Clarets boss Dyche plays down Ebanks-Blake move

Lancashire Telegraph: Sean Dyche Sean Dyche

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has played down speculation linking him with a move for former Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.

The Clarets were unable to add to their attacking options despite attempts before the loan window closed last month.

But there would be nothing to prevent them from signing free agent Ebanks-Blake outside of the January transfer window, after leaving Molineux at the end of his contract in the summer.

The 27-year-old has been without a club since, while he recovered from a broken leg and high ankle sprain sustained on Easter Monday towards the end of their relegation campaign.

The forward is training with Wolves but manager Kenny Jackett has ruled out a return.

Of the link, Dyche said: “Another one of many, (Jay) Bothroyd, are we in for him as well?”

Burnley have also been linked with a second loan spell for Manchester City youngster John Guidetti.

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9:05am Mon 9 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs FakeVilla_MTCabinet

9:28am Mon 9 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn.

Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club.

Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn. Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club. Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players. Champagne plus charlie

10:46am Mon 9 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn.

Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club.

Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.
Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages
Mega
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn. Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club. Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.[/p][/quote]Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages Mega FakeVilla_MTCabinet

10:47am Mon 9 Dec 13

claret mov says...

Even with CHEATING players the gap is growing and growing and growing LOL LOL LOL LOL
Even with CHEATING players the gap is growing and growing and growing LOL LOL LOL LOL claret mov

10:49am Mon 9 Dec 13

claret mov says...

TREBLE WAGES AND STILL YOUR PLAYERS, TEAM AND CLUB IS WAY BEHIND THE CLARETS.............
MIND THE GAP VENKY BOYS
TREBLE WAGES AND STILL YOUR PLAYERS, TEAM AND CLUB IS WAY BEHIND THE CLARETS............. MIND THE GAP VENKY BOYS claret mov

11:05am Mon 9 Dec 13

McClaret says...

Think you need to be reducing your wage bill? Donut
Think you need to be reducing your wage bill? Donut McClaret

11:28am Mon 9 Dec 13

masher50 says...

At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court.

But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about.

It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this.

If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done.
At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court. But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about. It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this. If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done. masher50

12:03pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Totally agree with masher, let's not jump to conclusions, but it does make you wonder how many are involved, and why with such high wages they even need to.
Totally agree with masher, let's not jump to conclusions, but it does make you wonder how many are involved, and why with such high wages they even need to. u owe u owe

1:42pm Mon 9 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

u owe u owe wrote:
Totally agree with masher, let's not jump to conclusions, but it does make you wonder how many are involved, and why with such high wages they even need to.
Apparently the main problem lies with the lower leagues and non-league where the wages are not so hot. Any (and I mean any) premier player to get involved with that would have to be stupid beyond belief.
[quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: Totally agree with masher, let's not jump to conclusions, but it does make you wonder how many are involved, and why with such high wages they even need to.[/p][/quote]Apparently the main problem lies with the lower leagues and non-league where the wages are not so hot. Any (and I mean any) premier player to get involved with that would have to be stupid beyond belief. houseclaret

2:12pm Mon 9 Dec 13

hasslem hasslem says...

masher50 wrote:
At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court.

But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about.

It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this.

If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done.
as a rovers supporter - i can honestly say your posting is the most sensible assessment of today's developments.

loads of people jumping to conclusions about the arrest - but no charge made, so far.

as far as your venkys comments are concerned you are correct in saying there is not a scintilla of evidence for the speculation which you allude to - but you can certainly see how people are putting 2 n 2 together and making 5. also consider where the global adviser came from and the 2 n 2 can make a different number.

by all accounts most sports have a degree of corruption in it but with the likes of football n rugby it is very difficult to influence the outcome of the game purely on the basis of the number of participants involved - however , when you take into account no-balls, wides, giving dolly catches in cricket and say throw-ins, own goals, corners, fouls, bookings, pens and sendings offs - you can see how these facets can be manipulated,

i would have thought one on one sports - boxing, tennis, matchplay golf etc must be incredibly easy to manipulate and who gets conned....the ordinary punter (no pun intended)
[quote][p][bold]masher50[/bold] wrote: At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court. But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about. It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this. If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done.[/p][/quote]as a rovers supporter - i can honestly say your posting is the most sensible assessment of today's developments. loads of people jumping to conclusions about the arrest - but no charge made, so far. as far as your venkys comments are concerned you are correct in saying there is not a scintilla of evidence for the speculation which you allude to - but you can certainly see how people are putting 2 n 2 together and making 5. also consider where the global adviser came from and the 2 n 2 can make a different number. by all accounts most sports have a degree of corruption in it but with the likes of football n rugby it is very difficult to influence the outcome of the game purely on the basis of the number of participants involved - however , when you take into account no-balls, wides, giving dolly catches in cricket and say throw-ins, own goals, corners, fouls, bookings, pens and sendings offs - you can see how these facets can be manipulated, i would have thought one on one sports - boxing, tennis, matchplay golf etc must be incredibly easy to manipulate and who gets conned....the ordinary punter (no pun intended) hasslem hasslem

3:58pm Mon 9 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
masher50 wrote:
At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court.

But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about.

It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this.

If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done.
as a rovers supporter - i can honestly say your posting is the most sensible assessment of today's developments.

loads of people jumping to conclusions about the arrest - but no charge made, so far.

as far as your venkys comments are concerned you are correct in saying there is not a scintilla of evidence for the speculation which you allude to - but you can certainly see how people are putting 2 n 2 together and making 5. also consider where the global adviser came from and the 2 n 2 can make a different number.

by all accounts most sports have a degree of corruption in it but with the likes of football n rugby it is very difficult to influence the outcome of the game purely on the basis of the number of participants involved - however , when you take into account no-balls, wides, giving dolly catches in cricket and say throw-ins, own goals, corners, fouls, bookings, pens and sendings offs - you can see how these facets can be manipulated,

i would have thought one on one sports - boxing, tennis, matchplay golf etc must be incredibly easy to manipulate and who gets conned....the ordinary punter (no pun intended)
You have made a very good point n associating the Global advisor and the country because it is the hotbed of this type of 'thing' for football in that area
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]masher50[/bold] wrote: At the time of posting this, Campbell has not even been charged, let alone found guilty of any offence. Let's remember that before throwing out accusations that could land people in court. But, sadly, the bookies who now allow "daft" bets (next throw in, corner, booking etc.,) have opened the door for widespread corruption of the type Campbell and several others are now being questioned about. It's even led to speculation amongst some of my work colleagues that the known corrupt betting markets in Asia could be real reason behind the Venky's take over, despite no evidence to suggest this. If corruption is involved in UK football, it must be treated as the cancer it is and cut out completely as soon as can be possibly done.[/p][/quote]as a rovers supporter - i can honestly say your posting is the most sensible assessment of today's developments. loads of people jumping to conclusions about the arrest - but no charge made, so far. as far as your venkys comments are concerned you are correct in saying there is not a scintilla of evidence for the speculation which you allude to - but you can certainly see how people are putting 2 n 2 together and making 5. also consider where the global adviser came from and the 2 n 2 can make a different number. by all accounts most sports have a degree of corruption in it but with the likes of football n rugby it is very difficult to influence the outcome of the game purely on the basis of the number of participants involved - however , when you take into account no-balls, wides, giving dolly catches in cricket and say throw-ins, own goals, corners, fouls, bookings, pens and sendings offs - you can see how these facets can be manipulated, i would have thought one on one sports - boxing, tennis, matchplay golf etc must be incredibly easy to manipulate and who gets conned....the ordinary punter (no pun intended)[/p][/quote]You have made a very good point n associating the Global advisor and the country because it is the hotbed of this type of 'thing' for football in that area tall in the saddle

4:30pm Mon 9 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Hi Loser

DJ Campbell. Same old Rovers, always cheating.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Hi Loser DJ Campbell. Same old Rovers, always cheating. RobH2O

4:32pm Mon 9 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn.

Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club.

Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.
Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages
Mega
So he has to cheat to treble his wages? Cripes!

Your a loser by the way.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn. Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club. Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.[/p][/quote]Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages Mega[/p][/quote]So he has to cheat to treble his wages? Cripes! Your a loser by the way. RobH2O

4:51pm Mon 9 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn.

Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club.

Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.
Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages
Mega
I doubt any player with any moral value would want to be associated with a filthy cheating club like Blackburn Rovers (allegedly).

Just when you think this rotten apple has poisoned English football enough, up pops the next embarrassment.

I henceforth dub thee Laughingstock FC.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Maybe he could replace that **** cheat DJ Campbell at Blackburn. Another day another embarrassment for that joke of a club. Mid table rubbish, unable to buy a win and now with cheating players.[/p][/quote]Hopefully he will have done enough that we can cancel his contract., freeing up a striker spot for Ings to fill if he wanted to treble his wages Mega[/p][/quote]I doubt any player with any moral value would want to be associated with a filthy cheating club like Blackburn Rovers (allegedly). Just when you think this rotten apple has poisoned English football enough, up pops the next embarrassment. I henceforth dub thee Laughingstock FC. we.love.u.venkys

5:02pm Mon 9 Dec 13

no ney never says...

Though there is no evidence to suggest it is in any way true, but what is being suggested is that venky buy br so they can sack allerdyce and put their own man in while wrecking the structure of the club to aid the plan. Hugh bets are placed on relegation in asia returning quite a sum. Once the exercise is complete their man is withdrawn and the football club is then left to its own devices? That is quite some conspiracy theory but not beyond possibility.
Though there is no evidence to suggest it is in any way true, but what is being suggested is that venky buy br so they can sack allerdyce and put their own man in while wrecking the structure of the club to aid the plan. Hugh bets are placed on relegation in asia returning quite a sum. Once the exercise is complete their man is withdrawn and the football club is then left to its own devices? That is quite some conspiracy theory but not beyond possibility. no ney never

8:59pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Been losing money for years, cuts in spending were and are needed, what conspiracy?
Can't see the wood for the trees!
Been losing money for years, cuts in spending were and are needed, what conspiracy? Can't see the wood for the trees! u owe u owe

11:38pm Mon 9 Dec 13

mjp 53 says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs
Maybe we can get Campbell on loan and bribe, oops sorry buy ourselves promotion. The comedy circus that just keeps giving, especially at Christmas is of course Blackburn Rovers. Maybe you should keep taking the drugs as well, i guess that sex change is affecting your warped mind. !!!!
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Ebanks Blake would relish the opportunity of getting a chance in the full England squad, just like Ings has. Maybe they could sit next to one another on the coach, with chaplow and Rodriguez on the seat behind. Better be quick and snap this lad up before one of the big four notice he's up for grabs[/p][/quote]Maybe we can get Campbell on loan and bribe, oops sorry buy ourselves promotion. The comedy circus that just keeps giving, especially at Christmas is of course Blackburn Rovers. Maybe you should keep taking the drugs as well, i guess that sex change is affecting your warped mind. !!!! mjp 53

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