Robinson hails resilient Rovers and now aims for top six push

Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson

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

GOALKEEPER Paul Robinson has hailed the strength and resilience which has made Blackburn Rovers one of the meanest machines in the Championship.

Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Middlesbrough means play-off pushing Rovers have now kept 11 clean sheets for the campaign.

That figure is one more than they achieved in the whole of last season and is bettered only by QPR (14) and Brighton & Hove Albion (13).

Robinson was chiefly responsible for their latest shut out as he frustrated top-six rivals Boro with a string of superb stops.

But the fit-again former England international, who has kept three clean sheets in five league games since reclaiming the number one shirt, is quick to salute the team-mates who have helped Rovers become such a tough team to break down.

Robinson said: “I can’t take the credit for the clean sheets as I’ve not even played 11 games yet!

“But definitely the boys are defending well.

“And it’s defending from the front too.

“There’s a real strength and resilience about the team.

“We’ve show our resilience, our strength and toughness of character.

“When things weren’t going well on Saturday we got our heads down, dug in, tried to do the simple things and defend, and we came away with a point.”

The result moved ninth-placed Rovers within four points of sixth-placed Reading, who they travel to on Saturday week for one of the biggest games of their season so far.

But Robinson added: “Every game is important for us now as there are not many left – we’re running out of games.

“We just want to keep ourselves in and around that pack and hopefully make a push for the play-offs.”

Promotion to the Premier League would represent a dream return for Robinson.

He spent more than a year on the sidelines after discovering a blood clot on his lung that could have threatened his life.

Robinson said: “I’m very much enjoying my football and enjoying playing again.”

Rovers will begin their preparations for the crucial Reading clash when they return to training tomorrow after being given two days off by boss Gary Bowyer.

Robinson admits Bowyer’s side – who are without a match this weekend – will have to perform better than they did in the first half against Boro.

He said: “The manager wasn’t happy at half-time with our attitude and application.

“We just weren’t at the races and I think the first half was the worst we have played all season.

“Credit to the lads, we did better in the second half and, while it was not a great performance, it was definitely a point gained at a difficult place to go and play.”

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12:27pm Tue 11 Feb 14

hasslem hasslem says...

when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run"

this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 35

12:42pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Tatts says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run"

this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result.

We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man. Tatts
  • Score: 7

1:04pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run"

this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result.

We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man."

How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship?

Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -10

1:05pm Tue 11 Feb 14

wozer says...

we wont make play offs this season butwe have had a good clear out & i think we can go out next season & really give it a go , im so glad that the chaos of the last 2 seasons is behind us so well done gb for doing a great job
i think Burnley will go up & good luck to them every time they have been asked to get a result they have done it so hats off to them , as a blue living in Burnley thats not easy to say!! lol but im a football fan & they deserve every credit
we wont make play offs this season butwe have had a good clear out & i think we can go out next season & really give it a go , im so glad that the chaos of the last 2 seasons is behind us so well done gb for doing a great job i think Burnley will go up & good luck to them every time they have been asked to get a result they have done it so hats off to them , as a blue living in Burnley thats not easy to say!! lol but im a football fan & they deserve every credit wozer
  • Score: 14

1:28pm Tue 11 Feb 14

noddy57 says...

l agree with most of the above points and l too think we are not the finished article and the consistency which is vital to any successful side is just not there perticularly in attack , it is not impossible to put a good run together and make the play offs ,
l agree with most of the above points and l too think we are not the finished article and the consistency which is vital to any successful side is just not there perticularly in attack , it is not impossible to put a good run together and make the play offs , noddy57
  • Score: 1

1:44pm Tue 11 Feb 14

chez rover says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute. chez rover
  • Score: 7

1:50pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
[quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -5

2:02pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Blackburn_End says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind.

These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED?? Blackburn_End
  • Score: 6

2:23pm Tue 11 Feb 14

bburnrover says...

The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are.

I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book.
The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are. I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book. bburnrover
  • Score: 4

2:24pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind.

These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
I bet you know about David Jones though.

Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season.

Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.
[quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??[/p][/quote]I bet you know about David Jones though. Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

2:25pm Tue 11 Feb 14

GAZHAY says...

Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
Because he has no life, no wife, no girlfriend and his hand won't stop aching!!!!!! And thats not through his constant typing on these forums!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??[/p][/quote]Because he has no life, no wife, no girlfriend and his hand won't stop aching!!!!!! And thats not through his constant typing on these forums!!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 3

2:25pm Tue 11 Feb 14

kfc yummy says...

What another top six push, how many is it now.
What another top six push, how many is it now. kfc yummy
  • Score: 0

2:34pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

bburnrover wrote:
The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are.

I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book.
Earlier we had Steven Nzoni and now Jason Rhodes.

I knew one or two of you clowns were a few sandwiches short of a picnic but to not even know what your players are called?
[quote][p][bold]bburnrover[/bold] wrote: The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are. I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book.[/p][/quote]Earlier we had Steven Nzoni and now Jason Rhodes. I knew one or two of you clowns were a few sandwiches short of a picnic but to not even know what your players are called? look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -2

2:37pm Tue 11 Feb 14

earwego says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind.

These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
I bet you know about David Jones though.

Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season.

Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.
David Jones "He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. " We had to settle for Cairney easily the best mid- fielder in this division.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??[/p][/quote]I bet you know about David Jones though. Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.[/p][/quote]David Jones "He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. " We had to settle for Cairney easily the best mid- fielder in this division. earwego
  • Score: 6

3:09pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Rovers 1495 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
bburnrover wrote:
The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are.

I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book.
Earlier we had Steven Nzoni and now Jason Rhodes.

I knew one or two of you clowns were a few sandwiches short of a picnic but to not even know what your players are called?
Jason and the Argonauts ? Or Jordan Rhodes ?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bburnrover[/bold] wrote: The problem with thinking we will be better next season can be put in perspective because everyone expected Bolton to be up there in the top six after last season and look where they are. I personally look at our performances and its blatantly obvious to me that we require better wide players if Jason Rhodes is going to start scoring again as we dont seem to score from midfield we have to rely on the two front men and Jordan is a passenger unless he gets serviced. I watched Burnley against Millwall and they make and take their chances much more effeiciently than we do maybe GB should take a leaf out of their book as its definately more effective than Gb's book.[/p][/quote]Earlier we had Steven Nzoni and now Jason Rhodes. I knew one or two of you clowns were a few sandwiches short of a picnic but to not even know what your players are called?[/p][/quote]Jason and the Argonauts ? Or Jordan Rhodes ? Rovers 1495
  • Score: -3

3:31pm Tue 11 Feb 14

tall in the saddle says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind.

These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
I bet you know about David Jones though.

Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season.

Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.
Or Dean Marney, mom according to Sean Dyche and who scored a beauty on Saturday and puts in a hell of a shift every game.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??[/p][/quote]I bet you know about David Jones though. Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.[/p][/quote]Or Dean Marney, mom according to Sean Dyche and who scored a beauty on Saturday and puts in a hell of a shift every game. tall in the saddle
  • Score: -2

3:35pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run"

this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result.

We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man."

How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship?

Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
And who had heard of Danny Ings before this season, outside of the village
And was Sam Vokes wanted, indeed pursued, by anyone?
In fact all of Burnley's squad were anonymous before this current crop of good results, And for once I dont mean that as insult
A good team is about the sum of the parts. Anyone who knows football knows that a player who has failed at one team can flourish at another
But as we are talking to you Baldric, we know you lack any knowledge of football..as you have amply demonstrated time after time with your brand of nonsense, and we all know you dont sleep at night
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]And who had heard of Danny Ings before this season, outside of the village And was Sam Vokes wanted, indeed pursued, by anyone? In fact all of Burnley's squad were anonymous before this current crop of good results, And for once I dont mean that as insult A good team is about the sum of the parts. Anyone who knows football knows that a player who has failed at one team can flourish at another But as we are talking to you Baldric, we know you lack any knowledge of football..as you have amply demonstrated time after time with your brand of nonsense, and we all know you dont sleep at night Wild Rover
  • Score: 5

3:37pm Tue 11 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Yeah you do, he was in the team that beat Bonleh twice in one season.

Or are they just another 'removed from history' moments?

Or did Jack Walker buy the goals so we didn't deserve to win?

Or maybe Bonleh actually won and we didn't notice because we're so arrogant?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Yeah you do, he was in the team that beat Bonleh twice in one season. Or are they just another 'removed from history' moments? Or did Jack Walker buy the goals so we didn't deserve to win? Or maybe Bonleh actually won and we didn't notice because we're so arrogant? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 5

3:43pm Tue 11 Feb 14

ghost of sceptic says...

A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 0

3:49pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Whydidtheybanme? says...

earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Blackburn_End wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
chez rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Tatts wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.
I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.
"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.
Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.
Sorry, never heard of him.
Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind.

These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??
I bet you know about David Jones though.

Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season.

Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.
David Jones "He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. " We had to settle for Cairney easily the best mid- fielder in this division.
Mark my 6 fingered friend, please go on your own site and concentrate on your own team. For once in your sorry life, you have temporary bragging rights over us, so why not put your energy and enthusiasm into supporting your own team instead of Trolling on every Rovers story? When was the last time you commented on a B@rnley story?

Just had a quick peak on there (I don't have an obsession like yours) and this headline says it all "Dave Burnley: Fans should turn out in numbers to see this team" - so why only 11,000 on Saturday? Read the story - even "Dave B@rnley" is criticising you sorry lot! Part of the problem is that no matter how well you are doing, you still can't give up your obsession with everything that is BRFC can you? I know you are consumed with bitterness, twisted, envious and Obsessed of our glorious past and domination over you - time to let it go Mark, as I'm sure the Quack keeps telling you.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blackburn_End[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chez rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: when kenny took over in 91 - he was asked by the throng of salivating journos about european football for rovers - he wisely replied "let's learn to walk before we can run" this season for rovers is all about learning to walk - let us tackle the running next season. otherwise, we could end up having a bad accident.....and we have had enough of them in recent years.[/p][/quote]I agree. Whilst I'm not completely writing off our chances of promotion this season, the current performances are just not good enough. I just feel that there's been too many new players introduced this season and they haven't had time to gel properly. Hopefully next season, the team will be much more settled and will hopefully improve as a result. We could definitely do with a midfielder who can dominate games, like Jermaine Jones did a couple of years ago. Hopefuly, Bryan Dabo can be that man.[/p][/quote]"a midfielder who can dominate games.... Hopefully, Bryan Dabo can be that man." How can you sleep at night with some of the nonsense you come out with. This is an unheard of, unwanted, 21-year old Frenchman with only a handful of games to his name, brought in on loan, and yet you believe he can be the man to dominate the English Championship? Perhaps your sight's are set a tad high on this one.[/p][/quote]Kinda like Steven Nzoni......... Wait a minute.[/p][/quote]Sorry, never heard of him.[/p][/quote]Id struggle to name a Burnley midfielder... Arfield who was not good enough for Scottish football or Huddersfield is the only one that springs to mind. These Dingles know ever Rovers player inside/out, all our fixtures and past results. WHY WHY WHY WHY ARE YOU SOOOOOOO OBSESSED??[/p][/quote]I bet you know about David Jones though. Remember him, he rejected Blackburn Rovers in favour of a step up in quality to play at Turf Moor and challenge for promotion to the Premier League. It appears to have been a good decision on his part. He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. Bet you never really wanted him really though did you, with the likes of Bryan Dabo setting the Championship alight.[/p][/quote]David Jones "He's up there with the best mid-fielders in the division this season. " We had to settle for Cairney easily the best mid- fielder in this division.[/p][/quote]Mark my 6 fingered friend, please go on your own site and concentrate on your own team. For once in your sorry life, you have temporary bragging rights over us, so why not put your energy and enthusiasm into supporting your own team instead of Trolling on every Rovers story? When was the last time you commented on a B@rnley story? Just had a quick peak on there (I don't have an obsession like yours) and this headline says it all "Dave Burnley: Fans should turn out in numbers to see this team" - so why only 11,000 on Saturday? Read the story - even "Dave B@rnley" is criticising you sorry lot! Part of the problem is that no matter how well you are doing, you still can't give up your obsession with everything that is BRFC can you? I know you are consumed with bitterness, twisted, envious and Obsessed of our glorious past and domination over you - time to let it go Mark, as I'm sure the Quack keeps telling you. Whydidtheybanme?
  • Score: 6

3:52pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Look.behind.u. Burnley
Chiken.mother.plucke
r.
IluvuMadame
IwantsomeCharley
And all his other names....
Truly a total Poss Tot, a endbell of truly astronomical proportions,
A sock cucker and shy ted
Look.behind.u. Burnley Chiken.mother.plucke r. IluvuMadame IwantsomeCharley And all his other names.... Truly a total Poss Tot, a endbell of truly astronomical proportions, A sock cucker and shy ted Wild Rover
  • Score: 2

3:56pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

ghost of sceptic wrote:
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position.

We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.
[quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.[/p][/quote]I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position. We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

4:22pm Tue 11 Feb 14

earwego says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position.

We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.
And all things Rovers are now the sum total of your sad lonely life. And without us you are speechless.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.[/p][/quote]I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position. We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.[/p][/quote]And all things Rovers are now the sum total of your sad lonely life. And without us you are speechless. earwego
  • Score: 4

7:42pm Tue 11 Feb 14

ghost of sceptic says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position.

We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.
Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.[/p][/quote]I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position. We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.[/p][/quote]Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere. ghost of sceptic
  • Score: 1

11:16pm Tue 11 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

ghost of sceptic wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position.

We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.
Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere.
Perhaps you should check out the league table you moron.

3 points clear of 3rd place with QPR having to play Reading next.

16 points above you.
20 goals better off than you.

Look up.
[quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.[/p][/quote]I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position. We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.[/p][/quote]Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere.[/p][/quote]Perhaps you should check out the league table you moron. 3 points clear of 3rd place with QPR having to play Reading next. 16 points above you. 20 goals better off than you. Look up. look.up.blackburn.
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12:02pm Wed 12 Feb 14

realisticrover says...

I agree that things will continue to get better under Bowyer and maybe next season is more realistic, in terms of promotion.
Worth pointing out though that its very likely that both Robinson and Rhodes will move on in the Summer, to reduce wage bill.
Thats the best Keeper in the league and the best striker both taken out of the team, if we dont go up this season.
I have faith in Bowyer though, either way...
I agree that things will continue to get better under Bowyer and maybe next season is more realistic, in terms of promotion. Worth pointing out though that its very likely that both Robinson and Rhodes will move on in the Summer, to reduce wage bill. Thats the best Keeper in the league and the best striker both taken out of the team, if we dont go up this season. I have faith in Bowyer though, either way... realisticrover
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5:55pm Wed 12 Feb 14

ghost of sceptic says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ghost of sceptic wrote:
A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.
I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position.

We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.
Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere.
Perhaps you should check out the league table you moron.

3 points clear of 3rd place with QPR having to play Reading next.

16 points above you.
20 goals better off than you.

Look up.
You have won nothing yet numpty! You have all the right in the world to start crowing if you manage to get up, but that is a big if. Very confident your luck with playing same11 most weeks wlll change when injuries kick in and the bigger clubs with bigger sqauds overtake you and leave you clutching to a playoff spot. You know its now or never for Burnley as your teams better players are sold and move on to bigger and better things next season. Dont say i didnt tell you so.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghost of sceptic[/bold] wrote: A clean sheet and a point at Boro is a decent result but listening to game we were on the back foot most of the game and carried hardly any attacking threat. Its going to take time for these players to gel and i fear the playoffs this season is just out of reach. Our season from here on in is all about 3pts on 9th of march.[/p][/quote]I'm glad that one of you has finally accepted your position. We are now the sum total of your 2013/14 season, and without us you have nothing.[/p][/quote]Been saying it all season if you read my posts. I am a realist but i can say Bowyer has got us moving forward and the future for us is finally on the up turn. Dont get to carried away the enjoyment gained from putting the nail in your automatic promotion coffin will be all the sweeter. Sorry to say but from my realist point of view you wont be going up and next season as you well know you will be nowhere.[/p][/quote]Perhaps you should check out the league table you moron. 3 points clear of 3rd place with QPR having to play Reading next. 16 points above you. 20 goals better off than you. Look up.[/p][/quote]You have won nothing yet numpty! You have all the right in the world to start crowing if you manage to get up, but that is a big if. Very confident your luck with playing same11 most weeks wlll change when injuries kick in and the bigger clubs with bigger sqauds overtake you and leave you clutching to a playoff spot. You know its now or never for Burnley as your teams better players are sold and move on to bigger and better things next season. Dont say i didnt tell you so. ghost of sceptic
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