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Blackburn Rovers boss delighted with Reading win

Lancashire Telegraph: Craig Conway Craig Conway

BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer cut a delighted figure after his side gave their play-off hopes a big shot in the arm with a vital 1-0 victory at Reading on Saturday.

Full debutant Craig Conway’s first goal for the club proved enough to earn Rovers, who are now unbeaten in five matches, a win which closed the gap on the sixth-placed Royals to four points.

Bowyer said: “It’s a great win as it’s a difficult place to come and they are a very good team who will be in the shake up for the play-offs, if not automatic promotion.

“They’ve scored seven and five here recently but the lads took that challenge on, scored a great goal on the counter-attack and their goalie has made a couple of good saves in the first half.

“We were pleased with how we went about it and we kicked on in the second half to keep that clean sheet.

“We had to match everything they threw at us and I thought the lads showed great character and spirit.”

Reading manager Nigel Adkins paid tribute to Rovers’ resilience.

However he felt his side, who had won five of their previous seven games, should have been awarded a penalty when Matt Kilgallon seemingly handled the ball in the box in the second half.

Adkins said: “It was a clear penalty but give Blackburn credit they had something to hold on to, which they did.

“They showed great spirit so I’m not going to take anything away from them.”

Bowyer, who watched the match from the stands as he served a one-game touchline ban, said of the penalty appeal: “I haven’t seen it – and I’m not spinning the normal management spiel.”

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9:59am Mon 24 Feb 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going.
It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 16

10:22am Mon 24 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going.
We are allowed to bask in the glory for a little while and it's nice to feel good on a Monday morning.

But you are right, the next game and how we approach it is more important, get something out of it, hopefully another 3 points.

Hopefully Cairney will be ok, if not we have Evans and Dunny the Dingle Slayer available.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going.[/p][/quote]We are allowed to bask in the glory for a little while and it's nice to feel good on a Monday morning. But you are right, the next game and how we approach it is more important, get something out of it, hopefully another 3 points. Hopefully Cairney will be ok, if not we have Evans and Dunny the Dingle Slayer available. owd nick
  • Score: 18

10:28am Mon 24 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

We need to put a little run of wins together which we haven't done all season. What better time than to start now ? It's got to start some time so why not now in the run in, which isn't the hardest. Having said that though I think it's a bit too early to go up at this point in time as we need another season together to gain experience and confidence. It'll also give Bowyer more time to finish his team re-building. It's no good going up with a team that's not equipped to stay there. IMO
We need to put a little run of wins together which we haven't done all season. What better time than to start now ? It's got to start some time so why not now in the run in, which isn't the hardest. Having said that though I think it's a bit too early to go up at this point in time as we need another season together to gain experience and confidence. It'll also give Bowyer more time to finish his team re-building. It's no good going up with a team that's not equipped to stay there. IMO Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 17

10:48am Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons... look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -15

11:01am Mon 24 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club). TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 22

11:07am Mon 24 Feb 14

Mooksters says...

OK so done a bit of a "Statto" based on current form (last 8) – which is what most people use – this gives us currently achieving 1.87 point per game. With 14 games left IF (and I admit it is a big IF) we continue current form that would give us just over 26 points between now and the end of the season. That would give us 72 points. Out of the last 6 seasons it would have given a playoff place either in either sixth or fifth in four of those six seasons. So my view is it will be very close and we should enjoy the last games of the season I know I will come what May (get the pun?!) Bowyer has been very good this season and definitely turned things around the next couple of derby games could be very interesting indeed!
OK so done a bit of a "Statto" based on current form (last 8) – which is what most people use – this gives us currently achieving 1.87 point per game. With 14 games left IF (and I admit it is a big IF) we continue current form that would give us just over 26 points between now and the end of the season. That would give us 72 points. Out of the last 6 seasons it would have given a playoff place either in either sixth or fifth in four of those six seasons. So my view is it will be very close and we should enjoy the last games of the season I know I will come what May (get the pun?!) Bowyer has been very good this season and definitely turned things around the next couple of derby games could be very interesting indeed! Mooksters
  • Score: 9

11:08am Mon 24 Feb 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.
Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 4

11:11am Mon 24 Feb 14

forever blue and white says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you forever blue and white
  • Score: 0

11:17am Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
I'm not sure which I find more amusing, your closet Claret fantasy or the fact that the no-dads haven't worked out you're a no-dad too. Either way you're a clown.

BubblepopFC or whatever else you call yourself on these pages is once again proving to be only a cover for the shame you feel in being a Rovers fan these days. Truly cringeworthy.

Burnley FC in second place and 17 points ahead of you. Explain that one?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]I'm not sure which I find more amusing, your closet Claret fantasy or the fact that the no-dads haven't worked out you're a no-dad too. Either way you're a clown. BubblepopFC or whatever else you call yourself on these pages is once again proving to be only a cover for the shame you feel in being a Rovers fan these days. Truly cringeworthy. Burnley FC in second place and 17 points ahead of you. Explain that one? look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -5

11:19am Mon 24 Feb 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

forever blue and white wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you
Forever blue, what did I say? Don't answer the plonker or again this page turns into a shrine for him, he has no life, he has no job, he is a non entirety end off, he's not even a Dingle supporter, he just wants recognition and we won't give it to him.
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you[/p][/quote]Forever blue, what did I say? Don't answer the plonker or again this page turns into a shrine for him, he has no life, he has no job, he is a non entirety end off, he's not even a Dingle supporter, he just wants recognition and we won't give it to him. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 8

11:28am Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Mooksters wrote:
OK so done a bit of a "Statto" based on current form (last 8) – which is what most people use – this gives us currently achieving 1.87 point per game. With 14 games left IF (and I admit it is a big IF) we continue current form that would give us just over 26 points between now and the end of the season. That would give us 72 points. Out of the last 6 seasons it would have given a playoff place either in either sixth or fifth in four of those six seasons. So my view is it will be very close and we should enjoy the last games of the season I know I will come what May (get the pun?!) Bowyer has been very good this season and definitely turned things around the next couple of derby games could be very interesting indeed!
Most people look at form over 6 games. Which unfortunately for you puts Wigan, currently in 7th place, 3 points and 5 goals ahead of you, on 2.5 points per game compared with your 1.33 points per game.

If you look at the form over 8 games then Wigan are on 1.87 points per game and so will remain above you and take 6th place.

Perhaps you could look at some other set of statistics that gives you a less than remote chance of achieving 6th place. Personally, from a common sense perspective, I can't see it happening. Simply put, you just ain't good enough.
[quote][p][bold]Mooksters[/bold] wrote: OK so done a bit of a "Statto" based on current form (last 8) – which is what most people use – this gives us currently achieving 1.87 point per game. With 14 games left IF (and I admit it is a big IF) we continue current form that would give us just over 26 points between now and the end of the season. That would give us 72 points. Out of the last 6 seasons it would have given a playoff place either in either sixth or fifth in four of those six seasons. So my view is it will be very close and we should enjoy the last games of the season I know I will come what May (get the pun?!) Bowyer has been very good this season and definitely turned things around the next couple of derby games could be very interesting indeed![/p][/quote]Most people look at form over 6 games. Which unfortunately for you puts Wigan, currently in 7th place, 3 points and 5 goals ahead of you, on 2.5 points per game compared with your 1.33 points per game. If you look at the form over 8 games then Wigan are on 1.87 points per game and so will remain above you and take 6th place. Perhaps you could look at some other set of statistics that gives you a less than remote chance of achieving 6th place. Personally, from a common sense perspective, I can't see it happening. Simply put, you just ain't good enough. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

11:33am Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you
Forever blue, what did I say? Don't answer the plonker or again this page turns into a shrine for him, he has no life, he has no job, he is a non entirety end off, he's not even a Dingle supporter, he just wants recognition and we won't give it to him.
Too little too late old man. The story of your season.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Now then you dingle inbred I normally drink Guinness. However, come May the 24th I will enjoy a pint of Calsberg. Just for you[/p][/quote]Forever blue, what did I say? Don't answer the plonker or again this page turns into a shrine for him, he has no life, he has no job, he is a non entirety end off, he's not even a Dingle supporter, he just wants recognition and we won't give it to him.[/p][/quote]Too little too late old man. The story of your season. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -3

11:48am Mon 24 Feb 14

Stone Island: says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day.

What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself?

It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events.

Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day. What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself? It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events. Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably. Stone Island:
  • Score: 7

11:54am Mon 24 Feb 14

Mooksters says...

I am not going to respond to the troll directly but I took the last 8 games as this shows form over the last period - 6 in my view is not enough i didn't pick the best set of stats. My point was that despite what some think we are in with a shot of the play offs and the run in if we keep up the current form is going to be interesting. With the away games we have no one above us to play and some 6 pointers at home Leicester, QPR and Wigan on the last day of the season for example.
I am not going to respond to the troll directly but I took the last 8 games as this shows form over the last period - 6 in my view is not enough i didn't pick the best set of stats. My point was that despite what some think we are in with a shot of the play offs and the run in if we keep up the current form is going to be interesting. With the away games we have no one above us to play and some 6 pointers at home Leicester, QPR and Wigan on the last day of the season for example. Mooksters
  • Score: 1

12:08pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Mooksters wrote:
I am not going to respond to the troll directly but I took the last 8 games as this shows form over the last period - 6 in my view is not enough i didn't pick the best set of stats. My point was that despite what some think we are in with a shot of the play offs and the run in if we keep up the current form is going to be interesting. With the away games we have no one above us to play and some 6 pointers at home Leicester, QPR and Wigan on the last day of the season for example.
With five clean sheets in the last ten games and undefeated in the last five we certainly have a good chance to sneak into 6th spot. As you say the run in isn't daunting especially if we can take our points at home. All games are tough but on current form we should pick up enough points away if we play at our best. This is the time of the season that counts, not what's gone before and we seem to be coming good at the right time. Keep it up Team GB.
[quote][p][bold]Mooksters[/bold] wrote: I am not going to respond to the troll directly but I took the last 8 games as this shows form over the last period - 6 in my view is not enough i didn't pick the best set of stats. My point was that despite what some think we are in with a shot of the play offs and the run in if we keep up the current form is going to be interesting. With the away games we have no one above us to play and some 6 pointers at home Leicester, QPR and Wigan on the last day of the season for example.[/p][/quote]With five clean sheets in the last ten games and undefeated in the last five we certainly have a good chance to sneak into 6th spot. As you say the run in isn't daunting especially if we can take our points at home. All games are tough but on current form we should pick up enough points away if we play at our best. This is the time of the season that counts, not what's gone before and we seem to be coming good at the right time. Keep it up Team GB. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

12:19pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

The ironic thing here is that you'll need to beat the teams above you and in doing so will only increase our chances of automatic promotion.... what a situation you find yourselves in.

What if an ultimately close run but unsuccessful play-off challenge for Blackburn Rovers only succeeds in ensuring that Burnley achieve automatic promotion? How would you live with yourselves after that?
The ironic thing here is that you'll need to beat the teams above you and in doing so will only increase our chances of automatic promotion.... what a situation you find yourselves in. What if an ultimately close run but unsuccessful play-off challenge for Blackburn Rovers only succeeds in ensuring that Burnley achieve automatic promotion? How would you live with yourselves after that? look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

12:27pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Burnley59/60 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT Burnley59/60
  • Score: -5

12:36pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Stone Island: says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
Surely the clue is in his name; Turf Moor Tom? Maybe he's just a realistic one, and not totally deluded, like that IDIOT that comes on here, day after day after day. Now he is an IDIOT, you must agree with me there?
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]Surely the clue is in his name; Turf Moor Tom? Maybe he's just a realistic one, and not totally deluded, like that IDIOT that comes on here, day after day after day. Now he is an IDIOT, you must agree with me there? Stone Island:
  • Score: 6

12:37pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Burnley59/60 says...

Stone Island: wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day.

What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself?

It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events.

Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.
Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day. What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself? It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events. Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.[/p][/quote]Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC. Burnley59/60
  • Score: -2

12:39pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
Claret idiot !!!!..... I like it.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]Claret idiot !!!!..... I like it. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

12:44pm Mon 24 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 13

12:53pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Bitter? Yes
Jealous? Yes
No-dad? Yes

Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Bitter? Yes Jealous? Yes No-dad? Yes Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -4

12:54pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Now back in August WLUV.CHICKEN Mother LOOK up etc,well he predicted that Rovers would be relegated by now with points deducted snd in administration, bankrupt and heading for obscurity..
Interesting that we are on the edge of the play offs and with a good chance of making it into the mix by May...
Our Carling moment may still happen yet!
Two winnable derbys next, so as many as can to join me at Bolton and a full house at Ewood for the mumsyourdads to roar the Rovers on to victory and show the puppy dogs who REALLY are top dogs round here
Baldric, I bet your birth certificate says " Some soldiers" for fathers name
Bring it on.....
Now back in August WLUV.CHICKEN Mother LOOK up etc,well he predicted that Rovers would be relegated by now with points deducted snd in administration, bankrupt and heading for obscurity.. Interesting that we are on the edge of the play offs and with a good chance of making it into the mix by May... Our Carling moment may still happen yet! Two winnable derbys next, so as many as can to join me at Bolton and a full house at Ewood for the mumsyourdads to roar the Rovers on to victory and show the puppy dogs who REALLY are top dogs round here Baldric, I bet your birth certificate says " Some soldiers" for fathers name Bring it on..... Wild Rover
  • Score: 7

1:04pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Bitter? Yes
Jealous? Yes
No-dad? Yes

Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it!
I can! Its 5 wins and two draws Baldric
That is to say the heir apparents to European footy, Burncelona have won 5 and drawn 2 more than Rovers. That is it!
Dead simple really, just 5 wins and 2 draws more, or 4 wins and 5 draws, any combo you like
Surprised I need to explain really, it is simple and not that much to brag about when measured over, say , 35 years
But hey, you keep clutching at them straws if it makes you feel better Baldric
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Bitter? Yes Jealous? Yes No-dad? Yes Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it![/p][/quote]I can! Its 5 wins and two draws Baldric That is to say the heir apparents to European footy, Burncelona have won 5 and drawn 2 more than Rovers. That is it! Dead simple really, just 5 wins and 2 draws more, or 4 wins and 5 draws, any combo you like Surprised I need to explain really, it is simple and not that much to brag about when measured over, say , 35 years But hey, you keep clutching at them straws if it makes you feel better Baldric Wild Rover
  • Score: 5

1:13pm Mon 24 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.
org/wiki/East_Lancas
hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 5

1:15pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day.

What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself?

It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events.

Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.
Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC.
Calm down 59/60, your current crop are NOT that good, not be mentioned or compared to Jimmy Mac, Alex and Ray.
In fact they are not as good as the class of 72/3 under Adamson imo
I know as I saw them all play
They are good but not good . But you are doing well fair enough
Just hang on until the season finishes for the superlatives, it is safer!
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day. What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself? It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events. Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.[/p][/quote]Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC.[/p][/quote]Calm down 59/60, your current crop are NOT that good, not be mentioned or compared to Jimmy Mac, Alex and Ray. In fact they are not as good as the class of 72/3 under Adamson imo I know as I saw them all play They are good but not good . But you are doing well fair enough Just hang on until the season finishes for the superlatives, it is safer! Wild Rover
  • Score: 5

1:22pm Mon 24 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.

org/wiki/East_Lancas

hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914 ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 5

1:24pm Mon 24 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
The ironic thing here is that you'll need to beat the teams above you and in doing so will only increase our chances of automatic promotion.... what a situation you find yourselves in.

What if an ultimately close run but unsuccessful play-off challenge for Blackburn Rovers only succeeds in ensuring that Burnley achieve automatic promotion? How would you live with yourselves after that?
How would we live with ourselves?

Clearly much easier than you've lived with yourself the last thirty odd years.

You've taken decades of slaughter far to personally big boy resulting in this crazed jealous fueled addiction of Rovers.

Knowing how my club has mentally scarred you is actually quite satisfying.....

Being you must be sh*t
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: The ironic thing here is that you'll need to beat the teams above you and in doing so will only increase our chances of automatic promotion.... what a situation you find yourselves in. What if an ultimately close run but unsuccessful play-off challenge for Blackburn Rovers only succeeds in ensuring that Burnley achieve automatic promotion? How would you live with yourselves after that?[/p][/quote]How would we live with ourselves? Clearly much easier than you've lived with yourself the last thirty odd years. You've taken decades of slaughter far to personally big boy resulting in this crazed jealous fueled addiction of Rovers. Knowing how my club has mentally scarred you is actually quite satisfying..... Being you must be sh*t more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

1:46pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Wild Rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Bitter? Yes
Jealous? Yes
No-dad? Yes

Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it!
I can! Its 5 wins and two draws Baldric
That is to say the heir apparents to European footy, Burncelona have won 5 and drawn 2 more than Rovers. That is it!
Dead simple really, just 5 wins and 2 draws more, or 4 wins and 5 draws, any combo you like
Surprised I need to explain really, it is simple and not that much to brag about when measured over, say , 35 years
But hey, you keep clutching at them straws if it makes you feel better Baldric
The only ones clutching at straws are you clowns thinking you're good enough to reach the play-off's. We know we are, if fact we know we're good enough to go up automatically and we'll be fighting all the way to achieve that.

The truth is, never in a million years did you expect us to be clear in second place at the end of February. It causes you such intense pain that you have to try to find any area in which you can better us, which unfortunately you can't.

17 points is a massive gap at this stage of the season, with only 14 or 15 games left, perhaps you might be wise you accept that you are, once again, second best to the Clarets.

As I said earlier, I wish you well in all yours games against the teams above you, I really do hope you can take points off them to help us go up automatically. We would be very grateful for your efforts. So get backing your team you boycotting muppets and help Burnley FC DARE TO DREAM!
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Bitter? Yes Jealous? Yes No-dad? Yes Look up Mungo, there's a 17 point gap between us, and you STILL can't explain it![/p][/quote]I can! Its 5 wins and two draws Baldric That is to say the heir apparents to European footy, Burncelona have won 5 and drawn 2 more than Rovers. That is it! Dead simple really, just 5 wins and 2 draws more, or 4 wins and 5 draws, any combo you like Surprised I need to explain really, it is simple and not that much to brag about when measured over, say , 35 years But hey, you keep clutching at them straws if it makes you feel better Baldric[/p][/quote]The only ones clutching at straws are you clowns thinking you're good enough to reach the play-off's. We know we are, if fact we know we're good enough to go up automatically and we'll be fighting all the way to achieve that. The truth is, never in a million years did you expect us to be clear in second place at the end of February. It causes you such intense pain that you have to try to find any area in which you can better us, which unfortunately you can't. 17 points is a massive gap at this stage of the season, with only 14 or 15 games left, perhaps you might be wise you accept that you are, once again, second best to the Clarets. As I said earlier, I wish you well in all yours games against the teams above you, I really do hope you can take points off them to help us go up automatically. We would be very grateful for your efforts. So get backing your team you boycotting muppets and help Burnley FC DARE TO DREAM! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -2

1:56pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.


org/wiki/East_Lancas


hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -3

2:35pm Mon 24 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.



org/wiki/East_Lancas



hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 4

2:44pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.




org/wiki/East_Lancas




hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable! look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -3

3:55pm Mon 24 Feb 14

jack01 says...

Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity. jack01
  • Score: 5

3:56pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.





org/wiki/East_Lancas





hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be. earwego
  • Score: 10

4:06pm Mon 24 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
Unlike the real claret idiots?
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]Unlike the real claret idiots? owd nick
  • Score: 2

4:07pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Garylla says...

This will for ever be known as the Carlsberg season! We beat the Dingles on March 9th again as they fall out of the top 2 to be replaced by Derby, never to return to top 2. Rovers thrash Wigan on last day to claim 6th spot. Rovers embarrass the Dingles at Wemberlee by having twice as many fans and win 4-0 with a brace from Dunny! Roll out the barrel...COYB
This will for ever be known as the Carlsberg season! We beat the Dingles on March 9th again as they fall out of the top 2 to be replaced by Derby, never to return to top 2. Rovers thrash Wigan on last day to claim 6th spot. Rovers embarrass the Dingles at Wemberlee by having twice as many fans and win 4-0 with a brace from Dunny! Roll out the barrel...COYB Garylla
  • Score: 6

4:07pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: -3

4:11pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.






org/wiki/East_Lancas






hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.[/p][/quote]His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

4:14pm Mon 24 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
Stone Island: wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August...

The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs.

If Carlsberg did seasons...
Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day.

What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself?

It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events.

Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.
Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC.
Calm down 59/60, your current crop are NOT that good, not be mentioned or compared to Jimmy Mac, Alex and Ray.
In fact they are not as good as the class of 72/3 under Adamson imo
I know as I saw them all play
They are good but not good . But you are doing well fair enough
Just hang on until the season finishes for the superlatives, it is safer!
Seconded.

Just think ahead to two weeks time, you won't be able to see these moronic dingle fans for dust.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: Now then. Who would have have thought this back in August... The no-dads entire season hangs on Burnley finishing 3rd and not 2nd in the Championship while they clutch at straws trying to big themselves up to scrape into the play-offs. If Carlsberg did seasons...[/p][/quote]Who gives a fcuk where Burnley finish? I certainly don't. I'm more concerned about where we finish. It's YOU who is totally obsessed by us, not the other way around, which is proven by your inane ramblings on the Rovers pages, day after day after day. What if you lose your cup final in a couple of weeks? It will be totally unbearable for you, won't it? After all the sheeite you've come out with on here over the last few months, you'll end up totally dejected. Maybe you'd even consider doing away with yourself? It will feel strange if you beat us though, or start next season in a higher league, because the last time either of these things happened, I was still at bloody SCHOOL! I know Burnley fans that are now GRANDDADS, that haven't witnessed either of these events. Is Rovers V Burnley the worlds most one sided derby? Probably.[/p][/quote]Not this time as I have said I wish The Blues luck in every other game but do not delude yourself This is The best Burnley Side for at least 45/50 years,its looking like the Early years of the 1960s when The Claret and Blue of Burnley were among the most feared colours in Europe,and when the likes of Pilkington Adamson Connely Elder Pointer,Cummings Robson.Miller and The One The Only Jimmy Ma,flashed across the football fields of England and Europe,like a flash of Claret and Blue Lightning striking fear into The Hearts Of Spurs Man Utd Man City liverpool ETC.[/p][/quote]Calm down 59/60, your current crop are NOT that good, not be mentioned or compared to Jimmy Mac, Alex and Ray. In fact they are not as good as the class of 72/3 under Adamson imo I know as I saw them all play They are good but not good . But you are doing well fair enough Just hang on until the season finishes for the superlatives, it is safer![/p][/quote]Seconded. Just think ahead to two weeks time, you won't be able to see these moronic dingle fans for dust. owd nick
  • Score: 2

4:14pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.







org/wiki/East_Lancas







hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.
Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.[/p][/quote]His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.[/p][/quote]Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life. earwego
  • Score: 5

4:25pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

earwego wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.








org/wiki/East_Lancas








hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.
Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.
I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here..
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.[/p][/quote]His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.[/p][/quote]Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.[/p][/quote]I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here.. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 4

4:32pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.









org/wiki/East_Lancas









hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.
Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.
I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here..
yes you are right and I know I should ignore him and in most cases I do,but I don't feel that anybody has the right to speak ill of the dead,certainly not him. Whatever J.W did for us he did willingly,he can't defend himself,so some one has to do it for him,we as Rovers fans owe him that much.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.[/p][/quote]His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.[/p][/quote]Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.[/p][/quote]I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here..[/p][/quote]yes you are right and I know I should ignore him and in most cases I do,but I don't feel that anybody has the right to speak ill of the dead,certainly not him. Whatever J.W did for us he did willingly,he can't defend himself,so some one has to do it for him,we as Rovers fans owe him that much. earwego
  • Score: 4

5:09pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Stone Island: says...

earwego wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
earwego wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :)

**ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY**

Total derby games (inc cup): 91
Blackburn wins: 39
Bunley wins: 37
Drawn: 15
Rovers goals: 170
Burnley goals: 151

**HONOURS**
Rovers...

League: 3
FA Cup: 6
League cup: 1
Community Shield: 1
Total = 11

Burnley...
League: 2
FA Cup: 1
League cup: 0
Community Shield: 2
Total = 5


These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.










org/wiki/East_Lancas










hire_derby

Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha
Some more facts??

Records

Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn)
Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth
Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960
Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960
Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929
Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888
Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896
Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889
Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926
Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010)
Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921)
Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present)
Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914
If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC.

We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that.

The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club.

In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960.

Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see.

Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies.

Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC.

Look up Blackburn, we're still there!
35 years
And there's my point proven once again.

You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th.

And please get with the times.. 17 points.

SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable!
"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.
His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.
Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.
I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here..
yes you are right and I know I should ignore him and in most cases I do,but I don't feel that anybody has the right to speak ill of the dead,certainly not him. Whatever J.W did for us he did willingly,he can't defend himself,so some one has to do it for him,we as Rovers fans owe him that much.
Only the lowest of the low mock the dead, and they don't come much lower than him. A truly despicable person.
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I think we should just look at facts when we look at who is better :) **ROVERS/DINGLES DERBY** Total derby games (inc cup): 91 Blackburn wins: 39 Bunley wins: 37 Drawn: 15 Rovers goals: 170 Burnley goals: 151 **HONOURS** Rovers... League: 3 FA Cup: 6 League cup: 1 Community Shield: 1 Total = 11 Burnley... League: 2 FA Cup: 1 League cup: 0 Community Shield: 2 Total = 5 These are facts and facts only, taken from wiki: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/East_Lancas hire_derby Read em n weep dingles... Read em and weep... Haha[/p][/quote]Some more facts?? Records[edit] Most appearances: 19, Jerry Dawson (Burnley) and Ronnie Clayton (Blackburn) Record goal scorer: 12, Jack Southworth Highest attendance at Ewood Park: 53,839, 8 October 1960 Highest attendance at Turf Moor: 51,501, 5 March 1960 Highest Scoring Game:Blackburn 8–3 Burnley, 9 November 1929 Blackburn Largest Home win: 7–1, 3 November 1888 Burnley Largest Home win: 6–0, 18 April 1896 Blackburn Largest away win: 7–1, 26 October 1889 Burnley Largest away win: 5–1, 16 October 1926 Most consecutive League wins Blackburn: 6, (3 November 1888 – 22 November 1890 & 27 December 1982 - 28 March 2010) Most consecutive League wins Burnley: 5 (3 April 1915 – 22 January 1921) Longest undefeated run: 10 Blackburn (27 December 1982 – Present) Most goals scored by a player in a match: 4 Percy Dawson (Blackburn) 28 November 1914[/p][/quote]If you can put your willy waving antic's to one side for a moment you fool, you might realise that football is all about the here and now. And as such you are 17 points behind Burnley FC in February 2014, after finishing the 2012/13 season BELOW Burnley FC. We haven't required a massive financial investment to climb above you, we haven't been bankrolled by wealthy foreigners, we have done it through hard work and good management on and off the pitch. You cannot argue with that. The fact the you continue to embarrass yourselves with stories of a title you've bought only serves to bring shame on the history of your club. In comparing the two teams the one fact that stands out more than any is this: The last time you won the English league title fair and square (i.e. without a massive financial advantage) was 1915, the last time Burnley won the league title fair and square was 1960. Going back to 1888? Clutching at straws once again I see. Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies. Lets look at where we are now, on a level playing field (with the exception of your astronomical salaries and £11million worth of strikers) and yet your are being dominated in EVERY SINGLE AREA by Burnley FC. Look up Blackburn, we're still there![/p][/quote]35 years[/p][/quote]And there's my point proven once again. You clowns have absolutely nothing on Burnley these days, you are a joke of a club being dominated by your rivals on and off the pitch. So make the most of that 35 year comedy record Mungo because that too will be taken from you on March the 9th. And please get with the times.. 17 points. SEVENTEEN! Unbelievable![/p][/quote]"Your recent 'honours' are bought and paid for with the ill-gotten gains of a senile old bed-wetter who spent most of his days away with the fairies". Same old despicable Dingle,you bring shame on yourself and your club with these sort of comments that don't belong on these boards. Its to Burnleys F.C supporters shame that they seem not to be able to question your so called banter. You sir are not worthy to be called a football supporter,just a jealous lousy piece of filth who mocks those who have passed away. I am glad that your club have you as a so called supporter.We don't need your type at Ewood. At least try to show some decency in your posts because as yet you've shown yourself up to be the low life you seem to be.[/p][/quote]His 'despicable' and abusive comments are designed to 'wind us up' and provoke a response. Don't fall for it, just ignore him as most on here are now doing and he'll have to go away.[/p][/quote]Winding up I can take,but the references to J.W. are just beyond the pale, he is what he is and that is a low life.[/p][/quote]I agree, but won't let him provoke me into a response. I'm not coming on here to 'entertain' him all day. He should be using his time to find a job. If it was up to me I would stop his benefits until he proved he was 'looking' for work instead of spending hours every day on here..[/p][/quote]yes you are right and I know I should ignore him and in most cases I do,but I don't feel that anybody has the right to speak ill of the dead,certainly not him. Whatever J.W did for us he did willingly,he can't defend himself,so some one has to do it for him,we as Rovers fans owe him that much.[/p][/quote]Only the lowest of the low mock the dead, and they don't come much lower than him. A truly despicable person. Stone Island:
  • Score: 6

5:47pm Mon 24 Feb 14

greenscreener says...

Perhaps this is the point to draw a line under the errant nonsense of the attention seeker and get back to what matters

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We have an important game against Bolton coming up and I have to say that after destroying them at Ewood we need to get on the front foot and take the game to them. Score first and score early, they are fragile at best and have still not developed any kind of pattern that doesn't rely on playing it up to Kevin Davies.

COYB
Perhaps this is the point to draw a line under the errant nonsense of the attention seeker and get back to what matters -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- ----- We have an important game against Bolton coming up and I have to say that after destroying them at Ewood we need to get on the front foot and take the game to them. Score first and score early, they are fragile at best and have still not developed any kind of pattern that doesn't rely on playing it up to Kevin Davies. COYB greenscreener
  • Score: 8

5:53pm Mon 24 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see.

Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see. Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

5:55pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

Rovers record last 20 years
Premier League Champions: 1995
F.A. Community shield runners up : 1995
Lancashire Senior Cup Winners : 2007, 2011
F.A. Youth cup runners up : 2000, 2012
Football League cup winner :2002
UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners :2007
Also some more facts
Blackburn Rovers are the only Football Club to be founder members of the Premier League and Football League and Champions of both.
Only club to win F.A cup finals 3 times in succession
Only club to receive commemorative plaque for 3 straight F.A cup final wins
Only club to be allowed to have their club crest on corner flags

Burnley record last 20 years
2nd Division runners up : 1999-2000
Promoted to Premier League : 2008
Relegated to Championship : 2009
set a club record for consecutive league games without a win,18
(19 if include a cup game) : 2006–07

These are the facts lads,looks a bit one sided.
Rovers record last 20 years Premier League Champions: 1995 F.A. Community shield runners up : 1995 Lancashire Senior Cup Winners : 2007, 2011 F.A. Youth cup runners up : 2000, 2012 Football League cup winner :2002 UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners :2007 Also some more facts Blackburn Rovers are the only Football Club to be founder members of the Premier League and Football League and Champions of both. Only club to win F.A cup finals 3 times in succession Only club to receive commemorative plaque for 3 straight F.A cup final wins Only club to be allowed to have their club crest on corner flags Burnley record last 20 years 2nd Division runners up : 1999-2000 Promoted to Premier League : 2008 Relegated to Championship : 2009 set a club record for consecutive league games without a win,18 (19 if include a cup game) : 2006–07 These are the facts lads,looks a bit one sided. earwego
  • Score: 5

6:00pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Stone Island: says...

earwego wrote:
Rovers record last 20 years
Premier League Champions: 1995
F.A. Community shield runners up : 1995
Lancashire Senior Cup Winners : 2007, 2011
F.A. Youth cup runners up : 2000, 2012
Football League cup winner :2002
UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners :2007
Also some more facts
Blackburn Rovers are the only Football Club to be founder members of the Premier League and Football League and Champions of both.
Only club to win F.A cup finals 3 times in succession
Only club to receive commemorative plaque for 3 straight F.A cup final wins
Only club to be allowed to have their club crest on corner flags

Burnley record last 20 years
2nd Division runners up : 1999-2000
Promoted to Premier League : 2008
Relegated to Championship : 2009
set a club record for consecutive league games without a win,18
(19 if include a cup game) : 2006–07

These are the facts lads,looks a bit one sided.
Is it any wonder they're so bitter and twisted?
[quote][p][bold]earwego[/bold] wrote: Rovers record last 20 years Premier League Champions: 1995 F.A. Community shield runners up : 1995 Lancashire Senior Cup Winners : 2007, 2011 F.A. Youth cup runners up : 2000, 2012 Football League cup winner :2002 UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners :2007 Also some more facts Blackburn Rovers are the only Football Club to be founder members of the Premier League and Football League and Champions of both. Only club to win F.A cup finals 3 times in succession Only club to receive commemorative plaque for 3 straight F.A cup final wins Only club to be allowed to have their club crest on corner flags Burnley record last 20 years 2nd Division runners up : 1999-2000 Promoted to Premier League : 2008 Relegated to Championship : 2009 set a club record for consecutive league games without a win,18 (19 if include a cup game) : 2006–07 These are the facts lads,looks a bit one sided.[/p][/quote]Is it any wonder they're so bitter and twisted? Stone Island:
  • Score: 6

6:03pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Whydidtheybanme? says...

My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom.

I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf.

And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley
My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom. I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf. And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley Whydidtheybanme?
  • Score: 6

6:11pm Mon 24 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see.

Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow?
How did you guess??
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see. Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow?[/p][/quote]How did you guess?? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 0

6:15pm Mon 24 Feb 14

baldie says...

Good win for Burnley on Saturday.But make no mistake,that Forest side bore no resemblance to the one that beat us only a few weeks ago and were flying.
Vaughn and Lansbury out for the season and Reid injured.
Their full 1st choice midfield all out and another 6 injuries besides.
Just goes to show how quickly the wheels can come off.
There's a long way to go yet.
We have had more than our fair share of injuries.Let's hope Cairney gets the green light and we can kick on with a strong finish and try to put some pressure on the teams above us.
Good win for Burnley on Saturday.But make no mistake,that Forest side bore no resemblance to the one that beat us only a few weeks ago and were flying. Vaughn and Lansbury out for the season and Reid injured. Their full 1st choice midfield all out and another 6 injuries besides. Just goes to show how quickly the wheels can come off. There's a long way to go yet. We have had more than our fair share of injuries.Let's hope Cairney gets the green light and we can kick on with a strong finish and try to put some pressure on the teams above us. baldie
  • Score: 5

6:16pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Dukes says...

it was a vital win.
it was a vital win. Dukes
  • Score: 1

6:46pm Mon 24 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
I've heard the catchment area of Blackburn's is far greater than 50% pal.

My mate knows a Burnley fan who said that Blackburns catchment area is bigger than the population of China. Normally I'd have laughed it off but seeing as this geezer's a claret it must be true.

He also said Burnley's population is infact 11,000 and any official population figures are distorted because they just are. No wonder you're the greatest supported club in the universe.

To be fair he did admit that the reputed 8,000 clarets that travel to every away game is exaggerated - he said it was more like 7,999.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.[/p][/quote]I've heard the catchment area of Blackburn's is far greater than 50% pal. My mate knows a Burnley fan who said that Blackburns catchment area is bigger than the population of China. Normally I'd have laughed it off but seeing as this geezer's a claret it must be true. He also said Burnley's population is infact 11,000 and any official population figures are distorted because they just are. No wonder you're the greatest supported club in the universe. To be fair he did admit that the reputed 8,000 clarets that travel to every away game is exaggerated - he said it was more like 7,999. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 7

6:49pm Mon 24 Feb 14

daan says...

Being a Rovers supporter or a Burnley supporter one of the best things about supporting either of these clubs is having such a great derby, being a rovers supporter wouldn't be half as much fun if Burnley weren't there, same for their supporters, they come on here and have a laugh, take the p@ss, fair play. Whilst they are doing so well they have every right to, when it's the other way round so would we. Banter is banter, I even laugh when they come out with a witty p@ss take at our expense when it's genuinely funny. Fact is no other supporters in this country give a cr@p about Blackburn or their results but Burnley, same the other way round, I'll bet that being Burnley fan at the moment wouldn't be half as much fun if Blackburn weren't there to envy you, would it ? It's all good Lancashire fun.
That idiot up there however, the 52 year old child. Spouting about the late Jack Walker ain't funny at all, that's not banter. That guy spends his life on here and it's not healthy. Suggest you go see a doctor.
Being a Rovers supporter or a Burnley supporter one of the best things about supporting either of these clubs is having such a great derby, being a rovers supporter wouldn't be half as much fun if Burnley weren't there, same for their supporters, they come on here and have a laugh, take the p@ss, fair play. Whilst they are doing so well they have every right to, when it's the other way round so would we. Banter is banter, I even laugh when they come out with a witty p@ss take at our expense when it's genuinely funny. Fact is no other supporters in this country give a cr@p about Blackburn or their results but Burnley, same the other way round, I'll bet that being Burnley fan at the moment wouldn't be half as much fun if Blackburn weren't there to envy you, would it ? It's all good Lancashire fun. That idiot up there however, the 52 year old child. Spouting about the late Jack Walker ain't funny at all, that's not banter. That guy spends his life on here and it's not healthy. Suggest you go see a doctor. daan
  • Score: 3

7:00pm Mon 24 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then?

As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).
You not a Claret IDIOT
So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT??

For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.
Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see.

Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow?
How did you guess??
Oh just a hunch. Or in your case a hunched back eh....
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I think us Dingles need to keep quiet as it may well turn into a Carlsberg season for them if they sneak in to 6th place on the up and we start to slide - who's most likely to win the play-offs then? As forgoing up too early - there's never a bad time for town clubs like ours. The secret is to go up, have a good time and accept the money while making the long term future safe. All said and done I prefer the Championship though it'd be nice to pop up into the Prem every few years (just not at the cost of potentially bankrupting the club).[/p][/quote]You not a Claret IDIOT[/p][/quote]So there's a Dingle on a Rovers page spending his time trying to root out people who are not Dingles? Who's the IDIOT?? For the record I just try to comment on East Lancs football. I can't help the fact I have to go on t'Turf cause my mums my dad, my dads my mum and I'm interbred. Just my thoughts.[/p][/quote]Well done Tom for being honest. There are far too many on here hiding behind false identities, so it's nice to see. Just out of curiosity are your palms hairy and do you have a swollen mono brow?[/p][/quote]How did you guess??[/p][/quote]Oh just a hunch. Or in your case a hunched back eh.... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 0

7:11pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.
So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour!

Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more.

Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it.

17 points.
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.[/p][/quote]So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour! Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more. Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it. 17 points. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -5

7:15pm Mon 24 Feb 14

daan says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.
So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour!

Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more.

Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it.

17 points.
Weirdo
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.[/p][/quote]So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour! Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more. Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it. 17 points.[/p][/quote]Weirdo daan
  • Score: 1

7:30pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
Lancs - pensioner wrote:
Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.
So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour!

Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more.

Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it.

17 points.
" going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY" Thats rich coming from you who spends all week writing on the Rovers posts with your despicable obsessive behaviour on all things Rovers and when I responded to your comments, I wasn't talking about you,I was talking to you. I don't care who you support or how old you are,you are still a low life.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: Don't answer the plonker, he's not worth it.[/p][/quote]So much for that idea old man, you advised them at 11.08am but these morons have so little going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY.... now that really is obsessive behaviour! Perhaps if you had a decent football club some of you wouldn't be so easily wound up. It's a bit of banter but I get the impression some of you Shadsworth cave dwellers are literally punching holes in the walls such is your embarrassment at being the little club once more. Don't take it so seriously. And if one or two of you clowns really believe I'm 52 just because I say so, then here's another one for you, Burnley will spank your beleaguered, empty shell of a football club off the park on March 9th. And don't you just know it. 17 points.[/p][/quote]" going on in their lives they have to talk about me ALL DAY" Thats rich coming from you who spends all week writing on the Rovers posts with your despicable obsessive behaviour on all things Rovers and when I responded to your comments, I wasn't talking about you,I was talking to you. I don't care who you support or how old you are,you are still a low life. earwego
  • Score: 7

8:36pm Mon 24 Feb 14

jack01 says...

look.up.blackburn wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley.

I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.[/p][/quote]Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley. I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket! jack01
  • Score: 2

8:38pm Mon 24 Feb 14

earwego says...

Keans first game in Brunei he hopes to win the S-League not just this season, but next year as well, as well as Singapore's cup competition. Based on Saturday's disjointed performance against well-drilled Albirex, that may be ambitious,
"Disjointed performance" going to win the league and the cup this and next season.
Now all that sounds familiar. No change there then. That's them relegated.
Keans first game in Brunei he hopes to win the S-League not just this season, but next year as well, as well as Singapore's cup competition. Based on Saturday's disjointed performance against well-drilled Albirex, that may be ambitious, "Disjointed performance" going to win the league and the cup this and next season. Now all that sounds familiar. No change there then. That's them relegated. earwego
  • Score: 1

8:54pm Mon 24 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

jack01 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley.

I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket!
Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo.

Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not.

Your attendances are abysmal.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.[/p][/quote]Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley. I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket![/p][/quote]Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo. Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not. Your attendances are abysmal. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -1

9:03pm Mon 24 Feb 14

noddy57 says...

Lancs - pensioner wrote:
It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going.
great 3 points ,,just don,t award Gary manager of the month,,it will sure be the kiss of death,
[quote][p][bold]Lancs - pensioner[/bold] wrote: It's gone forget it, it's Bolton next, if we lose there Reading will be a useless result COYB up and at em. We need another three points against a very poor Bolton side to keep the momentum going.[/p][/quote]great 3 points ,,just don,t award Gary manager of the month,,it will sure be the kiss of death, noddy57
  • Score: 1

9:35pm Mon 24 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
jack01 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley.

I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket!
Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo.

Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not.

Your attendances are abysmal.
I wish everyone in Blackburn supported Rovers like Burnley folk support Burnley. It's not our fault the population of Burnley is only 11,000 & the population of Blackburn is the same as Moscow.

The fact not one single person living in Padiham, Nelson, Colne, Barnoldswick, Bacup, Todmorden, Accrington, Rawtenstall, Ramsbottom, Clitheroe, Hapton, Simonstone, Read, Huncoat, Baxenden, Sabden, Barrowford or Gisburn support Burnley is actually quite astonishing but it must be true if you say so Mr 24/7.....
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.[/p][/quote]Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley. I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket![/p][/quote]Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo. Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not. Your attendances are abysmal.[/p][/quote]I wish everyone in Blackburn supported Rovers like Burnley folk support Burnley. It's not our fault the population of Burnley is only 11,000 & the population of Blackburn is the same as Moscow. The fact not one single person living in Padiham, Nelson, Colne, Barnoldswick, Bacup, Todmorden, Accrington, Rawtenstall, Ramsbottom, Clitheroe, Hapton, Simonstone, Read, Huncoat, Baxenden, Sabden, Barrowford or Gisburn support Burnley is actually quite astonishing but it must be true if you say so Mr 24/7..... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 7

10:29pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Poor Baldric...no life at all have you , you live for Rovers!
We own you ....
Poor Baldric...no life at all have you , you live for Rovers! We own you .... Wild Rover
  • Score: 0

10:30pm Mon 24 Feb 14

baldie says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
jack01 wrote:
look.up.blackburn wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad.

Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.
Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful.

15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was.

It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.
Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley.

I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket!
Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo.

Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not.

Your attendances are abysmal.
2890 from Forest.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Given your hysterical behaviour over being a massive seven places above Blackburn in the Championship and being on course for only a second league finish above Blackburn in 33 years I'd say that suggests we have plenty 'on' Burnley these days. This is glory for Burnley, how sad. Still struggling to get past the 11,000 home fans mark I see. What an embarrassment. Dyke and his friends give you your best season in living memory and this is how you back the club in a promotion challenge. No wonder that anyone decent walks out at the first opportunity.[/p][/quote]Same old story, either whining about days gone by or resorting to attendances, which is equally as embarrassing given that Blackburn have a 50% larger catchment area and are currently giving away tickets. Shameful. 15,000 at Turf Moor on Saturday Mungo. And what a game it was. It's not hysterical, its not over-hyped, its just enjoying a good season for what it is, a good season with the promise of something bigger to come. It's just a shame you lot have been slapped down so much that you now can only hope and pray we finish 3rd instead of 2nd.[/p][/quote]Same old story? Coming from the lunatic dingle who spends all day every day spewing bile on a Blackburn Rovers page trying to re-write history that's a bit rich! It is hysterical because you repeat the same nonsense every day of the week, probably because you've been waiting all your sad life to try and gloat over Blackburn. After 33 years of waiting I can understand your excitement. I'd probably be the same if I'd lived my entire life resentful and bitter about Burnley. I notice you refer to 15,000 on t'turf on Saturday as though it is some kind of achievement. Since you've spent all season telling us all how brilliant Burnley are these days and how good the football is I'd be expecting a few more to turn up and back the 'promotion push'. Especially shocking when you consider that at least 3,500 of those were from Forest. Blackburn don't give away tickets, never have. Nor do we resort to board members begging in the local media for more people to turn up. As for your 'catchment area' rubbish, what does it even mean? Barnet have a bigger catchment area than Blackburn, don't get bigger crowds. Wigan is the same size as Burnley yet they get much bigger crowds. Keep changing the criteria to fit your own needs. I just think its sums Burnley up nicely. That and singing in their thousands about a dead man. No doubt in the event of promotion crowds will suddenly double and even you might try and get a season ticket![/p][/quote]Less than 1900 from Forest Mungo. Bigger catchment area means a bigger local area from which to draw support. The Blackburn area is 50% larger, hence you should be drawing 50% more support, but you're not. Your attendances are abysmal.[/p][/quote]2890 from Forest. baldie
  • Score: 1

11:57pm Mon 24 Feb 14

owd nick says...

To all the guys who keep arguing with the troll.

"Never argue with an idiot, he will only drag you down to his level".

Nuff said.
To all the guys who keep arguing with the troll. "Never argue with an idiot, he will only drag you down to his level". Nuff said. owd nick
  • Score: 2

10:04am Tue 25 Feb 14

Itsnotmeyoubellend says...

Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom.

I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf.

And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley
How many times do u need telling WLUV/CP/LUB isn't me, you seem quite happy to accept the fact that it isn't me when we're talking face to face but when I check out this forum you're at it again with your pathetic little digs.
I couldn't believe it when you told me TB was WDTBM? but a quick google search revealed you, Mally, as the real culprit which is a shame 'cos I always thought you were a decent sort.
You have my mob number, feel free to give me a call and maybe we can sort out these personal grievances you seem to have with me.
As for feeling embarrassed for me, don't, it's not me who's made myself look knt whilst hiding behind a keyboard.

Mark
[quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom. I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf. And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley[/p][/quote]How many times do u need telling WLUV/CP/LUB isn't me, you seem quite happy to accept the fact that it isn't me when we're talking face to face but when I check out this forum you're at it again with your pathetic little digs. I couldn't believe it when you told me TB was WDTBM? but a quick google search revealed you, Mally, as the real culprit which is a shame 'cos I always thought you were a decent sort. You have my mob number, feel free to give me a call and maybe we can sort out these personal grievances you seem to have with me. As for feeling embarrassed for me, don't, it's not me who's made myself look knt whilst hiding behind a keyboard. Mark Itsnotmeyoubellend
  • Score: 1

10:54am Tue 25 Feb 14

look.up.blackburn says...

Itsnotmeyoubellend wrote:
Whydidtheybanme? wrote:
My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom.

I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf.

And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley
How many times do u need telling WLUV/CP/LUB isn't me, you seem quite happy to accept the fact that it isn't me when we're talking face to face but when I check out this forum you're at it again with your pathetic little digs.
I couldn't believe it when you told me TB was WDTBM? but a quick google search revealed you, Mally, as the real culprit which is a shame 'cos I always thought you were a decent sort.
You have my mob number, feel free to give me a call and maybe we can sort out these personal grievances you seem to have with me.
As for feeling embarrassed for me, don't, it's not me who's made myself look knt whilst hiding behind a keyboard.

Mark
Whydidtheybanme? or as we'll now call you, Mally.

I think we now know who Mark is. Shall we move on now.

What a muppet you are.
[quote][p][bold]Itsnotmeyoubellend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whydidtheybanme?[/bold] wrote: My my Mark, you have been a busy boy on here today haven't you? Now what did the nurse tell you? You'll never get better keep coming on the Rovers forum spouting your inane ramblings and venom. I actually feel embarrassed for you my Tubby little friend - not to mention the embarrassment of your Chairman and Manager calling for "Supporters" to get themselves down 't Turf. And 14,900 less 3,000 Forest still = home supporters figures in the 11K range. Pitiful, thoroughly pitiful. As I've said before, catchment areas are pretty equal, if not slightly in favour of B@rnley[/p][/quote]How many times do u need telling WLUV/CP/LUB isn't me, you seem quite happy to accept the fact that it isn't me when we're talking face to face but when I check out this forum you're at it again with your pathetic little digs. I couldn't believe it when you told me TB was WDTBM? but a quick google search revealed you, Mally, as the real culprit which is a shame 'cos I always thought you were a decent sort. You have my mob number, feel free to give me a call and maybe we can sort out these personal grievances you seem to have with me. As for feeling embarrassed for me, don't, it's not me who's made myself look knt whilst hiding behind a keyboard. Mark[/p][/quote]Whydidtheybanme? or as we'll now call you, Mally. I think we now know who Mark is. Shall we move on now. What a muppet you are. look.up.blackburn
  • Score: 2

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