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FULL-TIME: Blackburn Rovers 4 Wigan Athletic 3

BLACKBURN Rovers made it three straight victories for the first time since January 2008 as they ended their season on a high by winning a seven-goal thriller with play-off bound Wigan Athletic at a thoroughly entertained Ewood Park.

But the victory, secured by two goals from the Championship player of the month Rudy Gestede and one each from newly crowned player of the year Tom Cairney and top-scorer Jordan Rhodes, was not enough for Rovers to finish in sixth position.

Instead the final play-off place went to Brighton & Hove Albion after they came from behind to win 2-1 at Nottingham Forest and move on to 72 points.

Reading, who started the day in sixth, dropped to seventh on 71 points after they had to settle for a 2-2 draw at home to promoted Burnley.

Rovers finished one point behind in eighth on 70.

Seventy points would have been enough to secure a top-six spot last season.

And there was a glimmer of hope it would be enough this time around too at half-time.

As at that stage Rovers were leading 3-1 and both Brighton and Reading were losing.

If the results would have stayed the same and had Gary Bowyer’s side managed to make up four more goals on the Royals, they would have made the play-offs.

But the game was effectively up from the moment James McClean, who was lucky to still be on the field, halved the deficit for Wigan just before the hour mark.

Unchanged Rovers, 100-1 rank outsiders to gatecrash the top six before kick-off, should have been ahead in the 11th minute after Josh King pulled the ball back across the box for Rhodes, who should have hit it first time.

But he took a touch and a combination of goalkeeper Scott Carson and defender Ivan Ramis blocked his effort.

However two minutes later Rovers took the lead as Cairney, who was announced as the club’s player of the year just before the game got under way, scored a quite breathtaking goal.

The midfielder won possession midway into the Latics half and cut infield and side-stepped two would-be challengers before stroking a cool right-footed finish past Carson and in off the post.

Had it come earlier in the campaign it would have been a serious contender for Rovers’ goal of the season, Jason Lowe’s 25-yard screamer at home to Middlesbrough.

But fifth-placed Wigan, who secured their place in the play-offs in midweek, equalised in the 17th minute as Ramis headed in on the goal-line after a corner made its way to him.

But two minutes after that man-of-the-match Craig Conway got to the byline and played the ball back to Gestede, who placed a powerful and precise left-footed 10-yard finish past Carson at his near post.

Rhodes then had one header ruled out for offside and another tipped over by the excellent Carson, both from crosses from Conway.

And it was the outstanding winger who set-up Rovers’ third goal in the 35th minute as he cut inside on to his right foot and swung the ball into the area for the towering Gestede to head magnificently past the former England goalkeeper.

It was the red-hot striker’s 13th goal of the campaign and his ninth in his last eight starts.

The Latics twice went close to reducing the arrears before a pulsating first half was out with McClean firing just wide and Grant Hanley clearing off the line from Nicky Maynard.

And it should have proved to be one of McClean’s last contributions after he pushed his head into Hanley’s after the Rovers captain had fouled him.

But the former Sunderland winger, like Hanley, got away with a booking.

And he came back to haunt the hosts in the 59th minute when he blasted in from close range after Josh McEachran’s shot was only half-cleared.

Five minutes later and Gestede went desperately close to netting his second hat-trick in three matches as he thundered a header against the bar from Conway’s inswinging corner.

Carson then saved from Cairney, Matt Kilgallon and Rhodes.

But the Wigan number one was beaten for the fourth time in the 84th minute when another inviting Conway free kick was headed in by Rhodes.

It was the prolific forward’s 25th goal of the season – only Leeds United’s Ross McCormack (28) scored more in the Championship – and the 150th of his senior club career.

But it was the Latics, who improved considerably in the second half, who had the final say when Maynard was allowed too much time and space to rifle past Paul Robinson from 20 yards.

And the visitors would have equalised had Robinson not tipped a goal-bound header from substitute Shaun Maloney over the bar.

But that would not have been fair on Rovers, who spurned the chance to make the final scoreline more emphatic when Gestede blazed over from a cross from sub Liam Feeney.

Rovers: Robinson, Keane, Hanley, Kilgallon, Olsson, King (Feeney 80), Evans (Lowe 73), Cairney, Conway, Gestede, Rhodes. Subs not used: Eastwood, Dunn, Varney, Williamson, Taylor.

Booked: Hanley, Gestede, Kilgallon.

Goals: Cairney 13, Gestede 19, 35, Rhodes 84.

Wigan: Carson, Kiernan, Ramis (Barnett 46) Caldwell (Holgersson 72), Crainey, Collison, Espinoza, McEachran, McClean, Maynard, Waghorn (Maloney 65). Subs not used: Al Habsi, McManaman, Beausejour, Fortune.

Booked: McClean, Crainey.

Goals: Ramis 17, McClean 59, Maynard 87.

Referee: Roger East.

Attendance: 16,996 (2,010 away).

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2:25pm Sat 3 May 14

FCBurnley says...

STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER FCBurnley
  • Score: -54

2:29pm Sat 3 May 14

Chels17 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
We'll see what happens when you play Stoke City
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]We'll see what happens when you play Stoke City Chels17
  • Score: 16

2:30pm Sat 3 May 14

juanbbien says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet juanbbien
  • Score: 25

2:31pm Sat 3 May 14

djbonlee says...

Good effort. Would've took 8th at beginning of season. Progress has been made and onto next season.
Good effort. Would've took 8th at beginning of season. Progress has been made and onto next season. djbonlee
  • Score: 43

2:35pm Sat 3 May 14

Blackburn Yoof says...

Well done Gary Bowyer. He's dragged us from a relegation battle last season to the verge of the play-offs this. Bowyers made some cracking signings (£400k for Conway and Gestade) and got the team playing very entertaining football. Don't do anything stupid Venky's. Just give Bowyer some money in the summer to unearth some more gems and let him continue the great work he's doing.
Well done Gary Bowyer. He's dragged us from a relegation battle last season to the verge of the play-offs this. Bowyers made some cracking signings (£400k for Conway and Gestade) and got the team playing very entertaining football. Don't do anything stupid Venky's. Just give Bowyer some money in the summer to unearth some more gems and let him continue the great work he's doing. Blackburn Yoof
  • Score: 92

2:36pm Sat 3 May 14

A Darener says...

Thank goodness it's all over perhaps we will hear less from Dingles for a couple of months until the preseason starts. Then off we go again.
At least we ended up on a reasonable high. Just need to keep most of the players and add a couple of defenders. Preferably see the back of the Venky's but not very likely.
Just the World Cup to win now! Lol.
Thank goodness it's all over perhaps we will hear less from Dingles for a couple of months until the preseason starts. Then off we go again. At least we ended up on a reasonable high. Just need to keep most of the players and add a couple of defenders. Preferably see the back of the Venky's but not very likely. Just the World Cup to win now! Lol. A Darener
  • Score: 12

2:56pm Sat 3 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

juanbbien wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet
Stupid comment Both Clubs BELONG IN THE TOP FLIGHT,Im a Claret Im a lot older than you yes I love beating The Blues but no Derby I hate it and Thank Christ Stanley are safe good luck to all three clubs next season UTC Longlive Topflight Turfmoor
[quote][p][bold]juanbbien[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet[/p][/quote]Stupid comment Both Clubs BELONG IN THE TOP FLIGHT,Im a Claret Im a lot older than you yes I love beating The Blues but no Derby I hate it and Thank Christ Stanley are safe good luck to all three clubs next season UTC Longlive Topflight Turfmoor Burnley59/60
  • Score: 83

2:59pm Sat 3 May 14

gaylegarnerkennedy says...

Great end of season, bodes well for next year...Hats off to GB for turning our magnificent proud club around in difficult circumstances, long may the progress continue.
Roll on next season.
RTID
Great end of season, bodes well for next year...Hats off to GB for turning our magnificent proud club around in difficult circumstances, long may the progress continue. Roll on next season. RTID gaylegarnerkennedy
  • Score: 49

3:13pm Sat 3 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........

Just lol.
Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........ Just lol. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -34

3:19pm Sat 3 May 14

A Darener says...

What if?.....if only!.....could have!......should have!..... Never mind! There is always next season!
What if?.....if only!.....could have!......should have!..... Never mind! There is always next season! A Darener
  • Score: 13

3:20pm Sat 3 May 14

OnePostThenTheOther says...

As it transpires Stephenson's 88th minute equaliser for Brighton has kept us out of the play-offs. They would have finished on 71 us on 72. On the night Bowyer said "Brighton only had four shots on target. I'm majorly disappointed"

Not to worry, some fantastic football this afternoon but this side isn't ready for the Premiership. A couple of signings with experience, cut out the mistakes and go for automatic next season.
As it transpires Stephenson's 88th minute equaliser for Brighton has kept us out of the play-offs. They would have finished on 71 us on 72. On the night Bowyer said "Brighton only had four shots on target. I'm majorly disappointed" Not to worry, some fantastic football this afternoon but this side isn't ready for the Premiership. A couple of signings with experience, cut out the mistakes and go for automatic next season. OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: 25

3:34pm Sat 3 May 14

stick to football says...

Good effort - a case of what might have been. 45-3 flattered Wigan although they kept going and were short of main players. Could have easily been 6 1 at Half Time

Once again inconsistent Referees played a major part in the game. When is a Head Butt not a red card - unbelievable poor refereeing - it is a pity Assessors reports on refeees and Referees Assistants are not made public. One thing is sure the ref today was just the culmination of a season of inconsistencys.

Rovers must also learn to defend - still too many soft goals conceded because we back off and allow space for speculative shots.

Roll on next season - this year would have been too soon but next year with additions to the squad we can do a Leicester
Good effort - a case of what might have been. 45-3 flattered Wigan although they kept going and were short of main players. Could have easily been 6 1 at Half Time Once again inconsistent Referees played a major part in the game. When is a Head Butt not a red card - unbelievable poor refereeing - it is a pity Assessors reports on refeees and Referees Assistants are not made public. One thing is sure the ref today was just the culmination of a season of inconsistencys. Rovers must also learn to defend - still too many soft goals conceded because we back off and allow space for speculative shots. Roll on next season - this year would have been too soon but next year with additions to the squad we can do a Leicester stick to football
  • Score: 17

3:42pm Sat 3 May 14

wilddog says...

roll on next season FFP! Dont forget that boys!
roll on next season FFP! Dont forget that boys! wilddog
  • Score: -12

3:47pm Sat 3 May 14

To.guy says...

stick to football wrote:
Good effort - a case of what might have been. 45-3 flattered Wigan although they kept going and were short of main players. Could have easily been 6 1 at Half Time

Once again inconsistent Referees played a major part in the game. When is a Head Butt not a red card - unbelievable poor refereeing - it is a pity Assessors reports on refeees and Referees Assistants are not made public. One thing is sure the ref today was just the culmination of a season of inconsistencys.

Rovers must also learn to defend - still too many soft goals conceded because we back off and allow space for speculative shots.

Roll on next season - this year would have been too soon but next year with additions to the squad we can do a Leicester
Wasnt the head butt retaliation to Hanley swinging his arm at his head? Think by the letter of the law they both should have seen red.
[quote][p][bold]stick to football[/bold] wrote: Good effort - a case of what might have been. 45-3 flattered Wigan although they kept going and were short of main players. Could have easily been 6 1 at Half Time Once again inconsistent Referees played a major part in the game. When is a Head Butt not a red card - unbelievable poor refereeing - it is a pity Assessors reports on refeees and Referees Assistants are not made public. One thing is sure the ref today was just the culmination of a season of inconsistencys. Rovers must also learn to defend - still too many soft goals conceded because we back off and allow space for speculative shots. Roll on next season - this year would have been too soon but next year with additions to the squad we can do a Leicester[/p][/quote]Wasnt the head butt retaliation to Hanley swinging his arm at his head? Think by the letter of the law they both should have seen red. To.guy
  • Score: 6

4:03pm Sat 3 May 14

john byrom says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER. john byrom
  • Score: 3

4:03pm Sat 3 May 14

jogalot says...

Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol! jogalot
  • Score: -49

4:06pm Sat 3 May 14

john byrom says...

jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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well you wont be missed down at Ewood
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]well you wont be missed down at Ewood john byrom
  • Score: 43

4:09pm Sat 3 May 14

noddy57 says...

we look to next season with optimism, our squad just did not have enough at crucial times and we fell short but l am full of optimism for next season and l am sure we can even emulate what Leicester city have done,,l can just see it now Blackburn get promoted and Burnley get demoted,that is not a bad scenario is it ?
we look to next season with optimism, our squad just did not have enough at crucial times and we fell short but l am full of optimism for next season and l am sure we can even emulate what Leicester city have done,,l can just see it now Blackburn get promoted and Burnley get demoted,that is not a bad scenario is it ? noddy57
  • Score: 18

4:44pm Sat 3 May 14

owd nick says...

Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-)

Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored.

At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes.

I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course.

Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up.
Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-) Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored. At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes. I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course. Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up. owd nick
  • Score: 35

4:46pm Sat 3 May 14

Forever Blue says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........

Just lol.
Just imagine if you had beaten THE ROVERS at turd moor never happened in your life time little six fingered on the dole waste of skin LOL
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........ Just lol.[/p][/quote]Just imagine if you had beaten THE ROVERS at turd moor never happened in your life time little six fingered on the dole waste of skin LOL Forever Blue
  • Score: 2

4:54pm Sat 3 May 14

Manuel Hung says...

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No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!!
Pop....pop.......pop ...........pop ........pop..pop.... ........pop....pop.. ...............pop.. ......pop.... Pop......pop..pop.po p.pop...........pop. ...........pop...... .. No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!! Manuel Hung
  • Score: -15

4:55pm Sat 3 May 14

jim 2012 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
you are not and never have been a established premier league club
this will be you're second season in over forty years that you have been able to put together a squad of player good enough to get you to the premier league
burnley will have a big fight on there hands just to stay in the top league
it will be interesting next season to see just how many games burnley win
maybe f c burnley could give us the benefit of his footbal brain and tell us
but there is one thing I do know if it does take for ever burnley will never win the premier league not in your lifetime you will never see a burnley captain lift the premier league trophy you can verate blackburn rovers all you want but you will never come close to that
I for one will look forward to burnley relegation fight next season
a three minute slot on match of the day mega
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]you are not and never have been a established premier league club this will be you're second season in over forty years that you have been able to put together a squad of player good enough to get you to the premier league burnley will have a big fight on there hands just to stay in the top league it will be interesting next season to see just how many games burnley win maybe f c burnley could give us the benefit of his footbal brain and tell us but there is one thing I do know if it does take for ever burnley will never win the premier league not in your lifetime you will never see a burnley captain lift the premier league trophy you can verate blackburn rovers all you want but you will never come close to that I for one will look forward to burnley relegation fight next season a three minute slot on match of the day mega jim 2012
  • Score: 1

5:03pm Sat 3 May 14

255.255.255.0 says...

For a club that was at its lowest point, to finish where we are and just missing out on playoffs is very good achievement. Imagine what can be achieved with a few more good signings
Automatic promotion looks likely next season and be better prepared. Who cares what the dingles think. Theyl be dowm before you know it.
For a club that was at its lowest point, to finish where we are and just missing out on playoffs is very good achievement. Imagine what can be achieved with a few more good signings Automatic promotion looks likely next season and be better prepared. Who cares what the dingles think. Theyl be dowm before you know it. 255.255.255.0
  • Score: 0

5:08pm Sat 3 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Yeah Burnley will get smashed next season..and that's the truth not a biased opinion...

If we keep the team and add some much needed defenders we can easily get automatic promotion.

Burnley fans I would say enjoy it whilst it laughs...but then again how can you enjoy getting smashed every game and relegation...so just enjoy it now before the season starts.
Yeah Burnley will get smashed next season..and that's the truth not a biased opinion... If we keep the team and add some much needed defenders we can easily get automatic promotion. Burnley fans I would say enjoy it whilst it laughs...but then again how can you enjoy getting smashed every game and relegation...so just enjoy it now before the season starts. RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 5

5:11pm Sat 3 May 14

French Rover says...

Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season.

Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that?

Well done the Rovers!
Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers! French Rover
  • Score: 27

5:22pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Manuel Hung wrote:
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No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!!
Good game today, especially 1st half when we could & should've had 5 or 6.

Still genuinely optimistic about next season - however, we need a new GK. Robbo's been great for us and I sang his praises after Kean & Eastwood were rightly dropped, but he's overweight and past it I'm afraid - he cost us their first goal through a p*ss poor attempt at a clearance. Kings pace is a natural gift, however his decision making & crossing needs some serious attention - which we all knew.

Other than that we'll be up there next season.
[quote][p][bold]Manuel Hung[/bold] wrote: Pop....pop.......pop ...........pop ........pop..pop.... ........pop....pop.. ...............pop.. ......pop.... Pop......pop..pop.po p.pop...........pop. ...........pop...... .. No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!![/p][/quote]Good game today, especially 1st half when we could & should've had 5 or 6. Still genuinely optimistic about next season - however, we need a new GK. Robbo's been great for us and I sang his praises after Kean & Eastwood were rightly dropped, but he's overweight and past it I'm afraid - he cost us their first goal through a p*ss poor attempt at a clearance. Kings pace is a natural gift, however his decision making & crossing needs some serious attention - which we all knew. Other than that we'll be up there next season. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

5:23pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

And my comment wasn't supposed to posted as a reply to that dingle nob head
And my comment wasn't supposed to posted as a reply to that dingle nob head more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 4

5:24pm Sat 3 May 14

steve18gls says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely. steve18gls
  • Score: 1

5:27pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........

Just lol.
Just imagine if you weren't so infatuated with Rovers. There's more chance of you staying in the Premier League. Just lol......
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Just imagine if you had beaten Burnley at Trampwood........ Just lol.[/p][/quote]Just imagine if you weren't so infatuated with Rovers. There's more chance of you staying in the Premier League. Just lol...... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

5:29pm Sat 3 May 14

Joey99 says...

Generally a season of progress. Now we need to keep our key players, sign a right back and a new keeper, and drop the deadwood. We should be able to push for promotion next season. COYB!!!!
Generally a season of progress. Now we need to keep our key players, sign a right back and a new keeper, and drop the deadwood. We should be able to push for promotion next season. COYB!!!! Joey99
  • Score: 2

5:29pm Sat 3 May 14

Captain Dreckley says...

Cracking way to finish off the season and a million miles from where we were this time last year. I really don't think the squad needs too much tweeking, maybe a little strengthening up front as Varney really didn't set the world alight and I really think we need to strengthen at centre half with a good experienced partner to bring Hanley on and control the back line and right back really has been a problem all season and needs sorting badly. I honestly think that the injuries to some of Bowyer's more defensive minded midfield players has been a blessing in disguise as he has been forced to play what all of us on the terraces thought was our best 11 (with the exception of Tommy Spurr) who has been excellent and missed) and look at some of the results we have had. The amount of time Rudi spent on the bench this year was disgraceful and when he got a run in the side just look at what he has done for us. Bowyer has put a really good squad together but I am undecided if he is the best, tactically, to get the best out of them. Our end of season unbeaten run has been fantastic but throwing a 2 goal lead at Wednesday and then failing to score against Yeovil could have made all the difference but, like many, I would have taken this at the end of last season. Good luck to the dingles and I hope the board actually backs Dyche but I cannot see it after Coyle and Howe walked for bigger, more ambitious clubs. I must admit I thought it was quite funny when SSN were talking about the need to upgrade Dingley Dell to meet premiership ground standards, could be a final good bye to the wooden seats and the introduction of sanitation. And finally, well done to the Mighty Stanley, left it late but safe.
Cracking way to finish off the season and a million miles from where we were this time last year. I really don't think the squad needs too much tweeking, maybe a little strengthening up front as Varney really didn't set the world alight and I really think we need to strengthen at centre half with a good experienced partner to bring Hanley on and control the back line and right back really has been a problem all season and needs sorting badly. I honestly think that the injuries to some of Bowyer's more defensive minded midfield players has been a blessing in disguise as he has been forced to play what all of us on the terraces thought was our best 11 (with the exception of Tommy Spurr) who has been excellent and missed) and look at some of the results we have had. The amount of time Rudi spent on the bench this year was disgraceful and when he got a run in the side just look at what he has done for us. Bowyer has put a really good squad together but I am undecided if he is the best, tactically, to get the best out of them. Our end of season unbeaten run has been fantastic but throwing a 2 goal lead at Wednesday and then failing to score against Yeovil could have made all the difference but, like many, I would have taken this at the end of last season. Good luck to the dingles and I hope the board actually backs Dyche but I cannot see it after Coyle and Howe walked for bigger, more ambitious clubs. I must admit I thought it was quite funny when SSN were talking about the need to upgrade Dingley Dell to meet premiership ground standards, could be a final good bye to the wooden seats and the introduction of sanitation. And finally, well done to the Mighty Stanley, left it late but safe. Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 12

5:32pm Sat 3 May 14

FCBurnley says...

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !!
STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !! FCBurnley
  • Score: -19

5:51pm Sat 3 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !!
KH
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !![/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: -2

5:51pm Sat 3 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
KH
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 3

6:09pm Sat 3 May 14

MattNewcastle says...

No doubts about GBs genuine love for the club beating his chest and all that

However

Massive doubts for me as to whether he and his Team have the tactical accumen to takes us up next sesson.

Even his ability to adapt today to Wigan changing their tactics left us just about hanging on
No doubts about GBs genuine love for the club beating his chest and all that However Massive doubts for me as to whether he and his Team have the tactical accumen to takes us up next sesson. Even his ability to adapt today to Wigan changing their tactics left us just about hanging on MattNewcastle
  • Score: 2

6:13pm Sat 3 May 14

A Darener says...

He will have a couple of months during the break to study all the videoed matches of both the Rovers and other clubs to assess where he went wrong. Hopefully he will learn from these studies and implement the necessary changes to his tactics.
He will have a couple of months during the break to study all the videoed matches of both the Rovers and other clubs to assess where he went wrong. Hopefully he will learn from these studies and implement the necessary changes to his tactics. A Darener
  • Score: 5

6:16pm Sat 3 May 14

champs95 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !!
With all this attention you're seeking it sounds like you already have a tiddler.

Well done Rovers, the good times are coming back.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !![/p][/quote]With all this attention you're seeking it sounds like you already have a tiddler. Well done Rovers, the good times are coming back. champs95
  • Score: 9

6:18pm Sat 3 May 14

wilddog says...

Joey99 wrote:
Generally a season of progress. Now we need to keep our key players, sign a right back and a new keeper, and drop the deadwood. We should be able to push for promotion next season. COYB!!!!
You will have to sell first as FFP coming your way and its gonna hurt like hell. Overpaid players will have to be off loaded
[quote][p][bold]Joey99[/bold] wrote: Generally a season of progress. Now we need to keep our key players, sign a right back and a new keeper, and drop the deadwood. We should be able to push for promotion next season. COYB!!!![/p][/quote]You will have to sell first as FFP coming your way and its gonna hurt like hell. Overpaid players will have to be off loaded wilddog
  • Score: -6

6:31pm Sat 3 May 14

BJS says...

steve18gls wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.
They wont slide they'll be pretty much down there most of the season i'm afraid!
[quote][p][bold]steve18gls[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.[/p][/quote]They wont slide they'll be pretty much down there most of the season i'm afraid! BJS
  • Score: 6

6:33pm Sat 3 May 14

BJS says...

steve18gls wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.
They wont slide. They'll be pretty much rooted at or close to bottom for most of the time. Well done to them but slagging off Rovers is going to look a bit premature by the end of September.
[quote][p][bold]steve18gls[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.[/p][/quote]They wont slide. They'll be pretty much rooted at or close to bottom for most of the time. Well done to them but slagging off Rovers is going to look a bit premature by the end of September. BJS
  • Score: 6

6:49pm Sat 3 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -21

6:59pm Sat 3 May 14

wilddog says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
Now thats true journalism!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]Now thats true journalism! wilddog
  • Score: 2

7:09pm Sat 3 May 14

somerset rover says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
Seriously you are a prized ****. Commenting on rovers pages makes you sad and depressed. Try commenting on your own team for once ,no one gives a toss what you say.little man with a little mind.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]Seriously you are a prized ****. Commenting on rovers pages makes you sad and depressed. Try commenting on your own team for once ,no one gives a toss what you say.little man with a little mind. somerset rover
  • Score: 2

7:12pm Sat 3 May 14

baz58 says...

Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol
Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol baz58
  • Score: 13

7:18pm Sat 3 May 14

Angry From Accrington says...

jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 16

7:43pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

baz58 wrote:
Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol
How dare you! Burnley are a a small town club with better support than Real Madrid. And if we had a bigger crowd today it's because Jack Walker bought everyone a ticket.
[quote][p][bold]baz58[/bold] wrote: Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol[/p][/quote]How dare you! Burnley are a a small town club with better support than Real Madrid. And if we had a bigger crowd today it's because Jack Walker bought everyone a ticket. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 21

7:50pm Sat 3 May 14

dangerous dave says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians dangerous dave
  • Score: -7

7:52pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
Wow, 10 whole paragraphs. I've not read a word of it of course, I assume the long and short is how Rovers will be playing Sunday League next season and Burnley will be playing Barca, Bayern & Madrid.

Could I write 10 paragraphs about Burnley? - nope

If I could, would I? - nope

Are you an absolute tw4t - yep
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]Wow, 10 whole paragraphs. I've not read a word of it of course, I assume the long and short is how Rovers will be playing Sunday League next season and Burnley will be playing Barca, Bayern & Madrid. Could I write 10 paragraphs about Burnley? - nope If I could, would I? - nope Are you an absolute tw4t - yep more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 40

7:54pm Sat 3 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
More of the same? How would you know Dave, you don't go.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]More of the same? How would you know Dave, you don't go. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 14

7:56pm Sat 3 May 14

Bill Carson says...

Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys! Bill Carson
  • Score: 8

8:10pm Sat 3 May 14

roverstid says...

john byrom wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
well you wont be missed down at Ewood
Yes but give him some credit, its rare for a glory hunter to admit his shortcomings.

Just watch the Dingle Massive turn up en masse to watch Man City turn their butts the colour of their shirts whilst proclaiming their life long allegiance to the Cuprinol advert they call a stadium.
[quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]well you wont be missed down at Ewood[/p][/quote]Yes but give him some credit, its rare for a glory hunter to admit his shortcomings. Just watch the Dingle Massive turn up en masse to watch Man City turn their butts the colour of their shirts whilst proclaiming their life long allegiance to the Cuprinol advert they call a stadium. roverstid
  • Score: 2

8:14pm Sat 3 May 14

Rrjm2005 says...

jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Sounds like a dingle trying to provoke.......Ignore this guy's posts.
[quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Sounds like a dingle trying to provoke.......Ignore this guy's posts. Rrjm2005
  • Score: 3

8:23pm Sat 3 May 14

roverstid says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
Zzzz....

Meanwhile at Casa de Cuprinol the directors are getting ready to upgrade their mansions, whilst telling the lap it all numpties it all went on upgrading the environmentally fire hazard seats and investigating the foul stench emanating from the disgusting "facilities".

God help me I'm just choking on the thought of a Chelsea or City fan unlucky enough to have to use them.. a kodak moment if ever there was one!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]Zzzz.... Meanwhile at Casa de Cuprinol the directors are getting ready to upgrade their mansions, whilst telling the lap it all numpties it all went on upgrading the environmentally fire hazard seats and investigating the foul stench emanating from the disgusting "facilities". God help me I'm just choking on the thought of a Chelsea or City fan unlucky enough to have to use them.. a kodak moment if ever there was one! roverstid
  • Score: 13

8:30pm Sat 3 May 14

baldie says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
Don't agree with you there Angry.
I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along.
Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side.
The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many.
The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation.
So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Don't agree with you there Angry. I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along. Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side. The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many. The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation. So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty. baldie
  • Score: 4

8:31pm Sat 3 May 14

j bee says...

john byrom wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER.
hope ya knpw 30 clubs have dropped out of premier league rovers done it twice , if you have the points you have to go up , if you come back down its nowt new but you will be far richer
[quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER.[/p][/quote]hope ya knpw 30 clubs have dropped out of premier league rovers done it twice , if you have the points you have to go up , if you come back down its nowt new but you will be far richer j bee
  • Score: 3

8:31pm Sat 3 May 14

roverstid says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
-
-
- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
Why are you getting upset on Angry for replying to Jogalot?

Could it be that you really are a sad numty dingle we all suspect you are with multiple accounts trying (badly) to attempt a wind up because you just can't get over all those years of humiliation?

Busted methinks.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Why are you getting upset on Angry for replying to Jogalot? Could it be that you really are a sad numty dingle we all suspect you are with multiple accounts trying (badly) to attempt a wind up because you just can't get over all those years of humiliation? Busted methinks. roverstid
  • Score: 1

8:52pm Sat 3 May 14

Riverside 7 says...

A great game to watch, especially for the neutrals.
Another 4 goals scored albeit against a weakened Wigan side including a fantastic individual goal from Tom Cairney.

Jordan Rhodes could have scored 4 or 5 today but for me the game highlighted our defensive frailties.
I don’t understand how or why our Scottish International defender Grant Hanley cannot marshal his back four.
I know we had a 0 – 0 against Yeovil at home but how long is it since our last clean sheet?

I have been very critical of Bowyer over recent months, but I would accept that following our strong end to the season, he deserves another crack next season.

However, we still need to strengthen however, especially defensively.
In my opinion, none of our 3 goal-keepers are worth retaining - Robinson, Kean or Eastwood. We also need more cover at centre back, perhaps by recalling players who have been out on loan this season.
I hope we can retain Kean at right back but I am still not convinced we have the right balance in central midfield.
It certainly shouldn’t be Lowe and Williamson, especially at home, but are Evans & Cairney strong enough to play in the middle away from home?
A great game to watch, especially for the neutrals. Another 4 goals scored albeit against a weakened Wigan side including a fantastic individual goal from Tom Cairney. Jordan Rhodes could have scored 4 or 5 today but for me the game highlighted our defensive frailties. I don’t understand how or why our Scottish International defender Grant Hanley cannot marshal his back four. I know we had a 0 – 0 against Yeovil at home but how long is it since our last clean sheet? I have been very critical of Bowyer over recent months, but I would accept that following our strong end to the season, he deserves another crack next season. However, we still need to strengthen however, especially defensively. In my opinion, none of our 3 goal-keepers are worth retaining - Robinson, Kean or Eastwood. We also need more cover at centre back, perhaps by recalling players who have been out on loan this season. I hope we can retain Kean at right back but I am still not convinced we have the right balance in central midfield. It certainly shouldn’t be Lowe and Williamson, especially at home, but are Evans & Cairney strong enough to play in the middle away from home? Riverside 7
  • Score: 4

8:52pm Sat 3 May 14

morleyclaret says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
juanbbien wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet
Stupid comment Both Clubs BELONG IN THE TOP FLIGHT,Im a Claret Im a lot older than you yes I love beating The Blues but no Derby I hate it and Thank Christ Stanley are safe good luck to all three clubs next season UTC Longlive Topflight Turfmoor
Ditto! I cannot for the life of me understand how anyone who claims to be a Burnley supporter can be so narrow minded and insular to the point of putting any football team above one from NE Lancashire.
I don't come on here often, but I had to respond to the 'blinkered drivel' of someone who claims to be 'A Claret'!!!
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]juanbbien[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Bloody hell change the record,are you not bored what a Muppet[/p][/quote]Stupid comment Both Clubs BELONG IN THE TOP FLIGHT,Im a Claret Im a lot older than you yes I love beating The Blues but no Derby I hate it and Thank Christ Stanley are safe good luck to all three clubs next season UTC Longlive Topflight Turfmoor[/p][/quote]Ditto! I cannot for the life of me understand how anyone who claims to be a Burnley supporter can be so narrow minded and insular to the point of putting any football team above one from NE Lancashire. I don't come on here often, but I had to respond to the 'blinkered drivel' of someone who claims to be 'A Claret'!!! morleyclaret
  • Score: 13

9:00pm Sat 3 May 14

jim 2012 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !!
you Caught something on you'r tiddler you need a pill
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Caught so many tiddlers with my last cast I thought I would try it again !![/p][/quote]you Caught something on you'r tiddler you need a pill jim 2012
  • Score: 8

9:48pm Sat 3 May 14

Bazzer says...

French Rover wrote:
Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers!
The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers![/p][/quote]The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge. Bazzer
  • Score: 2

9:52pm Sat 3 May 14

passingfootball says...

Blackburn Yoof wrote:
Well done Gary Bowyer. He's dragged us from a relegation battle last season to the verge of the play-offs this. Bowyers made some cracking signings (£400k for Conway and Gestade) and got the team playing very entertaining football. Don't do anything stupid Venky's. Just give Bowyer some money in the summer to unearth some more gems and let him continue the great work he's doing.
rovers players shouldnt get too carried away by the last three games they werent playing against the strongest oppositions, all three teams that had been weakened by an extra midweek fixture, and weren't playing on a level playing field fitness-wise,

that said rovers players will be privately kicking themselves, if only they knew that late goal conceded to brighton at home would turn out to be the play-off decider, a win there rovers would have swapped places, winning by one point with brighton on 71 points, they would have got sent off for the sake of the team capturing the play-offs,

looking forward to next season anyway, cant imagine how many goals and assists conway and gestede will make if theyre let loose for the entire season, by the looks of it were heading on the right direction and confidence in the camp is increasing match by match, if bowyer can less less reactive with substitutions and be more proactive tactically, coping with the final quarter of the game will be much easier.
[quote][p][bold]Blackburn Yoof[/bold] wrote: Well done Gary Bowyer. He's dragged us from a relegation battle last season to the verge of the play-offs this. Bowyers made some cracking signings (£400k for Conway and Gestade) and got the team playing very entertaining football. Don't do anything stupid Venky's. Just give Bowyer some money in the summer to unearth some more gems and let him continue the great work he's doing.[/p][/quote]rovers players shouldnt get too carried away by the last three games they werent playing against the strongest oppositions, all three teams that had been weakened by an extra midweek fixture, and weren't playing on a level playing field fitness-wise, that said rovers players will be privately kicking themselves, if only they knew that late goal conceded to brighton at home would turn out to be the play-off decider, a win there rovers would have swapped places, winning by one point with brighton on 71 points, they would have got sent off for the sake of the team capturing the play-offs, looking forward to next season anyway, cant imagine how many goals and assists conway and gestede will make if theyre let loose for the entire season, by the looks of it were heading on the right direction and confidence in the camp is increasing match by match, if bowyer can less less reactive with substitutions and be more proactive tactically, coping with the final quarter of the game will be much easier. passingfootball
  • Score: 7

10:34pm Sat 3 May 14

French Rover says...

Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers!
The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.
Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman!
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers![/p][/quote]The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.[/p][/quote]Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman! French Rover
  • Score: 1

10:49pm Sat 3 May 14

greenscreener says...

French Rover wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers!
The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.
Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman!
We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers![/p][/quote]The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.[/p][/quote]Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman![/p][/quote]We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either. greenscreener
  • Score: 3

10:59pm Sat 3 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one......

LOL
If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one...... LOL look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -1

11:13pm Sat 3 May 14

wilddog says...

Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
[quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less! wilddog
  • Score: -1

11:20pm Sat 3 May 14

digitusjonfred says...

What a brilliant season after the last 3, roll on August so we can go for it boys..FOREVER ROVERS...YEAH.
What a brilliant season after the last 3, roll on August so we can go for it boys..FOREVER ROVERS...YEAH. digitusjonfred
  • Score: 5

11:24pm Sat 3 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

Next season The Mighty Clarets will be on tv early doors on Saturday night

The reason - they get the important stuff out of the way before the nearly-
rans get their 5 minutes of fame.

B******** Rovers - The Wilderness years started 4 years ago

BURNLEY FC - GIVE OUR REGARDS TO THE "CHUMPIONSIP"

BURNLEY FC - THE CLUB WITH THE SMALLEST POPULATION TO GRACE THE TOP TEAR OF ENGLISH FOOTBALL EVER

BURNLEY FC - PUNCHING ABOVE OUR WEIGHT SINCE 1882

AND ITS NO NAY NEVER

NO NAY NEVER NO MORE

WILL WE PLAY

B********* ROVERS

NO NEVER NO MORE
Next season The Mighty Clarets will be on tv early doors on Saturday night The reason - they get the important stuff out of the way before the nearly- rans get their 5 minutes of fame. B******** Rovers - The Wilderness years started 4 years ago BURNLEY FC - GIVE OUR REGARDS TO THE "CHUMPIONSIP" BURNLEY FC - THE CLUB WITH THE SMALLEST POPULATION TO GRACE THE TOP TEAR OF ENGLISH FOOTBALL EVER BURNLEY FC - PUNCHING ABOVE OUR WEIGHT SINCE 1882 AND ITS NO NAY NEVER NO NAY NEVER NO MORE WILL WE PLAY B********* ROVERS NO NEVER NO MORE burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -10

11:26pm Sat 3 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one......

LOL
If I had to describe your season it'd be this -

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ahahahahahahah


hahahahahahahahahaha
hahah

hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahahahahahaha
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hahahahahahahahhahha
hahahahahahahh

hahahahahahahhahahah
ahahahahahah

hahah

hahahahahahahahahaha
hahahahahhaha

hahahahahahaahahahah
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ahahahah
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one...... LOL[/p][/quote]If I had to describe your season it'd be this - hahahahahahaahahahah ahahahahahahah hahahahahahahahahaha hahah hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahaha h hahahahahahahahhahha hahahahahahahh hahahahahahahhahahah ahahahahahah hahah hahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahhaha hahahahahahaahahahah ahahahahahahahahahah ahahahah burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -13

11:43pm Sat 3 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

I went to an alehouse I used to frequent,
I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent,
He asked me to play, I answered him nay,
Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.

Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down,
They play their home games on a piece of waste ground,
Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right,
Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.
I went to an alehouse I used to frequent, I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent, He asked me to play, I answered him nay, Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more. Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down, They play their home games on a piece of waste ground, Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right, Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -19

11:59pm Sat 3 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
I went to an alehouse I used to frequent,
I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent,
He asked me to play, I answered him nay,
Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.

Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down,
They play their home games on a piece of waste ground,
Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right,
Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.
All together now

Come on No-dads

you know the words

afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!!

BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS

EAST LANCS TOP DOGS

NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG

NO NEVER NO MORE
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: I went to an alehouse I used to frequent, I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent, He asked me to play, I answered him nay, Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more. Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down, They play their home games on a piece of waste ground, Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right, Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more.[/p][/quote]All together now Come on No-dads you know the words afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!! BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS EAST LANCS TOP DOGS NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG NO NEVER NO MORE burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -12

12:14am Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

baz58 wrote:
Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol
we did and we actually played football as well.
[quote][p][bold]baz58[/bold] wrote: Did we have a bigger crowd than burnleys promotion last day of the season? If so look out Prem league, a big club with no fans are coming your way....lol[/p][/quote]we did and we actually played football as well. owd nick
  • Score: 1

12:20am Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

greenscreener wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers!
The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.
Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman!
We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either.
We never saw a game of football like this one when Allardyce was here either.

Just look at West Ham, he's kept them up and all credit to him for that, but the fans want him out, what does that tell you? And he has better players at West Ham than he ever had at Rovers.

I make no excuses, I respect Allardyce for what he does but I don't like his style of play at all, in fact I hate it with a vengeance, give me GB anytime.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers![/p][/quote]The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.[/p][/quote]Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman![/p][/quote]We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either.[/p][/quote]We never saw a game of football like this one when Allardyce was here either. Just look at West Ham, he's kept them up and all credit to him for that, but the fans want him out, what does that tell you? And he has better players at West Ham than he ever had at Rovers. I make no excuses, I respect Allardyce for what he does but I don't like his style of play at all, in fact I hate it with a vengeance, give me GB anytime. owd nick
  • Score: 6

12:32am Sun 4 May 14

Angry From Accrington says...

baldie wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
Don't agree with you there Angry.
I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along.
Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side.
The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many.
The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation.
So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.
I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you.
I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Don't agree with you there Angry. I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along. Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side. The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many. The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation. So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.[/p][/quote]I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you. I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 7

12:39am Sun 4 May 14

Angry From Accrington says...

dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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-
- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
David. I have resisted the temptation of responding directly to your pathetic insults all season because, quite frankly, there is no sport or satisfaction in sparring with an intellectual and social inadequate such as yourself. At the end of a very encouraging season, however, and with the prospect of an even better campaign next year, I feel totally justified in requesting that you go f**k yourself.
[quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]David. I have resisted the temptation of responding directly to your pathetic insults all season because, quite frankly, there is no sport or satisfaction in sparring with an intellectual and social inadequate such as yourself. At the end of a very encouraging season, however, and with the prospect of an even better campaign next year, I feel totally justified in requesting that you go f**k yourself. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 7

12:44am Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

steve18gls wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.
Slide to the bottom?

You must be joking, they have already created a 28th place just for them.
[quote][p][bold]steve18gls[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]Cant wait for next season to start and watch you slide to the bottom of the premiership, slowly but surely.[/p][/quote]Slide to the bottom? You must be joking, they have already created a 28th place just for them. owd nick
  • Score: -2

1:11am Sun 4 May 14

Bill Carson says...

wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve?

...and how many did the dingles??

Runners-up/whipping boys!

...end of
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less![/p][/quote]How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve? ...and how many did the dingles?? Runners-up/whipping boys! ...end of Bill Carson
  • Score: 3

1:29am Sun 4 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

Bill Carson wrote:
wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve?

...and how many did the dingles??

Runners-up/whipping boys!

...end of
You once again conveniently forget to reference Jack Walker's £100million+ that bought your place in the Premier League and funded your false position until the Walker Trust sold you off to a bunch of Indian chicken farmers. now that all the money has gone, where do you find yourselves? Right back where you belong, looking up at your superior neighbours.

What have you clowns done to Poor old Jack's club? Shame on you.

Burnley have achieved the dream of top flight football the right way, something your tin-pot, laughingstock of a football club could never do.

end of.
[quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less![/p][/quote]How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve? ...and how many did the dingles?? Runners-up/whipping boys! ...end of[/p][/quote]You once again conveniently forget to reference Jack Walker's £100million+ that bought your place in the Premier League and funded your false position until the Walker Trust sold you off to a bunch of Indian chicken farmers. now that all the money has gone, where do you find yourselves? Right back where you belong, looking up at your superior neighbours. What have you clowns done to Poor old Jack's club? Shame on you. Burnley have achieved the dream of top flight football the right way, something your tin-pot, laughingstock of a football club could never do. end of. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -14

1:34am Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

somerset rover wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
Seriously you are a prized ****. Commenting on rovers pages makes you sad and depressed. Try commenting on your own team for once ,no one gives a toss what you say.little man with a little mind.
You gave enough of a toss to read it !

STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
[quote][p][bold]somerset rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]Seriously you are a prized ****. Commenting on rovers pages makes you sad and depressed. Try commenting on your own team for once ,no one gives a toss what you say.little man with a little mind.[/p][/quote]You gave enough of a toss to read it ! STAYING DOWN FOR EVER FCBurnley
  • Score: -23

2:07am Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
I went to an alehouse I used to frequent,
I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent,
He asked me to play, I answered him nay,
Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.

Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down,
They play their home games on a piece of waste ground,
Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right,
Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.
All together now

Come on No-dads

you know the words

afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!!

BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS

EAST LANCS TOP DOGS

NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG

NO NEVER NO MORE
YOU OWN THE SONG - WE OWN THE FACTS

RTID
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: I went to an alehouse I used to frequent, I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent, He asked me to play, I answered him nay, Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more. Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down, They play their home games on a piece of waste ground, Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right, Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more.[/p][/quote]All together now Come on No-dads you know the words afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!! BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS EAST LANCS TOP DOGS NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG NO NEVER NO MORE[/p][/quote]YOU OWN THE SONG - WE OWN THE FACTS RTID more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 15

8:48am Sun 4 May 14

Bazzer says...

owd nick wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
French Rover wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers!
The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.
Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman!
We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either.
We never saw a game of football like this one when Allardyce was here either. Just look at West Ham, he's kept them up and all credit to him for that, but the fans want him out, what does that tell you? And he has better players at West Ham than he ever had at Rovers. I make no excuses, I respect Allardyce for what he does but I don't like his style of play at all, in fact I hate it with a vengeance, give me GB anytime.
Gentlemen, it is a bit of a joke now obviously. But you surely have noticed how this young team can mix their style of play with good effect. We have scored a fair few goals this season utilising the derided "hoofball" method - set pieces, the wonderful Tommy Spurr throws in, AND we have got a few from Robbo's powerful kicking. Gestede is clearly a player straight from this style of play. Then we have seen the exquisite play of Cairney and Conway, a delight for us all and in particular you aesthetes, I am sure. In short, some very entertaining games.
But just as much as Owd Nick hates Big Sam's style of play "with a vengeance", so do I detest our second tier Football League position playing in front of a half empty Ewood Park. I would also add that not only has Big Sam saved West Ham from a perilous position but Tony Pulis has absolutely transformed Crystal Palace. The debate goes on. West Ham and Crystal Palace fans can pontificate from respectable mid table positions in the Premier League. A position we lost so meekly on the altar of Madame's "entertaining football".
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Good Season. Good Squad/Team. Good Manager. Good Finish in the table. Good Unbeaten Run to end the season. Good Close Season if we can keep the right players and sign a couple more as good as Gestade and Cairney. Good and high expectations for next season. Good Heaven - when was the last time we could say all that? Well done the Rovers![/p][/quote]The last time we could say that was on the very last day Sam Allardyce was in charge.[/p][/quote]Hi Bazzer we NEVER said that when Fat Sam was here - but good try at an end of season joke from you! Anyway looks like yet another club has found his hoofball too distasteful / the man has had the sack more times than our coalman![/p][/quote]We never said 'three consecutive league wins' either.[/p][/quote]We never saw a game of football like this one when Allardyce was here either. Just look at West Ham, he's kept them up and all credit to him for that, but the fans want him out, what does that tell you? And he has better players at West Ham than he ever had at Rovers. I make no excuses, I respect Allardyce for what he does but I don't like his style of play at all, in fact I hate it with a vengeance, give me GB anytime.[/p][/quote]Gentlemen, it is a bit of a joke now obviously. But you surely have noticed how this young team can mix their style of play with good effect. We have scored a fair few goals this season utilising the derided "hoofball" method - set pieces, the wonderful Tommy Spurr throws in, AND we have got a few from Robbo's powerful kicking. Gestede is clearly a player straight from this style of play. Then we have seen the exquisite play of Cairney and Conway, a delight for us all and in particular you aesthetes, I am sure. In short, some very entertaining games. But just as much as Owd Nick hates Big Sam's style of play "with a vengeance", so do I detest our second tier Football League position playing in front of a half empty Ewood Park. I would also add that not only has Big Sam saved West Ham from a perilous position but Tony Pulis has absolutely transformed Crystal Palace. The debate goes on. West Ham and Crystal Palace fans can pontificate from respectable mid table positions in the Premier League. A position we lost so meekly on the altar of Madame's "entertaining football". Bazzer
  • Score: 8

9:08am Sun 4 May 14

Jr11BRFC says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
I went to an alehouse I used to frequent,
I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent,
He asked me to play, I answered him nay,
Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.

Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down,
They play their home games on a piece of waste ground,
Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right,
Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight.

And its NO NAY NEVER,
NO NAY NEVER no more,
Will we play b*stard Rovers,
NO NEVER no more.
All together now

Come on No-dads

you know the words

afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!!

BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS

EAST LANCS TOP DOGS

NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG

NO NEVER NO MORE
Yes you own the song, named the wild rover...
Historically the song has been referred to in Irish folklore, and since the late sixteenth century it has been noted in written records, although it is likely that some northern Atlantic fishing crews knew the song before these historical accounts were made.

Didn't know Burnley fans were referred to as 'Atlantic fishing crews' by Wikipedia, learn something new every day.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: I went to an alehouse I used to frequent, I saw old Jack Walker his money was spent, He asked me to play, I answered him nay, Said rubbish like yours I can beat any day. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more. Ewood's now empty, its getting knocked down, They play their home games on a piece of waste ground, Jack Walker looks round and says something's not right, Cause there's far more players than supporters in sight. And its NO NAY NEVER, NO NAY NEVER no more, Will we play b*stard Rovers, NO NEVER no more.[/p][/quote]All together now Come on No-dads you know the words afterall, you theived 'em off us !!!!! BURNLEY FC - RETURNING BACK TO THIER RIGHTFUL POSITION AS EAST LANCS TOP DOGS NO NAY NEVER - BEING SUNG BY THE CLUB THAT OWNS THE SONG NO NEVER NO MORE[/p][/quote]Yes you own the song, named the wild rover... Historically the song has been referred to in Irish folklore, and since the late sixteenth century it has been noted in written records, although it is likely that some northern Atlantic fishing crews knew the song before these historical accounts were made. Didn't know Burnley fans were referred to as 'Atlantic fishing crews' by Wikipedia, learn something new every day. Jr11BRFC
  • Score: 6

9:18am Sun 4 May 14

wilddog says...

Bill Carson wrote:
wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve?

...and how many did the dingles??

Runners-up/whipping boys!

...end of
Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started!
[quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less![/p][/quote]How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve? ...and how many did the dingles?? Runners-up/whipping boys! ...end of[/p][/quote]Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started! wilddog
  • Score: -2

9:21am Sun 4 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened.

The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end?

One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever.

As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business.

As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch.

As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford.

As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales.

There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting.

Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime.

And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug.

The fiasco continues....

STAYING DOWN FOREVER!
KH
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: As the dust settles on the Clarets magnificent promotion season, the faint but unmistakeable sound of sobbing from down the M65 is becoming more and more noticeable as the no-dads struggle to digest what has just happened. The harrowing cries of anguish following Burnley's memorable win at Ewood Park in March are once again on the breeze as the enormity of the Rovers dire situation sinks in, will this horrific period of disappointment and distress for the fatherless ones ever end? One fears for the start of the new season as reality finally hits home that Burnley won at Ewood Park and then went on to win promotion to the Premier League. And as if to add insult to injury those very three points taken off Blackburn Rovers on that glorious day in March were the three that prevented the Rovers from scraping a play-off spot, effectively meaning that Burnley not only won themselves promotion but also ensured that Blackburn would be staying down, and staying down forever. As Blackburn Rovers prepare for the humiliation of a transfer ban and a third successive season outside the top flight, the Clarets will be building for the future securing the services of top young players hungry for a chance to make their name in the Premier League under the best young manager in the business. As further cost cutting comes into play for Blackburn Rovers due to Financial Fair Play, so to will the exodus of what talent remains at the now lifeless Ewood Park club, and all the while Burnley will be developing and investing on and off the pitch. As the fixture list comes out and Burnley fans note the dates of the big games when Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United come to town, devastated Blackburn fans will be finding out when they get to see their team compete against the might of Brentford. As the Blackburn Rovers debt clock ticks over the £70million mark, Burnley will be counting the vast sums of TV money, increased sponsorship and commercial revenue, Premier League prize money, season ticket sales, increased match-day income, and club merchandise sales. There will no doubt come a point however when it all gets too much for some and the frustration of the no-dads will once again boil over as the protests return, then the marches, the banner waving, and the boycotting. Supporter groups will once again reform and start spouting nonsense about buying back "their club" and pleading with penniless fans to part with £1000 each in support of their plans. Many of whom will never see £1000 in their lifetime. And all the while the Venky's watch from afar, neither concerned nor interested in the fate of this diabolical investment. Still enraged by the treatment they received from this ungrateful bunch of knuckle-dragging hillmonkeys from a scruffy backwater town. They will remain silent in the demise of Blackburn Rovers until the time comes to pull the plug. The fiasco continues.... STAYING DOWN FOREVER![/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 10

9:33am Sun 4 May 14

ikwalsh6677 says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
Manuel Hung wrote:
Pop....pop.......pop


...........pop

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...............pop..


......pop....


Pop......pop..pop.po


p.pop...........pop.


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No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!!
Good game today, especially 1st half when we could & should've had 5 or 6.

Still genuinely optimistic about next season - however, we need a new GK. Robbo's been great for us and I sang his praises after Kean & Eastwood were rightly dropped, but he's overweight and past it I'm afraid - he cost us their first goal through a p*ss poor attempt at a clearance. Kings pace is a natural gift, however his decision making & crossing needs some serious attention - which we all knew.

Other than that we'll be up there next season.
Robbo nearly died this year and still played at the end of it. He cost us one or two goals but saved plenty more with some world class saves. He will wok on his fitness I am sure in the close season, and he will be back next year as one of the best keepers in the division. He'll just be glad he is still around (literally) to do that...and so will I. COYBs
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Manuel Hung[/bold] wrote: Pop....pop.......pop ...........pop ........pop..pop.... ........pop....pop.. ...............pop.. ......pop.... Pop......pop..pop.po p.pop...........pop. ...........pop...... .. No bubble popping here. Just the sound of the champagne being opened as we leave you muppets in our wake. FOR ANOTHER SEASON!!![/p][/quote]Good game today, especially 1st half when we could & should've had 5 or 6. Still genuinely optimistic about next season - however, we need a new GK. Robbo's been great for us and I sang his praises after Kean & Eastwood were rightly dropped, but he's overweight and past it I'm afraid - he cost us their first goal through a p*ss poor attempt at a clearance. Kings pace is a natural gift, however his decision making & crossing needs some serious attention - which we all knew. Other than that we'll be up there next season.[/p][/quote]Robbo nearly died this year and still played at the end of it. He cost us one or two goals but saved plenty more with some world class saves. He will wok on his fitness I am sure in the close season, and he will be back next year as one of the best keepers in the division. He'll just be glad he is still around (literally) to do that...and so will I. COYBs ikwalsh6677
  • Score: 3

10:58am Sun 4 May 14

McClaret says...

The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you? McClaret
  • Score: 1

11:12am Sun 4 May 14

bluenick says...

j bee wrote:
john byrom wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER.
hope ya knpw 30 clubs have dropped out of premier league rovers done it twice , if you have the points you have to go up , if you come back down its nowt new but you will be far richer
Ha ha! You suckers! You mean your all dingle thrifty board will be richer!
Not much spent on the team!!!!
[quote][p][bold]j bee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]john byrom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]YOU SAD DINGLE. WLL WAVE AS WE PASS OU ON THE WAY UP A YOU ARE RELEGATED WITH THE LOWEST POINTS TOTAL EVER.[/p][/quote]hope ya knpw 30 clubs have dropped out of premier league rovers done it twice , if you have the points you have to go up , if you come back down its nowt new but you will be far richer[/p][/quote]Ha ha! You suckers! You mean your all dingle thrifty board will be richer! Not much spent on the team!!!! bluenick
  • Score: -1

11:19am Sun 4 May 14

baldie says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
baldie wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
Don't agree with you there Angry.
I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along.
Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side.
The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many.
The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation.
So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.
I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you.
I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life.
Read my post again.Think you've got the wrong end of the stick there.
It was nice to see a stayaway admitting it for once.
We need to start next season as we've finished this one.
Bowyer must start the season as manager.
I will be there.
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Don't agree with you there Angry. I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along. Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side. The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many. The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation. So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.[/p][/quote]I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you. I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life.[/p][/quote]Read my post again.Think you've got the wrong end of the stick there. It was nice to see a stayaway admitting it for once. We need to start next season as we've finished this one. Bowyer must start the season as manager. I will be there. baldie
  • Score: 1

11:28am Sun 4 May 14

roverstid says...

wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve?

...and how many did the dingles??

Runners-up/whipping boys!

...end of
Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started!
You had me at "don't support Burnley".
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less![/p][/quote]How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve? ...and how many did the dingles?? Runners-up/whipping boys! ...end of[/p][/quote]Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started![/p][/quote]You had me at "don't support Burnley". roverstid
  • Score: 0

12:45pm Sun 4 May 14

Ronaldpetercooper says...

A reasonable season has drawn to a close and most would agree very enjoyable and yes the manager has earned another season in charge. However the Wigan game summed up whole season perfectly. Good going forward but very erratic at the back. We will never earn promotion if we concede over 60 goals unless of course we score 25/30 more than we managed this term. Get rid of some surplus midfielders plus those other lot such as Best Etuhu and others still on high earnings. Sadly unless Robbo manages to lose a few stone and gets really fit then he will need to be replaced. That would be sad because he has been good for Rovers for a few years. Any money could be spent on at least two solid defenders including Keane, who remember is primarily a centre back, and possibly Kane if he is a free transfer. Me I cant wait.
A reasonable season has drawn to a close and most would agree very enjoyable and yes the manager has earned another season in charge. However the Wigan game summed up whole season perfectly. Good going forward but very erratic at the back. We will never earn promotion if we concede over 60 goals unless of course we score 25/30 more than we managed this term. Get rid of some surplus midfielders plus those other lot such as Best Etuhu and others still on high earnings. Sadly unless Robbo manages to lose a few stone and gets really fit then he will need to be replaced. That would be sad because he has been good for Rovers for a few years. Any money could be spent on at least two solid defenders including Keane, who remember is primarily a centre back, and possibly Kane if he is a free transfer. Me I cant wait. Ronaldpetercooper
  • Score: 0

1:14pm Sun 4 May 14

Iiii1111 says...

Leicester 54pts
Burnley 49
Wigan 42
Derby 41
Rovers 39
QPR 37
Brighton 37


If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites.
Leicester 54pts Burnley 49 Wigan 42 Derby 41 Rovers 39 QPR 37 Brighton 37 If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites. Iiii1111
  • Score: 1

1:24pm Sun 4 May 14

RoversNorthEast says...

Wilddog....**** Puppy more like...
Wilddog....**** Puppy more like... RoversNorthEast
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Sun 4 May 14

j bee says...

roverstid wrote:
wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
wilddog wrote:
Bill Carson wrote:
Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys!
But prem league never the less!
How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve?

...and how many did the dingles??

Runners-up/whipping boys!

...end of
Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started!
You had me at "don't support Burnley".
look at burnleys first div places after winning first div then look at rovers places after winning championship
[quote][p][bold]roverstid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bill Carson[/bold] wrote: Dingles still not won anything - all hail the PL's new whipping boys![/p][/quote]But prem league never the less![/p][/quote]How many PL seasons did Rovers achieve? ...and how many did the dingles?? Runners-up/whipping boys! ...end of[/p][/quote]Wot does that make any team not making even the play offs? Whipping fodder?I dont support Burnley but if had the choice between Rovers and Burnley, i would support a side that had a chance in the big time! No, it aint Rovers! You cannot understand for 1 second just what Burnley achieved, can you this season? I bet the taste in your mouth is so bitter,its burning. Now i suggest, you go back and sit down and contemplate just what you guys are gonna do when you hit with FFP next season as its gonna hit your team really really bad. You best players will have to be off loaded pretty quick. Mind you, better that then you guys starting the next season on minus points as you would be relegated before the season started![/p][/quote]You had me at "don't support Burnley".[/p][/quote]look at burnleys first div places after winning first div then look at rovers places after winning championship j bee
  • Score: -1

1:49pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
Sorry McClaret but you've got it all wrong. You, like many other dingles, assume we are as jealous of you, as you are, or have been, of us. You couldn't be more wrong. Of course we'd like to be in the Premier League but one sunny day doesn't make a summer.

As for this myth (one of many associated with your supporters) that we think Man Utd are our rivals, again you couldn't be more wrong. They were, very briefly, but you like believe that we're all arrogant enough to think that -because that's what you want to believe. We're well aware that our rivals and enemy are Burnley - always have been always will be.

Your clubs self righteousness and the myths that go hand in hand with it, are staggering. Your achievement, whilst spectacular in relative terms, will soon be put into perspective.

Enjoy applauding your team today because it's a great feeling. I know all to well because as a Rovers fan I've been there seen it done it got the t-shirts. That's not a myth, not arrogance but a fact.

Good luck next season because by god you're going to need it.....
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]Sorry McClaret but you've got it all wrong. You, like many other dingles, assume we are as jealous of you, as you are, or have been, of us. You couldn't be more wrong. Of course we'd like to be in the Premier League but one sunny day doesn't make a summer. As for this myth (one of many associated with your supporters) that we think Man Utd are our rivals, again you couldn't be more wrong. They were, very briefly, but you like believe that we're all arrogant enough to think that -because that's what you want to believe. We're well aware that our rivals and enemy are Burnley - always have been always will be. Your clubs self righteousness and the myths that go hand in hand with it, are staggering. Your achievement, whilst spectacular in relative terms, will soon be put into perspective. Enjoy applauding your team today because it's a great feeling. I know all to well because as a Rovers fan I've been there seen it done it got the t-shirts. That's not a myth, not arrogance but a fact. Good luck next season because by god you're going to need it..... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 13

2:21pm Sun 4 May 14

baldie says...

Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back?
If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will
a, have earned his money.
b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division.
Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back? If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will a, have earned his money. b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division. baldie
  • Score: 0

2:36pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

baldie wrote:
Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back?
If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will
a, have earned his money.
b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division.
Best has a chance to prove himself. Will he take it? I doubt it. With Rhodes' scoring record and Rudys superb performances over the last several weeks it means Best will have to prove himself and I doubt his arrogance could take it.

Personally I'd get rid. £30k a week is disgusting considering his performances and attitude. We could have 2 more Cairneys or Conways for his salary.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back? If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will a, have earned his money. b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division.[/p][/quote]Best has a chance to prove himself. Will he take it? I doubt it. With Rhodes' scoring record and Rudys superb performances over the last several weeks it means Best will have to prove himself and I doubt his arrogance could take it. Personally I'd get rid. £30k a week is disgusting considering his performances and attitude. We could have 2 more Cairneys or Conways for his salary. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 6

3:18pm Sun 4 May 14

Blueandwhitewolf says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one......

LOL
Hey dimwit, that's an abbreviation of three words!!! Lol!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: If I had to describe Blackburn Rovers season in a word.. it would be this one...... LOL[/p][/quote]Hey dimwit, that's an abbreviation of three words!!! Lol!!!!!!!!!! Blueandwhitewolf
  • Score: 1

3:45pm Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
Leicester 54pts
Burnley 49
Wigan 42
Derby 41
Rovers 39
QPR 37
Brighton 37


If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites.
If only you had beaten us .........eh!
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: Leicester 54pts Burnley 49 Wigan 42 Derby 41 Rovers 39 QPR 37 Brighton 37 If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites.[/p][/quote]If only you had beaten us .........eh! FCBurnley
  • Score: 4

3:46pm Sun 4 May 14

A Darener says...

LUB...ILVs...why do you feel the need to describe Blackburn Rovers season?
No true supporter of Burnley FC is interested in your opinions and certainly your opinions are of absolutely no consequence to any Rovers fan. We put up with your tosh because we find it amusing to think somebody over in Burnley is so possessed by his obsession with BRFC that he comes on these pages day after day trying to wind them up. Most fans will completely ignore your rantings. Those that don't just sit writing replies to amuse themselves with the thought that here is out there a so called football fan that doesn't go to matches of his supposed team but rants on about another team that has a far superior history and in the long term a better future, once we get rid of the present moronic group of nonentities in charge of the club.
LUB...ILVs...why do you feel the need to describe Blackburn Rovers season? No true supporter of Burnley FC is interested in your opinions and certainly your opinions are of absolutely no consequence to any Rovers fan. We put up with your tosh because we find it amusing to think somebody over in Burnley is so possessed by his obsession with BRFC that he comes on these pages day after day trying to wind them up. Most fans will completely ignore your rantings. Those that don't just sit writing replies to amuse themselves with the thought that here is out there a so called football fan that doesn't go to matches of his supposed team but rants on about another team that has a far superior history and in the long term a better future, once we get rid of the present moronic group of nonentities in charge of the club. A Darener
  • Score: 2

4:53pm Sun 4 May 14

Iiii1111 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
Leicester 54pts
Burnley 49
Wigan 42
Derby 41
Rovers 39
QPR 37
Brighton 37


If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites.
If only you had beaten us .........eh!
Suppose it's payback for the six points we took of you the last time you got relegated from the Prem......there'll be lots of teams taking six points of you next season again;-)

Enjoyed your little get together today celebrating your 'runners up promotion party'......bet it was a bit tame dingle?......suppose you've never enjoyed the 'real thing'....ie. premiership champions or League cup winners......that's when 'real teams' celebrate. eh!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: Leicester 54pts Burnley 49 Wigan 42 Derby 41 Rovers 39 QPR 37 Brighton 37 If only the season had started on the 1st January.....well done GB for turning the club from a laughing stock into a hard to beat football team that scores lots of goals...just concentrate plugging the gaps for next season and we'll defiantly be on of the favourites.[/p][/quote]If only you had beaten us .........eh![/p][/quote]Suppose it's payback for the six points we took of you the last time you got relegated from the Prem......there'll be lots of teams taking six points of you next season again;-) Enjoyed your little get together today celebrating your 'runners up promotion party'......bet it was a bit tame dingle?......suppose you've never enjoyed the 'real thing'....ie. premiership champions or League cup winners......that's when 'real teams' celebrate. eh! Iiii1111
  • Score: 3

5:06pm Sun 4 May 14

wilddog says...

RoversNorthEast wrote:
Wilddog....**** Puppy more like...
Woof woof,ya dimwit! at least my team is in the play offs and never struggled to be there neither! We wont be playing chumpionship football next season neither!
[quote][p][bold]RoversNorthEast[/bold] wrote: Wilddog....**** Puppy more like...[/p][/quote]Woof woof,ya dimwit! at least my team is in the play offs and never struggled to be there neither! We wont be playing chumpionship football next season neither! wilddog
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

baldie wrote:
Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back?
If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will
a, have earned his money.
b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division.
Unless Best has a team ethic transplant I think not.

Best sees himself as a PL player and therefore an automatic first choice striker irrespective of whether or not he decides to play on the day or wander around the halfway line picking his arse, or nose for most of the game.

Compare that to the work ethics of team players like Gestede, Rhodes, Conway, King, Marshall and so on, there really isn't any comparison is there?

Rovers quite rightly looked after Best during his long injury lay off, how has he repaid them? Sulking, trying to pick petty squabbles with the manager in the media.

When you are trying to rebuild a club players with Best's attitude are the last thing you need.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: Does GB loan out Best for another season or welcome him back? If he can solve the problem of how to reintegrate him he will a, have earned his money. b,surely have one of the best,if not THE best forward lineups in the division.[/p][/quote]Unless Best has a team ethic transplant I think not. Best sees himself as a PL player and therefore an automatic first choice striker irrespective of whether or not he decides to play on the day or wander around the halfway line picking his arse, or nose for most of the game. Compare that to the work ethics of team players like Gestede, Rhodes, Conway, King, Marshall and so on, there really isn't any comparison is there? Rovers quite rightly looked after Best during his long injury lay off, how has he repaid them? Sulking, trying to pick petty squabbles with the manager in the media. When you are trying to rebuild a club players with Best's attitude are the last thing you need. owd nick
  • Score: 2

5:40pm Sun 4 May 14

greenscreener says...

McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
Enjoy your celebration day McClaret, by the way, as it's been such a long time I should probably remind you, the Red stuff is Jelly, the cold stuff is the Ice cream.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]Enjoy your celebration day McClaret, by the way, as it's been such a long time I should probably remind you, the Red stuff is Jelly, the cold stuff is the Ice cream. greenscreener
  • Score: -1

5:41pm Sun 4 May 14

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS. says...

McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley. BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHAMPIONS.
  • Score: 8

6:00pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell.... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 13

6:07pm Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA

MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again. FCBurnley
  • Score: -2

6:14pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Arise Sir Joseph Barton:

http://bleacherrepor
t.com/articles/20508
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fans-on-twitter
Arise Sir Joseph Barton: http://bleacherrepor t.com/articles/20508 84-joey-barton-goes- to-war-with-burnley- fans-on-twitter more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 8

6:17pm Sun 4 May 14

wilddog says...

FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
Spot on and it hurts them as they dont wanna wake up and smell the coffee that your team Burnley have proved they are No1 in the east lancs football stats! Blackburn are officially the underdogs as proved by your team when ya pushed them aside at ewood on your way to the prem! Read it and weep!
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]Spot on and it hurts them as they dont wanna wake up and smell the coffee that your team Burnley have proved they are No1 in the east lancs football stats! Blackburn are officially the underdogs as proved by your team when ya pushed them aside at ewood on your way to the prem! Read it and weep! wilddog
  • Score: -3

6:28pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA


MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 16

6:32pm Sun 4 May 14

wilddog says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
but it will be the only team from east lancs that will taste the prem for many ,many a year to come and that hurts...........dont it
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]but it will be the only team from east lancs that will taste the prem for many ,many a year to come and that hurts...........dont it wilddog
  • Score: 0

6:46pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

wilddog wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
but it will be the only team from east lancs that will taste the prem for many ,many a year to come and that hurts...........dont it
No, not really. Like I said, the ear flick versus the train. Or did that not register?
[quote][p][bold]wilddog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]but it will be the only team from east lancs that will taste the prem for many ,many a year to come and that hurts...........dont it[/p][/quote]No, not really. Like I said, the ear flick versus the train. Or did that not register? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 7

7:15pm Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA



MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity. FCBurnley
  • Score: -1

8:46pm Sun 4 May 14

Steven Seagull says...

BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA
MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
Ey up, it BRFCTHEPEOPLES CHIMP, crawling back out of the sewerage farm to entertain us all with mind boggling stats.

Still no girlfriend / boyfriend / any friends / life then?
[quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]Ey up, it BRFCTHEPEOPLES CHIMP, crawling back out of the sewerage farm to entertain us all with mind boggling stats. Still no girlfriend / boyfriend / any friends / life then? Steven Seagull
  • Score: -4

9:07pm Sun 4 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -7

9:09pm Sun 4 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
KH
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 8

9:14pm Sun 4 May 14

Angry From Accrington says...

baldie wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
baldie wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote:
jogalot wrote:
Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come.
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- lol!
Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.
Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!!
Out with the cowboys and indians
Don't agree with you there Angry.
I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along.
Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side.
The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many.
The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation.
So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.
I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you.
I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life.
Read my post again.Think you've got the wrong end of the stick there.
It was nice to see a stayaway admitting it for once.
We need to start next season as we've finished this one.
Bowyer must start the season as manager.
I will be there.
Sorry for the oversight and if he is admitting that he is staying away because we are no longer in the Premiership rather than some high minded sense of principle, I completely agree.
We are going to enjoy our season than the sad and sorry Dingles will enjoy theirs.
[quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]baldie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dangerous dave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jogalot[/bold] wrote: Why am I totally unexcited by the season gone and hopes for the season to come? I'm glad I spent my £200+ on something useful that contributed to my happiness and not my depression. If there is a miracle, and it will have to be a miracle, and GB takes them into the playoffs next season and up to the Prem the following season, I'll come back. But I fully expect to be spending my money to help the needy and not the greedy for several years to come. - - - lol![/p][/quote]Most of us would prefer that Premiership Pot Hunters like you stay away for good. If it's just Premiership football you want then go to Burnley but hurry up. They won't be there very long.[/p][/quote]Oh dear angry you are a prize ar$hole - too little too late and dont hold your breath for next season cause it will be more of the same!! Out with the cowboys and indians[/p][/quote]Don't agree with you there Angry. I'd rather he admitted it,i've said that all along. Rather than keep going for that final Prem season under Kean and the Venky's and THEN pretend they're joining an honourable crusade against the dark side. The real protestors boycotted that final Prem season,althogh with 26000 on for the last game against Wigan,there weren't that many. The rest were,without doubt,influenced solely by relegation. So thanks Jogalot,for your honesty.[/p][/quote]I completely understand your perspective. You were supporters when we were in the Premiership but when we were relegated you ceased to be. That's fine. Stay away, and support a fashionable Premiership team....or Burnley. Hopefully, a new generation of Blackburn supporters will emerge and join loyal fans as we make our way back to the top flight next season. We survived without you and will thrive without you. I have just watched thousands of delirious Birmingham fans celebrating at Bolton as they avoided relegation. That's what supporters do. Have a nice rest of your life.[/p][/quote]Read my post again.Think you've got the wrong end of the stick there. It was nice to see a stayaway admitting it for once. We need to start next season as we've finished this one. Bowyer must start the season as manager. I will be there.[/p][/quote]Sorry for the oversight and if he is admitting that he is staying away because we are no longer in the Premiership rather than some high minded sense of principle, I completely agree. We are going to enjoy our season than the sad and sorry Dingles will enjoy theirs. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 1

9:19pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA




MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.
If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't.
I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.[/p][/quote]If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't. I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets..... more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 19

9:28pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 10

9:36pm Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA





MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.
If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't.
I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....
Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ?
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.[/p][/quote]If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't. I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....[/p][/quote]Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ? FCBurnley
  • Score: -2

9:44pm Sun 4 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA






MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.
If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't.
I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....
Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ?
My apologies, I assumed phones, laptops and planes were quite normal these days.... what you on then the town Amstrad?
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.[/p][/quote]If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't. I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....[/p][/quote]Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ?[/p][/quote]My apologies, I assumed phones, laptops and planes were quite normal these days.... what you on then the town Amstrad? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 20

9:56pm Sun 4 May 14

FCBurnley says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA







MPIONS.
wrote:
McClaret wrote:
The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus.
After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree.
Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U.
About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs.
Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?
I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts.

Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs.
At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place.

Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers.

Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue.

Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth.

I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season.

Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators.

Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!"

This is of course another myth.

BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175
BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154

(Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s).

As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager.

Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club.

The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness.

Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour.

If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.
I think that just about wraps things up nicely.

Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe.....

It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....
The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.
You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train.

And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it.

Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.
If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.
If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't.
I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....
Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ?
My apologies, I assumed phones, laptops and planes were quite normal these days.... what you on then the town Amstrad?
They are normal..............
....................
.......in the Premier League !
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC.THE.PEOPLES.CHA MPIONS.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: The reality for both clubs is that making the prem is the goal and to stay in it would be a bonus. After so much stick for so many years it is great to have one over you, the bitterness of some of the posts is beautiful to read, intense jealousy of the highest degree. Highlight of my season was coming off the Riverside after the derby match listening to all your plastic fans saying "That's it, never coming on again" etc etc. Massive slice of humble pie to all those that believe you were ever rivals to Man U. About to set off to go and applaud my side for a superb achievement. In a game dictated by wealth it is great to see a team win in the true sense of the word - sport. The belief we have showed is an encouragement to all smaller clubs. Good luck in your rivalry with Man U, I am sure some of their fans might remember you?[/p][/quote]I bet you kept those thoughts to yourself coming off The Riverside, didn't you? I never heard anyone saying what you claim to have heard, not a single person. You're making stuff up and as for “plastic fans”, let’s get real and look at the facts. Yet again, as if proof were needed, we have more evidence of the mediocre support of one of the country’s most unpopular clubs. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Rovers not only missed out on automatic promotion but failed to secure a Play-Off place. Burnley on the other hand were hardly out of the top two all season and secured automatic promotion on 93 points; 8 points ahead of third placed Derby County and 23 points ahead of eighth placed Rovers. Not only that but Burnley even managed to end their 35 year hoodoo at Ewood Park by beating Rovers 1-2; although it is 36 years since Burnley beat Rovers at Turd Morgue. Despite all of this, Burnley's mythical support continues to be just that - a myth. I have rounded figures up for simplicity. Rovers were 39 short of a 15.000 average and Burnley were 81 short of a 13.800 average for the 2013-2014 season. Again, what we see is that Rovers "fickle" support actually goes on the previous year despite a better season than the previous . As for Burnley, despite automatic promotion, Burnley's "fanatical" support increases by a meager 800 spectators. Burnley fans will inevitably then shift the goal posts with shrieks of, "Ah! But our Away Support is better than yours!" This is of course another myth. BRFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.175 BFC 2012-2013 Season Away Support: 1.154 (Still awaiting this seasons away stat’s). As for the rivalry with Manchester United, it was very real for a number of reasons: Shearer chose Blackburn Rovers ahead of Manchester United; Roy Keane made a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with Kenny Dalglish to sign for Blackburn Rovers but changed his mind at the 11th hour when Alex Ferguson stepped in; Rovers finished runners up to United and finally beat them to the Premier League title the following year; Manchester United were constantly being linked to Shearer and were very bitter he chose Blackburn Rovers instead of them; United poached David May and then signed Henning Berg; Manchester is only 20 miles from Blackburn and is after all a Lancashire club; there has always been a number of Manchester United fans in East Lancashire – and no one likes Manchester United who at the time were particularly disliked as a result of their petulant players and arrogant manager. Those names, eh? Dalglish, Ferguson, Shearer, Keane…. Never in your wildest dreams will you ever hear names of that caliber associated with your tin-pot club. The only “bitter” person here is you, who having just secured promotion, rather than smiling, looking forward to next season and for once being able to put all things BRFC out of its mind, still elects to crawl all over a BRFC internet discussion forum with snide trolling nastiness. Respect to Dyche and his players who despite the rivalry between the two clubs and their supporters, played up till the last kick of the season and genuinely nearly did Blackburn Rovers a favour. If ever a Manager and his players deserved better it is those that have to pull on the dirty purple & Blue of B*rnley.[/p][/quote]I think that just about wraps things up nicely. Expect a response along the lines of Jack Walker bought the Universe..... It was all Jacks doing that saw Bonleh spend 6 seasons 2 Divisions lower aswell....[/p][/quote]The more we know you are hurting the happier we are. Sadly for you shower, past purchases by Uncle Jack count for nothing. Burnley are in the Premier League, Blackburn Rovers are not and I doubt ever will be again.[/p][/quote]You just don't get it do you? Our hurt compared to yours is like comparing flicking someones ear to being hit by a train. And if Burnley are in the Premier League, then ANY club can make it. Now here's an idea, why don't you get off these pages, try to forget your obsession for a while and make the most of what has been the best dingle season you'll ever witness again.[/p][/quote]If it didn`t hurt so much you wouldn`t be reading it and replying. Its like a bad car crash. You dont want to look but you just cant help it. I will enjoy reminding you of your epic fails at every opportunity.[/p][/quote]If it hurt so much I'd simply switch off my phone or laptop and bury my head in the sand - but it just doesn't. I'm replying because I'm bored senseless stuck in an airport departure lounge and find it staggering that despite you having your open top bus celebration for coming 2nd, you still can't get Rovers out of your heads. Proof (if proof were needed) the hurt we've caused you oddballs is off the richter scale. Then you fall into the classic dingle trap of throwing enormous rocks in your glass house by announcing you'll enjoy reminding me of our epic fails - well go ahead big boy, remind away cos for every one you have I'll have 2 or 3 to remind you of. Short term selective memory simply isn't an option on here sweetheart. Now go and drink some more white lighting & screen wash whilst reading some Joey Barton tweets.....[/p][/quote]Wow. I caught me a whopper here. One with a phone AND a laptop who goes on planes. Your not flying to Pune by any chance are you ?[/p][/quote]My apologies, I assumed phones, laptops and planes were quite normal these days.... what you on then the town Amstrad?[/p][/quote]They are normal.............. .................... .......in the Premier League ! FCBurnley
  • Score: -1

11:45pm Sun 4 May 14

modan says...

When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune.
My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family.
I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan.
When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times.
India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers.
Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.
When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune. My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family. I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan. When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times. India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers. Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future. modan
  • Score: -6

2:07am Mon 5 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns.

Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way!

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.[/p][/quote]Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns. Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way! STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: -8

2:15am Mon 5 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

modan wrote:
When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune.
My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family.
I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan.
When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times.
India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers.
Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.
"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe"

And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds.
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune. My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family. I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan. When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times. India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers. Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.[/p][/quote]"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe" And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 0

7:10am Mon 5 May 14

Roverthere says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns.

Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way!

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x
As good as it gets for our inferior friends!
It's a pity you did not win your last league match as I doubt you will be winning many more for some time.
COYB
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.[/p][/quote]Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns. Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way! STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]As good as it gets for our inferior friends! It's a pity you did not win your last league match as I doubt you will be winning many more for some time. COYB Roverthere
  • Score: 0

9:36am Mon 5 May 14

spudpaul61 says...

so the season is done with the clarets are promoted to the top league in the world not bad for a small town in lancs, no uncle jack or venkys coin to back us up, just a brilliant english manager, a tiny squad does the job, yes we are already being written off by all the so called experts and media but I reckon we just might surprise a few of them along the way, so we just enjoy it while it lasts, and so while we enjoy things in the planets top tier, just let roverrrrs enjoy brentford, cardiff, fulham, bournemouth etc etc, also enjoy all your debt produced after all the wealth you were given then wasted a disgrace on your board and your comical club, BRFC are a laughing stock and back where you belong behind the mighty clarets!!!! enjoy enjoy enjoy UTC
so the season is done with the clarets are promoted to the top league in the world not bad for a small town in lancs, no uncle jack or venkys coin to back us up, just a brilliant english manager, a tiny squad does the job, yes we are already being written off by all the so called experts and media but I reckon we just might surprise a few of them along the way, so we just enjoy it while it lasts, and so while we enjoy things in the planets top tier, just let roverrrrs enjoy brentford, cardiff, fulham, bournemouth etc etc, also enjoy all your debt produced after all the wealth you were given then wasted a disgrace on your board and your comical club, BRFC are a laughing stock and back where you belong behind the mighty clarets!!!! enjoy enjoy enjoy UTC spudpaul61
  • Score: -5

9:57am Mon 5 May 14

Dublin rover says...

Great season stability has come in the first term under gb. I myself thought it would take 2 seasons but were off to a flyer. Great end to season some very good players brought in for 400k. Time now to clear out the rest of the dead wood. What to do with Leon best ?. We are very good going forward. But we need to look at the defence over the summer. 2 or 3 more players maybe.
Have a great summer lads from Dublin rover.
Great season stability has come in the first term under gb. I myself thought it would take 2 seasons but were off to a flyer. Great end to season some very good players brought in for 400k. Time now to clear out the rest of the dead wood. What to do with Leon best ?. We are very good going forward. But we need to look at the defence over the summer. 2 or 3 more players maybe. Have a great summer lads from Dublin rover. Dublin rover
  • Score: 1

10:26am Mon 5 May 14

modan says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
modan wrote:
When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune.
My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family.
I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan.
When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times.
India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers.
Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.
"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe"

And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds.
Rape case is lower in India than USA Europe and Africa.If you would please check your facts that USA has more rape cases than any other country.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune. My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family. I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan. When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times. India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers. Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.[/p][/quote]"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe" And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds.[/p][/quote]Rape case is lower in India than USA Europe and Africa.If you would please check your facts that USA has more rape cases than any other country. modan
  • Score: -3

10:42am Mon 5 May 14

Maxrus says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
modan wrote:
When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune.
My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family.
I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan.
When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times.
India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers.
Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia.
Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.
"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe"

And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds.
Then you need to stop doing that, fook.up
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: When i was a child in Blackburn i start supporting Blackburn Rovers after my parents came over from India in late 1960s from south of Mumbai near Pune. My parents kept visiting India so i was born in India as my other brother and sister were born in Blackburn in the 1970s and i was born in 1980s the youngest kid in my family. I visited Ewood Park many times in 1990s as i was the only member of the family started supporting Rovers and my older brother was supporting Liverpool and my sister supports Manchester United.My dad was a cricket fan and my mum was a Bollywood fan. When late Jack Walker bought his beloved Blackburn Rovers FC i was so excited that Jack was spending big money buying world class players and redeveloped Ewood Park stadia .He appointed Kenny Dalglish as manager and BRFC won the PL Title in 1995 and Rovers were in Champions League as champions of England.After Jack died in 2000 Rovers won the League Cup in 2002 and were in Premier League for 18 years and qualified for UEFA four times. India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe.Many Indian entrepreneur like TATAS, Ambanis Birlas, Mittal Venkys,Hindujas invested abroad like UK USA Europe.Today India has invested something like £25 billion in UK and created million of jobs for British workers. Venkys bought Blackburn Rovers FC and Mittal with Tony Fernandes bought QPR FC.Venkys investment has not worked out well for Blackburn Rovers but i know Venkys are investing now and paying debts of £3 million a month to keep Blackburn Rovers afloat.Blackburn Rovers will be back in Premier League and Venkys are ambitious and want Rovers back in PL.When i went to visit my grandparents in India i saw the Venkys advert on TV in India and i saw Blackburn Rovers players in the Venky's advert as there are billion people in India know that Blackburn Rovers FC is owned by a Indian billionaire family.There are many Manchester United and Liverpool fans in India and football is taking off in India with something like 80 million football fans in India in central and north east of India.Kolkata has the world's largest football stadia the Salt Lake Football Stadia capacity 120,000 .Manchester Utd and Bayern Munich football clubs played at Salt Lake Stadia. Blackburn Rovers will be back in PL with Gary Bowyer and the young squad of players are loking good for future.[/p][/quote]"India is rising economic power by 2025 India will be economic superpower there are 500 million middle class, 86 million super rich in India and more billionaires than Europe" And yet still a goat is raped on average once every 8 seconds.[/p][/quote]Then you need to stop doing that, fook.up Maxrus
  • Score: 2

10:42am Mon 5 May 14

modan says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns.

Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way!

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x
Burnley is a depressing place many terrace houses are boarded up and selling for less than £30,000 .Burnley population has gone down from 2011 it had a population of 89,500 to 87,000 in 2011 Government census.
Blackburn with Darwen Population now largest in Lancashire is 147,500 in 2011 from 137,500 census.
Blackburn is thriving place with house prices going up and demand for houses have gone up too.Blackburn motorway M60 and M6 connection to Manchester and Preston has made Blackburn much attractive place to live geographically than Burnley.
Blackburn been in Premier League for over 18 years won the PL Title and went Champion;s League as champions of England and qualified for UEFA for four times so BRFC is Billion pound richer than Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.[/p][/quote]Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns. Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way! STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Burnley is a depressing place many terrace houses are boarded up and selling for less than £30,000 .Burnley population has gone down from 2011 it had a population of 89,500 to 87,000 in 2011 Government census. Blackburn with Darwen Population now largest in Lancashire is 147,500 in 2011 from 137,500 census. Blackburn is thriving place with house prices going up and demand for houses have gone up too.Blackburn motorway M60 and M6 connection to Manchester and Preston has made Blackburn much attractive place to live geographically than Burnley. Blackburn been in Premier League for over 18 years won the PL Title and went Champion;s League as champions of England and qualified for UEFA for four times so BRFC is Billion pound richer than Burnley. modan
  • Score: 0

10:43am Mon 5 May 14

gazzandste says...

owd nick wrote:
Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-)

Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored.

At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes.

I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course.

Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up.
It`s not so long since most of your supporters was calling G B and his team. now they are super heroes. Well done GB and your team for all your efforts to get to the play offs. Next season you will make it back to where you belong in the premier league.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-) Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored. At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes. I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course. Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up.[/p][/quote]It`s not so long since most of your supporters was calling G B and his team. now they are super heroes. Well done GB and your team for all your efforts to get to the play offs. Next season you will make it back to where you belong in the premier league. gazzandste
  • Score: 0

11:01am Mon 5 May 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns.

Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way!

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x
KH
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.[/p][/quote]Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns. Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way! STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]KH Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 7

11:01am Mon 5 May 14

A Darener says...

Stars staying says GB in today's LT. So all you FFP apologists can go take a running jump. We don't care what you think about it, GB knows what he is doing. Will keep the good uns and get rid of the has beens etc. A little tweaking here and there and look out Burnley we will be passing you this time next year. But better still you just scrape a stay there to make next season more interesting. Then we will see if you are as good as think you are.
Stars staying says GB in today's LT. So all you FFP apologists can go take a running jump. We don't care what you think about it, GB knows what he is doing. Will keep the good uns and get rid of the has beens etc. A little tweaking here and there and look out Burnley we will be passing you this time next year. But better still you just scrape a stay there to make next season more interesting. Then we will see if you are as good as think you are. A Darener
  • Score: 2

11:40am Mon 5 May 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

modan wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.
Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns.

Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way!

STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x
Burnley is a depressing place many terrace houses are boarded up and selling for less than £30,000 .Burnley population has gone down from 2011 it had a population of 89,500 to 87,000 in 2011 Government census.
Blackburn with Darwen Population now largest in Lancashire is 147,500 in 2011 from 137,500 census.
Blackburn is thriving place with house prices going up and demand for houses have gone up too.Blackburn motorway M60 and M6 connection to Manchester and Preston has made Blackburn much attractive place to live geographically than Burnley.
Blackburn been in Premier League for over 18 years won the PL Title and went Champion;s League as champions of England and qualified for UEFA for four times so BRFC is Billion pound richer than Burnley.
Shut up modan. Don't start trying to compare Blackburn and Burnley like you do the UK & India. Blackburns hardly Alderley Edge is it?
[quote][p][bold]modan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]I'm heartbroken. Knowing Burnley have had an open top bus celebration for being 2nd best and drunk some watered down Tesco bitter has ruined my life.[/p][/quote]Yes, an open top bus parade for coming second in a league you came 8th in. An open top bus parade for being promoted to the Premier League, the biggest and best league in the world, an open top bus parade to celebrate becoming £120million richer than you clowns. Of course we're celebrating.... we're loving it, and all the more so that we can laugh at you desperate jealous turd's on the way! STAYING DOWN FOREVER.... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Burnley is a depressing place many terrace houses are boarded up and selling for less than £30,000 .Burnley population has gone down from 2011 it had a population of 89,500 to 87,000 in 2011 Government census. Blackburn with Darwen Population now largest in Lancashire is 147,500 in 2011 from 137,500 census. Blackburn is thriving place with house prices going up and demand for houses have gone up too.Blackburn motorway M60 and M6 connection to Manchester and Preston has made Blackburn much attractive place to live geographically than Burnley. Blackburn been in Premier League for over 18 years won the PL Title and went Champion;s League as champions of England and qualified for UEFA for four times so BRFC is Billion pound richer than Burnley.[/p][/quote]Shut up modan. Don't start trying to compare Blackburn and Burnley like you do the UK & India. Blackburns hardly Alderley Edge is it? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 16

12:47pm Mon 5 May 14

Dublin rover says...

FCBurnley wrote:
STAYING DOWN FOR EVER
So is your sister
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: STAYING DOWN FOR EVER[/p][/quote]So is your sister Dublin rover
  • Score: 1

1:22pm Mon 5 May 14

owd nick says...

gazzandste wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-)

Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored.

At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes.

I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course.

Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up.
It`s not so long since most of your supporters was calling G B and his team. now they are super heroes. Well done GB and your team for all your efforts to get to the play offs. Next season you will make it back to where you belong in the premier league.
Think you may have that slightly wrong.

Yes there are supporters who would prefer a more experienced manager, and there are some lovelorn Allardyce supporters who still dream of the days of hump and hope football.

But the majority of posters on here and fans in general offer at least tacit support for what he has achieved so far, some of us think he will go a long way with this club, simply because he understands the club and more importantly the fans.

Added to that he knows a good player when he see's one.

I for one have supported him since he first took over in the darkest days of last season, and I will continue to support him and the club., whatever happens.
[quote][p][bold]gazzandste[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Well at least we got 7 goals on the day! :-) Great game, really enjoyed it, two committed sides who can't defend to save their lives but are scoring goals for fun, disallowed goal, and incredible miss or three, bars and posts hit, defensive errors and several great saves especially by Carson who despite conceding four was brilliant and two sets of players out on their feet by the end, and still 7 goals scored. At the end GB was more emotional than any manager I have ever seen or heard, this guy really does have blue and white blood running through his veins, the reaction of the fans towards him at the end spoke volumes. I really do hope that Venky's continue to have a bad attack of common sense, stick by him and do the best they can to support him financially within the auspices of FFP of course. Keep the core of this squad together for next season and the only way is up.[/p][/quote]It`s not so long since most of your supporters was calling G B and his team. now they are super heroes. Well done GB and your team for all your efforts to get to the play offs. Next season you will make it back to where you belong in the premier league.[/p][/quote]Think you may have that slightly wrong. Yes there are supporters who would prefer a more experienced manager, and there are some lovelorn Allardyce supporters who still dream of the days of hump and hope football. But the majority of posters on here and fans in general offer at least tacit support for what he has achieved so far, some of us think he will go a long way with this club, simply because he understands the club and more importantly the fans. Added to that he knows a good player when he see's one. I for one have supported him since he first took over in the darkest days of last season, and I will continue to support him and the club., whatever happens. owd nick
  • Score: 1

1:27pm Mon 5 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson Burnley59/60
  • Score: 3

4:58pm Mon 5 May 14

owd nick says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson
You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name.
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson[/p][/quote]You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name. owd nick
  • Score: 0

7:51pm Mon 5 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

owd nick wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson
You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name.
STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Enjoy Brentford.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson[/p][/quote]You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name.[/p][/quote]STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Enjoy Brentford. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 1

8:58pm Mon 5 May 14

roverstid says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Burnley59/60 wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies.

STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x
Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson
You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name.
STAYING DOWN FOREVER.

Enjoy Brentford.
I see next season in my crystal ball as a frustrated ginger one goes cap in hand to the directors only to find an all too familiar note there with the legend:

"THERE'S NO MORE MONEY LEFT"

:D
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: What a day, promotion parade, a few beers, and the b45tards still crying like babies. STAYING DOWN FOREVER..... LOVE CLARETS! x[/p][/quote]Yet another stupid comment,look Im a Claret to the core BUT I DO NOT HATE THE BLUES why should I they are much the same as the Clarets IE plenty of history and tradition a real club and to have the derby in The Top Flight is something i have seen many times and any Claret of my age that says he did not appreciate the skill and class of Blues players like the Late Great Ronnie Clayton is being esonomical with the truth the same goes for your fans with The Late Great Jimmy Adamson[/p][/quote]You are wasting your time, sadly this moron gives all decent Burnley fans a bad name.[/p][/quote]STAYING DOWN FOREVER. Enjoy Brentford.[/p][/quote]I see next season in my crystal ball as a frustrated ginger one goes cap in hand to the directors only to find an all too familiar note there with the legend: "THERE'S NO MORE MONEY LEFT" :D roverstid
  • Score: 0

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