]Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP? While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.[/p][/quote]A sad trio of freaks for sure with nothing else to do to fill their time during another day in their shi+ty stoops estate bedsits[/p][/quote]Stoops is like Kensington compared with Shadsworth and Audley Range Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -10

11:01am Wed 6 Nov 13

BRFC75 says...

I remember Liverpool won the old first division 42 games , all season they used a total of 13 players.
I remember Liverpool won the old first division 42 games , all season they used a total of 13 players. BRFC75
  • Score: -1

11:35am Wed 6 Nov 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.
Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP?

While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.
Been busy this morning but I'm here now, thanks for noticing my absence Mill Hill, you've clearly missed me! Bless x

Tough place to get anything from is Brighton, we found that out.

If Spurr times it right he can sit on the sidelines getting treatment whilst trousering a decent wage before slipping in a cheeky transfer request at Christmas just in time for the window to open. I think Tommy is a good full back and he must know that he has to jump before the rovers canoe gets closer to sh1t creek.
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Can't see anything but a defeat here I'm affraid even Burnley couldn't manage a draw and look how far there flying in the league.So my heart says we'll come crashing down to earth with a 4-1 defeat and yet another player sent off.[/p][/quote]Another fake troll account - what's your obsession with LP? While we're at it, where's that idiot who keeps saying "Doomed, doomed I tell thee"? Him, WLYV and 'mugging me off' are running late by my watch.[/p][/quote]Been busy this morning but I'm here now, thanks for noticing my absence Mill Hill, you've clearly missed me! Bless x Tough place to get anything from is Brighton, we found that out. If Spurr times it right he can sit on the sidelines getting treatment whilst trousering a decent wage before slipping in a cheeky transfer request at Christmas just in time for the window to open. I think Tommy is a good full back and he must know that he has to jump before the rovers canoe gets closer to sh1t creek. You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -8

12:14pm Wed 6 Nov 13

,Lancs - pensioner says...

I am the one and only this imposters above a fake.
I am the one and only this imposters above a fake. ,Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -14

12:44pm Wed 6 Nov 13

,Lancs - pensioner says...

I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts
I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts ,Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -13

12:58pm Wed 6 Nov 13

Lancs - pensioner says...

,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts
Grow up child.
[quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts[/p][/quote]Grow up child. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 10

1:01pm Wed 6 Nov 13

Searcher says...

,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts
Any chance of repeating that in English? I realise the end result would probably not be worth it even then though.
[quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts[/p][/quote]Any chance of repeating that in English? I realise the end result would probably not be worth it even then though. Searcher
  • Score: 7

1:03pm Wed 6 Nov 13

Lancs - pensioner says...

Searcher wrote:
,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts
Any chance of repeating that in English? I realise the end result would probably not be worth it even then though.
And he wonders why I call him "Thick"!!
[quote][p][bold]Searcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: I don't think youthe last comment on the homes site..Pathectic like you calling folk 6 fingers and you really have to get over your Obsessive incest thoughts[/p][/quote]Any chance of repeating that in English? I realise the end result would probably not be worth it even then though.[/p][/quote]And he wonders why I call him "Thick"!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 7

2:13pm Wed 6 Nov 13

rover4life says...

For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans. rover4life
  • Score: 8

2:45pm Wed 6 Nov 13

greenscreener says...

,Lancs - pensioner wrote:
I am the one and only this imposters above a fake.
Fake off
[quote][p][bold],Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: I am the one and only this imposters above a fake.[/p][/quote]Fake off greenscreener
  • Score: 5

2:55pm Wed 6 Nov 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
[quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical. we.love.u.venkys
  • Score: -3

3:35pm Wed 6 Nov 13

roverstid says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65.

You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over.

Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now.

Chins up!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical.[/p][/quote]He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65. You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over. Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now. Chins up! roverstid
  • Score: 6

4:12pm Wed 6 Nov 13

rover4life says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
Hahaha I can almost see the steam coming out of your unwashed ears at the mention of the man who deprived you of party time with your sisters, Never mind take another teenth and slink back into the bog before you sober up.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical.[/p][/quote]Hahaha I can almost see the steam coming out of your unwashed ears at the mention of the man who deprived you of party time with your sisters, Never mind take another teenth and slink back into the bog before you sober up. rover4life
  • Score: 1

6:16pm Wed 6 Nov 13

Wild Rover says...

The season moves on, Rovers climb , Burnables slip but both in the play offs. The two teams meet in the final
Dunny the Kebab Slayers scores the winner in the 96th minute...
Oh you may mock but it could happen...
If Carling did play off finals...
Priceless
The season moves on, Rovers climb , Burnables slip but both in the play offs. The two teams meet in the final Dunny the Kebab Slayers scores the winner in the 96th minute... Oh you may mock but it could happen... If Carling did play off finals... Priceless Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

8:47pm Wed 6 Nov 13

You're not mugging me off that easily says...

roverstid wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65.

You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over.

Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now.

Chins up!
Mid table mediocrity is ready creeping in for you?

Good god, the standard of special needs education in the Shadsworths area is shocking. How can a team be in mid table mediocrity when they are TOP OF THE LEAGUE !!!???
[quote][p][bold]roverstid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical.[/p][/quote]He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65. You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over. Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now. Chins up![/p][/quote]Mid table mediocrity is ready creeping in for you? Good god, the standard of special needs education in the Shadsworths area is shocking. How can a team be in mid table mediocrity when they are TOP OF THE LEAGUE !!!??? You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -2

9:31am Thu 7 Nov 13

Wild Rover says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
roverstid wrote:
we.love.u.venkys wrote:
rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65.

You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over.

Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now.

Chins up!
Mid table mediocrity is ready creeping in for you?

Good god, the standard of special needs education in the Shadsworths area is shocking. How can a team be in mid table mediocrity when they are TOP OF THE LEAGUE !!!???
You are correct Cod Mug, however , the qualification is - Not Yet!
The standard of comprehension in the Lower Stoops is clearly not good!
It is a forward prediction and does not refer to the status quo
Some nice comments from Dunny KS on the radio this morning, wound a few Dingles up nicely before breakfast, were you one such?
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]roverstid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical.[/p][/quote]He's not Dunn until he's put another last minute goal in against the slavering toothless wonders across the M65. You know it still hurts. Sir Lee will also be there for the ceremony along with your lovely Venkys for you to fawn over. Middle table mediocrity is already creeping in for you in the next few months.. then another disappointment at the Derby.. it should be oh so familiar to you boys and man-girls by now. Chins up![/p][/quote]Mid table mediocrity is ready creeping in for you? Good god, the standard of special needs education in the Shadsworths area is shocking. How can a team be in mid table mediocrity when they are TOP OF THE LEAGUE !!!???[/p][/quote]You are correct Cod Mug, however , the qualification is - Not Yet! The standard of comprehension in the Lower Stoops is clearly not good! It is a forward prediction and does not refer to the status quo Some nice comments from Dunny KS on the radio this morning, wound a few Dingles up nicely before breakfast, were you one such? Wild Rover
  • Score: 0

8:23pm Thu 7 Nov 13

Tatts says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
rover4life wrote:
For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.
Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get?

David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March.

Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses.

Diabolical.
Chances are that he'll put one over you Dingles again next year to keep the eternal unbeaten run going
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rover4life[/bold] wrote: For me the pick of the summer signings would be Tom Cairney who i hope we are doing our best to make permanent from Hull, And Corey Evans who after a delayed start had started to make a real difference to the midfield, Tommy Spurr has done well but we are well covered in this area with Henley and Killgallon both capable at left back. Once again we are down to bare bones in midfield and I hope Dunnys return is the start of a change of luck in this area - Hurry back Dunny, Rochina and Evans.[/p][/quote]Comical how you clowns are still whining for Dunn to return and save your season. How desperate can you get? David "The Kebab Slayer" Dunn is well and truly done. He sh!t out of the last derby because he knows the tide has turned and you can bet he'll do the same in March. Dunn is more than happy to sit out 90% of the season, hand pick his games, and pick up his fat wage packet while enjoying the hero status bestowed upon him by the deluded masses. Diabolical.[/p][/quote]Chances are that he'll put one over you Dingles again next year to keep the eternal unbeaten run going Tatts
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