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Dyche leaves Turf door open for Baird

Lancashire Telegraph: Chris Baird Chris Baird

BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche has left the door open for Chris Baird to return to Turf Moor, and the Premier League, next season.

The Northern Ireland international was signed as free transfer in March until the end of the season as the Clarets’ squad was hit by injuries and suspensions in the promotion run-in.

Although Baird’s original contract with the club has come to an end, Dyche hopes they have not seen the last of him in a claret and blue shirt.

But the Burnley boss says the decision will be left with the defender, who has spent most of his domestic career in southern England.

“His situation is ongoing,” said Dyche. “His is purely a lifestyle choice. He has been based down south for a long time. He knows that we’re interested in having him with us.

“As you can imagine he’s been in the Premier League a long time, his would not be a financial decision, his would be a family decision - for the right reasons by the way.

“I don’t have to convince anyone, you’ve all seen what he can do, the fans have seen what he can do – he’s a very solid, very reliable, very good professional footballer.

“But he is old enough and wise enough to know it (the move) has to fit his life as well.

“That’s just an ongoing thing just to say ‘go and have a chat with the family, have a holiday etc’, but he’s certainly one we’d look at keeping.”

Dyche said a definitive contract offer had not been made to Baird, but the Irishman was fully aware of Burnley’s interests in retaining his services.

“We haven’t got to that stage yet,” said the Clarets boss when asked if an offer had been made.

“He’s having a family holiday now just to decide what he thinks.

“When he gets back he will be speaking to me about the future.”

Dyche’s March move for Baird was another example of the Burnley manager’s shrewd work in the transfer market.

The former Southampton star had not played a competitive game since November, but Dyche did not see his lack of recent match action as a problem.

“It was a question mark for everyone because he hadn’t been playing, but I’d played with him and I knew what he was like as a character, as a player and as a pro,” said the Clarets boss.

“He did fantastically well and fitted in hand in glove.

“When he played at Charlton he hadn’t played for about 11 weeks.

“He looks after himself and knows the game.

“He’s a very good professional footballer. You don’t play in the Premier League for that long unless you’re a good player.”

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9:23am Wed 21 May 14

Dublin Claret says...

Certainly welcome the lad on board, yet another smart piece of business by Sean.
Certainly welcome the lad on board, yet another smart piece of business by Sean. Dublin Claret
  • Score: 9

9:40am Wed 21 May 14

MikeMada says...

Important to let him make his own decision. Great to have him onboard as he can certainly do a job. Hit the ground running for us perfectly.
Important to let him make his own decision. Great to have him onboard as he can certainly do a job. Hit the ground running for us perfectly. MikeMada
  • Score: 9

9:53am Wed 21 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Baird would represent a solid dependable signing for the Premier League, I hope he decides to re-join us.
Baird would represent a solid dependable signing for the Premier League, I hope he decides to re-join us. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 8

10:02am Wed 21 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

I have heard he has a family problem that may prevent him moving North permanently, which would be a shame.
I have heard he has a family problem that may prevent him moving North permanently, which would be a shame. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 6

10:19am Wed 21 May 14

BelTower says...

I not sure, but doesn't SD still live down south-Can he not give him a lift?
I not sure, but doesn't SD still live down south-Can he not give him a lift? BelTower
  • Score: -5

11:06am Wed 21 May 14

RobH2O says...

BelTower wrote:
I not sure, but doesn't SD still live down south-Can he not give him a lift?
Dyche lives in Kettering is Northamptonshire - the East Midlands.
[quote][p][bold]BelTower[/bold] wrote: I not sure, but doesn't SD still live down south-Can he not give him a lift?[/p][/quote]Dyche lives in Kettering is Northamptonshire - the East Midlands. RobH2O
  • Score: 5

11:49am Wed 21 May 14

houseclaret says...

MikeMada wrote:
Important to let him make his own decision. Great to have him onboard as he can certainly do a job. Hit the ground running for us perfectly.
Agree entirely. We only want players who want to play for the club. I've watched too many so-called superstars over the years join a club then swan around on the pitch glorying in their own magnificence without worrying too much about what is going on in the game or what their team mates are doing. We want good, high-quality grafters, decent players who are willing to sweat blood for the club. Baird came to us and came into the team at it's most vulnerable due to vital injuries and slotted into the team like he'd been playing there for a year. Excellent man to have.
[quote][p][bold]MikeMada[/bold] wrote: Important to let him make his own decision. Great to have him onboard as he can certainly do a job. Hit the ground running for us perfectly.[/p][/quote]Agree entirely. We only want players who want to play for the club. I've watched too many so-called superstars over the years join a club then swan around on the pitch glorying in their own magnificence without worrying too much about what is going on in the game or what their team mates are doing. We want good, high-quality grafters, decent players who are willing to sweat blood for the club. Baird came to us and came into the team at it's most vulnerable due to vital injuries and slotted into the team like he'd been playing there for a year. Excellent man to have. houseclaret
  • Score: 4

12:51pm Wed 21 May 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Come on in the back door- apologies it's covered in ginger hair, but welcome.

The only players you can now attract are OAP's hahaha 32 soon to be 33 oh dear a replacement for Mr Trippier I hear................
.......
Come on in the back door- apologies it's covered in ginger hair, but welcome. The only players you can now attract are OAP's hahaha 32 soon to be 33 oh dear a replacement for Mr Trippier I hear................ ....... Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -13

12:57pm Wed 21 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.
We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

1:02pm Wed 21 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Come on in the back door- apologies it's covered in ginger hair, but welcome.

The only players you can now attract are OAP's hahaha 32 soon to be 33 oh dear a replacement for Mr Trippier I hear................

.......
Really?

Tell me who was your best player and your only creative outlet during your successful (lol) season? Was it that fat as **** 34 year old David 'I cried after the Burnley game' Dunn?

Chris Baird is an excellent Premier League player - tell me, who do Blackburn have as right back? is it that absolute slow slug Jason Lowe? pmsl, yeah you keep laughing at Burnley's Premier League problems, it helps you to deflect from your impeding implosion at Deadwood.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: Come on in the back door- apologies it's covered in ginger hair, but welcome. The only players you can now attract are OAP's hahaha 32 soon to be 33 oh dear a replacement for Mr Trippier I hear................ .......[/p][/quote]Really? Tell me who was your best player and your only creative outlet during your successful (lol) season? Was it that fat as **** 34 year old David 'I cried after the Burnley game' Dunn? Chris Baird is an excellent Premier League player - tell me, who do Blackburn have as right back? is it that absolute slow slug Jason Lowe? pmsl, yeah you keep laughing at Burnley's Premier League problems, it helps you to deflect from your impeding implosion at Deadwood. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

1:11pm Wed 21 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.
Who wants to leave?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.[/p][/quote]Who wants to leave? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 3

1:37pm Wed 21 May 14

houseclaret says...

Hey, Charlie, no-one wants to leave because next season we will be in the premier league. Unlike a certain Mr Rhodes who won't (unless he leaves the sinking ship).
Incidentally try not to reply to the schizophrenic one, it only encourages his illness.
Hey, Charlie, no-one wants to leave because next season we will be in the premier league. Unlike a certain Mr Rhodes who won't (unless he leaves the sinking ship). Incidentally try not to reply to the schizophrenic one, it only encourages his illness. houseclaret
  • Score: 4

2:04pm Wed 21 May 14

Super_Clarets says...

Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn.

Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC.

Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.
Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn. Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC. Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 9

4:07pm Wed 21 May 14

noddy57 says...

l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,
,Adios Amigos.
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos. noddy57
  • Score: -6

4:07pm Wed 21 May 14

noddy57 says...

l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,
,Adios Amigos.
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos. noddy57
  • Score: -6

4:12pm Wed 21 May 14

houseclaret says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn.

Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC.

Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.
Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)?
Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn. Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC. Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.[/p][/quote]Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)? Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair. houseclaret
  • Score: 1

4:54pm Wed 21 May 14

RobH2O says...

houseclaret wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn.

Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC.

Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.
Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)?
Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair.
Roll out the barrel!
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn. Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC. Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.[/p][/quote]Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)? Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair.[/p][/quote]Roll out the barrel! RobH2O
  • Score: 2

4:57pm Wed 21 May 14

houseclaret says...

noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,

,Adios Amigos.
Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened?
I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood.
Spiritual home??? Get a life!!!
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened? I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood. Spiritual home??? Get a life!!! houseclaret
  • Score: 6

5:00pm Wed 21 May 14

RobH2O says...

noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,

,Adios Amigos.
You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail .
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail . RobH2O
  • Score: 6

5:07pm Wed 21 May 14

houseclaret says...

RobH2O wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn.

Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC.

Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.
Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)?
Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair.
Roll out the barrel!
He wanted to be a Sumo wrestler but he tipped the scales at "excessive".
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Speaking of no-dads, just heard that as a result of Gary Bowyer's India trip he has been ordered to move on the older players and as such it's likely to be farewell to David "tiny tears" Dunn. Poor old Dunny will be sobbing when he finds out they've pulled the plug on his little 7 games a season scam. But at least he can retire knowing that he was a member of the 2014 team that got beat at Ewood Park by Burnley FC. Keep looking up Dunny, you big sweaty lump.[/p][/quote]Come on Super, there's no need to be "fattist". The poor little dump truck won't have job come summer and he doesn't need people like you taking the Mick out of him because he's a little on the portly side. I do believe though that he has found a way of augmenting his diminishing income by auditioning as an Oompa Loompa in the next stage presentation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (or is it the role of the greedy fat lad)? Anyway, leave him alone, it's not fair.[/p][/quote]Roll out the barrel![/p][/quote]He wanted to be a Sumo wrestler but he tipped the scales at "excessive". houseclaret
  • Score: 2

5:15pm Wed 21 May 14

McClaret says...

Never forget his 'Trick' at Birmingham. Sent tremors through the west Midlands and beyond
Never forget his 'Trick' at Birmingham. Sent tremors through the west Midlands and beyond McClaret
  • Score: 1

6:47pm Wed 21 May 14

FCBurnley says...

houseclaret wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,


,Adios Amigos.
Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened?
I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood.
Spiritual home??? Get a life!!!
Or as Sir Alex said `Blackburn Who ? `
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened? I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood. Spiritual home??? Get a life!!![/p][/quote]Or as Sir Alex said `Blackburn Who ? ` FCBurnley
  • Score: 2

11:50pm Wed 21 May 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.
Who wants to leave?
Baird
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.[/p][/quote]Who wants to leave?[/p][/quote]Baird AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -2

7:33am Thu 22 May 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.
Who wants to leave?
Baird
Wrong. He has yet to decide.

Loser
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.[/p][/quote]Who wants to leave?[/p][/quote]Baird[/p][/quote]Wrong. He has yet to decide. Loser RobH2O
  • Score: 1

10:42am Thu 22 May 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.
Who wants to leave?
Baird
How can he leave when he was signed on a short term contract until the end of the season.

He has already left you dick.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: We must sign some world class players if we want to stay up. Tell you the truth, I'm glad he wants to leave it leaves a space for someone better than another free agent.[/p][/quote]Who wants to leave?[/p][/quote]Baird[/p][/quote]How can he leave when he was signed on a short term contract until the end of the season. He has already left you dick. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 6

7:21pm Thu 22 May 14

noddy57 says...

houseclaret wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,


,Adios Amigos.
Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened?
I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood.
Spiritual home??? Get a life!!!
Yet another deluded fool,Looking forward to Seeing you back were you belong,in your spiritual home,
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]Spiritual home. That's good for a laugh. You spent a few years in the top flight, punching above your weight, thanks to Jack Walkers money and the subsequent legacy of prem money due to having been there. Prior to the Walker years you hadn't had a sniff of top flight football in decades. We, on the other hand, spent 24 consecutive years in the top flight with no financial input from anyone. When did you last achieve that? Has it ever happened? I remember a very embarrassing situation a few years ago when Rovers fans became so arrogant over their status that many of you started saying that Man United, not Burnley, were your fiercest rivals. The response from United fans was brief and unequivocal, they simply said, "No we're not, we couldn't care less about Rovers". This was in a United fanzine, the article went on to say that they had more respect for Burnley, a similar sized club that would at least fill the away section at OT and wouldn't sell there own tickets to United fans at Ewood. Spiritual home??? Get a life!!![/p][/quote]Yet another deluded fool,Looking forward to Seeing you back were you belong,in your spiritual home, noddy57
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7:28pm Thu 22 May 14

noddy57 says...

RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,


,Adios Amigos.
You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail .
when will you **** for brains finally get the message ? you are totally deluded if you really think your team will last more than one season in the premiership, There is more chance of Santa Claus getting stuck coming down your chimney.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail .[/p][/quote]when will you **** for brains finally get the message ? you are totally deluded if you really think your team will last more than one season in the premiership, There is more chance of Santa Claus getting stuck coming down your chimney. noddy57
  • Score: -3

7:55pm Thu 22 May 14

RobH2O says...

noddy57 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,,



,Adios Amigos.
You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail .
when will you **** for brains finally get the message ? you are totally deluded if you really think your team will last more than one season in the premiership, There is more chance of Santa Claus getting stuck coming down your chimney.
Another prediction specialist driven by loathing and logic. Go suck it up grease ball.
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: l would not call these signings good by any stretch of the imagination ,you really do need to up your game if you are to even compete with the big boys.l cannot wait to witness your tragic fall from grace and back down to earth with a bang while at the same time enjoying our return to our spiritual home THE PREMIERSHIP.,,,,,,,, ,Adios Amigos.[/p][/quote]You've not got an imagination to stretch you dumb ducker. This guy is provenly a Prem player and he has also played his part in a promotion-to-the Prem squad just weeks ago. And he's rated by a manager who has the edge on you when it comes to football knowledge, you dangling entrail .[/p][/quote]when will you **** for brains finally get the message ? you are totally deluded if you really think your team will last more than one season in the premiership, There is more chance of Santa Claus getting stuck coming down your chimney.[/p][/quote]Another prediction specialist driven by loathing and logic. Go suck it up grease ball. RobH2O
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