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Rudy Gestede scored

Rudy Gestede scored

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A RUDY Gestede header on the stroke of half-time secured Rovers an ultimately hard-fought win which moved them up to eighth and kept them within two points of the play-off places.

Gary Bowyer’s side dominated the opening period and, with better finishing, would have been further in front at the interval.

But relegation-threatened Doncaster fought back after the restart and they would have snatched a point at the death had it not been for the heroics of Paul Robinson.

Rovers, bubbling with confidence after their impressive performance and result against Manchester City in the FA Cup, started brightly and could and should have been ahead inside the first 15 minutes.

The first of three chances in quick succession fell to Tom Cairney after Gestede held the ball up well and popped it into the path of the onrushing midfielder, who dragged his 20-yard effort wide.

Cairney, who has made it his aim to add more goals to his game, had the perfect opportunity to make up for the miss moments later.

But after Ben Marshall – who was excellent in the first half – skipped past Luke McCullough and pulled the ball back into the danger area Cairney somehow skied over from eight yards with the goal at his mercy.

Cairney, running the game from his initial starting point on the right side of midfield, went about making amends.

He spread the ball out wide to Marshall whose cross from the left was flicked over by recalled top scorer Jordan Rhodes when it appeared that Gestede, lurking behind, was better placed to head home.

Rovers then had a penalty appeal turned down after Lee Williamson swapped passes with the influential Cairney and appeared to be pulled down just inside the box by Bongani Khumalo.

Donny, looking every inch a team on an eight-match winless run in all competitions, briefly threatened when Harry Forester skewed a shot wide from 20 yards.

But after Marshall cut inside and tested Ross Turnbull for the first time with a swerving, dipping drive from 30 yards, Rovers forged ahead in added time.

Rhodes chased down a ball over the top and stood it up to the back post for his strike-partner Gestede to power home his first goal for the club at Ewood Park.

Rhodes stung the hands of Turnbull at the start of the second half with a 20-yard snap-shot.

But it was Doncaster – transformed from the side that had traipsed down the tunnel at the break – who were doing most of the pressing.

Robinson was forced to tip over a James Coppinger cross-shot while man-of-the-match Grant Hanley, on more than one occasion, was required to make brave and timely blocks.

Rovers were coming under the cosh and boss Bowyer attempted to wrestle back some control by introducing the fit-again David Dunn for Gestede.

But the game remained finely balanced and the spirited visitors would have equalised in the four minutes of injury-time had it not been for the returning Robinson.

After a mix up between the former England number one and skipper Scott Dann led to a corner, Robinson redeemed himself with a superb point-blank range save from substitute Alex Peterson’s header.

Robinson, playing only his second game after 13 months on the sidelines, then made a more straightforward but nonetheless vital stop from Richie Wellens after the Rovers defence appealed in vain for an offside flag.

Rovers: Robinson, Henley, Dann, Hanley, Spurr, Cairney (Taylor 77), Lowe, Williamson, Marshall, Gestede (Dunn 72), Rhodes (Campbell 84). Subs not used: Eastwood, Kilgallon, Rochina, Morris.

Booked: Lowe, Henley.

Goal: Gestede 45.

Doncaster: Turnbull, Stevens, McCullough (Cotterill 79), Khumalo, Meite, De Val, Wellens, Husband (Peterson 68), Forrester (Duffy 68), Coppinger, Brown. Subs not used: Maxted, Furman, Wakefield, Bennett.

Booked: Wellens, Meite, Husband, Khumalo.

Referee: Jeremy Simpson.

Attendance: 13,954 (829 away).

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5:19pm Sat 11 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega! RobH2O
  • Score: -40

5:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got.
Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait.
Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.
Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got. Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait. Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 24

5:33pm Sat 11 Jan 14

MatthewCA says...

Great Win, Cheers..............
. now Study for next match, don't ever relax keep the momentum up up up .

All the Best.
Great Win, Cheers.............. . now Study for next match, don't ever relax keep the momentum up up up . All the Best. MatthewCA
  • Score: 9

5:36pm Sat 11 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -44

5:38pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
See you in the play offs, because that's where we WILL both be at the end of the season.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]See you in the play offs, because that's where we WILL both be at the end of the season. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 13

5:42pm Sat 11 Jan 14

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

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got.
Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait.
Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.
You won 1-0 at Yeovil you escaped caldetstones patient.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got. Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait. Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.[/p][/quote]You won 1-0 at Yeovil you escaped caldetstones patient. You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: 18

5:46pm Sat 11 Jan 14

bluerob says...

I will take the 3 points, but got to be honest and say Doncaster were well worthy of a draw.

I cant understand why we are wasting our best midfielder by playing him on the right wing, we perform much better with Cairney in central Midfield.

First 4 names on the teamsheet should be Robinson, Hanley, Cairney and Rhodes down the central spine, then build the team around them.
I will take the 3 points, but got to be honest and say Doncaster were well worthy of a draw. I cant understand why we are wasting our best midfielder by playing him on the right wing, we perform much better with Cairney in central Midfield. First 4 names on the teamsheet should be Robinson, Hanley, Cairney and Rhodes down the central spine, then build the team around them. bluerob
  • Score: 39

5:46pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards. greenscreener
  • Score: 33

5:56pm Sat 11 Jan 14

j bee says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
venkys have 5 away out of next 8 with a drastic away record god help em today they were 1st and 2nd div players
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]venkys have 5 away out of next 8 with a drastic away record god help em today they were 1st and 2nd div players j bee
  • Score: -20

5:59pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Burnley59/60 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got.
Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait.
Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.
Whilst I pray Rovers win the Playoffs and both clubs get back to where they belong ,you will not be playing Burnley,this is our season,The Ginger one will not fail,the more I look at Our Gaffer The more,when I close my eyes, I see Harry Potts and I think you know what happend in May 1960. If you recall as I do Harry Potts RIP,and the lads made no mistake,all those years ago and nor will and Sean Dyche This time around Danny Ings reminds me very much of Brian Pilkington.As I said I want both clubs up but Im a real football fan are you ?
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got. Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait. Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.[/p][/quote]Whilst I pray Rovers win the Playoffs and both clubs get back to where they belong ,you will not be playing Burnley,this is our season,The Ginger one will not fail,the more I look at Our Gaffer The more,when I close my eyes, I see Harry Potts and I think you know what happend in May 1960. If you recall as I do Harry Potts RIP,and the lads made no mistake,all those years ago and nor will and Sean Dyche This time around Danny Ings reminds me very much of Brian Pilkington.As I said I want both clubs up but Im a real football fan are you ? Burnley59/60
  • Score: 8

5:59pm Sat 11 Jan 14

GAZHAY says...

Good 3 points again against a poor side but when will Bowyer learn. Playing Cairney on the wing is totally wrong. Lowe and Williamson together in the middle does not work. Please put Cairney in the middle.
Good 3 points again against a poor side but when will Bowyer learn. Playing Cairney on the wing is totally wrong. Lowe and Williamson together in the middle does not work. Please put Cairney in the middle. GAZHAY
  • Score: 32

6:05pm Sat 11 Jan 14

A Darener says...

I will settle for "scraping past"every team from now until the end of the season.
I will settle for "scraping past"every team from now until the end of the season. A Darener
  • Score: 17

6:16pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
I agree GS with every word, that right back was so poor I could have got past him,which I told several times in the first half..
But a win is a win!
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]I agree GS with every word, that right back was so poor I could have got past him,which I told several times in the first half.. But a win is a win! Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

6:21pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Angry From Accrington says...

Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude.
We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level.
I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack.
That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs.
Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen.
Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude. We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level. I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack. That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs. Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 16

6:22pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
What an absolute c0ck you are. It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own shower of **** play as I don't think you have ever been to Turd Hoar. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own **** forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
Oh dear, someone's having a bad day in Shadsworth aren't they?

How's your neck Mungo?

Must be awful to watch the number of games remaining go down week after week and to still be so far behind the Clarets.

13 points from what I heard.

I can just picture you in you filthy flea-pit delighted that your team has scraped a win against a shocking Doncaster side that's destined for League One, there you are, dribbling and gurning while listening to the results on t'wireless only to hear that last heart-breaking result that once again sends you into a fit of rage, punching the walls and biting yourself.

13 points and counting....
You have won nothing yet in the real world, but you do not live in reality do you!

35 YEARS AND COUNTING……...
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]What an absolute c0ck you are. It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own shower of **** play as I don't think you have ever been to Turd Hoar. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own **** forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Oh dear, someone's having a bad day in Shadsworth aren't they? How's your neck Mungo? Must be awful to watch the number of games remaining go down week after week and to still be so far behind the Clarets. 13 points from what I heard. I can just picture you in you filthy flea-pit delighted that your team has scraped a win against a shocking Doncaster side that's destined for League One, there you are, dribbling and gurning while listening to the results on t'wireless only to hear that last heart-breaking result that once again sends you into a fit of rage, punching the walls and biting yourself. 13 points and counting....[/p][/quote]You have won nothing yet in the real world, but you do not live in reality do you! 35 YEARS AND COUNTING……... Dingleslayer
  • Score: 8

6:35pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
Still 21 games to go and Ings and Trippier will be gone by the end of the month.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]Still 21 games to go and Ings and Trippier will be gone by the end of the month. Tatts
  • Score: 3

6:40pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength. Tatts
  • Score: 16

6:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May Wild Rover
  • Score: 11

6:46pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in. Tatts
  • Score: 8

6:56pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end. Tatts
  • Score: 6

7:09pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!! Dingleslayer
  • Score: 5

7:09pm Sat 11 Jan 14

jim 2012 says...

RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team
the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers jim 2012
  • Score: 8

7:28pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Riverside 7 says...

I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;-

1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3?

2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right?

3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home?

Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over.
As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right.

Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win.

GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan).

Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.
I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;- 1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3? 2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right? 3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home? Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over. As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right. Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win. GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan). Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing. Riverside 7
  • Score: 13

7:45pm Sat 11 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots. RobH2O
  • Score: -4

8:02pm Sat 11 Jan 14

roversammo says...

Please comment below, any one who thinks cairney should have been moved wide for Lowe after the performance v Leeds?????? That game would have been over after half an hour today with cairney pulling the strings. Don't get me wrong, a win is a win, well done lads, but Williamson and Lowe in midfield is so uncreative its unreal!
Please comment below, any one who thinks cairney should have been moved wide for Lowe after the performance v Leeds?????? That game would have been over after half an hour today with cairney pulling the strings. Don't get me wrong, a win is a win, well done lads, but Williamson and Lowe in midfield is so uncreative its unreal! roversammo
  • Score: 17

8:05pm Sat 11 Jan 14

steve18gls says...

RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Yeah, 13,100 is a family get together in burnley as you are all interbred. HA ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Yeah, 13,100 is a family get together in burnley as you are all interbred. HA ha ha ha steve18gls
  • Score: 6

8:07pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Bazzer says...

Riverside 7 wrote:
I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;-

1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3?

2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right?

3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home?

Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over.
As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right.

Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win.

GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan).

Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.
They do not give extra points for entertainment.
[quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;- 1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3? 2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right? 3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home? Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over. As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right. Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win. GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan). Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.[/p][/quote]They do not give extra points for entertainment. Bazzer
  • Score: 1

8:15pm Sat 11 Jan 14

baldie says...

roversammo wrote:
Please comment below, any one who thinks cairney should have been moved wide for Lowe after the performance v Leeds?????? That game would have been over after half an hour today with cairney pulling the strings. Don't get me wrong, a win is a win, well done lads, but Williamson and Lowe in midfield is so uncreative its unreal!
It is a strange one,although I did hear Taylor wasn't seen fit enough to start after a knock in training.
Good win today after an average performance,just needed to ram home the advantage early on.Always nervey at 1 0 but Robbo didn't have a shot to save til the 94th minute.
Gestede is a major plus,2 match winning goals and an assist from his last 3 games is a great return from someone who is yet to reach full fitness.
[quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: Please comment below, any one who thinks cairney should have been moved wide for Lowe after the performance v Leeds?????? That game would have been over after half an hour today with cairney pulling the strings. Don't get me wrong, a win is a win, well done lads, but Williamson and Lowe in midfield is so uncreative its unreal![/p][/quote]It is a strange one,although I did hear Taylor wasn't seen fit enough to start after a knock in training. Good win today after an average performance,just needed to ram home the advantage early on.Always nervey at 1 0 but Robbo didn't have a shot to save til the 94th minute. Gestede is a major plus,2 match winning goals and an assist from his last 3 games is a great return from someone who is yet to reach full fitness. baldie
  • Score: 12

8:29pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument. Tatts
  • Score: 6

8:50pm Sat 11 Jan 14

eddyo says...

Tatts wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest.
*
Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true.
*
And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.[/p][/quote]Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest. * Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true. * And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light. eddyo
  • Score: 5

8:59pm Sat 11 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock. RobH2O
  • Score: -5

9:12pm Sat 11 Jan 14

roversammo says...

RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.
You are one pathetic gimp.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.[/p][/quote]You are one pathetic gimp. roversammo
  • Score: 5

9:14pm Sat 11 Jan 14

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

Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids.

Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today.

Glass houses no dad, think before you post.
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids. Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today. Glass houses no dad, think before you post. You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -6

9:16pm Sat 11 Jan 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Hard fought win in the end as Gestede conitinues to make all the difference up front with his power and strength and Robbo pulling out a world class save at the death. We cannot complain at the effort and energy the team is displaying at the moment with fitness levels looking high also. Well done everybody.
Hard fought win in the end as Gestede conitinues to make all the difference up front with his power and strength and Robbo pulling out a world class save at the death. We cannot complain at the effort and energy the team is displaying at the moment with fitness levels looking high also. Well done everybody. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 10

9:19pm Sat 11 Jan 14

PN1995 says...

Another poor performance by the midfield. As everyone is saying Cairney needs to be first choice and then when fit again Corey Evans. Lowe very rarely tackles and just goes missing when you need him. I don't think Williamson had a great game, but at least you saw him trying to break things up in the second half. Did Lowe do anything? He needs to be dropped.
Another poor performance by the midfield. As everyone is saying Cairney needs to be first choice and then when fit again Corey Evans. Lowe very rarely tackles and just goes missing when you need him. I don't think Williamson had a great game, but at least you saw him trying to break things up in the second half. Did Lowe do anything? He needs to be dropped. PN1995
  • Score: 12

9:24pm Sat 11 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

roversammo wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.
You are one pathetic gimp.
Not two then? ;0)
[quote][p][bold]roversammo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.[/p][/quote]You are one pathetic gimp.[/p][/quote]Not two then? ;0) RobH2O
  • Score: 3

9:50pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids.

Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today.

Glass houses no dad, think before you post.
Hmmm, Put your third foot in it again I see. I edited my post because one of you turd loving gimps reported my original post and had it removed, because the truth hurts doesn't it? Again, You are not reading people's post's properly regarding my come-back comments on Yeovil. Mind you, I would not expect anything less coming from a retard that probably never seen his so-called team play.

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids. Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today. Glass houses no dad, think before you post.[/p][/quote]Hmmm, Put your third foot in it again I see. I edited my post because one of you turd loving gimps reported my original post and had it removed, because the truth hurts doesn't it? Again, You are not reading people's post's properly regarding my come-back comments on Yeovil. Mind you, I would not expect anything less coming from a retard that probably never seen his so-called team play. 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING………. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 3

10:16pm Sat 11 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -7

10:23pm Sat 11 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
But we're not 3rd and you're not 6th.

We're 2nd and in with a good shout of automatic promotion after proving we can mix it with the best in the league, and you are 8th, a massive 13 points and 16 goals worse off than us. You have a tough run of games coming up and with the teams around you starting to put some results together I think you'll struggle to finish in the top half.

Probably best to wind that pencil neck in Mungo.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]But we're not 3rd and you're not 6th. We're 2nd and in with a good shout of automatic promotion after proving we can mix it with the best in the league, and you are 8th, a massive 13 points and 16 goals worse off than us. You have a tough run of games coming up and with the teams around you starting to put some results together I think you'll struggle to finish in the top half. Probably best to wind that pencil neck in Mungo. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -10

10:32pm Sat 11 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -6

10:36pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me.
It depends where you draw the lines. Yes, Burnley on its own has a slightly smaller population than Blackburn, but Burnley and Pendle, which is more or less exclusively made up of Dingles, has a bigger population than Blackburn and Darwen, which is more or less exclusively made up of Rovers fans.

As you say, look it up if you don't believe me.

Back to what I was saying, if you want to argue a point then only do so from a position of strength. Otherwise you come across as being stupid.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me.[/p][/quote]It depends where you draw the lines. Yes, Burnley on its own has a slightly smaller population than Blackburn, but Burnley and Pendle, which is more or less exclusively made up of Dingles, has a bigger population than Blackburn and Darwen, which is more or less exclusively made up of Rovers fans. As you say, look it up if you don't believe me. Back to what I was saying, if you want to argue a point then only do so from a position of strength. Otherwise you come across as being stupid. Tatts
  • Score: 4

10:36pm Sat 11 Jan 14

owd nick says...

Lucky Rovers, should have been well clear in a dominant first half but were awful in the second, tactically GB got it wrong again, two holding players on midfield at home gave the midfield to Doncaster in the second half (not the first time I have said that) and if they had taken a point it would have been well deserved.

However, we have played much better than that this season and lost, sometimes you have to win ugly, and in this instance 3 points was all that mattered at the end of the day.

If we play like that against Forest and Derby though we will get slaughtered.
Lucky Rovers, should have been well clear in a dominant first half but were awful in the second, tactically GB got it wrong again, two holding players on midfield at home gave the midfield to Doncaster in the second half (not the first time I have said that) and if they had taken a point it would have been well deserved. However, we have played much better than that this season and lost, sometimes you have to win ugly, and in this instance 3 points was all that mattered at the end of the day. If we play like that against Forest and Derby though we will get slaughtered. owd nick
  • Score: 4

10:40pm Sat 11 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

eddyo wrote:
Tatts wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest.
*
Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true.
*
And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.
So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two.

There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players.

Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now.

Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.
[quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.[/p][/quote]Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest. * Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true. * And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.[/p][/quote]So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two. There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players. Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now. Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions. greenscreener
  • Score: 13

10:45pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Tatts says...

greenscreener wrote:
eddyo wrote:
Tatts wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest.
*
Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true.
*
And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.
So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two.

There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players.

Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now.

Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.
I agree that Cairney and Evans should definitely make up the central pair when both fit. Not sure who would go the right though, probably Taylor.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.[/p][/quote]Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest. * Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true. * And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.[/p][/quote]So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two. There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players. Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now. Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.[/p][/quote]I agree that Cairney and Evans should definitely make up the central pair when both fit. Not sure who would go the right though, probably Taylor. Tatts
  • Score: 4

10:49pm Sat 11 Jan 14

CasBRFC says...

Tatts wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me.
It depends where you draw the lines. Yes, Burnley on its own has a slightly smaller population than Blackburn, but Burnley and Pendle, which is more or less exclusively made up of Dingles, has a bigger population than Blackburn and Darwen, which is more or less exclusively made up of Rovers fans.

As you say, look it up if you don't believe me.

Back to what I was saying, if you want to argue a point then only do so from a position of strength. Otherwise you come across as being stupid.
We luv u venkys - what kind of a person do you think you are?
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]It's a well known fact that per head of population Blackburn has more retards and imbeciles than any other football town or city in the country. Look it up if you don't believe me.[/p][/quote]It depends where you draw the lines. Yes, Burnley on its own has a slightly smaller population than Blackburn, but Burnley and Pendle, which is more or less exclusively made up of Dingles, has a bigger population than Blackburn and Darwen, which is more or less exclusively made up of Rovers fans. As you say, look it up if you don't believe me. Back to what I was saying, if you want to argue a point then only do so from a position of strength. Otherwise you come across as being stupid.[/p][/quote]We luv u venkys - what kind of a person do you think you are? CasBRFC
  • Score: 5

10:52pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik!
How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success?

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there.[/p][/quote]Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik! How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success? 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING………. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 4

11:47pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Dukes says...

A win is a Win.
A win is a Win. Dukes
  • Score: 10

12:49am Sun 12 Jan 14

Angry From Accrington says...

Bazzer wrote:
Riverside 7 wrote:
I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;-

1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3?

2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right?

3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home?

Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over.
As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right.

Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win.

GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan).

Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.
They do not give extra points for entertainment.
But you lose points for conceeding in the latter stages as we could quite easily have done. We need to set up and play with more confidence and conviction and that means playing more creative options than Lowe and Williamson.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;- 1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3? 2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right? 3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home? Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over. As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right. Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win. GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan). Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.[/p][/quote]They do not give extra points for entertainment.[/p][/quote]But you lose points for conceeding in the latter stages as we could quite easily have done. We need to set up and play with more confidence and conviction and that means playing more creative options than Lowe and Williamson. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 5

1:12am Sun 12 Jan 14

Tashan90 says...

Dingleslayer wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids.

Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today.

Glass houses no dad, think before you post.
Hmmm, Put your third foot in it again I see. I edited my post because one of you turd loving gimps reported my original post and had it removed, because the truth hurts doesn't it? Again, You are not reading people's post's properly regarding my come-back comments on Yeovil. Mind you, I would not expect anything less coming from a retard that probably never seen his so-called team play.

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
'Shadsworth council bedsit in yellow y fronts' how can you judge somebody that you don't know like that? That is such an unintelligent and narrow-minded comment to come out with. You seem like such an angry and nasty person and to be honest I really couldn't care less about burnley and personally I would not waste my time commenting on an article which doesn't concern me. Come on Blackburn let's get into the playoffs and make Lancashire proud!
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I see you had to edit your post due to the torettes style rant you went off on. Typical no dad who can't keep his temper. I can just see you now stomping around your Shadsworth council bedsit in your yellow stained y fronts and spaghetti hoop stained string vest swigging cans of Stella while shouting and swearing at the championship league table, frightening your 7 kids. Yeovil are relegation fodder are they? I forgot that the no dads scraped a credible 1-0 win against Barcelona today. Glass houses no dad, think before you post.[/p][/quote]Hmmm, Put your third foot in it again I see. I edited my post because one of you turd loving gimps reported my original post and had it removed, because the truth hurts doesn't it? Again, You are not reading people's post's properly regarding my come-back comments on Yeovil. Mind you, I would not expect anything less coming from a retard that probably never seen his so-called team play. 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….[/p][/quote]'Shadsworth council bedsit in yellow y fronts' how can you judge somebody that you don't know like that? That is such an unintelligent and narrow-minded comment to come out with. You seem like such an angry and nasty person and to be honest I really couldn't care less about burnley and personally I would not waste my time commenting on an article which doesn't concern me. Come on Blackburn let's get into the playoffs and make Lancashire proud! Tashan90
  • Score: 7

1:38am Sun 12 Jan 14

azza234 says...

I don't understand some people they use to moan about we let in to many goals GB seems to have got the team sound in defence atm yeah it was 1.0 so what id take 1.0 over 5.4 any day and most burnley fan's on here 16 goal difference means nothing when we both finish in the playoffs after derby and qpr pass u in the table 1 defeat in 8 4 clean sheets id take that when u consider earlier in the season and wluv its people like u that gives football a bad name instead of stalking our team try actually turning up to yours.
I don't understand some people they use to moan about we let in to many goals GB seems to have got the team sound in defence atm yeah it was 1.0 so what id take 1.0 over 5.4 any day and most burnley fan's on here 16 goal difference means nothing when we both finish in the playoffs after derby and qpr pass u in the table 1 defeat in 8 4 clean sheets id take that when u consider earlier in the season and wluv its people like u that gives football a bad name instead of stalking our team try actually turning up to yours. azza234
  • Score: 4

1:44am Sun 12 Jan 14

azza234 says...

And rudy is showing that he was worth a shot in the team tas i wouldn't bother he lives in a fantasy world all on his own where he seems to think climbing the league table is falling down the league table.
And rudy is showing that he was worth a shot in the team tas i wouldn't bother he lives in a fantasy world all on his own where he seems to think climbing the league table is falling down the league table. azza234
  • Score: 1

6:26am Sun 12 Jan 14

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

Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik!
How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success?

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there.[/p][/quote]Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik! How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success? 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….[/p][/quote]Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear. You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -4

6:26am Sun 12 Jan 14

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

Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik!
How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success?

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there.[/p][/quote]Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik! How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success? 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….[/p][/quote]Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear. You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -5

8:08am Sun 12 Jan 14

hasslem hasslem says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik!
How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success?

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.
fat finger syndrome - or fingers stuck together?

take a good look at yourself. your obsession with rovers is disturbing and you should seek medical and psychological help. try MIND as a starting point. not only being the most frequent poster on rovers pages --- you are on here at 6.30 on a sunday morning
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there.[/p][/quote]Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik! How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success? 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….[/p][/quote]Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.[/p][/quote]fat finger syndrome - or fingers stuck together? take a good look at yourself. your obsession with rovers is disturbing and you should seek medical and psychological help. try MIND as a starting point. not only being the most frequent poster on rovers pages --- you are on here at 6.30 on a sunday morning hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 2

8:59am Sun 12 Jan 14

roverstid says...

owd nick wrote:
Lucky Rovers, should have been well clear in a dominant first half but were awful in the second, tactically GB got it wrong again, two holding players on midfield at home gave the midfield to Doncaster in the second half (not the first time I have said that) and if they had taken a point it would have been well deserved.

However, we have played much better than that this season and lost, sometimes you have to win ugly, and in this instance 3 points was all that mattered at the end of the day.

If we play like that against Forest and Derby though we will get slaughtered.
Its being said by everyone much the same and you hope GB's picked up on this too.

Yes a win is a win but just think how much confidence we could have taken to our next fixtures had we handed out a 3-0 tanking?

Wonder whether its just tactical gaffs or whether Bowyer wants to keep some of the players for the tougher fixtures, but hey we keep saying in GB we trust and we're going to have keep keeping the faith I guess.

Roll on City and I really really hope we don't hold back Rhodes for this one!

RTID.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Lucky Rovers, should have been well clear in a dominant first half but were awful in the second, tactically GB got it wrong again, two holding players on midfield at home gave the midfield to Doncaster in the second half (not the first time I have said that) and if they had taken a point it would have been well deserved. However, we have played much better than that this season and lost, sometimes you have to win ugly, and in this instance 3 points was all that mattered at the end of the day. If we play like that against Forest and Derby though we will get slaughtered.[/p][/quote]Its being said by everyone much the same and you hope GB's picked up on this too. Yes a win is a win but just think how much confidence we could have taken to our next fixtures had we handed out a 3-0 tanking? Wonder whether its just tactical gaffs or whether Bowyer wants to keep some of the players for the tougher fixtures, but hey we keep saying in GB we trust and we're going to have keep keeping the faith I guess. Roll on City and I really really hope we don't hold back Rhodes for this one! RTID. roverstid
  • Score: 6

10:49am Sun 12 Jan 14

j bee says...

wonder haw many rovers fans can tell me what was rovers best season ever for gates i was there
wonder haw many rovers fans can tell me what was rovers best season ever for gates i was there j bee
  • Score: -1

11:23am Sun 12 Jan 14

Burnley59/60 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team
the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers
Very well put mate another fellow real football fan as I said I want BOTH EAST LANCS CLUBS where they belong and an end to a bunch of greedy foreign parasites in charge of one of them,I wish both sets of fans could see the bigger picture.Gb is not a bad manager at all but your lot need rid of Venkys and fast, some of our lot sit and laugh but they are fools,yes Im 100% Claret but I remember some Rovers mates of mine wishing us luck in 87 against Orient,these lads were and are real fans I like the Banter but when I see idiots like Mr Potter for us and Im sure Rovers have the same it makes me fume for example Ronnie Clayton was A GRAND PLAYER and back then no claret fan would have said otherwise and The Rovers fans Respected our great players like Jimmy Mac etc enough of my rant and good luck to Rovers from a Claret and a true fan
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers[/p][/quote]Very well put mate another fellow real football fan as I said I want BOTH EAST LANCS CLUBS where they belong and an end to a bunch of greedy foreign parasites in charge of one of them,I wish both sets of fans could see the bigger picture.Gb is not a bad manager at all but your lot need rid of Venkys and fast, some of our lot sit and laugh but they are fools,yes Im 100% Claret but I remember some Rovers mates of mine wishing us luck in 87 against Orient,these lads were and are real fans I like the Banter but when I see idiots like Mr Potter for us and Im sure Rovers have the same it makes me fume for example Ronnie Clayton was A GRAND PLAYER and back then no claret fan would have said otherwise and The Rovers fans Respected our great players like Jimmy Mac etc enough of my rant and good luck to Rovers from a Claret and a true fan Burnley59/60
  • Score: 13

11:30am Sun 12 Jan 14

Bazzer says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team
the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers
Very well put mate another fellow real football fan as I said I want BOTH EAST LANCS CLUBS where they belong and an end to a bunch of greedy foreign parasites in charge of one of them,I wish both sets of fans could see the bigger picture.Gb is not a bad manager at all but your lot need rid of Venkys and fast, some of our lot sit and laugh but they are fools,yes Im 100% Claret but I remember some Rovers mates of mine wishing us luck in 87 against Orient,these lads were and are real fans I like the Banter but when I see idiots like Mr Potter for us and Im sure Rovers have the same it makes me fume for example Ronnie Clayton was A GRAND PLAYER and back then no claret fan would have said otherwise and The Rovers fans Respected our great players like Jimmy Mac etc enough of my rant and good luck to Rovers from a Claret and a true fan
Spot on. And the Clarets performance this year should give heart to Rovers for our future now we are in the post Jack Walker days.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]if you get dragged back into the playoffs then you'r 13 point gap will be pointless you are picking a fight with the wrong team the gap you need to keep an eye on is Q P R not rovers[/p][/quote]Very well put mate another fellow real football fan as I said I want BOTH EAST LANCS CLUBS where they belong and an end to a bunch of greedy foreign parasites in charge of one of them,I wish both sets of fans could see the bigger picture.Gb is not a bad manager at all but your lot need rid of Venkys and fast, some of our lot sit and laugh but they are fools,yes Im 100% Claret but I remember some Rovers mates of mine wishing us luck in 87 against Orient,these lads were and are real fans I like the Banter but when I see idiots like Mr Potter for us and Im sure Rovers have the same it makes me fume for example Ronnie Clayton was A GRAND PLAYER and back then no claret fan would have said otherwise and The Rovers fans Respected our great players like Jimmy Mac etc enough of my rant and good luck to Rovers from a Claret and a true fan[/p][/quote]Spot on. And the Clarets performance this year should give heart to Rovers for our future now we are in the post Jack Walker days. Bazzer
  • Score: 7

12:28pm Sun 12 Jan 14

xsblue says...

great result, 3 points was the object, 3 points achieved, i don`t know how many of you on here ever played football, but in my experience a poor side brings out the worst in you and a good side the best, which has been perfectly shown over the last 2 games, lets hope city have an off day on wednesday, C O Y B.
great result, 3 points was the object, 3 points achieved, i don`t know how many of you on here ever played football, but in my experience a poor side brings out the worst in you and a good side the best, which has been perfectly shown over the last 2 games, lets hope city have an off day on wednesday, C O Y B. xsblue
  • Score: 5

1:07pm Sun 12 Jan 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
Great post sweetheart. You're wasted as troll, you should consider going into the worlds worst banter/wind up merchant market - you'd make a fortune....
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]Great post sweetheart. You're wasted as troll, you should consider going into the worlds worst banter/wind up merchant market - you'd make a fortune.... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 9

1:33pm Sun 12 Jan 14

The Epicurian says...

RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.
Are you really that stupid?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.[/p][/quote]Are you really that stupid? The Epicurian
  • Score: 6

2:32pm Sun 12 Jan 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

The Epicurian wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Tatts wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1.

Mega!
Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.
I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.
But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.
Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.
Are you really that stupid?
Try to forget the per head of population matey. It may well have convinced your mind that Burnley are the best supported club in the universe (as you all seem to think) but the large asian population of both towns (Blackburn in particular with a much a much larger asian population) blows those figures to bits because less than 1% of asian people chose to support teams.

Just because everyone in Burnley has some tacky car sticker, air freshener, mini kit, tattoo, shirt, scarf, hat, onesie, y-fronts or training jacket from 1991 with fag burns in it, doesn't mean you're as well supported as you like to think.
[quote][p][bold]The Epicurian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: It's a win. Don't knock it! Leave that to us! You fluked it apparently. 13,100 crowd aka family get together! Still 13 point gap lads. In your cases that's the thumbs and fingers on both hands plus 1. Mega![/p][/quote]Why do you mention the attendance when it's higher than what you get? Here's a tip, if you want to have a go at us then say something where you're coming from a position of strength.[/p][/quote]I did. Thicko. Try again. This time joint the dots.[/p][/quote]But we've had higher average attendances than you in each season for the last 30-odd years, including this season. Did you go to Towneley? Or Barden perhaps? Either way you ought to raise a complaint, as you lack both basic numeracy skills and the ability to put forward a coherent argument.[/p][/quote]Hello. Anyone in? Per head of population (Mr Myth) . Hello hello knock knock.[/p][/quote]Are you really that stupid?[/p][/quote]Try to forget the per head of population matey. It may well have convinced your mind that Burnley are the best supported club in the universe (as you all seem to think) but the large asian population of both towns (Blackburn in particular with a much a much larger asian population) blows those figures to bits because less than 1% of asian people chose to support teams. Just because everyone in Burnley has some tacky car sticker, air freshener, mini kit, tattoo, shirt, scarf, hat, onesie, y-fronts or training jacket from 1991 with fag burns in it, doesn't mean you're as well supported as you like to think. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 9

3:13pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Mill Hill Mob says...

xsblue wrote:
great result, 3 points was the object, 3 points achieved, i don`t know how many of you on here ever played football, but in my experience a poor side brings out the worst in you and a good side the best, which has been perfectly shown over the last 2 games, lets hope city have an off day on wednesday, C O Y B.
Exactly! You're clearly a football man. One of the most sensible posts on this thread. You can only beat what's in front of you. Any idiot who says "we should be smashing teams like Doncaster" are living in a dream world. It doesn't work like that in any league! A win is a win, and 3 points is 3 points. Goal difference is a nice to have and by the end of the season is unlikely to make a difference between play-offs and 7th.

Doncaster didn't "nearly get a point" or "deserve a point". You reap what you sow in this league, no such thing as luck.
[quote][p][bold]xsblue[/bold] wrote: great result, 3 points was the object, 3 points achieved, i don`t know how many of you on here ever played football, but in my experience a poor side brings out the worst in you and a good side the best, which has been perfectly shown over the last 2 games, lets hope city have an off day on wednesday, C O Y B.[/p][/quote]Exactly! You're clearly a football man. One of the most sensible posts on this thread. You can only beat what's in front of you. Any idiot who says "we should be smashing teams like Doncaster" are living in a dream world. It doesn't work like that in any league! A win is a win, and 3 points is 3 points. Goal difference is a nice to have and by the end of the season is unlikely to make a difference between play-offs and 7th. Doncaster didn't "nearly get a point" or "deserve a point". You reap what you sow in this league, no such thing as luck. Mill Hill Mob
  • Score: 4

3:36pm Sun 12 Jan 14

dangerous dave says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude.
We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level.
I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack.
That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs.
Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen.
You are a real pratt!!! Normal service resumed again hanging on for a result against a very poor team and a real knocking to come this week i think which will confirm the gap between gb s team and the premiership. So forget your comments about the glitterballs just put your head back in the bucket if you can find one big enough
Out with the cowboys and indians
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude. We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level. I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack. That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs. Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen.[/p][/quote]You are a real pratt!!! Normal service resumed again hanging on for a result against a very poor team and a real knocking to come this week i think which will confirm the gap between gb s team and the premiership. So forget your comments about the glitterballs just put your head back in the bucket if you can find one big enough Out with the cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: -4

3:43pm Sun 12 Jan 14

stefjam says...

Bazzer wrote:
Riverside 7 wrote:
I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;-

1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3?

2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right?

3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home?

Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over.
As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right.

Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win.

GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan).

Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.
They do not give extra points for entertainment.
there is me thinking football was supposed to be entertaining! why do you go ? you pay hard earned money to overpayed prime donnas for what?
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;- 1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3? 2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right? 3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home? Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over. As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right. Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win. GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan). Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.[/p][/quote]They do not give extra points for entertainment.[/p][/quote]there is me thinking football was supposed to be entertaining! why do you go ? you pay hard earned money to overpayed prime donnas for what? stefjam
  • Score: 2

4:09pm Sun 12 Jan 14

2014 and a stadium with wood seats? says...

Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
Wluv tell me this.... do you go to your home games???...I think we all know the answer don't we....if you went you would go on your own,sit on your own go home on your own....lets face it you are too childish and sad to have friends and your own family.... such is your pitiful existence on this planet
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Wluv tell me this.... do you go to your home games???...I think we all know the answer don't we....if you went you would go on your own,sit on your own go home on your own....lets face it you are too childish and sad to have friends and your own family.... such is your pitiful existence on this planet 2014 and a stadium with wood seats?
  • Score: 2

4:18pm Sun 12 Jan 14

owd nick says...

greenscreener wrote:
eddyo wrote:
Tatts wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest.
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Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true.
*
And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.
So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two.

There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players.

Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now.

Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.
Agree Greenie, Lowe is nailed on for that central midfield defensive role, and that's where Williamson wants to play, both in the team leave a big hole in the middle that should be filled by Cairney, but he is stuck out on the fringes to accommodate Williamson.

Doesn't make sense, we played a totally different system against Leeds and Man City, a system that worked, why revert back to the "old" system that invites your opponents to attack you?

We have to be better than that if we want to move forward, Doncaster were happy to simply spoil until we scored, we allowed them to play in the second half with our tactics, that shouldn't happen.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.[/p][/quote]Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest. * Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true. * And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.[/p][/quote]So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two. There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players. Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now. Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.[/p][/quote]Agree Greenie, Lowe is nailed on for that central midfield defensive role, and that's where Williamson wants to play, both in the team leave a big hole in the middle that should be filled by Cairney, but he is stuck out on the fringes to accommodate Williamson. Doesn't make sense, we played a totally different system against Leeds and Man City, a system that worked, why revert back to the "old" system that invites your opponents to attack you? We have to be better than that if we want to move forward, Doncaster were happy to simply spoil until we scored, we allowed them to play in the second half with our tactics, that shouldn't happen. owd nick
  • Score: 3

4:46pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

5:17pm Sun 12 Jan 14

keanoutofrovers says...

owd nick wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
eddyo wrote:
Tatts wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second.

I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team.

Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time.

Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves.

Onwards and upwards.
Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.
Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest.
*
Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true.
*
And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.
So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two.

There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players.

Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now.

Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.
Agree Greenie, Lowe is nailed on for that central midfield defensive role, and that's where Williamson wants to play, both in the team leave a big hole in the middle that should be filled by Cairney, but he is stuck out on the fringes to accommodate Williamson.

Doesn't make sense, we played a totally different system against Leeds and Man City, a system that worked, why revert back to the "old" system that invites your opponents to attack you?

We have to be better than that if we want to move forward, Doncaster were happy to simply spoil until we scored, we allowed them to play in the second half with our tactics, that shouldn't happen.
Shouldn't be long before Evans is back and he should be filling the defensive midfield role partnering Cairney who is out of position on the wing. Marshall is looking a little better and along with Taylor, Rochina, King and 60 minutes worth of Dunn we should be able to fill the other role.

Got what we needed yesterday with an excellent first 45 minutes but what happened after half time ? Gestede looked much better than I expected he would be so things looking up still. Bifg two games coming up against Forest and Derby. 3/4 points and we could really be in with a shout.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: 3 points, nothing more, nothing less. A commanding first half and a rearguard action in the second. I said at the beginning of the week I would not be happy to see Lowe and Williamson restored to the team and, as I thought, it invited them to come out and play in our half. If Taylor and or King had been fully fit I would expect Cairney in the middle because I still believe we need his control there. I think Williamson has little more than rugby tackles to offer this team. Great goal by Rudy, who still isn't 100% fit, I though he and Rhodes look like they will make things happen. Marshall slaughtered their right back all afternoon, but we didn't have the luck or the quality to have it wrapped up by half time. Still find GBs substitutions too late and too conservative but he's the boss and he delivered the points today, although I think he needs to buy Robbo a drink tonight for a couple of excellent saves. Onwards and upwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh on Williamson. For me, he's worth his place. He's good on the ball and get's stuck in.[/p][/quote]Football is all about opinions, but Williamson always plays the easy ball and I have never seen him get stuck in. He is a lightweight and cannot dominate his space, and with Lowe alongside him we are very weak. Neither of them can read the game and close down a move, whilst going forward they are clueless. I find it painful to watch the pair to be honest. * Yes, Lowe did 1 good forward pass in the 2nd half but that is not enough. Harsh words, but true. * And after today's performance I am not convinced that GB has seen the light.[/p][/quote]So my original point was that as a central pairing they are too defensive and offer little going forward. It was again evident today that when TC came in off the wing he was spraying the ball around more confidently than these two. There is however, in some games, a role for a utilitarian midfield player who can sit in front of the central defenders, close down the opposition and simply move the ball to our more creative players. Given that is the choice I think Lowe is a better option than Williamson, he shows more ability and fitness and above all bleeds blue and white. He's 22 with over 100 games at premier and championship level and is still improving under Bowyer. Williamson is a well travelled lower league journeyman who is the wrong side of 30 and is unlikely to get better than the grafter he is now. Personally I think Cairney and Evans could be the best central pair eventually, but, as the man said, it is all about opinions.[/p][/quote]Agree Greenie, Lowe is nailed on for that central midfield defensive role, and that's where Williamson wants to play, both in the team leave a big hole in the middle that should be filled by Cairney, but he is stuck out on the fringes to accommodate Williamson. Doesn't make sense, we played a totally different system against Leeds and Man City, a system that worked, why revert back to the "old" system that invites your opponents to attack you? We have to be better than that if we want to move forward, Doncaster were happy to simply spoil until we scored, we allowed them to play in the second half with our tactics, that shouldn't happen.[/p][/quote]Shouldn't be long before Evans is back and he should be filling the defensive midfield role partnering Cairney who is out of position on the wing. Marshall is looking a little better and along with Taylor, Rochina, King and 60 minutes worth of Dunn we should be able to fill the other role. Got what we needed yesterday with an excellent first 45 minutes but what happened after half time ? Gestede looked much better than I expected he would be so things looking up still. Bifg two games coming up against Forest and Derby. 3/4 points and we could really be in with a shout. keanoutofrovers
  • Score: 4

6:11pm Sun 12 Jan 14

owd nick says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins.

I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins. I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box. owd nick
  • Score: 0

6:46pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

owd nick wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins.

I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box.
Hi Nick
Didn't mean agro from you but with all the rovers fans argueing with the Dingles, yeh second half was poor, was this down to GB not playing 4-3-3 which has been so successful I don't know, we all think we know best but GB is doing fine for me, I would like him to be a bit more positive at times but playing the Dingles in the play offs at Wembley will do me for this season.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins. I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box.[/p][/quote]Hi Nick Didn't mean agro from you but with all the rovers fans argueing with the Dingles, yeh second half was poor, was this down to GB not playing 4-3-3 which has been so successful I don't know, we all think we know best but GB is doing fine for me, I would like him to be a bit more positive at times but playing the Dingles in the play offs at Wembley will do me for this season. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -1

6:49pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.
Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas.....

Oh dear, we're still up there.
Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik!
How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success?

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….
Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.
Is that your best come-back you clown? Posting comments on your superior neighbours forum at 6:26am? What a life you must have! You have been ripped dingle so live with it, just like your so-called mighty PROMOTED cup winning team has to live with the fact that you have not beaten your envious neighbours for 35 years!!

35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING AND LAUGHING!……….
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]I guarantee that there will soon be a day when WLUV no longer comments on this site. History has taught me that even though the Dingles have the occasional decent spell, it always ends up turning sour for them in the end.[/p][/quote]Do you mean like last season, when we laughed at you morons finishing 17th, only avoiding the drop into League One on the last day of the season.. that didn't turn sour for us. This season hasn't either, but as you lot have been saying since early October, it's early days, let's see where we are at Christmas..... Oh dear, we're still up there.[/p][/quote]Finishing 17th is a far cry from hanging onto the football league with your 2 fingernails, or have you forgot? You are consuming far to much evo-stik! How can a to55er like you with nothing but imaginary cups in the turd trophy cabinet think finishing above his envious rivals once is a success? 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING……….[/p][/quote]Funny you should mention Evostick because that's the league you're gonna end up in once the Venkys withdraw their money and dissappear.[/p][/quote]Is that your best come-back you clown? Posting comments on your superior neighbours forum at 6:26am? What a life you must have! You have been ripped dingle so live with it, just like your so-called mighty PROMOTED cup winning team has to live with the fact that you have not beaten your envious neighbours for 35 years!! 35 YEARS AND ALWAYS COUNTING AND LAUGHING!………. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 0

7:46pm Sun 12 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O) RobH2O
  • Score: 0

7:53pm Sun 12 Jan 14

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

RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Can he count? can he b@llox!

He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!!

I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!!
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Can he count? can he b@llox! He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!! I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!! You're not mugging me off that easily
  • Score: -3

7:57pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Rob, Is there something in your H20?
You have not beaten the mighty blues in 35 years, FACT!
It does not matter how you RELEVANTLY want to paper over the cracks with 'it's only 8 fixtures'.
If you can't take the effective banter, then do us all a favour and go and make your first post on your own graveyard forum.
I am more than sure you will not be missed on here.

35 YEARS, ALWAYS COUNTING AND NOW STARTING TO LMFAO……..
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Rob, Is there something in your H20? You have not beaten the mighty blues in 35 years, FACT! It does not matter how you RELEVANTLY want to paper over the cracks with 'it's only 8 fixtures'. If you can't take the effective banter, then do us all a favour and go and make your first post on your own graveyard forum. I am more than sure you will not be missed on here. 35 YEARS, ALWAYS COUNTING AND NOW STARTING TO LMFAO…….. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 1

8:06pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Can he count? can he b@llox!

He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!!

I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!!
You might be better off saving up to go and watch your own team play for the first time. It will be the ramshack that's called the Turd, you know, the park where you gimps and your dogs foul with the wooden seating!
Mind you, It will take a long time to save up with you being a dole dossing deadbeat glue sniffer, who cannot seem to prize himself away from his envious neighbours forum, even at 6.26am on a Sunday morning!!!
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Can he count? can he b@llox! He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!! I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!![/p][/quote]You might be better off saving up to go and watch your own team play for the first time. It will be the ramshack that's called the Turd, you know, the park where you gimps and your dogs foul with the wooden seating! Mind you, It will take a long time to save up with you being a dole dossing deadbeat glue sniffer, who cannot seem to prize himself away from his envious neighbours forum, even at 6.26am on a Sunday morning!!! Dingleslayer
  • Score: 0

8:21pm Sun 12 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Dingleslayer wrote:
You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Can he count? can he b@llox!

He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!!

I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!!
You might be better off saving up to go and watch your own team play for the first time. It will be the ramshack that's called the Turd, you know, the park where you gimps and your dogs foul with the wooden seating!
Mind you, It will take a long time to save up with you being a dole dossing deadbeat glue sniffer, who cannot seem to prize himself away from his envious neighbours forum, even at 6.26am on a Sunday morning!!!
You're not exactly a class act are you! You wrote, and I quote, "...you..who cannot seem to prize himself from his envious neighbour's forum.." So you are his neighbour and you are envious! You just might be a complete and utter numpty, also known as a Whoavers fan!
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Can he count? can he b@llox! He thinks they won 3-0 at Yeovil only 3 weeks ago!!!!! I'm gonna save up and buy him a trip to a special clinic in Switzerland. Only a one way ticket!!![/p][/quote]You might be better off saving up to go and watch your own team play for the first time. It will be the ramshack that's called the Turd, you know, the park where you gimps and your dogs foul with the wooden seating! Mind you, It will take a long time to save up with you being a dole dossing deadbeat glue sniffer, who cannot seem to prize himself away from his envious neighbours forum, even at 6.26am on a Sunday morning!!![/p][/quote]You're not exactly a class act are you! You wrote, and I quote, "...you..who cannot seem to prize himself from his envious neighbour's forum.." So you are his neighbour and you are envious! You just might be a complete and utter numpty, also known as a Whoavers fan! RobH2O
  • Score: -2

9:01pm Sun 12 Jan 14

roverstid says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins.

I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box.
Hi Nick
Didn't mean agro from you but with all the rovers fans argueing with the Dingles, yeh second half was poor, was this down to GB not playing 4-3-3 which has been so successful I don't know, we all think we know best but GB is doing fine for me, I would like him to be a bit more positive at times but playing the Dingles in the play offs at Wembley will do me for this season.
I believe its because before Christmas they smelt blood at the derby and now all they can smell is the taste of another year when at their strongest they are going to leave Ewood Park with 35 years ringing in their ears and they know it.

or is that 36? Doesn't really matter because Easily Mugged and Desai Lover won't be attending since they not real fans or attend matches. Even their own home games.

This Derby is going to be oh so sweet after what we've just gone through in the last few years as its our current form just keeps improving and we keep winning against all the odds that we were headed into oblivion at the start of the season.

RTID.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]No agro LP, just frustration, Doncaster should have been dead and buried after 30 mins. I am more than happy with GB and what he is trying to do but we are a lot better than our showing in the second half yesterday, we have to put teams like that away not be hanging on like grim death at the end, basically inviting them into our box.[/p][/quote]Hi Nick Didn't mean agro from you but with all the rovers fans argueing with the Dingles, yeh second half was poor, was this down to GB not playing 4-3-3 which has been so successful I don't know, we all think we know best but GB is doing fine for me, I would like him to be a bit more positive at times but playing the Dingles in the play offs at Wembley will do me for this season.[/p][/quote]I believe its because before Christmas they smelt blood at the derby and now all they can smell is the taste of another year when at their strongest they are going to leave Ewood Park with 35 years ringing in their ears and they know it. or is that 36? Doesn't really matter because Easily Mugged and Desai Lover won't be attending since they not real fans or attend matches. Even their own home games. This Derby is going to be oh so sweet after what we've just gone through in the last few years as its our current form just keeps improving and we keep winning against all the odds that we were headed into oblivion at the start of the season. RTID. roverstid
  • Score: 0

9:05pm Sun 12 Jan 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Why was it only 8 fixtures Roberto? Could it be because Rovers were either one or two divisions higher?

Just think, to match the enemy you have to go 35 years unbeaten, lift two big silver trophies and smash us 7-0 on aggregate in one season.

Not much to ask eh?

Fortunately, as you dingles apparently don't like to mention the past, you won't be using the last cup you won in 460BC as a rubbish retort to this post.

Credit where credits due though, you're having a good season & have (in my opinion) an excellent manager - but the Vulchers are circling and there's no loyalty in football.... just a thought
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Why was it only 8 fixtures Roberto? Could it be because Rovers were either one or two divisions higher? Just think, to match the enemy you have to go 35 years unbeaten, lift two big silver trophies and smash us 7-0 on aggregate in one season. Not much to ask eh? Fortunately, as you dingles apparently don't like to mention the past, you won't be using the last cup you won in 460BC as a rubbish retort to this post. Credit where credits due though, you're having a good season & have (in my opinion) an excellent manager - but the Vulchers are circling and there's no loyalty in football.... just a thought more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

9:10pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Your not exactly a class act yourself are you?

It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from.

Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle?

35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……..
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Your not exactly a class act yourself are you? It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from. Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle? 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO…….. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 0

10:28pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ?
Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas
13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit
Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May
But we're not 3rd and you're not 6th.

We're 2nd and in with a good shout of automatic promotion after proving we can mix it with the best in the league, and you are 8th, a massive 13 points and 16 goals worse off than us. You have a tough run of games coming up and with the teams around you starting to put some results together I think you'll struggle to finish in the top half.

Probably best to wind that pencil neck in Mungo.
Tough games ? There are no easy games in this division , if there were we would both have won 5-0 this weekend
Teams around us? We are THE team putting a run together, we have lost one in the last 8.
You are at it again.. empty comments with no thought behind them from an empty head
Struggle to finish in the top half?? Seriously? Yeah right, ok
See you in May, play offs, nailed on.

By the way readers, I posted this note with a couple of differences yesterday, the missing bits were a couple of fairly harmless digs at the Dingle troll WLUV
So why was iť removed I wonder? Seems like he cannot take it even though he tries to dish it
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]I love your inane and insane predictions WLUV, every week you say you can sense this or that disaster for Rovers. Has any of it happened? No ? Exactly , here we are JUST 2 points off the play offs. You said we would be relegated by Xmas 13 points counts for F'all between 3rd and 6th you lackwit Keep bragging though, it will make us laugh harder in May[/p][/quote]But we're not 3rd and you're not 6th. We're 2nd and in with a good shout of automatic promotion after proving we can mix it with the best in the league, and you are 8th, a massive 13 points and 16 goals worse off than us. You have a tough run of games coming up and with the teams around you starting to put some results together I think you'll struggle to finish in the top half. Probably best to wind that pencil neck in Mungo.[/p][/quote]Tough games ? There are no easy games in this division , if there were we would both have won 5-0 this weekend Teams around us? We are THE team putting a run together, we have lost one in the last 8. You are at it again.. empty comments with no thought behind them from an empty head Struggle to finish in the top half?? Seriously? Yeah right, ok See you in May, play offs, nailed on. By the way readers, I posted this note with a couple of differences yesterday, the missing bits were a couple of fairly harmless digs at the Dingle troll WLUV So why was iť removed I wonder? Seems like he cannot take it even though he tries to dish it Wild Rover
  • Score: 3

10:39pm Sun 12 Jan 14

burnleyglentoran says...

BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET


BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -32

11:04pm Sun 12 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Dingleslayer wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Your not exactly a class act yourself are you?

It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from.

Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle?

35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……..
You lack humour :O(
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Your not exactly a class act yourself are you? It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from. Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle? 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……..[/p][/quote]You lack humour :O( RobH2O
  • Score: -1

11:08pm Sun 12 Jan 14

2014 and a stadium with wood seats? says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
2014 and a stadium with wood seats? wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak.

Here is the latest no-dad reality check:

Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs.

Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets.

Never mind.
It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet……

35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!!
Wluv tell me this.... do you go to your home games???...I think we all know the answer don't we....if you went you would go on your own,sit on your own go home on your own....lets face it you are too childish and sad to have friends and your own family.... such is your pitiful existence on this planet
Drum roll please......and step forward yet another psychotic personality for.........flat t1ts fake villa shaved chimp bumhole.

I have to give you ten out of ten for the effort you put into this!
you paranoid Muppet..I'm not fVilla???.....so can you answer the question?
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2014 and a stadium with wood seats?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: From what I heard you lot were outplayed for the majority once again by relegation fodder Doncaster and only scraped to a win at home. A win is a win but the signs are looking grim for your upcoming trips to Man City and Nottingham Forest. I'm sensing a hiding is around the corner if League One quality Doncaster can make you look so weak. Here is the latest no-dad reality check: Before today you were 2 points adrift of the playoff's, today you are..... still 2 points adrift of the play offs. Before today you were 13 points behind the Clarets, today you are..... still 13 points behind the Clarets. Never mind.[/p][/quote]It's always "From what I heard" with you, even when your own so called MIGHTY team play as I don't think you have ever been to the Turd. Let me just remind you that you played relegation fodder YEOVIL TOWN, and scraped through 2-1. Have you had a look at the stats for that game? Thought not! A defeat at Man City is not a problem, you have got to be in it to WIN it! Are you still in it you six fingered clown? Isn't it amazing that you post on the ROVERS more than you post on your own forum? Your only claim to fame is that you finished above us last season so that's another imaginary CUP in your huge trophy cabinet…… 35 YEARS AND COUNTING!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Wluv tell me this.... do you go to your home games???...I think we all know the answer don't we....if you went you would go on your own,sit on your own go home on your own....lets face it you are too childish and sad to have friends and your own family.... such is your pitiful existence on this planet[/p][/quote]Drum roll please......and step forward yet another psychotic personality for.........flat t1ts fake villa shaved chimp bumhole. I have to give you ten out of ten for the effort you put into this![/p][/quote]you paranoid Muppet..I'm not fVilla???.....so can you answer the question? 2014 and a stadium with wood seats?
  • Score: 0

11:58pm Sun 12 Jan 14

jim 2012 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET


BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
the form table will tell you that blackburn rovers are TOP DOGS IN EAST LANCS 35 years is not a comfort blanket IT IS A FACT
TO BE TOP DOG YOU HAVE TO WIN SOMETHIG
the last time burnley won the league never mind 36 years try this
Burnley won the League title, 1960 64 years ago!!
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS[/p][/quote]the form table will tell you that blackburn rovers are TOP DOGS IN EAST LANCS 35 years is not a comfort blanket IT IS A FACT TO BE TOP DOG YOU HAVE TO WIN SOMETHIG the last time burnley won the league never mind 36 years try this Burnley won the League title, 1960 64 years ago!! jim 2012
  • Score: 0

2:39am Mon 13 Jan 14

Hairboy says...

Neill would be a handy "squad player"...... even if it's just for a half season. Being as he's desperate to return, why not sign him for minimum wage - 90 quid per week. I'm sure we can pass round the hat!
Neill would be a handy "squad player"...... even if it's just for a half season. Being as he's desperate to return, why not sign him for minimum wage - 90 quid per week. I'm sure we can pass round the hat! Hairboy
  • Score: -3

8:27am Mon 13 Jan 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude.
We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level.
I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack.
That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs.
Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen.
"Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart "

So would we with a more adventurous midfield. Can't understand GB on this.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: Three valuable points but not convincing and certainly not comfortable. Hard to believe that we were hanging on so desperately at the end against such a mediocre side. Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart but in the first half we simply did not take the chances we created. I don't like saying this but Ings or Bikes would have had a field day so Rhodes has to sharpen up and develop a more ruthless attitude. We collapsed in the second half with Lowe and Williamson proving, once again, that they are mediocre midfielders and barely good enough at this level. I make no apologies for these criticisms as I do believe that we are improving as a team but the overall improvement is exposing individual weaknesses. We lack creativity and composure in midfield. A fit Corry Evans has to replace Lowe and I still believe that we have to give Rochina the chance to add the sparkle that we lack. That said, it's another win, another banana skin avoided and another couple of points closer to the playoffs. Another disgraceful attendance as the Premier League Glitterballs continue to wait for our return without helping to make it happen.[/p][/quote]"Let's be honest, any of the top sides would have torn Doncaster apart " So would we with a more adventurous midfield. Can't understand GB on this. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

8:29am Mon 13 Jan 14

A Darener says...

GB's main aim on Saturday was to win. He won! End of!
GB's main aim on Saturday was to win. He won! End of! A Darener
  • Score: 9

10:30am Mon 13 Jan 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET


BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
BONLEH MOUTH FOAMING ASSOCIATION - CLINGING ON TO THE 15 MINUTES OF FAME COMFORT BLANKET

WHEYYYYYYYYYYYYYERS US DUNGAREES SHADRAC
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS[/p][/quote]BONLEH MOUTH FOAMING ASSOCIATION - CLINGING ON TO THE 15 MINUTES OF FAME COMFORT BLANKET WHEYYYYYYYYYYYYYERS US DUNGAREES SHADRAC more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 6

10:54am Mon 13 Jan 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Dingleslayer wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Rob, Is there something in your H20?
You have not beaten the mighty blues in 35 years, FACT!
It does not matter how you RELEVANTLY want to paper over the cracks with 'it's only 8 fixtures'.
If you can't take the effective banter, then do us all a favour and go and make your first post on your own graveyard forum.
I am more than sure you will not be missed on here.

35 YEARS, ALWAYS COUNTING AND NOW STARTING TO LMFAO……..
The reason why it's "only 8 fixtures" is for most of the time they were fighting to avoid going out of existence, and so being in the lower leagues weren't qualified to play us.
[quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Rob, Is there something in your H20? You have not beaten the mighty blues in 35 years, FACT! It does not matter how you RELEVANTLY want to paper over the cracks with 'it's only 8 fixtures'. If you can't take the effective banter, then do us all a favour and go and make your first post on your own graveyard forum. I am more than sure you will not be missed on here. 35 YEARS, ALWAYS COUNTING AND NOW STARTING TO LMFAO……..[/p][/quote]The reason why it's "only 8 fixtures" is for most of the time they were fighting to avoid going out of existence, and so being in the lower leagues weren't qualified to play us. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

11:01am Mon 13 Jan 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
GB's main aim on Saturday was to win. He won! End of!
But so easily could have lost 2 points at the death against a poor side. What would you have said then Darener?
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: GB's main aim on Saturday was to win. He won! End of![/p][/quote]But so easily could have lost 2 points at the death against a poor side. What would you have said then Darener? Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

11:09am Mon 13 Jan 14

A Darener says...

What ifs? Just be grateful we no longer have Kean. GB has done and is doing a fantastic job of rebuilding the team and reputation of the club. Long may it continue. If we scrape a win 1 0 for all our games until the end of the season I for one will be very happy.
What ifs? Just be grateful we no longer have Kean. GB has done and is doing a fantastic job of rebuilding the team and reputation of the club. Long may it continue. If we scrape a win 1 0 for all our games until the end of the season I for one will be very happy. A Darener
  • Score: 0

11:23am Mon 13 Jan 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
What ifs? Just be grateful we no longer have Kean. GB has done and is doing a fantastic job of rebuilding the team and reputation of the club. Long may it continue. If we scrape a win 1 0 for all our games until the end of the season I for one will be very happy.
It's easy with hind sight to say " we won, end of ", but It was a joke (and not a funny one) that we were hanging on at the end against Doncaster.
I agree with the rest of your post and appreciate what Bowyer is doing but he has cost us points in the not too distant past for exactly these tactics. A one goal lead is never comfortable even against the so called lower teams.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What ifs? Just be grateful we no longer have Kean. GB has done and is doing a fantastic job of rebuilding the team and reputation of the club. Long may it continue. If we scrape a win 1 0 for all our games until the end of the season I for one will be very happy.[/p][/quote]It's easy with hind sight to say " we won, end of ", but It was a joke (and not a funny one) that we were hanging on at the end against Doncaster. I agree with the rest of your post and appreciate what Bowyer is doing but he has cost us points in the not too distant past for exactly these tactics. A one goal lead is never comfortable even against the so called lower teams. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

11:32am Mon 13 Jan 14

A Darener says...

Most of the teams in the PL are "lower teams" than Man U but even they are struggling at the moment settling in a new manager. GB is in a similar position he is experimenting with tactics strategies et. Some he will get right some he won't But the team are obviously behind him and trying their best. Only time will tell if he he's got it right.
Most of the teams in the PL are "lower teams" than Man U but even they are struggling at the moment settling in a new manager. GB is in a similar position he is experimenting with tactics strategies et. Some he will get right some he won't But the team are obviously behind him and trying their best. Only time will tell if he he's got it right. A Darener
  • Score: 0

12:15pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Harwoodstblue says...

A Darener wrote:
Most of the teams in the PL are "lower teams" than Man U but even they are struggling at the moment settling in a new manager. GB is in a similar position he is experimenting with tactics strategies et. Some he will get right some he won't But the team are obviously behind him and trying their best. Only time will tell if he he's got it right.
Darener, several others above have said why play with two holding midfielders at home? After the way we played against Birmingham (second half), Leeds, and City, why revert to the more negative tactics at home ?
It nearly cost us again at the death on Saturday.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Most of the teams in the PL are "lower teams" than Man U but even they are struggling at the moment settling in a new manager. GB is in a similar position he is experimenting with tactics strategies et. Some he will get right some he won't But the team are obviously behind him and trying their best. Only time will tell if he he's got it right.[/p][/quote]Darener, several others above have said why play with two holding midfielders at home? After the way we played against Birmingham (second half), Leeds, and City, why revert to the more negative tactics at home ? It nearly cost us again at the death on Saturday. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

12:25pm Mon 13 Jan 14

A Darener says...

I cannot comment on actual game play as I no longer go to watch, now only being a follower, only seeing highlights on tv or the internet. I can only say it as I see it. As you know all the best managers are in the stands. I think we should give GB all the encouragement we can by backing his decisions as long as they are getting the results, which over the past few games, ignoring a couple of glitches, he seems to be getting right.
My football philosophy has always been attack is the best form of defence, football being a simple game. Two wingers with overlapping full backs flying down the wings, crosses from the byline to a "Shearer" or Rhodes like centre forward. Header or kick....back of net...goal! Simples! We wish!
I cannot comment on actual game play as I no longer go to watch, now only being a follower, only seeing highlights on tv or the internet. I can only say it as I see it. As you know all the best managers are in the stands. I think we should give GB all the encouragement we can by backing his decisions as long as they are getting the results, which over the past few games, ignoring a couple of glitches, he seems to be getting right. My football philosophy has always been attack is the best form of defence, football being a simple game. Two wingers with overlapping full backs flying down the wings, crosses from the byline to a "Shearer" or Rhodes like centre forward. Header or kick....back of net...goal! Simples! We wish! A Darener
  • Score: -2

1:15pm Mon 13 Jan 14

PlutoRover says...

Riverside 7 wrote:
I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;-

1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3?

2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right?

3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home?

Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over.
As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right.

Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win.

GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan).

Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.
We should have been 3-0 up at half time anyway but that was because they could not get to grips with Marshall and not due to the midfield partnership of Lowe and Williamson. Once they got hold of him in the second half their midfield began to dominate as Lowe and Williamson both defended too deep, failed to keep the ball once it was won back and could not link up with the forwards. Cairney, in the middle of the park, can hold the ball and play the right pass when we are under pressure but he needs Lowe next to him as he has the pace and tackling terrier like ability to make up for Cairney's lack of pace and weaker tackling, a bit like the Sherwood and Batty partnership of old . I believe in partnerships across the team in terms of attacking and defending together and I think the Marshall/Spurr, Rhodes/Gestede, Hanley/Dann partnerships are working well but we need to solve the center mid and right hand side partnerships going forward. Henley is progressing well at right back but I am a bit concerned about King's crossing ability, Taylor's ability to beat a man, Rochina's tracking back, Dunn's pace, Judge's strength to really be decided on who can fill the right hand side (or left if Marshall switches). But my choice for center mid would be Lowe and Cairney at the moment.
[quote][p][bold]Riverside 7[/bold] wrote: I have asked the same questions on this forum several times before;- 1) Why is GB playing 2 holding midfielders at home against teams in the bottom 3? 2) Why is our best midfielder player being asked to play wide on the right? 3) Why are our creative players being overlooked in favour of Lowe and Williamson at home? Doncaster were there for the taking in the first half and a good side would have been 3 goals up by half-time – and game over. As someone has already mentioned, their right back was awful, but with only one winger, all our attacks came down that side and we did not have the option of Taylor or King on the right. Instead we allowed Doncaster to regroup and start beating us to the ball in the 2nd half and in the end we had Robinson to thank for the win. GB is far too negative at home and he appears frightened of selecting creative players such as Dunn, King, Taylor Rochina and Judge (now away on loan). Yes, a win is a win and we have climbed up to eighth, but entertainment wise it was very poor fare once again. Is it any wonder the crowds aren’t increasing.[/p][/quote]We should have been 3-0 up at half time anyway but that was because they could not get to grips with Marshall and not due to the midfield partnership of Lowe and Williamson. Once they got hold of him in the second half their midfield began to dominate as Lowe and Williamson both defended too deep, failed to keep the ball once it was won back and could not link up with the forwards. Cairney, in the middle of the park, can hold the ball and play the right pass when we are under pressure but he needs Lowe next to him as he has the pace and tackling terrier like ability to make up for Cairney's lack of pace and weaker tackling, a bit like the Sherwood and Batty partnership of old . I believe in partnerships across the team in terms of attacking and defending together and I think the Marshall/Spurr, Rhodes/Gestede, Hanley/Dann partnerships are working well but we need to solve the center mid and right hand side partnerships going forward. Henley is progressing well at right back but I am a bit concerned about King's crossing ability, Taylor's ability to beat a man, Rochina's tracking back, Dunn's pace, Judge's strength to really be decided on who can fill the right hand side (or left if Marshall switches). But my choice for center mid would be Lowe and Cairney at the moment. PlutoRover
  • Score: 3

1:24pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET


BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
35 YEARS IS A FACT

BUNLEH WOODEN SEATS - CLINGING ON TO FINISHING ABOVE YOUR ILLUSTRIOUS RIVALS LAST SEASON COMFORT BLANKET - 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO…….
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: BLACKBUUURRRRN ROVUUURRRRS - CLINGING ON TO THE 35 YEARS COMFORT BLANKET BURNLEY FC - EAST LANCS TOP DOGS[/p][/quote]35 YEARS IS A FACT BUNLEH WOODEN SEATS - CLINGING ON TO FINISHING ABOVE YOUR ILLUSTRIOUS RIVALS LAST SEASON COMFORT BLANKET - 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 2

1:26pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

RobH2O wrote:
Dingleslayer wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter.

And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)
Your not exactly a class act yourself are you?

It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from.

Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle?

35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……..
You lack humour :O(
Yes of course, just like your team lacks trophies and status in EAST LANCS

35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO…...
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dingleslayer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]35 can also be expressed, more relevantly, as 8 fixtures. But that doesn't have the same "do the Dingles" ring about it, so not as effective for banter. And there is the matter of counting, are you sure you can? ;O)[/p][/quote]Your not exactly a class act yourself are you? It is actually 11 fixtures in 35 YEARS, but that can be excused due to the fact of who you are, and where you come from. Are YOU actually sure that you can count dingle? 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO……..[/p][/quote]You lack humour :O([/p][/quote]Yes of course, just like your team lacks trophies and status in EAST LANCS 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO…... Dingleslayer
  • Score: 1

6:40pm Mon 13 Jan 14

mjp 53 says...

You're not mugging me off that easily wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got.
Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait.
Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.
You won 1-0 at Yeovil you escaped caldetstones patient.
He is old and senile plus he probably never went to the game, unlike us true supporters
[quote][p][bold]You're not mugging me off that easily[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Good ugly win against a team in the bottom three fighting for there lives, I notice the Dingles scraped a lucky win against Yeovil, only scoring two unlike the three we got. Where Climbing the league slowly but surely, that one slip up at the end of the season by the Dingles will certainly mean we will play them in the play offs, can't wait. Still cant understand playing Lowe and Williamson at home, we need to be thrashing teams like this at home, best form of defence is attack. I'm not the manager though so keep it up GB, your doing great.[/p][/quote]You won 1-0 at Yeovil you escaped caldetstones patient.[/p][/quote]He is old and senile plus he probably never went to the game, unlike us true supporters mjp 53
  • Score: 0

6:44pm Mon 13 Jan 14

mjp 53 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
Im suprised you can count old man asyou seem to struggle counting to 3.That gap is not getting an smaller and a even bigger one will appear soon with the top 3 pulling away, so if i was you i would concentrate on your own team.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]Im suprised you can count old man asyou seem to struggle counting to 3.That gap is not getting an smaller and a even bigger one will appear soon with the top 3 pulling away, so if i was you i would concentrate on your own team. mjp 53
  • Score: 0

6:47pm Mon 13 Jan 14

A Darener says...

The top three will soon be pulling away...unfortunately for you in the next few weeks you won't be part of the top three.
The top three will soon be pulling away...unfortunately for you in the next few weeks you won't be part of the top three. A Darener
  • Score: 2

7:32pm Mon 13 Jan 14

Dingleslayer says...

mjp 53 wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!!
Im suprised you can count old man asyou seem to struggle counting to 3.That gap is not getting an smaller and a even bigger one will appear soon with the top 3 pulling away, so if i was you i would concentrate on your own team.
Concentrate on his own team? He is on the rovers forum you clown.

Maybe it's the wooden seats brigade that you should be spitting that too.

Throwing stones in glass houses springs to mind Mr Dingle.

35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO…..
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Why all this agro we won, the Dingles are panicking because they know we are going to meet them in the play offs, WHY, 35 years and counting!!!!![/p][/quote]Im suprised you can count old man asyou seem to struggle counting to 3.That gap is not getting an smaller and a even bigger one will appear soon with the top 3 pulling away, so if i was you i would concentrate on your own team.[/p][/quote]Concentrate on his own team? He is on the rovers forum you clown. Maybe it's the wooden seats brigade that you should be spitting that too. Throwing stones in glass houses springs to mind Mr Dingle. 35 YEARS AND COUNTING AND LMFAO….. Dingleslayer
  • Score: 3

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