Clarets boss Dyche prepared to play transfer window waiting game

Boss Sean Dyche

Boss Sean Dyche

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SEAN Dyche knows he may have to be patient to get the players he wants for Burnley’s Premier League campaign – as he prepares himself for a busy summer.

Dyche has started making recruitment plans after the Clarets secured their place in the top flight, holding discussions with the board over his summer budget.

The Burnley boss will have money to spend following promotion but finances will still be limited compared to their Premier League rivals, so Dyche has warned that deals could take some time to come to fruition.

“It’s all about aligning everything,” he said. “I don’t think we’ll be in a position where we go ‘bang’ and it happens.

“We’re obviously in a better position because we’re in the Premier League, we have finance to use, although not a bottomless pit.

“I don’t imagine we’ll be the biggest spenders in wages or acquisitions, but it will give us a chance to invest in good players.

“I’ll be looking for players that can affect the group – not at any cost, but certainly at cost, if and when needed.

“The players we have here know I’ll be pushing them and whoever comes in the building for more, because that’s what it’s going to take.

“We’ve moved up a division, simple as that.”

Dyche will get a holiday at some point over the summer but he is not winding down just yet, even though the season finished 10 days ago.

“It’s not stopped yet,” he said.

“It’s been constant communication with our own people, the board, the chief executive.

“People forget the board came out and told the truth early season, they kept it real.

“The chief executive worked hard to tell the fans it could still be positive. The board are all supporters, all Burnley people.

“So there is work being done inside the club and outside the club.

“I’m talking to various people about many different things that affect our club. I think I’ll get an hour off before pre-season! But seriously, I’ll get a couple of breaks and squeeze in a couple of rounds of golf.

“There's usually a cooling off period, usually after the play-offs and through early June before ramping up, but it's a good busy now, a nice busy.”

Burnley have already been linked with a number of players, with former Blackpool midfielder Ludovic Sylvestre the latest yesterday,

Dyche said: “We’ve been linked with everyone immediately, but I can assure you 99 per cent of the names, there has been no contact, no link.

“Agents play their part. The one thing that is true is we have a small squad, it’s not rocket science, we are going to need to add to that squad.

“So if there are any names knocking about, people are going to link them to us, just because of our numbers.”

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9:39am Tue 13 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares.

How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty?

Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.
Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares. How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty? Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

9:47am Tue 13 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then.

Future turmoil beckons.............
..
Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then. Future turmoil beckons............. .. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -12

9:55am Tue 13 May 14

Burnley59/60 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then.

Future turmoil beckons.............

..
You need to vanish up your own rear end
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then. Future turmoil beckons............. ..[/p][/quote]You need to vanish up your own rear end Burnley59/60
  • Score: 11

10:22am Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

Dyche understands that, with good management and further improvements in technique instilled trough innovative training methods, most of the current squad will step up to the plate.

There are players who have failed at other clubs, or who have had injuries they have recovered from and fallen further behind in their current clubs' pecking orders, who can be transformed through management.

I, for one, don't expect the club transfer record of £3m for Steven Fletcher to be beaten. He's apparently got £16m split over this window and the coming January window. That does not buy you much at this level. However, Dyche said earlier, during the last sea on, that companies in real life don't buy and sell people. They have to work to improve who they have and get the best out of them.

I trust this man to deliver.
Dyche understands that, with good management and further improvements in technique instilled trough innovative training methods, most of the current squad will step up to the plate. There are players who have failed at other clubs, or who have had injuries they have recovered from and fallen further behind in their current clubs' pecking orders, who can be transformed through management. I, for one, don't expect the club transfer record of £3m for Steven Fletcher to be beaten. He's apparently got £16m split over this window and the coming January window. That does not buy you much at this level. However, Dyche said earlier, during the last sea on, that companies in real life don't buy and sell people. They have to work to improve who they have and get the best out of them. I trust this man to deliver. RobH2O
  • Score: 23

10:42am Tue 13 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Last season we got lucky with eddie howe signings and freebies. This season when we have 120million to spend they're on about more freebies and cheapo signings. It'll be interesting to see if Dyches luck runs out which I expect will happen. Until we get some class players in we should be expecting nothing short of a padgering every week.
Last season we got lucky with eddie howe signings and freebies. This season when we have 120million to spend they're on about more freebies and cheapo signings. It'll be interesting to see if Dyches luck runs out which I expect will happen. Until we get some class players in we should be expecting nothing short of a padgering every week. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -18

11:59am Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Last season we got lucky with eddie howe signings and freebies. This season when we have 120million to spend they're on about more freebies and cheapo signings. It'll be interesting to see if Dyches luck runs out which I expect will happen. Until we get some class players in we should be expecting nothing short of a padgering every week.
The only thing, and I use the term loosely, that gets a padgering in Burnley every week is yer mam.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Last season we got lucky with eddie howe signings and freebies. This season when we have 120million to spend they're on about more freebies and cheapo signings. It'll be interesting to see if Dyches luck runs out which I expect will happen. Until we get some class players in we should be expecting nothing short of a padgering every week.[/p][/quote]The only thing, and I use the term loosely, that gets a padgering in Burnley every week is yer mam. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 11

12:10pm Tue 13 May 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares.

How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty?

Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.
TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March.
Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid.
Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares. How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty? Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.[/p][/quote]TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March. Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid. Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League. Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 11

12:14pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares.

How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty?

Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.
TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March.
Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid.
Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.
Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then.
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares. How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty? Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.[/p][/quote]TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March. Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid. Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.[/p][/quote]Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then. RobH2O
  • Score: 1

12:15pm Tue 13 May 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

Burnley59/60 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then.

Future turmoil beckons.............


..
You need to vanish up your own rear end
Yeah, Barnicle tomboy you need to varnish up your rear end!
[quote][p][bold]Burnley59/60[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then. Future turmoil beckons............. ..[/p][/quote]You need to vanish up your own rear end[/p][/quote]Yeah, Barnicle tomboy you need to varnish up your rear end! Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 5

12:19pm Tue 13 May 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

RobH2O wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares.

How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty?

Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.
TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March.
Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid.
Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.
Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then.
Twelve thousand weren't short of cash and seeing the average gate minus away fans and end of season glory hunters was about that total whats your problem?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares. How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty? Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.[/p][/quote]TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March. Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid. Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.[/p][/quote]Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then.[/p][/quote]Twelve thousand weren't short of cash and seeing the average gate minus away fans and end of season glory hunters was about that total whats your problem? Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 1

12:23pm Tue 13 May 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then.

Future turmoil beckons.............

..
Not so much turmoil as will happen at Venky Stadium. Oh oh just wait. By the way have you got compulsive irritant syndrome?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then. Future turmoil beckons............. ..[/p][/quote]Not so much turmoil as will happen at Venky Stadium. Oh oh just wait. By the way have you got compulsive irritant syndrome? tall in the saddle
  • Score: 4

12:32pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

Scamp Kingsley wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Scamp Kingsley wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares.

How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty?

Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.
TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March.
Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid.
Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.
Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then.
Twelve thousand weren't short of cash and seeing the average gate minus away fans and end of season glory hunters was about that total whats your problem?
I was short of the readies!😕
[quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scamp Kingsley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley FC – the club that received £120M from TV rights then tried to squeeze a further £500k out of a financially deprived area by immediately hiking season ticket and match day prices. Reward for the support of ‘loyal’ fans through the promotion campaign or exploitation? Burnley FC, the family club that cares. How many of the promotion team will be shown loyalty? Enjoy the ride, the turmoil starts here.[/p][/quote]TWELVE THOUSAND season tickets were sold during the discount period before the end of March. Any one buying now can pay through the nose for being a PL glory hunter or stupid. Well done the Board and UTC in the Premier League.[/p][/quote]Or, bloody short of cash during the discount period so couldn't buy one then.[/p][/quote]Twelve thousand weren't short of cash and seeing the average gate minus away fans and end of season glory hunters was about that total whats your problem?[/p][/quote]I was short of the readies!😕 RobH2O
  • Score: 3

12:33pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then.

Future turmoil beckons.............


..
Not so much turmoil as will happen at Venky Stadium. Oh oh just wait. By the way have you got compulsive irritant syndrome?
No, he's got Total Tw*t Syndrome - apparently.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Burnley have a small squad at present because that was how how the cloth needed to be cut for the Championship. Make it big and fat for the Premier League then where does that leave the club once back in the Championship? I guess Dyche needn't worry - he'll be elsewhere by then. Future turmoil beckons............. ..[/p][/quote]Not so much turmoil as will happen at Venky Stadium. Oh oh just wait. By the way have you got compulsive irritant syndrome?[/p][/quote]No, he's got Total Tw*t Syndrome - apparently. RobH2O
  • Score: 7

12:57pm Tue 13 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons………. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

1:40pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 14

1:43pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though! RobH2O
  • Score: 7

2:11pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 5

2:13pm Tue 13 May 14

tall in the saddle says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
You’re right it does at Pluck ‘em and Cook ‘em Park
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]You’re right it does at Pluck ‘em and Cook ‘em Park tall in the saddle
  • Score: 5

2:17pm Tue 13 May 14

34 years says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............
......a truly remarkable statistic
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic 34 years
  • Score: -6

2:21pm Tue 13 May 14

TurfMoorTom says...

True - the pop hasn't appeared yet. Have patience my son, it most certainly will and you all know this is the case. Just a matter of when.

"Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market." You can improve it all you like but it will be extra baggage when the club refinds it's level. At that time....turmoil!!
True - the pop hasn't appeared yet. Have patience my son, it most certainly will and you all know this is the case. Just a matter of when. "Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market." You can improve it all you like but it will be extra baggage when the club refinds it's level. At that time....turmoil!! TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

2:36pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............

......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 14

3:19pm Tue 13 May 14

34 years says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............


......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun. 34 years
  • Score: -6

3:53pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............



......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money"

Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced.


"based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..."

Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs.


"Class is permanent"

Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds?

Classless and clueless.

We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football.

You are now and will be forever in our shadow.

Get back in my pocket you mug.
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.[/p][/quote]"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money" Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced. "based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..." Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs. "Class is permanent" Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds? Classless and clueless. We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football. You are now and will be forever in our shadow. Get back in my pocket you mug. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

4:08pm Tue 13 May 14

34 years says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............




......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money"

Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced.


"based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..."

Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs.


"Class is permanent"

Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds?

Classless and clueless.

We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football.

You are now and will be forever in our shadow.

Get back in my pocket you mug.
No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.[/p][/quote]"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money" Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced. "based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..." Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs. "Class is permanent" Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds? Classless and clueless. We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football. You are now and will be forever in our shadow. Get back in my pocket you mug.[/p][/quote]No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of. 34 years
  • Score: -5

4:15pm Tue 13 May 14

Terrier man says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............





......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money"

Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced.


"based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..."

Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs.


"Class is permanent"

Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds?

Classless and clueless.

We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football.

You are now and will be forever in our shadow.

Get back in my pocket you mug.
No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of.
Here, here 34 years - absolutely on the mark with everything you have said! What a delusional individual we are dealing with here
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.[/p][/quote]"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money" Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced. "based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..." Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs. "Class is permanent" Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds? Classless and clueless. We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football. You are now and will be forever in our shadow. Get back in my pocket you mug.[/p][/quote]No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of.[/p][/quote]Here, here 34 years - absolutely on the mark with everything you have said! What a delusional individual we are dealing with here Terrier man
  • Score: -3

4:17pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............





......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money"

Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced.


"based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..."

Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs.


"Class is permanent"

Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds?

Classless and clueless.

We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football.

You are now and will be forever in our shadow.

Get back in my pocket you mug.
No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of.
And then you woke up in a cold sweat and realised that it wasn't just a nightmare and that Burnley did actually beat you at Ewood Park, and they did get promoted, and they did prevent you from reaching the play-off's...

I'll make an allowance for your inability to back up your own arguments this time, however I think maybe you should take a proper look at the history books, you might then realise that football did exist before 1995.

Anyway, here's to next season, I hope you stay up! Are you big enough to say the same?
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.[/p][/quote]"you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money" Well at least you admit that your "success" was bought and paid for by the ill-gotten gains of a dear old man who was never fully aware of the extent to which he was shamelessly fleeced. "based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior..." Try the European Cup Mungo, and come back to us with your tail between your legs. "Class is permanent" Does that include players under investigation for match-fixing? Does that include having a youth coach who has been prosecuted for giving the youth team players "the glove"? Does that include being one of the few clubs who are non-compliant with the financial rules that govern all other clubs? Does that include being run by Indian chicken farmers who are racking up enormous debts on your little tin-pot club? Does that include being relegating from the top flight TWICE? Does that include being a national laughingstock, and sacking managers at will and paying them off to the turn of millions of pounds? Classless and clueless. We are, and will, enjoy our future looking down on your desperately jealous and bitter invertebrates as you suffer the humiliation and embarrassment of a transfer ban and a slide ever downwards towards lower league football. You are now and will be forever in our shadow. Get back in my pocket you mug.[/p][/quote]No thanks - happy where I am with the status and achievements in the football world that you guys can only ever dream of.[/p][/quote]And then you woke up in a cold sweat and realised that it wasn't just a nightmare and that Burnley did actually beat you at Ewood Park, and they did get promoted, and they did prevent you from reaching the play-off's... I'll make an allowance for your inability to back up your own arguments this time, however I think maybe you should take a proper look at the history books, you might then realise that football did exist before 1995. Anyway, here's to next season, I hope you stay up! Are you big enough to say the same? Super_Clarets
  • Score: 2

4:32pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

"Here, here 34 years - absolutely on the mark with everything you have said! What a delusional individual we are dealing with here"

Closing your eyes and wishing won't make it go away. It really did happen.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley.
"Here, here 34 years - absolutely on the mark with everything you have said! What a delusional individual we are dealing with here" Closing your eyes and wishing won't make it go away. It really did happen. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 3

5:33pm Tue 13 May 14

tall in the saddle says...

34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............



......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed.

Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.
Burnley Premier League team.
Blackburn Chumpionship team (average one)
[quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hurts, doesn't it, knowing that as long as the sun shines you will never ever rise to the heights we achieved with Uncle Jack's money and we will never ever plummet to the depths of the fourth division - guaranteed. Form is temporary, class is permanent and based on whatever criteria you wish to compare the two clubs we have been, are, and always will be, superior to you in every way. Enjoy your week in the sun.[/p][/quote]Burnley Premier League team. Blackburn Chumpionship team (average one) tall in the saddle
  • Score: 1

5:42pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995.

They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them.

They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them!

In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh?

In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well.

Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage .
Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS.

The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.
Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995. They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them. They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them! In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh? In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well. Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage . Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS. The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

6:41pm Tue 13 May 14

jim 2012 says...

RobH2O wrote:
Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995.

They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them.

They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them!

In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh?

In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well.

Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage .
Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS.

The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.
you think Cash injections are immoral in football
then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium
think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park
were do you think the money came from ?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995. They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them. They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them! In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh? In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well. Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage . Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS. The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.[/p][/quote]you think Cash injections are immoral in football then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park were do you think the money came from ? jim 2012
  • Score: -1

6:48pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995.

They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them.

They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them!

In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh?

In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well.

Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage .
Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS.

The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.
you think Cash injections are immoral in football
then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium
think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park
were do you think the money came from ?
Earned not injected.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995. They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them. They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them! In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh? In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well. Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage . Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS. The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.[/p][/quote]you think Cash injections are immoral in football then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park were do you think the money came from ?[/p][/quote]Earned not injected. RobH2O
  • Score: 1

7:32pm Tue 13 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

7:41pm Tue 13 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............


......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hi Super Claret, sorry but I don't understand you, one minute you say history counts for nothing, and the next you are quoting results from the sixties and seventies. Also when someone comes on here and mentions John Bond you're off calling the police, you are a strange one aren't you. Whats wrong with John Bond, he was a great manager?
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hi Super Claret, sorry but I don't understand you, one minute you say history counts for nothing, and the next you are quoting results from the sixties and seventies. Also when someone comes on here and mentions John Bond you're off calling the police, you are a strange one aren't you. Whats wrong with John Bond, he was a great manager? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

8:29pm Tue 13 May 14

stevieclaret says...

jim 2012 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995.

They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them.

They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them!

In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh?

In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well.

Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage .
Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS.

The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.
you think Cash injections are immoral in football
then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium
think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park
were do you think the money came from ?
Think etihad, old Trafford n deadwood???

Don't make me laugh! U av 3 decent stands and a shed. I could name 30 stadia better than yours. Coventry for example n they don't even play football there.

In fact ur fall from grace mirrors theirs...mismanageme
nt and debts. The only turmoil that beckons is for ur club when ffp n embargoes kick in. I can see u ground sharing with bury - or playing them in league 2!!

Now run along to your board where people may take u seriously...
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: Rovers have obtained the title 3 times. 1912, 1914 and 1995. Lawrence Cotton funded 1912 and 1914. Jack Walker funded the one in 1995. They "obtained" them. They did not "earn" them. They obtained won the FA Cup 3 times in the professional era; 1890, 1891 and 1928. They earned them. Just a note though. The FA guidelines state that FA Cup wins from the era before professionalism are listable as are those from the professional era. Rovers list them! In the league, when its on a like-for-like basis, pound for pound and equal opportunity, Rovers are hopeless. From 1928, the last FA Cup win to 1995, they won squat. That's 67 years! A bit longer than 34 eh? In that time we won the title twice, reached 2 FA Cup finals, the European Cup QF and won the Charity Shield twice. We spent longer in the top flight and had more top 3 finishes as well. Cash injections are immoral. You only win when you get that leg up advantage . Its seen as cheating by the whole sporting fraternity. ITS WHYY FFP EXISTS. The Clarets. Living morally as a professional club since 1888.[/p][/quote]you think Cash injections are immoral in football then can you tell us how burnley will survive in the premier league without investment in players not to mention that ramshackle stadium think etihad stadium think old Trafford think ewood park were do you think the money came from ?[/p][/quote]Think etihad, old Trafford n deadwood??? Don't make me laugh! U av 3 decent stands and a shed. I could name 30 stadia better than yours. Coventry for example n they don't even play football there. In fact ur fall from grace mirrors theirs...mismanageme nt and debts. The only turmoil that beckons is for ur club when ffp n embargoes kick in. I can see u ground sharing with bury - or playing them in league 2!! Now run along to your board where people may take u seriously... stevieclaret
  • Score: 0

8:51pm Tue 13 May 14

A Darener says...

To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer. A Darener
  • Score: 0

8:52pm Tue 13 May 14

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
If you pay I'll carry your luggage.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer.[/p][/quote]If you pay I'll carry your luggage. RobH2O
  • Score: 0

8:53pm Tue 13 May 14

jim 2012 says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............


......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million
jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football
jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title
what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much jim 2012
  • Score: -2

8:59pm Tue 13 May 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............



......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million
jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football
jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title
what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much
Clarets boss Dyche prepared to play transfer window waiting game
that say's it all really the bargain bucket of the premier league
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much[/p][/quote]Clarets boss Dyche prepared to play transfer window waiting game that say's it all really the bargain bucket of the premier league jim 2012
  • Score: -10

9:03pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
This is the definition of giving yourself a reach around.

What an absolute spunkbubble.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]This is the definition of giving yourself a reach around. What an absolute spunkbubble. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 6

9:10pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............



......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
Hi Super Claret, sorry but I don't understand you, one minute you say history counts for nothing, and the next you are quoting results from the sixties and seventies. Also when someone comes on here and mentions John Bond you're off calling the police, you are a strange one aren't you. Whats wrong with John Bond, he was a great manager?
I was simply putting another excitable no-dad back in his box by pointing out the inaccuracies of his argument.

John Bond may have been a great manager but he was no Steve Kean. Now that's a manager who will forever be remembered with great fondness by Burnley fans everywhere, the man who kickstarted the most hilarious collapse in world football.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]Hi Super Claret, sorry but I don't understand you, one minute you say history counts for nothing, and the next you are quoting results from the sixties and seventies. Also when someone comes on here and mentions John Bond you're off calling the police, you are a strange one aren't you. Whats wrong with John Bond, he was a great manager?[/p][/quote]I was simply putting another excitable no-dad back in his box by pointing out the inaccuracies of his argument. John Bond may have been a great manager but he was no Steve Kean. Now that's a manager who will forever be remembered with great fondness by Burnley fans everywhere, the man who kickstarted the most hilarious collapse in world football. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 7

9:26pm Tue 13 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
34 years wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
Risk? Short term bubble?

Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons.

Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+.

Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo?

Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS.

Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction.

There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not.

When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles.

And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.
Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though!
I did.

Same retard, different day.
34 years...............



......a truly remarkable statistic
Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival.

I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level.

In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2.

06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3
02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0
01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0
19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2
10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1
24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4
09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4
01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2
27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2
08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1
26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3
27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1
26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1
14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2

That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing.

Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years.

A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby.

Get back in your box retard.
jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million
jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire
jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football
jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title
what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much
Conned or not, I don't for one minute believe he knew just how much he was "investing" given that its well known he spent most of his time away with the fairies.

The best stadium in East Lancashire is now a death trap by all accounts and as was recently reported the Riverside stand is likely to be closed amid serious safety concerns. Blackburn Rovers have done enough damage to English football thank you very much, we don't need another disaster to bring us down further. Perhaps if your rupee billionaire owners were to put their hand in their pocket and bring your facilities up to scratch we wouldn't be hearing words such as "liability", "subsidence" and "death trap" associated with one of your stands.

Youth academy? What exactly does this fantastic youth academy produce these days? Did you see some of the spankings your youngsters received this season? Didn't you bring in the entire Portuguese youth team last year? Wide of the mark yet again with that one.

And yes, Jack Walker gave you the money to buy the players that bought the Premier League title, a title based on nothing other than outspending everyone else around you at that time... £100million in today's money must be more like £500million, so in real terms you outspent the Man CIty and Real Madrid of today combined. Now that's shocking arrogance.

I expect that given our healthy balance sheet, zero debt, solid foundations, excellent squad and superb manager, we will invest wisely and surprise more than a few teams and pundits next season on the way to a comfortable position in the Premier League. Which means that at the start of the 2015/16 season we'll be two whole divisions above you debt-ridden clowns.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]34 years[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]Risk? Short term bubble? Perhaps you have missed the figures quoted for promotion this season. Burnley FC are about to benefit from a minimum of £120million, along with countless more millions coming into the club and the town over the coming seasons. Now your retort is that it costs money to play in the Premier League and indeed it does, but as that money is spent on increasing and improving the playing staff and facilities you effectively strengthen the club as a whole and thereby increase its value as a whole, and more often than not with sensible business in the transfer market, combined with proper management and development of players (as Burnley are well known for), an asset purchased for £3-5million can ultimately be worth £10-15million+. Look at what Sean Dyche has done this season with a team that cost next to nothing, bet it makes you feel sick doesn't it Mungo? Now compare this with your club and approx. £60million debt and further losses for this season. You could realistically put Burnley FC somewhere in the region of £180million better off than Blackburn Rovers. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILLION ENGLISH POUNDS. Consider also your pending transfer embargo and potential further punishment for non-compliance with FFP, which if rumours are to believed, could possibly include points deductions in future years then I think you might want to re-evaluate your prediction. There's is turmoil on the horizon but as you well know that turmoil is heading towards Blackburn Rovers at an alarming rate, we can see it, you can see it, but can Venky's see it? I think not. When the sh!t hits the fan next season they will bail out and leave you with your raggy skidmarked underpants around your ankles. And I will be here all the way to laugh and point at your spotty bottom.[/p][/quote]Hi Super, did you notice the return of the "Bubble"? The "Pop" hasn't made an appearance yet though![/p][/quote]I did. Same retard, different day.[/p][/quote]34 years............... ......a truly remarkable statistic[/p][/quote]Once again for the special needs contingent who fail the grasp the comedy in m@sturbating over 7 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss against a rival football team when benefitting from a £100million+ financial advantage over said rival. I present for you Burnley's incredible run against rivals Blackburn Rovers over 14 consecutive league games during a period in both clubs history (BEFORE Jackpot Jack blew his wad) when the playing field was considered level. In 14 consecutive league games Burnley won 10 and drew 2. 06 Oct 1962 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 2-3 02 Apr 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 1-0 01 Oct 1963 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-0 19 Oct 1963 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 10 Oct 1964 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers D 1-1 24 Feb 1965 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-4 09 Oct 1965 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 1-4 01 Jan 1966 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-2 27 Dec 1976 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley D 2-2 08 Apr 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 3-1 26 Dec 1977 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers L 2-3 27 Mar 1978 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 0-1 26 Dec 1978 Burnley v Blackburn Rovers W 2-1 14 Apr 1979 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley W 1-2 That's 10 wins for Burnley in a period when both teams were competing on an equal footing. Makes a complete mockery of the no-dads 7 wins over a 34 year period during which Jack Walker was shamefully conned out of £100 million+, and the clubs didn't even play each other for 29 of those years. A remarkable, unequalled and never to be repeated statistic representing the complete and utter dominance of Burnley Football club in the East Lancs derby. Get back in your box retard.[/p][/quote]jack waker was not shamefully conned out of £100 million jack waker gave us the best stadium in east Lancashire jack waker gave us the best training facilities in east Lancashire jack waker gave us one of the best youth training academys in english football jack waker gave us the original S AS who gave us the the premier league title what are burnley goin'g to do with there cash windfall if it's anything like last time not to much[/p][/quote]Conned or not, I don't for one minute believe he knew just how much he was "investing" given that its well known he spent most of his time away with the fairies. The best stadium in East Lancashire is now a death trap by all accounts and as was recently reported the Riverside stand is likely to be closed amid serious safety concerns. Blackburn Rovers have done enough damage to English football thank you very much, we don't need another disaster to bring us down further. Perhaps if your rupee billionaire owners were to put their hand in their pocket and bring your facilities up to scratch we wouldn't be hearing words such as "liability", "subsidence" and "death trap" associated with one of your stands. Youth academy? What exactly does this fantastic youth academy produce these days? Did you see some of the spankings your youngsters received this season? Didn't you bring in the entire Portuguese youth team last year? Wide of the mark yet again with that one. And yes, Jack Walker gave you the money to buy the players that bought the Premier League title, a title based on nothing other than outspending everyone else around you at that time... £100million in today's money must be more like £500million, so in real terms you outspent the Man CIty and Real Madrid of today combined. Now that's shocking arrogance. I expect that given our healthy balance sheet, zero debt, solid foundations, excellent squad and superb manager, we will invest wisely and surprise more than a few teams and pundits next season on the way to a comfortable position in the Premier League. Which means that at the start of the 2015/16 season we'll be two whole divisions above you debt-ridden clowns. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 2

11:32pm Tue 13 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
This is the definition of giving yourself a reach around.

What an absolute spunkbubble.
I'm sorry, there you go again and I don't understand you?? What is a reach around?? You obviously have more life experience than me. Is it a longside tradition?? Did you get it with your early bird season ticket?? If so, I didn't get one, I think I'll complain see if I can have one too like you. Who did you get it off?? Do they still give them out at the ticket office now the early bird has expired??
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]This is the definition of giving yourself a reach around. What an absolute spunkbubble.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry, there you go again and I don't understand you?? What is a reach around?? You obviously have more life experience than me. Is it a longside tradition?? Did you get it with your early bird season ticket?? If so, I didn't get one, I think I'll complain see if I can have one too like you. Who did you get it off?? Do they still give them out at the ticket office now the early bird has expired?? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -7

1:48am Wed 14 May 14

northernchef says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace. northernchef
  • Score: 2

1:48am Wed 14 May 14

northernchef says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace. northernchef
  • Score: 2

1:48am Wed 14 May 14

northernchef says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace. northernchef
  • Score: 4

2:01am Wed 14 May 14

northernchef says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace. northernchef
  • Score: 8

7:59am Wed 14 May 14

A Darener says...

RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
If you pay I'll carry your luggage.
Only if yours was a one way ticket.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer.[/p][/quote]If you pay I'll carry your luggage.[/p][/quote]Only if yours was a one way ticket. A Darener
  • Score: 0

8:01am Wed 14 May 14

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
If you pay I'll carry your luggage.
Only if yours was a one way ticket.
Deal!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer.[/p][/quote]If you pay I'll carry your luggage.[/p][/quote]Only if yours was a one way ticket.[/p][/quote]Deal! RobH2O
  • Score: 1

8:09am Wed 14 May 14

A Darener says...

RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
If you pay I'll carry your luggage.
Only if yours was a one way ticket.
Deal!
I hope you will like North Korea.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer.[/p][/quote]If you pay I'll carry your luggage.[/p][/quote]Only if yours was a one way ticket.[/p][/quote]Deal![/p][/quote]I hope you will like North Korea. A Darener
  • Score: 0

8:45am Wed 14 May 14

RobH2O says...

A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
A Darener wrote:
To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad!
I think I will emigrate for the summer.
If you pay I'll carry your luggage.
Only if yours was a one way ticket.
Deal!
I hope you will like North Korea.
I'll struggle but as Rovers fan you'll feel right at home!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: To think we have until the start of next season to put up with this inane tooing and froing of my dad's bigger than your dad! I think I will emigrate for the summer.[/p][/quote]If you pay I'll carry your luggage.[/p][/quote]Only if yours was a one way ticket.[/p][/quote]Deal![/p][/quote]I hope you will like North Korea.[/p][/quote]I'll struggle but as Rovers fan you'll feel right at home! RobH2O
  • Score: 0

12:11pm Wed 14 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

northernchef wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble.

Future turmoil beckons……….
It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed
Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.
Wow we have reached new depths when suffering from Alzheimers its best not to join a forum for fear of repeating yourself
Its best not to join a forum for fear of repeating yourself.
And he calls me a moron. Priceless
[quote][p][bold]northernchef[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Look, you might not like what you read but at the end of the day there are two viewpoints to every story. ‘Success’ (ie second place in the second tier) has been brought about by circumstance – the foundations Howe put in place followed quite fortuitously by Dyche. Howe moved on and it’s hard to see how Dyche will be around more than 18months, even if you just consider typical lengths of service of managers, never mind if any established Premier League clubs come sniffing or indeed if he’s any good when the chips are down and falls on his sword. The step up to the Premier League and unavoidable step back down stretches a club of Burnley’s small stature to the limit. While others are revelling in glory days, I can only see a risk to the club of this short term bubble. Future turmoil beckons……….[/p][/quote]It seems that I, like you, have grasped this concept of Burnley stumbling on a championship winning formula by chance Tom. The only chance we will have of staying up is if we bring in 5 or 6 world class players using all 120 million otherwise its curtains. Take a closer look at our team and we have Jones who couldn't get a game at Wigan and Kightly who is surplus at sunderland. The only players who would get in a prem team are ings trips and vokes, all the rest are just making up the numbers. I can see ings lasting until the first transfer window, unless he dries up like nugent did when he was in the prem. All in all we look doomed[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths haven't we. The ''insane one'' as he should be known has started commenting on his own comments well done you moron. Look at it this way. Jones has been one of the best players in the championship this season and if I was a Blackburn fan I would be gutted that the board hadn't got him in the team before Burnley. So after that lets take a closer look at your team. Robinson cracking keeper, how long has he got left in the tank? Rhodes a great striker, do you need to sell him soon to scrape some money into your pot? Then we get to good old David Dunn, no one can argue against the fact that he has been one of your greatest players however he lives and breathes for that 90 minutes against Burnley and as we won't play you for a while he will be using a Zimmer frame the next time we meet. So before you come onto a Burnley thread, talking nonsense to yourself in front of us consider the fact that your team is close to imploding and then please p!ss off and leave us in peace.[/p][/quote]Wow we have reached new depths when suffering from Alzheimers its best not to join a forum for fear of repeating yourself Its best not to join a forum for fear of repeating yourself. And he calls me a moron. Priceless AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -1

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