Defender Trippier hopes to catch the England eye in Premier League

Kieran Trippier

Kieran Trippier

First published in Sport Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Burnley FC reporter

KIERAN Trippier hopes playing Premier League football with Burnley will influence his international ambitions.

The right back last week gave a boost to Clarets fans by penning a new three-year deal, after playing a big part in the promotion push.

As well as a runners-up medal, Trippier celebrated the end of the season with recognition from his peers, earning his place in the PFA Championship team of the year.

Now he is looking to take the next step in his career. And although his priority is to help Burnley progress in the top flight, another aim is to add to his England Under 21 caps with full international honours.

“I want us to do well and stay in the Premier League. I want to be a Premier League player and stay there as long as I can.

“That means doing well next year and the year after and hopefully even catch the England manager’s eye,” said the 23-year-old.

“It’s every player’s dream to play for England one day and hopefully I can start the new season brightly and perhaps get the nod.

“There’s a lot of competition there, but this is my first season in the Premier League and hopefully I can show everyone that I can handle it and do well for the club.

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“We all hope it’s going to be a successful season. That’s what everybody wants for the club and I can’t wait for the fixtures to come out and be playing against the best players and best teams in the world. That’s a great feeling for me personally and great for Burnley.”

A product of Manchester City’s youth team, Trippier left the Etihad at the age of 20 after finding first team opportunities hard to come by.

He was first signed by Eddie Howe on loan initially in the pre-season of 2011, but the move was made permanent the following January.

Trippier was about to head into the last year of that three-and-a-half year contract, but said he was delighted to extend his time at Turf Moor, and revealed manager Sean Dyche was a big factor in his decision to commit to the club.

“I always wanted to stay,” he said.

“I spoke to my family and I have all my mates here, but most importantly the staff, who have done a lot for me in the last 18 months, so they are a big reason, along with working under a manager who has had a big impact on my career since he has been here. He’s the main reason why I’m staying.

“I’m delighted and I’m happy to put pen to paper and look forward to the Premier League.

“I’m excited to get to pre-season now, kick-on with the boys and regroup and hopefully do well in the Premier League.”

Meanwhile, long-serving defender Michael Duff remains in talks over his offer of a new one-year contract.

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9:21am Tue 3 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

A Burnley FC player with true England potential. I'm sure he will soon get the international recognition he deserves with a call up to the first team. A top class player and a real sign of our progress over recent seasons that he's chosen to extend his stay at Turf Moor.
A Burnley FC player with true England potential. I'm sure he will soon get the international recognition he deserves with a call up to the first team. A top class player and a real sign of our progress over recent seasons that he's chosen to extend his stay at Turf Moor. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 12

10:06am Tue 3 Jun 14

Nick BRFC says...

He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself. Nick BRFC
  • Score: -5

10:56am Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
[quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it. RobH2O
  • Score: 10

10:59am Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Quick thought. I feel sorry for Ben Mee. He would be talked of in very glowing terms if not in the same side as Tripps. A very good left full back, converted from a central defender. Late developer and a smashing prospect.
Quick thought. I feel sorry for Ben Mee. He would be talked of in very glowing terms if not in the same side as Tripps. A very good left full back, converted from a central defender. Late developer and a smashing prospect. RobH2O
  • Score: 10

11:02am Tue 3 Jun 14

Dublin Claret says...

Very talented, but a long way to go yet.
Very talented, but a long way to go yet. Dublin Claret
  • Score: 14

11:58am Tue 3 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
[quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 0

1:09pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

I think once he moves to a bigger club like Hull or Leicester City or even someone like Cardiff or Wigan.

Anyway I think he's a much better defender than any others, in fact he's the best defender in the World I reckon.

Good work Burnley keep up the good work.

Love you all and enjoy your day boys
I think once he moves to a bigger club like Hull or Leicester City or even someone like Cardiff or Wigan. Anyway I think he's a much better defender than any others, in fact he's the best defender in the World I reckon. Good work Burnley keep up the good work. Love you all and enjoy your day boys Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -8

1:12pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road Ewoodlegend
  • Score: 11

1:30pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
Bell seepage, drivel and ouse.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road[/p][/quote]Bell seepage, drivel and ouse. RobH2O
  • Score: -1

1:55pm Tue 3 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
They are not England, still the summit of the British isles countries. Thus lower grade. Thus your wrong yet again you utter waste of space and air.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road[/p][/quote]They are not England, still the summit of the British isles countries. Thus lower grade. Thus your wrong yet again you utter waste of space and air. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 0

2:29pm Tue 3 Jun 14

A Darener says...

What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something?
What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something? A Darener
  • Score: 0

3:24pm Tue 3 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
that is a joke - right?

and you talk about rovers specs - think you might find the quality of opposition slightly higher in the premier league versus other players that trippier has come up against.

not saying trippier is a garbage player - but best attacking full-back in British Isles! - now that is funny.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]that is a joke - right? and you talk about rovers specs - think you might find the quality of opposition slightly higher in the premier league versus other players that trippier has come up against. not saying trippier is a garbage player - but best attacking full-back in British Isles! - now that is funny. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 0

4:31pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Steven Seagull says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
Rhodes cant even make it through the first training session for Scotland let alone get onto the pitch.
Yet he miraculously recovers in time for the next no dad fixture.

He's hardly an international. And after Hanley's performance against Nigeria i doubt he'll ever play international football again.

A shambles and a joke through and through.
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road[/p][/quote]Rhodes cant even make it through the first training session for Scotland let alone get onto the pitch. Yet he miraculously recovers in time for the next no dad fixture. He's hardly an international. And after Hanley's performance against Nigeria i doubt he'll ever play international football again. A shambles and a joke through and through. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

4:35pm Tue 3 Jun 14

owd nick says...

RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have, owd nick
  • Score: 0

5:49pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

owd nick wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him!

I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it.

The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive.

I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,[/p][/quote]If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him! I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it. The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive. I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -1

5:53pm Tue 3 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
owd nick wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him!

I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it.

The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive.

I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.
idiot
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,[/p][/quote]If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him! I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it. The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive. I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.[/p][/quote]idiot hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 0

7:06pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Scamp Kingsley says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
that is a joke - right?

and you talk about rovers specs - think you might find the quality of opposition slightly higher in the premier league versus other players that trippier has come up against.

not saying trippier is a garbage player - but best attacking full-back in British Isles! - now that is funny.
Well Muppet name a better Right back who qualifies to play for England bar the current incumbent glen johnson?
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]that is a joke - right? and you talk about rovers specs - think you might find the quality of opposition slightly higher in the premier league versus other players that trippier has come up against. not saying trippier is a garbage player - but best attacking full-back in British Isles! - now that is funny.[/p][/quote]Well Muppet name a better Right back who qualifies to play for England bar the current incumbent glen johnson? Scamp Kingsley
  • Score: 0

7:24pm Tue 3 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

A Darener wrote:
What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something?
Within the context of the home nations, they have had the highest positional rating for nearly 60 years. I did qualify the geographical element. And I was sat at home in Bentham Ave Burnley with my Mum and Dad in the summer of 1966 watching them on telly! Black and white 410 lines.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something?[/p][/quote]Within the context of the home nations, they have had the highest positional rating for nearly 60 years. I did qualify the geographical element. And I was sat at home in Bentham Ave Burnley with my Mum and Dad in the summer of 1966 watching them on telly! Black and white 410 lines. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: 4

7:45pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Crazy times says...

There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best. Crazy times
  • Score: -5

8:15pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -3

8:16pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
owd nick wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him!

I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it.

The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive.

I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,[/p][/quote]If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him! I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it. The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive. I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.[/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -10

8:16pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

RobH2O wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
Bell seepage, drivel and ouse.
NH2
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road[/p][/quote]Bell seepage, drivel and ouse.[/p][/quote]NH2 Old age pensioner
  • Score: -4

8:17pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
Ewoodlegend wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad?

I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country.

We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him.

If only you had players of such quality.
Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players

Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road
Rhodes cant even make it through the first training session for Scotland let alone get onto the pitch.
Yet he miraculously recovers in time for the next no dad fixture.

He's hardly an international. And after Hanley's performance against Nigeria i doubt he'll ever play international football again.

A shambles and a joke through and through.
NH3
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Perhaps that's because you're a bitter no-dad? I expect if Trippier had just agreed a 3 year contract at Blackburn Rovers and was about to make the step up to the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers that these pages would be festooned with arrogant no-dad waffle about him being the best full back in the country. We simply believe he has the potential to represent his country at the top level in the near future, the stand-out full-back in the Championship for the last two seasons with his best years ahead of him. If only you had players of such quality.[/p][/quote]Oh sure I keep forgetting that Hanley, Cairney, Evans, Rhodes, King etc are not international players Be good boys and remember to look both ways when crossing the road[/p][/quote]Rhodes cant even make it through the first training session for Scotland let alone get onto the pitch. Yet he miraculously recovers in time for the next no dad fixture. He's hardly an international. And after Hanley's performance against Nigeria i doubt he'll ever play international football again. A shambles and a joke through and through.[/p][/quote]NH3 Old age pensioner
  • Score: -4

8:34pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Old age pensioner
Come on you piece of Care Home Candy, have the strength of your convictions and chuck abbreviations away; quit this NH business and go whole-word. Its one of your five a day you constipated old git!

And we all know its KH really you old flat fat head.
Old age pensioner Come on you piece of Care Home Candy, have the strength of your convictions and chuck abbreviations away; quit this NH business and go whole-word. Its one of your five a day you constipated old git! And we all know its KH really you old flat fat head. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

8:40pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
[quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

8:42pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom's_Psychi
atrist
wrote:
A Darener wrote:
What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something?
Within the context of the home nations, they have had the highest positional rating for nearly 60 years. I did qualify the geographical element. And I was sat at home in Bentham Ave Burnley with my Mum and Dad in the summer of 1966 watching them on telly! Black and white 410 lines.
What?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom's_Psychi atrist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What makes England so special? Where you around last time they won something?[/p][/quote]Within the context of the home nations, they have had the highest positional rating for nearly 60 years. I did qualify the geographical element. And I was sat at home in Bentham Ave Burnley with my Mum and Dad in the summer of 1966 watching them on telly! Black and white 410 lines.[/p][/quote]What? RobH2O
  • Score: 0

8:47pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

owd nick wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
Two separate points you've intertwined here Nick. The number of quality players we will need to survive and the standard of Trippier.

We need to bring in five new players of quality; 2 defenders, 2 midfielders and a forward (some argue a back-up keeper too).

Trippier is absolutely superb. Watch him play - awesome. Been around. seen many over the years. This lad is truly the real deal.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,[/p][/quote]Two separate points you've intertwined here Nick. The number of quality players we will need to survive and the standard of Trippier. We need to bring in five new players of quality; 2 defenders, 2 midfielders and a forward (some argue a back-up keeper too). Trippier is absolutely superb. Watch him play - awesome. Been around. seen many over the years. This lad is truly the real deal. RobH2O
  • Score: 3

9:26pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Crazy times says...

RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy.[/p][/quote]I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go. Crazy times
  • Score: -2

10:36pm Tue 3 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Crazy times wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go.
Would be favoured by Hodgson? Why are many folk who come on here so ruddy massively into the Prediction Business? Where do they get the notion that they are good at it? If they were, they'd all be multi-bloody-million
aires and banned from every bookies in the land.
[quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy.[/p][/quote]I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go.[/p][/quote]Would be favoured by Hodgson? Why are many folk who come on here so ruddy massively into the Prediction Business? Where do they get the notion that they are good at it? If they were, they'd all be multi-bloody-million aires and banned from every bookies in the land. RobH2O
  • Score: 2

10:55pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Crazy times says...

RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go.
Would be favoured by Hodgson? Why are many folk who come on here so ruddy massively into the Prediction Business? Where do they get the notion that they are good at it? If they were, they'd all be multi-bloody-million

aires and banned from every bookies in the land.
Please accept my apologies, I am not a wind up or an expert. Don't get me wrong, Trippier is a good player and could go on to establish himself as a future England full back, if he does then great for burnley and England. But in my opinion these 5 would be ahead of Trippier at the moment and as he has limited premiership experience, no full caps or squad call ups that feels about right.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy.[/p][/quote]I rest my case. Only 2 are natural right backs but all would be favoured by Hodgson over Trippier. A decent player but a long way to go.[/p][/quote]Would be favoured by Hodgson? Why are many folk who come on here so ruddy massively into the Prediction Business? Where do they get the notion that they are good at it? If they were, they'd all be multi-bloody-million aires and banned from every bookies in the land.[/p][/quote]Please accept my apologies, I am not a wind up or an expert. Don't get me wrong, Trippier is a good player and could go on to establish himself as a future England full back, if he does then great for burnley and England. But in my opinion these 5 would be ahead of Trippier at the moment and as he has limited premiership experience, no full caps or squad call ups that feels about right. Crazy times
  • Score: 0

11:21pm Tue 3 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
owd nick wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Nick BRFC wrote:
He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.
Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.
Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol.

Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right.

He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,
If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him!

I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it.

The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive.

I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.
Actually I don't give a flying feck if he signs or not to be honest, I don't have an all consuming need to comment on Burnley that you do regarding Rovers for around 16 hours a day.

All I do is dip my toe in the water now and then to wind up plonkers like you, with your 15 identities.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick BRFC[/bold] wrote: He is a talented player but any ambition of playing for england should be put to one side and lets actually see if he can cut it in the premier league first. Can't quite see it myself.[/p][/quote]Best attacking fullback in the British Isles. Take your Rovers specs off and you'll see it.[/p][/quote]Come on Rob you need to take the claret and blue specs off before you come out with a crack like that. lol. Tell you what, if Trippier is as good as you think he is and is terrorising PL defenses in the way you expect him to up to and by Christmas I will be the first to hold my hand up and say you are right. He's a good player, doesn't lack for skill, effort and application, but the PL is a whole new ball game and just to survive by finishing 17th you will need at least 15 players of his quality, not the 3 or 4 you currently have,[/p][/quote]If this is the case then why were you and the rest of the clowns on here getting yourselves all worked up about the thought of him not signing a new contract at Burnley? You were desperate for us to lose him! I can guarantee one thing, if Trippier hadn't signed and had moved to another Premier League club, you fools would have been hailing him as the best English fullback bar none. Trippier is Premier League quality and you know it. The fact is it SICKENS you that we have players of such ability when you ridicule your own... Adam Henley anyone? And what makes it worse for you is that we now have the financial standing to retain our better players, while your shambles of a club is forced to sell to survive. I suggest one or two of you wind those necks back in and accept that we are a Premier League club and you retards remain Chumpionship at best, with a real chance of another GLORIOUS relegation on the cards once FFP turns you inside out over the next season.[/p][/quote]Actually I don't give a flying feck if he signs or not to be honest, I don't have an all consuming need to comment on Burnley that you do regarding Rovers for around 16 hours a day. All I do is dip my toe in the water now and then to wind up plonkers like you, with your 15 identities. owd nick
  • Score: 0

8:16am Wed 4 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Trippier will do a job in the PL, whether he's good enough for England is another matter. City got shut for a reason and we are about to find out why. He'll probably be better off at a bigger club first. Just hope we get lots of cash for him.
Trippier will do a job in the PL, whether he's good enough for England is another matter. City got shut for a reason and we are about to find out why. He'll probably be better off at a bigger club first. Just hope we get lots of cash for him. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

8:57am Wed 4 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I can see Tripps handing in a transfer request when he gets wind that Dyche and Ings want out.
I can see Tripps handing in a transfer request when he gets wind that Dyche and Ings want out. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

9:46am Wed 4 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
I can see Tripps handing in a transfer request when he gets wind that Dyche and Ings want out.
Prediction central
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: I can see Tripps handing in a transfer request when he gets wind that Dyche and Ings want out.[/p][/quote]Prediction central RobH2O
  • Score: 8

11:27am Wed 4 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

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  • Score: 0

2:47pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Ewoodlegend says...

RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
Flanagan is actually a right back who was playing out of position at left back. Do your homework.....oh yeah you didn't attend school so you wont know what that is
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy.[/p][/quote]Flanagan is actually a right back who was playing out of position at left back. Do your homework.....oh yeah you didn't attend school so you wont know what that is Ewoodlegend
  • Score: -3

8:51pm Wed 4 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Ewoodlegend wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Crazy times wrote:
There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt)
Jones - Man United
Smalling - Man United
Flannagan - Liverpool
Jenkinson - Arsenal
Walker - Spurs
He has a few to pass to be England's best.
Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe!

Trippier is the daddy.
Flanagan is actually a right back who was playing out of position at left back. Do your homework.....oh yeah you didn't attend school so you wont know what that is
Dribble, drool etc
[quote][p][bold]Ewoodlegend[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Crazy times[/bold] wrote: There are probably at least 5 that Roy Hodgson would pick over Trippier at Right back (not including Johnson who currently has the shirt) Jones - Man United Smalling - Man United Flannagan - Liverpool Jenkinson - Arsenal Walker - Spurs He has a few to pass to be England's best.[/p][/quote]Flanagan's a left back. Jones and Smalling central defenders out of position at fullback, Walker and Jenkinson - you are haven' a giraffe! Trippier is the daddy.[/p][/quote]Flanagan is actually a right back who was playing out of position at left back. Do your homework.....oh yeah you didn't attend school so you wont know what that is[/p][/quote]Dribble, drool etc RobH2O
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