Clarets maintain interest in defender Dawson

Craig Dawson

Craig Dawson

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

BURNLEY are expected to persist in their attempts to sign West Brom’s Craig Dawson – with the centre back keen to leave the Hawthorns.

The Clarets are understood to have had a bid rejected for Dawson, thought to have been in the region of £1m.

West Brom insist they do not want to sell Dawson but the 24-year-old is believed to be interested in a potential move to Turf Moor after hearing of Burnley’s interest.

Dawson, who hails from Rochdale and played for Oswaldtwistle St Mary’s as a junior, has grown increasingly frustrated with a lack of game time during four years with the Baggies.

A number of clubs – including fellow promoted sides Leicester and QPR as well as a range of sides in the Championship – are thought to be monitoring developments.

But the chance to be part of Sean Dyche’s revolution at Turf Moor could be tempting for Dawson, with the boss gaining admiration around the country for the job he has done with the Clarets.

Burnley, however, would have to increase their offer to coax West Brom into a deal.

Dyche is eager to bring in a central defender this summer, although 36-year-old Michael Duff has also been offered a new deal with the club.

Dawson is well known to Clarets head of recruitment Lee Darnbrough, who previously worked for West Brom.

The West Midlands club are currently without a manager following the exit of Pepe Mel and the choice of their next boss could yet affect their stance on Dawson.

But they are looking to bring in a head coach rather than a traditional boss, so other members of the club hierarchy are expected to retain a major say in which players remain at the Hawthorns.

Dawson joined West Brom from Rochdale in 2010 but has made only 17 league starts in four seasons with the Baggies and is desperate for regular football.

He represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games and then had a successful loan spell with Bolton in the Championship during the second half of the 2012/13 campaign.

That was followed by featuring for England at the European Under 21 Championships in Israel that summer.

West Brom decided that they wanted to bring Dawson back into their squad and the defender started eight of their last 10 games of the 2013/14 season.

But by then he had grown deeply disappointed at having to wait until Boxing Day for his first league appearance of the season, and is thought to still have concerns about whether he will feature regularly next term at the Hawthorns.

Burnley had also been tracking out-of-contact Hull City striker Matty Fryatt but the 28-year-old was last night completing a move to Nottingham Forest.

Birmingham City are reported to be in talks with David Edgar after the Canadian was released by the Clarets last month.

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9:24am Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

A couple of Baggies lads I know says he's Bekanbauer one minute and Freddy Shinbone of the Conference the next. Risky but perhaps the Dyche development magic can come to the fore. COYC
A couple of Baggies lads I know says he's Bekanbauer one minute and Freddy Shinbone of the Conference the next. Risky but perhaps the Dyche development magic can come to the fore. COYC RobH2O
  • Score: 7

9:25am Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Worried about Dawson. A couple of Baggies lads I know say that he's either Bekanbauer or Freddy
Worried about Dawson. A couple of Baggies lads I know say that he's either Bekanbauer or Freddy RobH2O
  • Score: 3

9:43am Tue 10 Jun 14

claret777 says...

How come you didn't know we were intersted in him but now say the player is 'interested' in a move to Turf Moor ? Total guess work springs to mind.
How come you didn't know we were intersted in him but now say the player is 'interested' in a move to Turf Moor ? Total guess work springs to mind. claret777
  • Score: 6

10:08am Tue 10 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

"But the chance to be part of Sean Dyche’s revolution at Turf Moor could be tempting for Dawson"

When did he storm the Bastille ?

You couldn't make it up
"But the chance to be part of Sean Dyche’s revolution at Turf Moor could be tempting for Dawson" When did he storm the Bastille ? You couldn't make it up Rovers 1495
  • Score: -2

10:15am Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

10:38am Tue 10 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
If 'we' sign him?

He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer.

You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours.

Shame.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]If 'we' sign him? He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer. You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours. Shame. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 10

10:41am Tue 10 Jun 14

u owe u owe says...

1495 Couldn't make it up? With phrases like 'reported' 'thought' and 'believed'! Edgar on honeymoon yet in talks with Birmingham, its all made up!
1495 Couldn't make it up? With phrases like 'reported' 'thought' and 'believed'! Edgar on honeymoon yet in talks with Birmingham, its all made up! u owe u owe
  • Score: 8

10:55am Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
If 'we' sign him?

He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer.

You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours.

Shame.
I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]If 'we' sign him? He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer. You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours. Shame.[/p][/quote]I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -17

10:56am Tue 10 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself.

The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever !
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself. The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever ! Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

11:11am Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself.

The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever !
It must have personally hurt you deeply, to keep using the phrase first dragged behind that plane by the garner consortium, i've moved on, I want this premier league campaign of ours to break all records, just wait til city come to t turf, the scoreline will make me cry tears of joy. I will be overcome with emotion. I'm really excited.
BTW whats a no-dad
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself. The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever ![/p][/quote]It must have personally hurt you deeply, to keep using the phrase first dragged behind that plane by the garner consortium, i've moved on, I want this premier league campaign of ours to break all records, just wait til city come to t turf, the scoreline will make me cry tears of joy. I will be overcome with emotion. I'm really excited. BTW whats a no-dad AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

11:22am Tue 10 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself.

The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever !
NH
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself. The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever ![/p][/quote]NH Old age pensioner
  • Score: -6

11:24am Tue 10 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least.

You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here.

Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.
Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least. You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here. Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

11:55am Tue 10 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
"But the chance to be part of Sean Dyche’s revolution at Turf Moor could be tempting for Dawson"

When did he storm the Bastille ?

You couldn't make it up
Couldn't make it up? So it's True then.
[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: "But the chance to be part of Sean Dyche’s revolution at Turf Moor could be tempting for Dawson" When did he storm the Bastille ? You couldn't make it up[/p][/quote]Couldn't make it up? So it's True then. TurfMoorTom's_Psychiatrist
  • Score: -7

12:18pm Tue 10 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

12:33pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Macrasni1 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
If 'we' sign him?

He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer.

You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours.

Shame.
I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division
It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]If 'we' sign him? He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer. You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours. Shame.[/p][/quote]I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division[/p][/quote]It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo. Macrasni1
  • Score: -2

12:42pm Tue 10 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

"id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long." Is that the same bargain as signing someone for a British transfer record and selling him on 4 years later after being instrumental in winning the top club honour for world record fee?

You see my Dingle friends, you have to speculate to accumulate. The only speculation going on at Turd Moor is when you'll fall and how far. Future turmoil beckons....
"id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long." Is that the same bargain as signing someone for a British transfer record and selling him on 4 years later after being instrumental in winning the top club honour for world record fee? You see my Dingle friends, you have to speculate to accumulate. The only speculation going on at Turd Moor is when you'll fall and how far. Future turmoil beckons.... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

12:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least.

You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here.

Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.
Bringing up your own childhood memories there, better to let it out, My dad was in the Department of Education until he retired at 43, some 41 years ago, And he's been fully pensioned ever since. Its great getting high up in the public sector, you get paid forever, whether you work or not. All funded by you. So every time you pay tax, its going to my inheritance fund, thanks pal. I told my dad the other day, the amount you have drawn for your pension is ridiculous, I hope you live until you are 120 years old, bless you dad, keep sucking it up.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least. You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here. Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.[/p][/quote]Bringing up your own childhood memories there, better to let it out, My dad was in the Department of Education until he retired at 43, some 41 years ago, And he's been fully pensioned ever since. Its great getting high up in the public sector, you get paid forever, whether you work or not. All funded by you. So every time you pay tax, its going to my inheritance fund, thanks pal. I told my dad the other day, the amount you have drawn for your pension is ridiculous, I hope you live until you are 120 years old, bless you dad, keep sucking it up. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -4

12:56pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Super_Clarets says...

FFP beckons Mungo.... tick tock.
FFP beckons Mungo.... tick tock. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -6

1:04pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Old age pensioner says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
FFP beckons Mungo.... tick tock.
NH 2014
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: FFP beckons Mungo.... tick tock.[/p][/quote]NH 2014 Old age pensioner
  • Score: -2

1:18pm Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Macrasni1 wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
If 'we' sign him?

He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer.

You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours.

Shame.
I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division
It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo.
Hang on a minute, the board have stated they won't make the same mistakes as last time round which was, in my opinion, cheaping out on signings and selling our best players. So all I am saying is, I'm looking forward to keeping our players and spending big. So when's it going to start? We have 120 million to spend, maybe Dyche is watching for some world cup signings like Ozil and Ibrahimovich
[quote][p][bold]Macrasni1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]If 'we' sign him? He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer. You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours. Shame.[/p][/quote]I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division[/p][/quote]It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo.[/p][/quote]Hang on a minute, the board have stated they won't make the same mistakes as last time round which was, in my opinion, cheaping out on signings and selling our best players. So all I am saying is, I'm looking forward to keeping our players and spending big. So when's it going to start? We have 120 million to spend, maybe Dyche is watching for some world cup signings like Ozil and Ibrahimovich AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -18

1:49pm Tue 10 Jun 14

wolsty says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself.

The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever !
And you as always talking a load of s**t
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself. The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever ![/p][/quote]And you as always talking a load of s**t wolsty
  • Score: -6

2:15pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Macrasni1 wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
If 'we' sign him?

He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer.

You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours.

Shame.
I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division
It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo.
Hang on a minute, the board have stated they won't make the same mistakes as last time round which was, in my opinion, cheaping out on signings and selling our best players. So all I am saying is, I'm looking forward to keeping our players and spending big. So when's it going to start? We have 120 million to spend, maybe Dyche is watching for some world cup signings like Ozil and Ibrahimovich
How many players have your beloved Trampburn Rovers signed yet?

None, all the players are on holiday that's why you **** braindead dunce.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Macrasni1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]If 'we' sign him? He's definitely out of Blackburn's range, just like everyone else that Burnley are interested in this summer. You are the footballing equivalent of the tramp sat outside a shop waiting for a handout from your richer and better neighbours. Shame.[/p][/quote]I agree, he's definitely out of blackburns range, just looking forward to smnashing our 3 million transfer record with someone of dawsons obvious quality. This'll send shock waves through the division[/p][/quote]It really is no wonder you lot are financially fooked. Ive lost count of the times the how big is your record transfer fee argument has cropped up... Are you too stupid to realise this or are you just too used to money being thrown at everything? ...For the record its £6m but not that it matters seen as id be happy to keep it at that and get bargains all year long. Yet we're still above you lot who cry and whinge about the glory days when sugar daddy used to give you all the money you needed to get success. Now he's dead, you're owned by chickens and you're all stamping your feet like a spoilt little girl who wanted a pony for christmas but got a hamster. Boo fekkin hoo.[/p][/quote]Hang on a minute, the board have stated they won't make the same mistakes as last time round which was, in my opinion, cheaping out on signings and selling our best players. So all I am saying is, I'm looking forward to keeping our players and spending big. So when's it going to start? We have 120 million to spend, maybe Dyche is watching for some world cup signings like Ozil and Ibrahimovich[/p][/quote]How many players have your beloved Trampburn Rovers signed yet? None, all the players are on holiday that's why you **** braindead dunce. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 1

2:41pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life! Claretcert
  • Score: 5

3:26pm Tue 10 Jun 14

jack01 says...

So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages. jack01
  • Score: -10

3:32pm Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Saved his life? You mean its our fault that we prevented his early death? Cripes! we owe the world one hell of an apology.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Saved his life? You mean its our fault that we prevented his early death? Cripes! we owe the world one hell of an apology. RobH2O
  • Score: 2

3:35pm Tue 10 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
If that makes you feel better my friend. Lucked out last season, fell in a barrel of t!ts and you're gonna come out sucking your thumb. For Burnley FC only future tumoil beckons.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]If that makes you feel better my friend. Lucked out last season, fell in a barrel of t!ts and you're gonna come out sucking your thumb. For Burnley FC only future tumoil beckons. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -14

3:53pm Tue 10 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB. noddy57
  • Score: -13

4:41pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

jack01 wrote:
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
No, Jackoff, let's just take a moment to remember your confident predictions that Dyche was going to become the new manager of Crystal Palace in the January window; inside information you just KNEW was going to happen. You wanted to mark our cards and let us know what was going to happen. You DO remember that, don't you?

Since you have zero credibility since that laughable prediction, you'd be much better off spreading your muck in your hopeful attempts at causing consternation and despair elsewhere. You'll get no change here.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.[/p][/quote]No, Jackoff, let's just take a moment to remember your confident predictions that Dyche was going to become the new manager of Crystal Palace in the January window; inside information you just KNEW was going to happen. You wanted to mark our cards and let us know what was going to happen. You DO remember that, don't you? Since you have zero credibility since that laughable prediction, you'd be much better off spreading your muck in your hopeful attempts at causing consternation and despair elsewhere. You'll get no change here. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 12

4:44pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
OK let's start with the obvious and try keep it simple. This 120 million wasn't paid into the bank accout of BFC on the last day of the season, any purchases made will come from existing funds or (possibly) the downpayment on any purchases made before the new seasons will be made once some of this money is released. So there is no 120 million, only a child would think that.

On your source of intelligence, well keep looking I hope you find some. Nothing in your contribution suggests you have much as yet but I hope your source gives you a bit. Hint of your bipolar sneaking in there.

Aspirations, well yes, here we have a player with much more PL experience than what we already have, well Duff has some, but the age is right, so given that most of the players we'd all dream of landing we won't it's a sensible target. He was picked out of league two by WBA I think, so let's apply your logic aross the board, any club that signs a PL player who has played in the top division, but not much and who was picked from a lower division, has no ambition? Brilliant thinking, you should manage a proessional club, Rovers maybe.

PL status. Well to lose it you have to first attain it. So 72 clubs without it, including Rovers, have not got our chance to give it a go in 2014-15. I think most would rather be us, I would have rather us been in Cardiff's place at the end of 2013-14 (but not now). Our board, unlike yours, did not stake the family silver on any quick return. Unlike your club, ours is in good shape, well run, stable. They have less idea if we will stay up perhaps and it is more likely that we could be relegated next season than it was this, but only a fool of almost breathtaking idiocy would suggest they don't want to stay up. Are you mad? Or is this just more of your clinical depression?

Sharing the proceeds? File under F for foolish nonsense. We won't know what PL status means for the shareholders and directors for some time. We do know that the greatest benefactor your club ever had is unable to support you, but the Venkys to be fair are doing now, hence season tickets for 250 quid, lowest in the league perhaps. But I have no insight into the finances of BRFC and for you to claim insight into BFC finances and the intentions or motives of our board marks you out as a particulalry silly person - you culd be deluded - with your self awarded insight into top flight football finances.

So if I can sum up your contribution it would be as ill-informed, childish, and a bit thick. It's almost as if this is a fantasy and you feed on the reaction irrespective of the nonsense you post. You obviously don't mind appearing really silly. So thank you for your silly opinions and no need to thank me for pointing out how embarassing we and many of your fellow Rovers fans must find you. But it's like care in the community with some of you blues. Do you ask every matchday which is your side? Or what colour you play in? Or who the man in the different coloured shirt is. I don't actually think you even go. I know some very silly Blackburn fans but you sound a bit unwell. Do you know TufmoorTom at all?
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]OK let's start with the obvious and try keep it simple. This 120 million wasn't paid into the bank accout of BFC on the last day of the season, any purchases made will come from existing funds or (possibly) the downpayment on any purchases made before the new seasons will be made once some of this money is released. So there is no 120 million, only a child would think that. On your source of intelligence, well keep looking I hope you find some. Nothing in your contribution suggests you have much as yet but I hope your source gives you a bit. Hint of your bipolar sneaking in there. Aspirations, well yes, here we have a player with much more PL experience than what we already have, well Duff has some, but the age is right, so given that most of the players we'd all dream of landing we won't it's a sensible target. He was picked out of league two by WBA I think, so let's apply your logic aross the board, any club that signs a PL player who has played in the top division, but not much and who was picked from a lower division, has no ambition? Brilliant thinking, you should manage a proessional club, Rovers maybe. PL status. Well to lose it you have to first attain it. So 72 clubs without it, including Rovers, have not got our chance to give it a go in 2014-15. I think most would rather be us, I would have rather us been in Cardiff's place at the end of 2013-14 (but not now). Our board, unlike yours, did not stake the family silver on any quick return. Unlike your club, ours is in good shape, well run, stable. They have less idea if we will stay up perhaps and it is more likely that we could be relegated next season than it was this, but only a fool of almost breathtaking idiocy would suggest they don't want to stay up. Are you mad? Or is this just more of your clinical depression? Sharing the proceeds? File under F for foolish nonsense. We won't know what PL status means for the shareholders and directors for some time. We do know that the greatest benefactor your club ever had is unable to support you, but the Venkys to be fair are doing now, hence season tickets for 250 quid, lowest in the league perhaps. But I have no insight into the finances of BRFC and for you to claim insight into BFC finances and the intentions or motives of our board marks you out as a particulalry silly person - you culd be deluded - with your self awarded insight into top flight football finances. So if I can sum up your contribution it would be as ill-informed, childish, and a bit thick. It's almost as if this is a fantasy and you feed on the reaction irrespective of the nonsense you post. You obviously don't mind appearing really silly. So thank you for your silly opinions and no need to thank me for pointing out how embarassing we and many of your fellow Rovers fans must find you. But it's like care in the community with some of you blues. Do you ask every matchday which is your side? Or what colour you play in? Or who the man in the different coloured shirt is. I don't actually think you even go. I know some very silly Blackburn fans but you sound a bit unwell. Do you know TufmoorTom at all? Claretcert
  • Score: 11

4:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
A few questions for you:

Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'?

Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't?

Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages'

You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter

Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE.

Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.[/p][/quote]A few questions for you: Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'? Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't? Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages' You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE. Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 15

5:05pm Tue 10 Jun 14

jack01 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
A few questions for you:

Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'?

Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't?

Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages'

You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter

Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE.

Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club.
Ok let me try and answer your questions as best as I can.

I'm basing my wage prediction on Burnley's policy over the last 5 years, which began when they were last in the Premier League and had a wage-ceiling of £10k a week. It is widely accepted that this self-enforced limit on wages was the reason Coyle was unable to build a good enough side and why he walked out to a club that was willing to spend money. I doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path very much. With that in mind its safe to say that Burnley will have a smaller wage bill in 2014-15 than several Championship clubs.

Leicester and QPR are both bankrolled by wealthy foreign owners who have grand ambitions and have stated those. Leicester are capable of 30,000 a week crowds and QPR have a new stadium and training ground in the pipeline. One good season Burnley may have had, but I'm afraid there's only so far you can go with 15,000 crowds and a board that won't spend money.

I said that so far Dyche has only done what Boothroyd and Dowie had done - taken unfancied small clubs up against all expectations. If Burnley come back down then his reputation will need rebuilding. I'm not really sure how you can compare him to Brendan Rodgers who has done well at three different clubs, but I suppose if Liverpool or Chelsea pursue Dyche as their next manager fair enough.

You admit Dyche only signed 5, out of a squad of 18, the rest were inherited. Barnes made a handful of sub appearances and how many did he even score from January onwards? So its actually more like 4, and the goalkeeper only came because the last one walked out to Derby.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.[/p][/quote]A few questions for you: Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'? Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't? Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages' You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE. Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club.[/p][/quote]Ok let me try and answer your questions as best as I can. I'm basing my wage prediction on Burnley's policy over the last 5 years, which began when they were last in the Premier League and had a wage-ceiling of £10k a week. It is widely accepted that this self-enforced limit on wages was the reason Coyle was unable to build a good enough side and why he walked out to a club that was willing to spend money. I doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path very much. With that in mind its safe to say that Burnley will have a smaller wage bill in 2014-15 than several Championship clubs. Leicester and QPR are both bankrolled by wealthy foreign owners who have grand ambitions and have stated those. Leicester are capable of 30,000 a week crowds and QPR have a new stadium and training ground in the pipeline. One good season Burnley may have had, but I'm afraid there's only so far you can go with 15,000 crowds and a board that won't spend money. I said that so far Dyche has only done what Boothroyd and Dowie had done - taken unfancied small clubs up against all expectations. If Burnley come back down then his reputation will need rebuilding. I'm not really sure how you can compare him to Brendan Rodgers who has done well at three different clubs, but I suppose if Liverpool or Chelsea pursue Dyche as their next manager fair enough. You admit Dyche only signed 5, out of a squad of 18, the rest were inherited. Barnes made a handful of sub appearances and how many did he even score from January onwards? So its actually more like 4, and the goalkeeper only came because the last one walked out to Derby. jack01
  • Score: 7

5:08pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down.

Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down. Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 16

5:15pm Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Well I think Tom talks a lot of sense, you see if one person has an idea or thought, then its just an opinion, but if two people have the same opinion, it becomes a movement, soon it will be a club and then a party. The One Season Wonder Party. Unless Burnley invest heavily in playing staff, not these barrel bottom signings, you too will become part of the One Season Wonder Party. There will be no vote, no referendum, you will just be OUT.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Well I think Tom talks a lot of sense, you see if one person has an idea or thought, then its just an opinion, but if two people have the same opinion, it becomes a movement, soon it will be a club and then a party. The One Season Wonder Party. Unless Burnley invest heavily in playing staff, not these barrel bottom signings, you too will become part of the One Season Wonder Party. There will be no vote, no referendum, you will just be OUT. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -21

5:31pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
A few questions for you:

Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'?

Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't?

Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages'

You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter

Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE.

Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club.
Ok let me try and answer your questions as best as I can.

I'm basing my wage prediction on Burnley's policy over the last 5 years, which began when they were last in the Premier League and had a wage-ceiling of £10k a week. It is widely accepted that this self-enforced limit on wages was the reason Coyle was unable to build a good enough side and why he walked out to a club that was willing to spend money. I doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path very much. With that in mind its safe to say that Burnley will have a smaller wage bill in 2014-15 than several Championship clubs.

Leicester and QPR are both bankrolled by wealthy foreign owners who have grand ambitions and have stated those. Leicester are capable of 30,000 a week crowds and QPR have a new stadium and training ground in the pipeline. One good season Burnley may have had, but I'm afraid there's only so far you can go with 15,000 crowds and a board that won't spend money.

I said that so far Dyche has only done what Boothroyd and Dowie had done - taken unfancied small clubs up against all expectations. If Burnley come back down then his reputation will need rebuilding. I'm not really sure how you can compare him to Brendan Rodgers who has done well at three different clubs, but I suppose if Liverpool or Chelsea pursue Dyche as their next manager fair enough.

You admit Dyche only signed 5, out of a squad of 18, the rest were inherited. Barnes made a handful of sub appearances and how many did he even score from January onwards? So its actually more like 4, and the goalkeeper only came because the last one walked out to Derby.
I have to laugh out loud at your posts my friend:

Where to start, OK - Can you please let me know where you have got the figure of £10k a week ceiling when we were in the Premier League - It was definitely more than that, for example we paid Nugent £20k during his time with us.

You doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path much - if you mean, in terms of not spending loads of money on overpriced rubbish like your board have been guilty of in recent years then, yes, you are probably right.

The money we received from promotion has effectively doubled, and our chairman has even gone on record to say we have learned from our mistakes last time around, so I am pretty confident we will pay the going rate (relatively speaking) if Dyche requires us to.

I also can't believe that a Blackburn fan of all people is giving assurances that just because of Leicester and QPR's owners are loaded and in your words have 'grand ambitions' that they are in a better position to stay up in the Premier League than Burnley are - just look at Cardiff, Wolves, Yourselves, Leeds, Forest etc etc ad infinitum - all clubs with loaded owners that have achieved the square root of **** all - surely you should know that having money and spending it wisely are two vastly different things.

Please name the three clubs that Rogers was successful at: he only achieved success at Swansea, which gained him the Liverpool job, he walked out on Watford to become Reading manager and was sacked after six months, and he then took Swansea up and kept them there - just like Dyche is going to do at Burnley.

And Dyche may have inherited a lot of his team, as do pretty much all managers when they have only been in the job 18 months. What he did though he gained 30 more points than Howe did in his first full season and turned the same leaky back four that were conceding an average of two goals a game into THE best defence in the Championship - he is a much, much better manager than most of his contempories and THAT is why we are in the Premier League and not Division Two.

Basically your long rambling post is your wish list for what you want to happen to Burnley, and as a Blackburn fan, that is fair enough - unfortunately as this season has already proved, what you actually want and what you get are two different things.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.[/p][/quote]A few questions for you: Explain to me how you know how much wages Burnley are offering this season and how they are 'less than most Championship clubs'? Explain your thinking that the other two promoted clubs are going to become 'An established Premier League force' and yet the other promoted club, you remember, the ones that broke your collective hearts and smashed their way to 93 points aren't? Explain how you know that the Burnley board 'won't pay the wages' You rate Dyche alongside Dowie and Boothroyd do you? That is brilliantly naive and just highlights your jealousy and bitterness. Personally I would rate Dyche alongside his former Watford contempories of Malkay Mackay and Brendan Rogers as they are much more realistic than your pathetic attempt at banter Also you seem to be under the impression that Dyche only signed three players - Arfield, Heaton, Barnes, Jones and Kightly went straight into our first team squad - if you count, you will see that is actually FIVE. Blackburn fans, struggling to adapt to regaining their rightful position as a middling little tiny Division Two club.[/p][/quote]Ok let me try and answer your questions as best as I can. I'm basing my wage prediction on Burnley's policy over the last 5 years, which began when they were last in the Premier League and had a wage-ceiling of £10k a week. It is widely accepted that this self-enforced limit on wages was the reason Coyle was unable to build a good enough side and why he walked out to a club that was willing to spend money. I doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path very much. With that in mind its safe to say that Burnley will have a smaller wage bill in 2014-15 than several Championship clubs. Leicester and QPR are both bankrolled by wealthy foreign owners who have grand ambitions and have stated those. Leicester are capable of 30,000 a week crowds and QPR have a new stadium and training ground in the pipeline. One good season Burnley may have had, but I'm afraid there's only so far you can go with 15,000 crowds and a board that won't spend money. I said that so far Dyche has only done what Boothroyd and Dowie had done - taken unfancied small clubs up against all expectations. If Burnley come back down then his reputation will need rebuilding. I'm not really sure how you can compare him to Brendan Rodgers who has done well at three different clubs, but I suppose if Liverpool or Chelsea pursue Dyche as their next manager fair enough. You admit Dyche only signed 5, out of a squad of 18, the rest were inherited. Barnes made a handful of sub appearances and how many did he even score from January onwards? So its actually more like 4, and the goalkeeper only came because the last one walked out to Derby.[/p][/quote]I have to laugh out loud at your posts my friend: Where to start, OK - Can you please let me know where you have got the figure of £10k a week ceiling when we were in the Premier League - It was definitely more than that, for example we paid Nugent £20k during his time with us. You doubt that Burnley are going to deviate from this path much - if you mean, in terms of not spending loads of money on overpriced rubbish like your board have been guilty of in recent years then, yes, you are probably right. The money we received from promotion has effectively doubled, and our chairman has even gone on record to say we have learned from our mistakes last time around, so I am pretty confident we will pay the going rate (relatively speaking) if Dyche requires us to. I also can't believe that a Blackburn fan of all people is giving assurances that just because of Leicester and QPR's owners are loaded and in your words have 'grand ambitions' that they are in a better position to stay up in the Premier League than Burnley are - just look at Cardiff, Wolves, Yourselves, Leeds, Forest etc etc ad infinitum - all clubs with loaded owners that have achieved the square root of **** all - surely you should know that having money and spending it wisely are two vastly different things. Please name the three clubs that Rogers was successful at: he only achieved success at Swansea, which gained him the Liverpool job, he walked out on Watford to become Reading manager and was sacked after six months, and he then took Swansea up and kept them there - just like Dyche is going to do at Burnley. And Dyche may have inherited a lot of his team, as do pretty much all managers when they have only been in the job 18 months. What he did though he gained 30 more points than Howe did in his first full season and turned the same leaky back four that were conceding an average of two goals a game into THE best defence in the Championship - he is a much, much better manager than most of his contempories and THAT is why we are in the Premier League and not Division Two. Basically your long rambling post is your wish list for what you want to happen to Burnley, and as a Blackburn fan, that is fair enough - unfortunately as this season has already proved, what you actually want and what you get are two different things. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 9

6:18pm Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
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wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Well I think Tom talks a lot of sense, you see if one person has an idea or thought, then its just an opinion, but if two people have the same opinion, it becomes a movement, soon it will be a club and then a party. The One Season Wonder Party. Unless Burnley invest heavily in playing staff, not these barrel bottom signings, you too will become part of the One Season Wonder Party. There will be no vote, no referendum, you will just be OUT.
Smeagal and Gollum. AP4B and TMT. Same loin cloth, looks, dentist and diet. And, oh yes, one and the same twa*t.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Well I think Tom talks a lot of sense, you see if one person has an idea or thought, then its just an opinion, but if two people have the same opinion, it becomes a movement, soon it will be a club and then a party. The One Season Wonder Party. Unless Burnley invest heavily in playing staff, not these barrel bottom signings, you too will become part of the One Season Wonder Party. There will be no vote, no referendum, you will just be OUT.[/p][/quote]Smeagal and Gollum. AP4B and TMT. Same loin cloth, looks, dentist and diet. And, oh yes, one and the same twa*t. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

6:19pm Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down.

Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.
No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down. Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.[/p][/quote]No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep. RobH2O
  • Score: 1

6:20pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

I think also the gate receipts are less crucial at PL level but don't let that stand in the way of a desire to wish ill on the best run (former) championship clubs in recent history. It wasn't just that we did it it's how that hurts our blue friends so much.
I think also the gate receipts are less crucial at PL level but don't let that stand in the way of a desire to wish ill on the best run (former) championship clubs in recent history. It wasn't just that we did it it's how that hurts our blue friends so much. Claretcert
  • Score: 5

6:21pm Tue 10 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy RobH2O
  • Score: 1

6:37pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

RobH2O wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down.

Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.
No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.
Well that's my worry. He is ill, bipolar maybe, deluded certainly, depressed and possibly on meds. Serious problems that one so suicidal thoughts will be a constant companion. The name change multiple accounts allows a bit of respite so when the heat is on one he shifts to another - once outed on all there's no escape so he does need help
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down. Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.[/p][/quote]No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.[/p][/quote]Well that's my worry. He is ill, bipolar maybe, deluded certainly, depressed and possibly on meds. Serious problems that one so suicidal thoughts will be a constant companion. The name change multiple accounts allows a bit of respite so when the heat is on one he shifts to another - once outed on all there's no escape so he does need help Claretcert
  • Score: 8

7:17pm Tue 10 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down.

Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.
No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.
Lovers tiff, Bobber Jobber, telling crispy to end himself for being a creep, must have had his PB smashed by someone else
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down. Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.[/p][/quote]No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.[/p][/quote]Lovers tiff, Bobber Jobber, telling crispy to end himself for being a creep, must have had his PB smashed by someone else AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

8:44pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

We have the creation of a bog standard claret hater to agree with a fake claret who hates clarets. Who both sit alongside various identity freaks who agree with each other. Get well soon fella!
We have the creation of a bog standard claret hater to agree with a fake claret who hates clarets. Who both sit alongside various identity freaks who agree with each other. Get well soon fella! Claretcert
  • Score: 1

8:50pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

RobH2O wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock.

By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.
I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness.

You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you.

Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment.

And up the clarets - we probably saved your life!
Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down.

Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.
No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.
That's much too far, Rob. Don't wish that on anyone.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Good job you've made good use of the time by going up early and not having to rush things after the play-offs like last time. Dyche doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry, Ings hasn't signed, no one seems to want to come to the club and the board aren't motivated to invest any of the £130M they supposedly have in their back pocket. Can't think why. Future turmoil beckons....it's just a question of time. Tick tock. By this time when they first went up Rovers had already invested in a player that went on to command a future world record transfer fee. I guess that's ambition and belief for you.[/p][/quote]I'm thinking you have a decision looming. You either keep collecting usernames so you can like your own posts and pretend that other people share your obsession, or you can pick up the phone or walk into your GP clinic and ask for help with your bipolarity, depression, or as yet undiagnose mental illness. You have your many accounts set up with alerts for contributions to discussions that you invariably try to ruin. You have your many accounts set up for sports news feeds, so you're often the first to post and quick to reply night or day - nothing else to do I suppose. Other than the small minority of like minded obsessives, most Rovers' fans find your contributions and your stalking a bit wierd. Not only are you making a show of yourself you don't feel you have anywhere to go, it's become all too obsessive, a part of you. Tick tock - could be the term used to count down to your almost inevitable descent into the security that sectioning will bring, unless you get help, you will begin to self harm, you don't feel sick but it's clear that you are, you'll forget your meds he euphoria of your fatasy life will stop you seeking help. Every time I try to read interesting comments about my club I'm confronted with the ramblings of your confused mind, your personality disorder and obvious depression. Get some help mate, pick up the phone. Don't be ashamed, I'm sure you must hate yourself but you can get treatment. And up the clarets - we probably saved your life![/p][/quote]Serial-name-changer; you can remain in denial all you like but unless you heed well-intentioned advice like this, the inner turmoil you're trying to inflict on us will only continue to take you down. Get some help. Seriously. Get some help while you can.[/p][/quote]No no no don't get help. Just top yourself you worthless creep.[/p][/quote]That's much too far, Rob. Don't wish that on anyone. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 3

11:13pm Tue 10 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

Claretcert wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
OK let's start with the obvious and try keep it simple. This 120 million wasn't paid into the bank accout of BFC on the last day of the season, any purchases made will come from existing funds or (possibly) the downpayment on any purchases made before the new seasons will be made once some of this money is released. So there is no 120 million, only a child would think that.

On your source of intelligence, well keep looking I hope you find some. Nothing in your contribution suggests you have much as yet but I hope your source gives you a bit. Hint of your bipolar sneaking in there.

Aspirations, well yes, here we have a player with much more PL experience than what we already have, well Duff has some, but the age is right, so given that most of the players we'd all dream of landing we won't it's a sensible target. He was picked out of league two by WBA I think, so let's apply your logic aross the board, any club that signs a PL player who has played in the top division, but not much and who was picked from a lower division, has no ambition? Brilliant thinking, you should manage a proessional club, Rovers maybe.

PL status. Well to lose it you have to first attain it. So 72 clubs without it, including Rovers, have not got our chance to give it a go in 2014-15. I think most would rather be us, I would have rather us been in Cardiff's place at the end of 2013-14 (but not now). Our board, unlike yours, did not stake the family silver on any quick return. Unlike your club, ours is in good shape, well run, stable. They have less idea if we will stay up perhaps and it is more likely that we could be relegated next season than it was this, but only a fool of almost breathtaking idiocy would suggest they don't want to stay up. Are you mad? Or is this just more of your clinical depression?

Sharing the proceeds? File under F for foolish nonsense. We won't know what PL status means for the shareholders and directors for some time. We do know that the greatest benefactor your club ever had is unable to support you, but the Venkys to be fair are doing now, hence season tickets for 250 quid, lowest in the league perhaps. But I have no insight into the finances of BRFC and for you to claim insight into BFC finances and the intentions or motives of our board marks you out as a particulalry silly person - you culd be deluded - with your self awarded insight into top flight football finances.

So if I can sum up your contribution it would be as ill-informed, childish, and a bit thick. It's almost as if this is a fantasy and you feed on the reaction irrespective of the nonsense you post. You obviously don't mind appearing really silly. So thank you for your silly opinions and no need to thank me for pointing out how embarassing we and many of your fellow Rovers fans must find you. But it's like care in the community with some of you blues. Do you ask every matchday which is your side? Or what colour you play in? Or who the man in the different coloured shirt is. I don't actually think you even go. I know some very silly Blackburn fans but you sound a bit unwell. Do you know TufmoorTom at all?
Cor !! that was a bit long winded .You only had to say you disagreed with my inside knowledge of your inferior club` l would not trust that Burnley board as far as l could throw a bucket of custard creams soaked in cold tea.
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]OK let's start with the obvious and try keep it simple. This 120 million wasn't paid into the bank accout of BFC on the last day of the season, any purchases made will come from existing funds or (possibly) the downpayment on any purchases made before the new seasons will be made once some of this money is released. So there is no 120 million, only a child would think that. On your source of intelligence, well keep looking I hope you find some. Nothing in your contribution suggests you have much as yet but I hope your source gives you a bit. Hint of your bipolar sneaking in there. Aspirations, well yes, here we have a player with much more PL experience than what we already have, well Duff has some, but the age is right, so given that most of the players we'd all dream of landing we won't it's a sensible target. He was picked out of league two by WBA I think, so let's apply your logic aross the board, any club that signs a PL player who has played in the top division, but not much and who was picked from a lower division, has no ambition? Brilliant thinking, you should manage a proessional club, Rovers maybe. PL status. Well to lose it you have to first attain it. So 72 clubs without it, including Rovers, have not got our chance to give it a go in 2014-15. I think most would rather be us, I would have rather us been in Cardiff's place at the end of 2013-14 (but not now). Our board, unlike yours, did not stake the family silver on any quick return. Unlike your club, ours is in good shape, well run, stable. They have less idea if we will stay up perhaps and it is more likely that we could be relegated next season than it was this, but only a fool of almost breathtaking idiocy would suggest they don't want to stay up. Are you mad? Or is this just more of your clinical depression? Sharing the proceeds? File under F for foolish nonsense. We won't know what PL status means for the shareholders and directors for some time. We do know that the greatest benefactor your club ever had is unable to support you, but the Venkys to be fair are doing now, hence season tickets for 250 quid, lowest in the league perhaps. But I have no insight into the finances of BRFC and for you to claim insight into BFC finances and the intentions or motives of our board marks you out as a particulalry silly person - you culd be deluded - with your self awarded insight into top flight football finances. So if I can sum up your contribution it would be as ill-informed, childish, and a bit thick. It's almost as if this is a fantasy and you feed on the reaction irrespective of the nonsense you post. You obviously don't mind appearing really silly. So thank you for your silly opinions and no need to thank me for pointing out how embarassing we and many of your fellow Rovers fans must find you. But it's like care in the community with some of you blues. Do you ask every matchday which is your side? Or what colour you play in? Or who the man in the different coloured shirt is. I don't actually think you even go. I know some very silly Blackburn fans but you sound a bit unwell. Do you know TufmoorTom at all?[/p][/quote]Cor !! that was a bit long winded .You only had to say you disagreed with my inside knowledge of your inferior club` l would not trust that Burnley board as far as l could throw a bucket of custard creams soaked in cold tea. noddy57
  • Score: -4

11:16pm Tue 10 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
Cor !! that was a bit long winded .You only had to say you disagreed with my inside knowledge of your inferior club` l would not trust that Burnley board as far as l could throw a bucket of custard creams soaked in cold tea.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy[/p][/quote]Cor !! that was a bit long winded .You only had to say you disagreed with my inside knowledge of your inferior club` l would not trust that Burnley board as far as l could throw a bucket of custard creams soaked in cold tea. noddy57
  • Score: -7

11:19pm Tue 10 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
Sounds to me you have much knowledge of being a fairy ? hey`` **** for brains.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy[/p][/quote]Sounds to me you have much knowledge of being a fairy ? hey`` **** for brains. noddy57
  • Score: -6

11:29pm Tue 10 Jun 14

noddy57 says...

l knew your town was in a bad way` all those empty properties boarded up` it reminds me of your dilapidated ground .Get some money spent on it or better still knock it down and build another mosque.COYB.
l knew your town was in a bad way` all those empty properties boarded up` it reminds me of your dilapidated ground .Get some money spent on it or better still knock it down and build another mosque.COYB. noddy57
  • Score: -4

11:54pm Tue 10 Jun 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead.
The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.
You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself.

The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever !
Thick as a plank :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: He's bound to be Bekanbauer if we sign him, like Matty Fryatt is Messi unless he goes to Forest, then he will be Akinbyi instead. The Arsene Wenger tactic in full swing.[/p][/quote]You've already come out of the shame closet as a no-dad on several occasions. Time to knock it off now, you're only embarrassing yourself. The truth is... you wish you were a Claret, following a Premier League team, instead of a bitter, jealous, festering mess of a no-dad who cries himself to sleep every night hoping to wake up from the nightmare that is now your reality. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever ![/p][/quote]Thick as a plank :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: -6

11:55pm Tue 10 Jun 14

bluenwhite says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least.

You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here.

Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.
Thick as a plank :-)
One season wonder, imagine what it must feel like for us for 35 years :-)
Thick as a plank :-)
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least. You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here. Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank :-) One season wonder, imagine what it must feel like for us for 35 years :-) Thick as a plank :-) bluenwhite
  • Score: -7

9:01am Wed 11 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
I sense some anger issues here, has someone hidden your teddy?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy[/p][/quote]I sense some anger issues here, has someone hidden your teddy? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

9:21am Wed 11 Jun 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley has daddy issues. His estranged father was a Claret and that's why his carrying so much bile and anger inside him.

Poor confused Mungo. Daddy might come home one day....
AnotherPounding4Burn ley has daddy issues. His estranged father was a Claret and that's why his carrying so much bile and anger inside him. Poor confused Mungo. Daddy might come home one day.... look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 0

9:25am Wed 11 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

I wonder how we Burnley fans will feel after hearing Sky sports are launching a dedicated European football channel? Sounds like they're going to be pushing for a super league, all that hard work only to end up back in the second tier by stealth.
Debate?
I wonder how we Burnley fans will feel after hearing Sky sports are launching a dedicated European football channel? Sounds like they're going to be pushing for a super league, all that hard work only to end up back in the second tier by stealth. Debate? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -5

9:26am Wed 11 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley has daddy issues. His estranged father was a Claret and that's why his carrying so much bile and anger inside him.

Poor confused Mungo. Daddy might come home one day....
I thought you had been banned for foul and abusive filth?
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: AnotherPounding4Burn ley has daddy issues. His estranged father was a Claret and that's why his carrying so much bile and anger inside him. Poor confused Mungo. Daddy might come home one day....[/p][/quote]I thought you had been banned for foul and abusive filth? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -4

9:40am Wed 11 Jun 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

You must be confusing me with someone else. But then you're very easily confused aren't you, considering your daddy issues.
You must be confusing me with someone else. But then you're very easily confused aren't you, considering your daddy issues. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 4

9:43am Wed 11 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
I wonder how we Burnley fans will feel after hearing Sky sports are launching a dedicated European football channel? Sounds like they're going to be pushing for a super league, all that hard work only to end up back in the second tier by stealth.
Debate?
And Rovers into the third or fourth tier.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: I wonder how we Burnley fans will feel after hearing Sky sports are launching a dedicated European football channel? Sounds like they're going to be pushing for a super league, all that hard work only to end up back in the second tier by stealth. Debate?[/p][/quote]And Rovers into the third or fourth tier. RobH2O
  • Score: 6

9:44am Wed 11 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
I sense some anger issues here, has someone hidden your teddy?
No my twelve bore. Rodders tonight (back alley of course!)
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy[/p][/quote]I sense some anger issues here, has someone hidden your teddy?[/p][/quote]No my twelve bore. Rodders tonight (back alley of course!) RobH2O
  • Score: -4

9:46am Wed 11 Jun 14

RobH2O says...

noddy57 wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.
How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy
Sounds to me you have much knowledge of being a fairy ? hey`` **** for brains.
Consequently, Ive accurately identified you then
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: So this is the quality of player your squeaky club are aspiring to recruit ?.Well that just confirms to me that my source of intelligence on the Burnley boards spending strategy and the pittance that is available.You will not see any of the 120 million for the simple reason the board know your premiership status is only for one season so they are sharing the proceeds between them and giving the odds to the poor manager.COYB.[/p][/quote]How's Big Ears you fuc8in' fairy[/p][/quote]Sounds to me you have much knowledge of being a fairy ? hey`` **** for brains.[/p][/quote]Consequently, Ive accurately identified you then RobH2O
  • Score: 2

10:05am Wed 11 Jun 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

bluenwhite wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least.

You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here.

Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.
Thick as a plank :-)
One season wonder, imagine what it must feel like for us for 35 years :-)
Thick as a plank :-)
'Imagine how it must feel for us for 35 years'

How does it feel now?

Does it hurt seeing Burnley in the Premier League?

Did you cry on the 9th March when Burnley wrecked your record AND your season?

Are you looking forward to losing your best players and bolstering your squad with freebies and League One players?

Are you looking forward to MOTD next season?

Blackburn - a team on the slide

Enjoy Division Two you **** loser
[quote][p][bold]bluenwhite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least. You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here. Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.[/p][/quote]Thick as a plank :-) One season wonder, imagine what it must feel like for us for 35 years :-) Thick as a plank :-)[/p][/quote]'Imagine how it must feel for us for 35 years' How does it feel now? Does it hurt seeing Burnley in the Premier League? Did you cry on the 9th March when Burnley wrecked your record AND your season? Are you looking forward to losing your best players and bolstering your squad with freebies and League One players? Are you looking forward to MOTD next season? Blackburn - a team on the slide Enjoy Division Two you **** loser Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 3

10:32am Fri 13 Jun 14

GeoRam says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Super_Clarets wrote:
Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least.

You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here.

Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.
Bringing up your own childhood memories there, better to let it out, My dad was in the Department of Education until he retired at 43, some 41 years ago, And he's been fully pensioned ever since. Its great getting high up in the public sector, you get paid forever, whether you work or not. All funded by you. So every time you pay tax, its going to my inheritance fund, thanks pal. I told my dad the other day, the amount you have drawn for your pension is ridiculous, I hope you live until you are 120 years old, bless you dad, keep sucking it up.
If your Dads age is true then you are definately old enough to know better.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: Not really, we just like to throw Garners phrase back at you, he got it wrong however, because we've not only caught you up, we've not only beaten you, we've now overtaken you, and we're a whole division above your no-mark football club. And the timing couldn't have been any better as FFP is limbering up to knock the stuffing out of you. It's going to be entertaining to say the least. You're a no-dad.... your father, a taxi driver from Burnley, left you as an infant, your mother had to make ends meet and so chose to entertain local gentlemen in your one-bedroom flea-pit in Shadsworth for a tener a time, hence your infatuation with us. We know you have issues, daddy was a Claret wasn't he. It's ok, we're all friends here. Why not get it all off your chest, you'll feel better for it.[/p][/quote]Bringing up your own childhood memories there, better to let it out, My dad was in the Department of Education until he retired at 43, some 41 years ago, And he's been fully pensioned ever since. Its great getting high up in the public sector, you get paid forever, whether you work or not. All funded by you. So every time you pay tax, its going to my inheritance fund, thanks pal. I told my dad the other day, the amount you have drawn for your pension is ridiculous, I hope you live until you are 120 years old, bless you dad, keep sucking it up.[/p][/quote]If your Dads age is true then you are definately old enough to know better. GeoRam
  • Score: 0

10:35am Fri 13 Jun 14

GeoRam says...

jack01 wrote:
So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR.

It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze.

So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs.

What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine.

Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.
As the article says, he's from the area hence his interest in Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: So if I understand correctly, Chris Flanagan suggests that Dawson is attracting interest from a number of clubs, yet for some reason would chose Burnley ahead of the likes of Leicester and QPR. It must be fun living in the fantasy world that is Burnley FC. Delusion never ceases to amaze. So if Dawson had the choice he would reject the opportunity to go to a club with more money, more fans, more ambition and the chance of becoming an established Premier League force, so that he could join little old Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's 'revolution', earning less than he would get at most Championship clubs. What is this 'revolution'? Its nothing. Just a made up term by a poor reporter who is completely infatuated with Dyche (until he jumps ship). Really poor journalism that looks more akin to something written in a fanzine. Lets just take a moment to remember that for all the plaudits and talk of a 'revolution' (despite actually only signing about 3 players since he arrived) Dyche's achievements as a manager to date sit alongside Aidy Boothroyd at Watford and Iain Dowie at Palace. If Burnley go straight back down Dyche will be in the same club as those two. Does he want to take that risk or will he cash in as soon as a chance to move on up comes along? It must be hard for him to try and tie Danny Ings down to a deal when the board won't pay the wages.[/p][/quote]As the article says, he's from the area hence his interest in Burnley. GeoRam
  • Score: 0

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