Burnley boss has no concern over Ings links

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SEAN Dyche says he has no concerns that Danny Ings’ head could be turned by reports linking other clubs with an interest in the Burnley striker.

Ings is the Clarets’ top scorer this season with 15 goals and will be a key man in tomorrow’s top of the table clash at Leicester City,.

But Celtic this week became the latest club to be linked with a January move for Ings, after recent reports that Liverpool were monitoring the forward.

Dyche accepts that Ings’ form this season is likely to see clubs taking note of the 21-year-old’s progress, but remained unconcerned by the reports of Celtic’s apparent interest.

“The reason I don’t worry is that it’s another link with another club,” said the Clarets boss.

“They can’t all be true, can they?

“To be honest we don’t over-think it. It’s good in a way that we’re doing so well that people are taking what we’re doing, and the players we’re doing it with, very seriously.

“The other side of it is you don’t want people hovering around your players. But it’s just inevitable, it’s a fact of the game.

“When players are doing well other clubs come and look at them.

“We do ourselves, but perhaps not at the level of others due to the finances, but we’re certainly out there watching players at other clubs.

“My concern is keeping the group motivated to win games.

“The rest of it is conjecture, speculation, perception, not fact, so it just takes care of itself.”

Dyche confirmed that Dean Marney is set to return from injury for the trip to the King Power Stadium, while Keith Treacy has overcome a knock.

Despite being top of the table, Burnley are the underdogs with the bookmakers for the trip to third-placed Leicester and Dyche admits that the Foxes have a greater expectation on their shoulders this season.

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Nigel Pearson’s position as Leicester manager had seemed to be under threat before an encouraging start to the new campaign.

“I think there’s a different kind of expectation just because of the resources they’ve spent previously, the squad they’ve got, the size of the club, the crowds,” Dyche said.

“You put them in the category with the bigger end of the market with QPR, Nottingham Forest, big resources, big clubs.

“They’ve got very experienced players, they’ve got a lot of players who can affect games, they’ve got a very strong squad and a very strong bench.

“You can understand why there’s an expectation there for all of those reasons. But I was very pleased to see they stuck by Nigel in the summer when there was a lot of talk about would they change.”

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10:43am Fri 13 Dec 13

inishowen claret says...

Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque inishowen claret

11:15am Fri 13 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

inishowen claret wrote:
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet.

Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will.
handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.
[quote][p][bold]inishowen claret[/bold] wrote: Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque[/p][/quote]Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet. Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will. handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

11:40am Fri 13 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
inishowen claret wrote:
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet.

Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will.
handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.
And do you really think that Jordan Rhodes FC wants to continue with the burden of carrying 35 other underperforming players at Jordan Rhodes FC for much longer?
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inishowen claret[/bold] wrote: Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque[/p][/quote]Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet. Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will. handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.[/p][/quote]And do you really think that Jordan Rhodes FC wants to continue with the burden of carrying 35 other underperforming players at Jordan Rhodes FC for much longer? Champagne plus charlie

11:58am Fri 13 Dec 13

kfc yummy says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
inishowen claret wrote:
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet.

Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will.
handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.
Your new sinclaire has not helped your spelling.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inishowen claret[/bold] wrote: Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque[/p][/quote]Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet. Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will. handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.[/p][/quote]Your new sinclaire has not helped your spelling. kfc yummy

12:03pm Fri 13 Dec 13

jack01 says...

Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings.

In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish.

Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla
nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that.

You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at.

Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.
Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings. In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish. Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that. You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at. Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too. jack01

12:19pm Fri 13 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

kfc yummy wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
inishowen claret wrote:
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet.

Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will.
handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.
Your new sinclaire has not helped your spelling.
I suppose that'd be Sinclair yer tool
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inishowen claret[/bold] wrote: Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque[/p][/quote]Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet. Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will. handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.[/p][/quote]Your new sinclaire has not helped your spelling.[/p][/quote]I suppose that'd be Sinclair yer tool FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:25pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings.

In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish.

Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla

nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that.

You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at.

Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.
Three words for you Financial Fair Play - you and your equally deluded owners seem completely oblivious to this fact. Let me tell you what is going to happen - You will be FORCED to sell your highest earners to comply with this rule, so regardless of whether you imagine that you are under no pressure to sell Rhodes you need to get used to it - it is happening, otherwise you will be hit with a transfer embargo which will prevent you from buying ANY player whatsoever from Jan 2015.

As for the Ings situation - £3 million? You are seriously retarded you stupid Blackburn hilltroll if you think he is going for that amount of money - he is worth £8 million plus - if someone wants to offer this in January then I would sell him and strengthen the squad with the money.

You keep on sitting there with a bulge in your shellsuit pants hoping and praying that Burnley are forced to sell our prized assets and manager as unfortunately for youth is is the only way you can keep up with your bigger, better and higher placed rival.

It is such a shame to see how desperate you have become - it is a far cry from a few years ago.

Poor old Blackburn - the nation's joke of a club.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings. In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish. Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that. You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at. Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.[/p][/quote]Three words for you Financial Fair Play - you and your equally deluded owners seem completely oblivious to this fact. Let me tell you what is going to happen - You will be FORCED to sell your highest earners to comply with this rule, so regardless of whether you imagine that you are under no pressure to sell Rhodes you need to get used to it - it is happening, otherwise you will be hit with a transfer embargo which will prevent you from buying ANY player whatsoever from Jan 2015. As for the Ings situation - £3 million? You are seriously retarded you stupid Blackburn hilltroll if you think he is going for that amount of money - he is worth £8 million plus - if someone wants to offer this in January then I would sell him and strengthen the squad with the money. You keep on sitting there with a bulge in your shellsuit pants hoping and praying that Burnley are forced to sell our prized assets and manager as unfortunately for youth is is the only way you can keep up with your bigger, better and higher placed rival. It is such a shame to see how desperate you have become - it is a far cry from a few years ago. Poor old Blackburn - the nation's joke of a club. Champagne plus charlie

1:06pm Fri 13 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

The Blackburn Rovers 12 Days of Christmas...


On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me..

12,000 b45tard's crying,
Eleven Rovers cheating,
Ten snowballs flying,
Nine agents stealing,
Eight debts a-rising,
Seven horses fingered,
Six Portuguese donkey's,
FIVE SHEBBY SINGH'S!
Four managers suing,
Three Clueless Venky's,
Two smelly fingers,
And the Clarets are top of the league!
The Blackburn Rovers 12 Days of Christmas... On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me.. 12,000 b45tard's crying, Eleven Rovers cheating, Ten snowballs flying, Nine agents stealing, Eight debts a-rising, Seven horses fingered, Six Portuguese donkey's, FIVE SHEBBY SINGH'S! Four managers suing, Three Clueless Venky's, Two smelly fingers, And the Clarets are top of the league! we.love.u.venkys

1:25pm Fri 13 Dec 13

no ney never says...

jack01 wrote:
Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings.

In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish.

Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla

nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that.

You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at.

Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.
Think you'll find we weren't the only club looking for a manager at the time we signed Sean Dyche, only we went about it in a professional manner. Look at how things have turned out for both our clubs since. We furthered the work done by Eddie Howe but you have yet to show evidence of a halt in the slide that started with the sacking of Sam allerdyce.

☆VDT ☆
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings. In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish. Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that. You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at. Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.[/p][/quote]Think you'll find we weren't the only club looking for a manager at the time we signed Sean Dyche, only we went about it in a professional manner. Look at how things have turned out for both our clubs since. We furthered the work done by Eddie Howe but you have yet to show evidence of a halt in the slide that started with the sacking of Sam allerdyce. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never

1:55pm Fri 13 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at.
The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player.
Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?
Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin? houseclaret

2:29pm Fri 13 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
inishowen claret wrote:
Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque
Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet.

Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will.
handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.
Samba and Hoillet had very real reasons for leaving. They were playing for Rovers who were going nowhere and the atmosphere was (and is ) appalling because of the Venky matter. Ings has no reason to leave. Ings has not expressed a wish to leave. His remarks have been in the alternative. And the Clarets are well run and top of the table. So, the utter antithesis of your innate babble is as always stuff to chuck i the trash.

Loser
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]inishowen claret[/bold] wrote: Rumours are always rife when it comes to players giving of their best, it is the natural order of things. Danny is as of now a claret so lets hope he keeps up the good work, all the tomorrows will look after themselves. By the by i am amazed to be first on here, is FAKE VILLA collecting her dole cheque[/p][/quote]Cheeky boy, I've been buying a new laptop so I can post twice as quick as anyone on the planet. Anyway back to tye article, its obvious Ings wants to leave so just let him go. We had to endure the same with Samba and Hoilett. Once he wants out its a done deal. No point keeping him against his will. handing in a transfer request should speed things along toot sweet.[/p][/quote]Samba and Hoillet had very real reasons for leaving. They were playing for Rovers who were going nowhere and the atmosphere was (and is ) appalling because of the Venky matter. Ings has no reason to leave. Ings has not expressed a wish to leave. His remarks have been in the alternative. And the Clarets are well run and top of the table. So, the utter antithesis of your innate babble is as always stuff to chuck i the trash. Loser RobH2O

4:04pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Chris P Bacon says...

jack01 wrote:
Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings.

In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish.

Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla

nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that.

You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at.

Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.
Talking of track records Mr. Off, we can't fail to notice you on here only last month declaring that Dyche was about to announce he was taking over as manager of Crystal Palace. It was imminent, you were faithfully promising, as though you actually knew this for a cast-iron fact. How did that one go, Mr. Off?

Not a lot there to make us trust you or believe you are anything other than a sh1t-stirring trouble-maker, really, is there?

Nostradamus you ain't!
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings. In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish. Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that. You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at. Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.[/p][/quote]Talking of track records Mr. Off, we can't fail to notice you on here only last month declaring that Dyche was about to announce he was taking over as manager of Crystal Palace. It was imminent, you were faithfully promising, as though you actually knew this for a cast-iron fact. How did that one go, Mr. Off? Not a lot there to make us trust you or believe you are anything other than a sh1t-stirring trouble-maker, really, is there? Nostradamus you ain't! Chris P Bacon

6:36pm Fri 13 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

houseclaret wrote:
Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?
Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?[/p][/quote]Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is FakeVilla_MTCabinet

7:40pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Give_Kean_A_Chance says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?
Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is
Have u ever watched either of them play? I guess not by that statement
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?[/p][/quote]Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is[/p][/quote]Have u ever watched either of them play? I guess not by that statement Give_Kean_A_Chance

8:46pm Fri 13 Dec 13

claret813 says...

jack01 wrote:
Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings.

In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish.

Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla

nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that.

You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at.

Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.
It's true we are a selling club, have been since I started supporting 50 odd years ago. But the fact is, at least we are producing players that we can sell.

As far as 'Gary' Rhodes is concerned, he will be off in January, especially if he is still carrying the other dead beats and for a lot less than £10 million. Take his goals out of Blackburn's season and you would be even lower than you are now. He has scored half your goals. Danny's goals account for about one third of ours.

Your also forgetting your leaky defence. It has shipped nearly twice as many as ours!

As for Dyche. I'd take him before any of the last four managers you lot have had.

Keep looking up!!!!
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Danny Ings will follow on the path set by other Burnley 'stars' of the past in jumping at the first chance he gets to move to another club. In the summer he was heavily linked with a move to Bournemouth to reunite with his mentor Eddie Howe, and I dare say he would have been sold had the mighty Cherries made a cash offer. He might now get an even bigger move than Howe did. In 2011 it was Steven Fletcher, 2012 was Jay Rod, 2013 was Charlie Austin and 2014 will be Danny Ings. In relation to Jordan Rhodes it will cost potential buyers upwards of £10 million and £35k a week in wages to even have a chance of landing him. Not to mention that Blackburn have owners under no pressure to sell and who have the financial strength to resist bids if they wish. Burnley's track record at keeping hold of their assets is there for all to see. They can't. Some bottom end Premier League club (Palace/WBA/Sunderla nd) will test the water with a £3 million bid and £10k a week wages and Ings will be away for not much more than that. You take Ings' goals out of that team and there isn't much more to go at. Got to laugh at Sean Dyche with his 'holier than thou' speeches. Reminiscent of the Owen Coyle claptrap. Its as though he's quite content with the club cashing in on their prized assets whilst he attempts to make a name for himself in management. We all know that he wouldn't be at Burnley had he had offers from any other club, and if Burnley remain close to where they are now Dyche will be off too.[/p][/quote]It's true we are a selling club, have been since I started supporting 50 odd years ago. But the fact is, at least we are producing players that we can sell. As far as 'Gary' Rhodes is concerned, he will be off in January, especially if he is still carrying the other dead beats and for a lot less than £10 million. Take his goals out of Blackburn's season and you would be even lower than you are now. He has scored half your goals. Danny's goals account for about one third of ours. Your also forgetting your leaky defence. It has shipped nearly twice as many as ours! As for Dyche. I'd take him before any of the last four managers you lot have had. Keep looking up!!!! claret813

12:00am Sat 14 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Give_Kean_A_Chance wrote:
FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?
Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is
Have u ever watched either of them play? I guess not by that statement
Yup. Rhodes is worth three times what austin is. You will find this out soon enough. Have you ever watched a player with your claret and blue glasses removed ? Rohdes has more to his game than austin and is a bettter all round player. Its like when we had Jones, we knew he was special too. It was only you monkeys who slated him. Because you know nothing.
[quote][p][bold]Give_Kean_A_Chance[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Lets deal with facts shall we. First off, contrary to some of the hopeful drivel that appears on Burnley stories from Rovers fans, has anybody seen, anywhere at all any story suggesting that Ings wants to leave the club? Ings is probably far more content at the moment than Rhodes is at Bollywood. He at least has a sniff of a chance of playing in the prem if he stays, unlike Rhode's no chance at all. He is at a club that people are currently looking at with respect and admiration for what they have done so far, as opposed a club that the football world is laughing at. The board have, for those among the Blue half that don't know, already stated that the club don't have to sell at the moment. So there is no urgency to get rid of him, again unlike Rovers who are crippled with debt. Indeed, getting rid of Ings at this point would be bad business because there is far more to be gained from promotion than the short term gain from selling a major player. Finally, did I see some Rovers fool saying that Rhodes would cost whoever buys him 10 million? What utter tosh!! Most clubs are not as stupidly run as yours and wouldn't pay that kind of money. Austin went to QPR for around 3-4 million (albeit with an injury problem) and look at what he's doing there at the moment. Do you really believe in your wildest dream that someone would be foolish enough to pay around 3 times as much for a player who is, at best, no better than Austin?[/p][/quote]Of course ings wants to leave, otherwise he'd have signed an extension. And yes Rohdes is worth three times what austin is[/p][/quote]Have u ever watched either of them play? I guess not by that statement[/p][/quote]Yup. Rhodes is worth three times what austin is. You will find this out soon enough. Have you ever watched a player with your claret and blue glasses removed ? Rohdes has more to his game than austin and is a bettter all round player. Its like when we had Jones, we knew he was special too. It was only you monkeys who slated him. Because you know nothing. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

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