FULL-TIME: Reading 2, Burnley 2

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TOP scorer Danny Ings signed off the season win a goal - his 26th in all competitions - as Burnley drew 2-2 at Reading.

The Clarets had to come back from behind, after a 16th minute own goal by Kieran Trippier.

But after Scott Arfield equalised soon after, Ings' fine finish gave Sean Dyche's side a 2-1 lead before the break.

Reading, who went into the game in sixth, dropped out of the play-offs momentarily.

But Garath McCleary's stunning, unstoppable volley just before the hour was enough to fire them back into the play-offs.

A win would have secured their place, but Clarets captan Jason Shackell denied them that with a brilliant goalline clearance, which stopped a certain goal for Pavel Pogrebnyak.

Tom Heaton then did well to stop McCleary converting in a one-on-one, the goalkeeper staying big to block with his left foot.

And Reading were left to rue those saves when Brighton took a stoppage time lead at Nottingham Forest to pip Reading to the play-offs at the 11th hour.

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2:49pm Sat 3 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

Good way to finish now lets see The ginger one take us back in time once more,this looks like The Early 60s Clarets once more,Im sure that The Mighty Burnley Will Pull of a shock next season,I pray that theClarets can not only stay up but just maybe they can haunt Europe Once more as they once did when I was young with such style and class in The early 1960s who knows with The Ginger One leading us anything is possiable none of The Foreign Owned clubs have The Heart That Burnley Do or The Passion that our fans have as I have said before The Claret Flame Still Burns Brightly UTC Long live Top Flight Turfmoor
Good way to finish now lets see The ginger one take us back in time once more,this looks like The Early 60s Clarets once more,Im sure that The Mighty Burnley Will Pull of a shock next season,I pray that theClarets can not only stay up but just maybe they can haunt Europe Once more as they once did when I was young with such style and class in The early 1960s who knows with The Ginger One leading us anything is possiable none of The Foreign Owned clubs have The Heart That Burnley Do or The Passion that our fans have as I have said before The Claret Flame Still Burns Brightly UTC Long live Top Flight Turfmoor Burnley59/60
  • Score: 10

4:15pm Sat 3 May 14

Hugothepug says...

Congratulations on your amazing performance this year.

I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values.

Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league.

All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there.
Congratulations on your amazing performance this year. I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values. Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league. All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there. Hugothepug
  • Score: 29

4:53pm Sat 3 May 14

garry_stockton says...

Have a good holiday Burnley FC, thoroughly deserved. Great performance upheld the playing values of the Championship more than I can say about other leagues. Ginger take a bow....... Get that pen ready for shrewd business during summer. Wovers fans can applaud at the parade tomorrow and I will look on with absolute delight, Just hope Everton do the Red scousers a favour tonight!!!!!
Have a good holiday Burnley FC, thoroughly deserved. Great performance upheld the playing values of the Championship more than I can say about other leagues. Ginger take a bow....... Get that pen ready for shrewd business during summer. Wovers fans can applaud at the parade tomorrow and I will look on with absolute delight, Just hope Everton do the Red scousers a favour tonight!!!!! garry_stockton
  • Score: 9

5:27pm Sat 3 May 14

wilddog says...

Hugothepug wrote:
Congratulations on your amazing performance this year.

I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values.

Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league.

All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there.
Sorry but you aint going up as Derby are gonna shatter your dreams and take the final place to the top flight!
[quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on your amazing performance this year. I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values. Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league. All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there.[/p][/quote]Sorry but you aint going up as Derby are gonna shatter your dreams and take the final place to the top flight! wilddog
  • Score: -20

6:50pm 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....

BLACKBURN ROVERS - 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.... BLACKBURN ROVERS - STAYING DOWN FOREVER! look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 16

7:15pm Sat 3 May 14

baz58 says...

Hugothepug wrote:
Congratulations on your amazing performance this year.

I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values.

Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league.

All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there.
****....stop crawling lol
[quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: Congratulations on your amazing performance this year. I am a Brighton fan that is still trying to recover from this afternoons events. The fact that you didn't roll over and gift the win to Reading is credit to you all. You have great fans, a team of players with guts and heart and a manager with integrity with real old school values. Excellent record to only lose five games all season in a difficult league. All the best for next year and hopefully we will see you there.[/p][/quote]****....stop crawling lol baz58
  • Score: -8

7:27pm Sat 3 May 14

JeffLomer says...

Thanx ginger one and all Burnley players and fans you did us proud today holding Reading to a draw, were so greatfull and we wish you well for the premiership you've deserved it!!

From a relieved Brighton fan who went to game today!!
up the Albion!!!!

Up the Burnley good luck!!
Thanx ginger one and all Burnley players and fans you did us proud today holding Reading to a draw, were so greatfull and we wish you well for the premiership you've deserved it!! From a relieved Brighton fan who went to game today!! up the Albion!!!! Up the Burnley good luck!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 15

9:03pm Sat 3 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -25

9:11pm Sat 3 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio! look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 18

9:35pm Sat 3 May 14

MightyClaret says...

UTC
UTC MightyClaret
  • Score: 11

10:21pm Sat 3 May 14

Pompey Claret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Oh dear is that all you can come up with! Where did your shower finish this season?

Your shower couldn't even beat Yeovil at home , we did so shooting yourself in your webbed foot again ****.

What league is your shower playing in next season. What ever come's out of your mouth means nothing except it shows the pain your feeling along with your jealousy and envy of BURNLEY FC your superior neighbour you little ****

UTC
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Oh dear is that all you can come up with! Where did your shower finish this season? Your shower couldn't even beat Yeovil at home , we did so shooting yourself in your webbed foot again ****. What league is your shower playing in next season. What ever come's out of your mouth means nothing except it shows the pain your feeling along with your jealousy and envy of BURNLEY FC your superior neighbour you little **** UTC Pompey Claret
  • Score: 10

11:41pm Sat 3 May 14

stevewhipp says...

Nice to see Ingsy on the scoresheet again, will do him the world of good, come next season.
Nice to see Ingsy on the scoresheet again, will do him the world of good, come next season. stevewhipp
  • Score: 9

12:05am Sun 4 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

93 POINTS

93 POINTS

Enough said................
...............


Well, one last thing.

5 defeats all season.

Remember this one lads


Quality. Just Quality

NO NAY NEVER
93 POINTS 93 POINTS Enough said................ ............... Well, one last thing. 5 defeats all season. Remember this one lads Quality. Just Quality NO NAY NEVER burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 12

12:20am Sun 4 May 14

Tatts says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
93 POINTS

93 POINTS

Enough said................

...............


Well, one last thing.

5 defeats all season.

Remember this one lads


Quality. Just Quality

NO NAY NEVER
Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership!

Here's to be being above you again this time next year!

Cheers
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: 93 POINTS 93 POINTS Enough said................ ............... Well, one last thing. 5 defeats all season. Remember this one lads Quality. Just Quality NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership! Here's to be being above you again this time next year! Cheers Tatts
  • Score: -18

12:42am Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl. owd nick
  • Score: -18

1:15am Sun 4 May 14

burnleyglentoran says...

Tatts wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
93 POINTS

93 POINTS

Enough said................


...............


Well, one last thing.

5 defeats all season.

Remember this one lads


Quality. Just Quality

NO NAY NEVER
Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership!

Here's to be being above you again this time next year!

Cheers
This time time next season you will be "CHUMPIONSHIP"

We will be PREMIERSHIP

Huff and puff all you like my no-dad friend but if we dont win a game all season we will finish you.

Nice try but Walkers moneys run out

and correct me if i'm wrong but that means normal service has been resumed and we are

EAST LANCS TOP DOGS
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: 93 POINTS 93 POINTS Enough said................ ............... Well, one last thing. 5 defeats all season. Remember this one lads Quality. Just Quality NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership! Here's to be being above you again this time next year! Cheers[/p][/quote]This time time next season you will be "CHUMPIONSHIP" We will be PREMIERSHIP Huff and puff all you like my no-dad friend but if we dont win a game all season we will finish you. Nice try but Walkers moneys run out and correct me if i'm wrong but that means normal service has been resumed and we are EAST LANCS TOP DOGS burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 10

1:24am Sun 4 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
The highlight of the season....

Seeing all those angry crying no-dads sneaking out of Ewood Park with 10 minutes left to play after surrendering their 34 year comfort blanket and waving goodbye to the 3 points that would have ultimately sent you into the play-off's.

And believe me it REALLY DID MATTER to you lot. The sight of all those gleeful mongoloid faces as the hoards of filthy knuckle dragger's charged towards the away end gesticulating wildly following Jordan Rhodes opening goal sparked celebrations that can only be classed as football's equivalent of premature ejacu@tion. Shhhhhh!

The full-time score? Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

The only thing flaccid was your once-proud 34 year semi....

Burnley FC won at Ewood Park.
Burnley FC are in the Premier League.
Burnley FC are a bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers.

Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER, and the really funny thing is deep down you know it too.

What a season, the sum of all no-dad fears rolled up into one tidy ginger package. You really couldn't make it up!
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]The highlight of the season.... Seeing all those angry crying no-dads sneaking out of Ewood Park with 10 minutes left to play after surrendering their 34 year comfort blanket and waving goodbye to the 3 points that would have ultimately sent you into the play-off's. And believe me it REALLY DID MATTER to you lot. The sight of all those gleeful mongoloid faces as the hoards of filthy knuckle dragger's charged towards the away end gesticulating wildly following Jordan Rhodes opening goal sparked celebrations that can only be classed as football's equivalent of premature ejacu@tion. Shhhhhh! The full-time score? Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. The only thing flaccid was your once-proud 34 year semi.... Burnley FC won at Ewood Park. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Burnley FC are a bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers. Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER, and the really funny thing is deep down you know it too. What a season, the sum of all no-dad fears rolled up into one tidy ginger package. You really couldn't make it up! look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 14

7:56am Sun 4 May 14

spudpaul61 says...

Tatts wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
93 POINTS

93 POINTS

Enough said................


...............


Well, one last thing.

5 defeats all season.

Remember this one lads


Quality. Just Quality

NO NAY NEVER
Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership!

Here's to be being above you again this time next year!

Cheers
think you better re-phrase that comment !!! uncle jack spent millions to BUY the title you knob without him your nowt just a backstreet rubbing rag outfit who are mega in debt you are where you belong below the mighty BFC enjoy brentford you mugs UTC
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: 93 POINTS 93 POINTS Enough said................ ............... Well, one last thing. 5 defeats all season. Remember this one lads Quality. Just Quality NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership! Here's to be being above you again this time next year! Cheers[/p][/quote]think you better re-phrase that comment !!! uncle jack spent millions to BUY the title you knob without him your nowt just a backstreet rubbing rag outfit who are mega in debt you are where you belong below the mighty BFC enjoy brentford you mugs UTC spudpaul61
  • Score: 3

8:13am Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
The highlight of the season....

Seeing all those angry crying no-dads sneaking out of Ewood Park with 10 minutes left to play after surrendering their 34 year comfort blanket and waving goodbye to the 3 points that would have ultimately sent you into the play-off's.

And believe me it REALLY DID MATTER to you lot. The sight of all those gleeful mongoloid faces as the hoards of filthy knuckle dragger's charged towards the away end gesticulating wildly following Jordan Rhodes opening goal sparked celebrations that can only be classed as football's equivalent of premature ejacu@tion. Shhhhhh!

The full-time score? Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.

The only thing flaccid was your once-proud 34 year semi....

Burnley FC won at Ewood Park.
Burnley FC are in the Premier League.
Burnley FC are a bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers.

Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER, and the really funny thing is deep down you know it too.

What a season, the sum of all no-dad fears rolled up into one tidy ginger package. You really couldn't make it up!
It's too easy really LOL, LOL, LOL.

Like shooting fish in a barrel, you really aren't any challenge at all are you?

Have you cleaned the **** and spittle off your keyboard yet?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]The highlight of the season.... Seeing all those angry crying no-dads sneaking out of Ewood Park with 10 minutes left to play after surrendering their 34 year comfort blanket and waving goodbye to the 3 points that would have ultimately sent you into the play-off's. And believe me it REALLY DID MATTER to you lot. The sight of all those gleeful mongoloid faces as the hoards of filthy knuckle dragger's charged towards the away end gesticulating wildly following Jordan Rhodes opening goal sparked celebrations that can only be classed as football's equivalent of premature ejacu@tion. Shhhhhh! The full-time score? Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. The only thing flaccid was your once-proud 34 year semi.... Burnley FC won at Ewood Park. Burnley FC are in the Premier League. Burnley FC are a bigger and better club than Blackburn Rovers. Blackburn Rovers are STAYING DOWN FOREVER, and the really funny thing is deep down you know it too. What a season, the sum of all no-dad fears rolled up into one tidy ginger package. You really couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]It's too easy really LOL, LOL, LOL. Like shooting fish in a barrel, you really aren't any challenge at all are you? Have you cleaned the **** and spittle off your keyboard yet? owd nick
  • Score: -7

8:51am Sun 4 May 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Tatts wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
93 POINTS

93 POINTS

Enough said................


...............


Well, one last thing.

5 defeats all season.

Remember this one lads


Quality. Just Quality

NO NAY NEVER
Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership!

Here's to be being above you again this time next year!

Cheers
Jam tomorrow and living in the past simultaneously. That shows an inability to live in the present and illustrates your deep seated insecurities. I bet you wear tinted lenses, don't you?

A quick psychoanalysis of your troubles there. Please pay your bill on the way out.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: 93 POINTS 93 POINTS Enough said................ ............... Well, one last thing. 5 defeats all season. Remember this one lads Quality. Just Quality NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]Your best season in living memory, finishing runner-up in the championship, whereas ours was winning the Premiership! Here's to be being above you again this time next year! Cheers[/p][/quote]Jam tomorrow and living in the past simultaneously. That shows an inability to live in the present and illustrates your deep seated insecurities. I bet you wear tinted lenses, don't you? A quick psychoanalysis of your troubles there. Please pay your bill on the way out. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 11

8:52am Sun 4 May 14

kfc yummy says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.
You sure she's your girl.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]You sure she's your girl. kfc yummy
  • Score: 14

9:14am Sun 4 May 14

no ney never says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are.
No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching.
We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club.
You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual.
Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley.

Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are. No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching. We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club. You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual. Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley. Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league. no ney never
  • Score: 17

10:16am Sun 4 May 14

Ewood_Mark says...

If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.
If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot. Ewood_Mark
  • Score: 4

10:26am Sun 4 May 14

spudpaul61 says...

Ewood_Mark wrote:
If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.
hahahahaha you lot are such fun when you say utd are your main rivals I am sure ramsbottom dont feel the same way about your comic club. WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE.............U
TC
[quote][p][bold]Ewood_Mark[/bold] wrote: If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.[/p][/quote]hahahahaha you lot are such fun when you say utd are your main rivals I am sure ramsbottom dont feel the same way about your comic club. WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE.............U TC spudpaul61
  • Score: 1

10:36am Sun 4 May 14

McClaret says...

Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured.
Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade
Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured. Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade McClaret
  • Score: 9

1:03pm Sun 4 May 14

Tatts says...

McClaret wrote:
Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured.
Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade
Watch out for the crowds in Burnley town centre today - I hear there is a sale on at B&M bargains.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured. Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade[/p][/quote]Watch out for the crowds in Burnley town centre today - I hear there is a sale on at B&M bargains. Tatts
  • Score: -10

3:28pm Sun 4 May 14

RobH2O says...

Tatts wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured.
Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade
Watch out for the crowds in Burnley town centre today - I hear there is a sale on at B&M bargains.
A cheap insignificant comment from an even cheaper and less significant man called Tatts.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Highlight of my season was watching Ings score at Ewood and the Darwen End explode!! I was on the riverside and had a p*ss after the games and had to listen to all the plastics saying that was it, never going on again - it was a pleasure and a memory to be treasured. Well done Burnley, Time for a well deserved parade[/p][/quote]Watch out for the crowds in Burnley town centre today - I hear there is a sale on at B&M bargains.[/p][/quote]A cheap insignificant comment from an even cheaper and less significant man called Tatts. RobH2O
  • Score: 8

4:24pm Sun 4 May 14

Fan@clared says...

owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
Shocking bringing up a child to be a bigot like that. I wonder how does she feel about having a 76 years old toothless gimp as a father? Still she's a rare specimen from Mill Hill having a father she knows.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]Shocking bringing up a child to be a bigot like that. I wonder how does she feel about having a 76 years old toothless gimp as a father? Still she's a rare specimen from Mill Hill having a father she knows. Fan@clared
  • Score: 7

6:03pm Sun 4 May 14

owd nick says...

no ney never wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are.
No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching.
We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club.
You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual.
Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley.

Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league.
So you didn't have kids screaming abuse at Rovers fans and players at the Turf this season, or for that matter Ewood?

Hypocrite.

If my daughter had dished out some of the abuse she received on our way into Ewood back she would have been told about it in no uncertain terms.

Or a grown man waving his **** at her from behind a coach window?

That's acceptable behavior in Burnley is it?

I was simply having a go at the idiot troll who has at least 9 identities on the go, at least 3 of them have replied to me on this thread pretending to be different people, I am almost certain you are yet another one.

He's relatively easy to spot because of his linguistic DNA.

There are some decent Burnley fans I enjoy having banter and a reasoned discussion with, a couple I would happily buy them a pint if I met them, unfortunately idiots like the troll ruin it for everyone.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are. No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching. We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club. You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual. Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley. Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league.[/p][/quote]So you didn't have kids screaming abuse at Rovers fans and players at the Turf this season, or for that matter Ewood? Hypocrite. If my daughter had dished out some of the abuse she received on our way into Ewood back she would have been told about it in no uncertain terms. Or a grown man waving his **** at her from behind a coach window? That's acceptable behavior in Burnley is it? I was simply having a go at the idiot troll who has at least 9 identities on the go, at least 3 of them have replied to me on this thread pretending to be different people, I am almost certain you are yet another one. He's relatively easy to spot because of his linguistic DNA. There are some decent Burnley fans I enjoy having banter and a reasoned discussion with, a couple I would happily buy them a pint if I met them, unfortunately idiots like the troll ruin it for everyone. owd nick
  • Score: -4

7:33pm Sun 4 May 14

no ney never says...

owd nick wrote:
no ney never wrote:
owd nick wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.
Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER!

Cheerio!
The highlight of your life wasn't it?

Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it.

I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one.

The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter.

Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League.

And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile.

That's my girl.
Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are.
No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching.
We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club.
You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual.
Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley.

Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league.
So you didn't have kids screaming abuse at Rovers fans and players at the Turf this season, or for that matter Ewood?

Hypocrite.

If my daughter had dished out some of the abuse she received on our way into Ewood back she would have been told about it in no uncertain terms.

Or a grown man waving his **** at her from behind a coach window?

That's acceptable behavior in Burnley is it?

I was simply having a go at the idiot troll who has at least 9 identities on the go, at least 3 of them have replied to me on this thread pretending to be different people, I am almost certain you are yet another one.

He's relatively easy to spot because of his linguistic DNA.

There are some decent Burnley fans I enjoy having banter and a reasoned discussion with, a couple I would happily buy them a pint if I met them, unfortunately idiots like the troll ruin it for everyone.
Maybe if the last sentence to your OP with respect to your daughter's views said some Burnley fans rather than Burnley, you would be aiming your post at the intended rather than the rest of us in general.
Clearly those Burnley fans you encountered on your way to a humiliating defeat to Burnley, were simply trying to express in a language you would understand. Same as we try to communicate in the language of the country we visit when abroad. By your OP you clearly wouldn't understand a civil descent approach as that wouldn't display any of the hate filled prejudice which you portray.
Its no good to your health to be nasty because your angry at the knowledge that what you have seen this season, is the best your team is going to be for a long time. I know its a far cry from the recent past, but what your going through is the process of change. Acceptance will come soon, then you can begin to live with it. At least you have two more years of parachute payments remaining for consolation before there's nowt left in it for venkys.
Good Luck as a club and do make a start on trying to be nice to others, maybe people will reciprocate as you would like.

Burnley FC....trying to help those who require life skills.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. With the wind in our sails and a swansong to our best season in living memory and we can't beat Reading on their turf when our blue and white neighbours did. Turmoil on the horizon.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers..... STAYING DOWN FOREVER! Cheerio![/p][/quote]The highlight of your life wasn't it? Beating a team that the majority of your flaccid supporters can't even remember the last time you actually managed it. I do, I was there, it hurt a hell of a lot more then than it did this season because at the time it really mattered, and the Burnley team that achieved it was light years better than your current one. The highlight of my life was seeing the birth of my daughter. Don't get me wrong, I love football, i love Rovers, but nothing I have ever experienced in sport will ever eclipse that moment, ever, not even the day we won the Premier League. And she has been brought up the right way, a Season Ticket holder since she was 5, she's now 16, loves the club, drools over Tom Cairney for some reason, and thinks that Burnley are the biggest bag of **** to crawl out of the primordial slime since Jimmy Savile. That's my girl.[/p][/quote]Shame that since kids are born without prejudice and hate, its the environment they grow up in which pollutes them. You talk as a responsible adult then finish your post by revealing the type of person you really are. No wonder the football world aren't bothered what happens to a club who bring nothing but hate and prejudice where ever you visit, like a dark cloud approaching. We have a one club mentality, you have one mental club. You can remember enjoying 18 years in the top flight and how you lauded it over us, so clearly you know what a role reversal means. Hiding behind your prejudice hate filled daughter to make out your not hurting, again reveals more about you as an individual. Bit of luck you will be much further down the league the next time we drop out of the prem, don't really want your type visiting beautiful Burnley. Burnley FC. ...we love, premier league.[/p][/quote]So you didn't have kids screaming abuse at Rovers fans and players at the Turf this season, or for that matter Ewood? Hypocrite. If my daughter had dished out some of the abuse she received on our way into Ewood back she would have been told about it in no uncertain terms. Or a grown man waving his **** at her from behind a coach window? That's acceptable behavior in Burnley is it? I was simply having a go at the idiot troll who has at least 9 identities on the go, at least 3 of them have replied to me on this thread pretending to be different people, I am almost certain you are yet another one. He's relatively easy to spot because of his linguistic DNA. There are some decent Burnley fans I enjoy having banter and a reasoned discussion with, a couple I would happily buy them a pint if I met them, unfortunately idiots like the troll ruin it for everyone.[/p][/quote]Maybe if the last sentence to your OP with respect to your daughter's views said some Burnley fans rather than Burnley, you would be aiming your post at the intended rather than the rest of us in general. Clearly those Burnley fans you encountered on your way to a humiliating defeat to Burnley, were simply trying to express in a language you would understand. Same as we try to communicate in the language of the country we visit when abroad. By your OP you clearly wouldn't understand a civil descent approach as that wouldn't display any of the hate filled prejudice which you portray. Its no good to your health to be nasty because your angry at the knowledge that what you have seen this season, is the best your team is going to be for a long time. I know its a far cry from the recent past, but what your going through is the process of change. Acceptance will come soon, then you can begin to live with it. At least you have two more years of parachute payments remaining for consolation before there's nowt left in it for venkys. Good Luck as a club and do make a start on trying to be nice to others, maybe people will reciprocate as you would like. Burnley FC....trying to help those who require life skills. no ney never
  • Score: 7

8:55pm Sun 4 May 14

Sparky86 says...

You really are the most pathetic set of t***s imaginable.

Your final game of the season. A bit of upset having only got a draw, but nevertheless, it would be time to reflect on the game, the overall season, and be proud of what Dyche and the club has achieved.

But no, only one Claret took to first comment to discuss BURNLEY.
Didn't take long for you lot to turn the comments all things Rovers on a thread that is nothing to with us. You truly are obsessed. It's laughable.

A Brighton fan takes time out of his day to register and offer his congrats and you instantly barrage him with insults.

If the idea of a typical Burnley is defined by the people who post on here I do despair for your team.

Anyway, all the best for next season. Well done.
You really are the most pathetic set of t***s imaginable. Your final game of the season. A bit of upset having only got a draw, but nevertheless, it would be time to reflect on the game, the overall season, and be proud of what Dyche and the club has achieved. But no, only one Claret took to first comment to discuss BURNLEY. Didn't take long for you lot to turn the comments all things Rovers on a thread that is nothing to with us. You truly are obsessed. It's laughable. A Brighton fan takes time out of his day to register and offer his congrats and you instantly barrage him with insults. If the idea of a typical Burnley is defined by the people who post on here I do despair for your team. Anyway, all the best for next season. Well done. Sparky86
  • Score: 2

9:47pm Sun 4 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Ewood_Mark wrote:
If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.
It's "If only we could HAVE" and "we would HAVE". What a n0b jockey you are SkidMark.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood_Mark[/bold] wrote: If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.[/p][/quote]It's "If only we could HAVE" and "we would HAVE". What a n0b jockey you are SkidMark. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

2:10am Mon 5 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Ewood_Mark wrote:
If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.
It's "If only we could HAVE" and "we would HAVE". What a n0b jockey you are SkidMark.
Says the knob jockey with nothing left but grammar corrections. I pity you Mungo, I honestly pity you. We've bent you over and given it to you dry all season and you have absolutely no come back.

What a MUG you are.

ps. hope you enjoyed the promotion parade today... I saw you.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood_Mark[/bold] wrote: If only we could of beaten Burnley on our patch this season, then we would of been in the play-offs. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO SHATTER OUR DREAMS!? We are by far the biggest club in this league if not the country and just remember United are our main rivals still, not you lot.[/p][/quote]It's "If only we could HAVE" and "we would HAVE". What a n0b jockey you are SkidMark.[/p][/quote]Says the knob jockey with nothing left but grammar corrections. I pity you Mungo, I honestly pity you. We've bent you over and given it to you dry all season and you have absolutely no come back. What a MUG you are. ps. hope you enjoyed the promotion parade today... I saw you. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 7

4:40pm Mon 5 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons........... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

6:46pm Mon 5 May 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong.

Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong. Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 2

7:57pm Mon 5 May 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
Pop pop pop..... it's all gone wrong down at Ewood Park...

FFP is going to give it to you dry next season and we'll be here as always laughing at you goons as you slide towards League One.

Couldn't happen to a nicer club.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]Pop pop pop..... it's all gone wrong down at Ewood Park... FFP is going to give it to you dry next season and we'll be here as always laughing at you goons as you slide towards League One. Couldn't happen to a nicer club. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 3

8:57pm Mon 5 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong.

Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.
Je pense to es un sister loveur
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong. Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.[/p][/quote]Je pense to es un sister loveur TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

5:44am Tue 6 May 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong.

Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.
Je pense to es un sister loveur
Vous avez un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux 😛
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong. Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.[/p][/quote]Je pense to es un sister loveur[/p][/quote]Vous avez un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux 😛 RobH2O
  • Score: 3

7:13am Tue 6 May 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong.

Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.
Je pense to es un sister loveur
Je pense TU you mean, you thick, uneducated pretentious buffoon and then you go completely downhill into the deep hole you're continuing to dig yourself as there is no such word in the French language as 'loveur'. You should have stuck with 'lover' as that would have worked but, as I wrote earlier, pretentious and a worthless attempt at a language you are completely lost in. Rather like English for you.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong. Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.[/p][/quote]Je pense to es un sister loveur[/p][/quote]Je pense TU you mean, you thick, uneducated pretentious buffoon and then you go completely downhill into the deep hole you're continuing to dig yourself as there is no such word in the French language as 'loveur'. You should have stuck with 'lover' as that would have worked but, as I wrote earlier, pretentious and a worthless attempt at a language you are completely lost in. Rather like English for you. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 2

1:24pm Tue 6 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

RobH2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........
It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong.

Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.
Je pense to es un sister loveur
Vous avez un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux 😛
Thank you for giving me respect. Tu as un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: I have hope for next season whereas you and SkidMark have non. You will be last on MOTD until the crunch relegation decider (if you haven't already sunk). If Dyche manages to keep you up you'll be boring and he'll be elsewhere by the start of the following season anyway. Nowhere to go now but down. Enjoy the ride. Future turmoil beckons...........[/p][/quote]It's 'none', not 'non' unless you're French and even then, it'd be wrong. Predict away as you're ALWAYS wrong. Mr. Consistent, that's you.[/p][/quote]Je pense to es un sister loveur[/p][/quote]Vous avez un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux 😛[/p][/quote]Thank you for giving me respect. Tu as un peu de pénis et êtes malades mentaux. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -2

2:00pm Tue 6 May 14

houseclaret says...

Sparky86 wrote:
You really are the most pathetic set of t***s imaginable.

Your final game of the season. A bit of upset having only got a draw, but nevertheless, it would be time to reflect on the game, the overall season, and be proud of what Dyche and the club has achieved.

But no, only one Claret took to first comment to discuss BURNLEY.
Didn't take long for you lot to turn the comments all things Rovers on a thread that is nothing to with us. You truly are obsessed. It's laughable.

A Brighton fan takes time out of his day to register and offer his congrats and you instantly barrage him with insults.

If the idea of a typical Burnley is defined by the people who post on here I do despair for your team.

Anyway, all the best for next season. Well done.
What barrage of abuse would that be then. Did you notice how many likes he had. There was one bad(ish) comment and I'm not sure that was a Claret. I see you lot are out in force though with your bitterness and bile. I like to think the best of other supporters but many of your lot are beyond belief in your misplaced and unwarranted arrogance. Go and reflect on your behaviour over the closed season and come back better for it.
[quote][p][bold]Sparky86[/bold] wrote: You really are the most pathetic set of t***s imaginable. Your final game of the season. A bit of upset having only got a draw, but nevertheless, it would be time to reflect on the game, the overall season, and be proud of what Dyche and the club has achieved. But no, only one Claret took to first comment to discuss BURNLEY. Didn't take long for you lot to turn the comments all things Rovers on a thread that is nothing to with us. You truly are obsessed. It's laughable. A Brighton fan takes time out of his day to register and offer his congrats and you instantly barrage him with insults. If the idea of a typical Burnley is defined by the people who post on here I do despair for your team. Anyway, all the best for next season. Well done.[/p][/quote]What barrage of abuse would that be then. Did you notice how many likes he had. There was one bad(ish) comment and I'm not sure that was a Claret. I see you lot are out in force though with your bitterness and bile. I like to think the best of other supporters but many of your lot are beyond belief in your misplaced and unwarranted arrogance. Go and reflect on your behaviour over the closed season and come back better for it. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

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