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Sordell set to sign for Clarets

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BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind.

Scotland international Bryson was understood to be in talks with the Clarets yesterday, while the club finalised the deal for Sordell.

The former England Under 21 international, and Team GB Olympian, was set to complete his move last night for around £600,000 plus add-ons – significantly less than the £3.2million Bolton paid to sign him from Watford on January transfer deadline day 2012.

But with Bolton needing to free up funds in order to push through with their bid to sign Lukas Jutkiewicz from Middlesbrough negotiations advanced speedily, allowing the Clarets to move in on their next target.

Manager Dyche has been weighing up a move for Bryson over the summer, and a £750,000 trigger clause is understood to have been activated. However, that only permits clubs to hold talks with Derby’s player of the year. The Rams are looking for more in terms of a fee, possibly in the region of £2m, for a player who scored 16 goals in 49 games last season, including two hat-tricks.

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Premier League-bound Burnley were linked with a double swoop on play-off finalists Derby, with Richard Keogh rumoured to be part of a £2.5m joint bid earlier this month.

It is possible the Clarets could complete the double this summer. But the Lancashire Telegraph understands that Bryson, 27, was the one in the north west yesterday to discuss a potential move to Turf Moor.

The Scotland international scored 16 goals in 49 appearances in the 2013/14 campaign, including two hat-tricks.

Sordell, 23, is looking for a fresh start after enduring a difficult time since his transfer from Watford, where he was managed by Dyche. He has managed just 16 starts for Wanderers in 18 months, in all competitions.

He spent the whole of last season on loan at Charlton Athletic, but suffered spells on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

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9:25am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Sordell looked great at Watford and bloody awful at Bolton. In Dyche we trust! And a sharp price too. Prefer a load of free transfers myself.
Sordell looked great at Watford and bloody awful at Bolton. In Dyche we trust! And a sharp price too. Prefer a load of free transfers myself. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 9

9:28am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

9:30am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Agreed, another rough diamond but someone Dyche already has the inside track on, and for £600,000 I see this as a sensible addition. Hopefully Bryson to follow. Things are starting to get interesting.
Agreed, another rough diamond but someone Dyche already has the inside track on, and for £600,000 I see this as a sensible addition. Hopefully Bryson to follow. Things are starting to get interesting. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 5

9:32am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League...

I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.
You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League... I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 11

9:41am Wed 25 Jun 14

claret777 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
What team do you support and are you below us ?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]What team do you support and are you below us ? claret777
  • Score: 6

9:50am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

9:57am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.
You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc.

Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.[/p][/quote]You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc. Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -1

10:03am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Tom.... are Burnley in the Premier League or are they not?

Please provide us with a simple yes or no answer and nothing else.
Tom.... are Burnley in the Premier League or are they not? Please provide us with a simple yes or no answer and nothing else. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 3

10:08am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Cuckoo. Definition. A bird of one specie that lays an unwanted egg in the nest of another specie. Its success depends on pretence.
Cuckoo. Definition. A bird of one specie that lays an unwanted egg in the nest of another specie. Its success depends on pretence. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

10:11am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Tom?
Tom? In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 0

10:13am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

Cuckoo. Alternative common usage. Round the bend. Nutty as a fruit cake. Three sheets to the wind. All the lights on with nobody at home. Bonkers. Bats. Barmy. Not a full shilling. Sandwich short of a picnic. Barking.

AP4B. TTT. Fake. etc etc etc etc

Perhaps you like to enter the above examples of common usage as your next prail of IDs.

Don't worry. you can tell the committee that you can still eat fish.
Cuckoo. Alternative common usage. Round the bend. Nutty as a fruit cake. Three sheets to the wind. All the lights on with nobody at home. Bonkers. Bats. Barmy. Not a full shilling. Sandwich short of a picnic. Barking. AP4B. TTT. Fake. etc etc etc etc Perhaps you like to enter the above examples of common usage as your next prail of IDs. Don't worry. you can tell the committee that you can still eat fish. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

10:15am Wed 25 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him.

But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned.

Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough?

Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term.

Money isn't everything.

I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.
Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him. But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned. Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough? Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term. Money isn't everything. I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching. owd nick
  • Score: 10

10:15am Wed 25 Jun 14

digitusjonfred says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League...

I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.
not for long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!! Dicky !!
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League... I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.[/p][/quote]not for long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! Dicky !! digitusjonfred
  • Score: -7

10:24am Wed 25 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

owd nick wrote:
Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him.

But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned.

Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough?

Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term.

Money isn't everything.

I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.
Dyche managed Sordell and turned him into a £3 million plus player. £600k is no risk for a club with our financial muscle.

Bryson is a brilliant midfielder and was Derby's player of the year for the last two seasons - strong, an international, great passer, decent tackler with 16 goals from midfield - a great signing no matter what you jealous idiots think.

As for the 'Getting beaten out of sight every week' comment - Did Palace get beaten out of sight every week? or Hull? Stick to your own set of Secon Division mid-table losers and let us worry about the Premier League, it'snot like you will be playing there any time soon.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him. But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned. Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough? Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term. Money isn't everything. I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.[/p][/quote]Dyche managed Sordell and turned him into a £3 million plus player. £600k is no risk for a club with our financial muscle. Bryson is a brilliant midfielder and was Derby's player of the year for the last two seasons - strong, an international, great passer, decent tackler with 16 goals from midfield - a great signing no matter what you jealous idiots think. As for the 'Getting beaten out of sight every week' comment - Did Palace get beaten out of sight every week? or Hull? Stick to your own set of Secon Division mid-table losers and let us worry about the Premier League, it'snot like you will be playing there any time soon. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: -1

10:25am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

digitusjonfred wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League...

I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.
not for long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!! Dicky !!
Prediction not fact
[quote][p][bold]digitusjonfred[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League... I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.[/p][/quote]not for long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! Dicky !![/p][/quote]Prediction not fact Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

10:26am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

owd nick wrote:
Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him.

But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned.

Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough?

Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term.

Money isn't everything.

I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.
I'm happy with how BFC do things. I have a pair. (Well, this morning they were definitely swinging).
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him. But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned. Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough? Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term. Money isn't everything. I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.[/p][/quote]I'm happy with how BFC do things. I have a pair. (Well, this morning they were definitely swinging). Rob_H2O
  • Score: 0

10:30am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Agreed, another rough diamond but someone Dyche already has the inside track on, and for £600,000 I see this as a sensible addition. Hopefully Bryson to follow. Things are starting to get interesting.
Blinkered again. Douche hasn't got the 'inside track' on anyone - he benefitted from Howe's foundations. He's so far landed you a Brighton squad player and brought a has-been in on a short term loan (though still can't seem to now retain him). This blind belief is building to one spectacular car crash. Wonderful.

And the answer is YES, Bumley are in the Premier League next season. I've never said anything different and look forward to your reality check.
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Agreed, another rough diamond but someone Dyche already has the inside track on, and for £600,000 I see this as a sensible addition. Hopefully Bryson to follow. Things are starting to get interesting.[/p][/quote]Blinkered again. Douche hasn't got the 'inside track' on anyone - he benefitted from Howe's foundations. He's so far landed you a Brighton squad player and brought a has-been in on a short term loan (though still can't seem to now retain him). This blind belief is building to one spectacular car crash. Wonderful. And the answer is YES, Bumley are in the Premier League next season. I've never said anything different and look forward to your reality check. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -5

10:32am Wed 25 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
owd nick wrote:
Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him.

But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned.

Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough?

Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term.

Money isn't everything.

I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.
Dyche managed Sordell and turned him into a £3 million plus player. £600k is no risk for a club with our financial muscle.

Bryson is a brilliant midfielder and was Derby's player of the year for the last two seasons - strong, an international, great passer, decent tackler with 16 goals from midfield - a great signing no matter what you jealous idiots think.

As for the 'Getting beaten out of sight every week' comment - Did Palace get beaten out of sight every week? or Hull? Stick to your own set of Secon Division mid-table losers and let us worry about the Premier League, it'snot like you will be playing there any time soon.
Palace were down until they threw money at it and sacked their manager.

You won't do that; you only need to listen to the noises from the club and even more sadly, "fans" to realise that.

Hull bought sensibly, just the way I am suggesting you should, decent, experienced PL players who give you a chance of staying up.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him. But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned. Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough? Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term. Money isn't everything. I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.[/p][/quote]Dyche managed Sordell and turned him into a £3 million plus player. £600k is no risk for a club with our financial muscle. Bryson is a brilliant midfielder and was Derby's player of the year for the last two seasons - strong, an international, great passer, decent tackler with 16 goals from midfield - a great signing no matter what you jealous idiots think. As for the 'Getting beaten out of sight every week' comment - Did Palace get beaten out of sight every week? or Hull? Stick to your own set of Secon Division mid-table losers and let us worry about the Premier League, it'snot like you will be playing there any time soon.[/p][/quote]Palace were down until they threw money at it and sacked their manager. You won't do that; you only need to listen to the noises from the club and even more sadly, "fans" to realise that. Hull bought sensibly, just the way I am suggesting you should, decent, experienced PL players who give you a chance of staying up. owd nick
  • Score: 1

10:32am Wed 25 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

owd nick wrote:
Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him.

But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned.

Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough?

Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term.

Money isn't everything.

I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.
I agree with owd nick. Instead of shouting 'we are Premier league, where are you'. We beat you last season. I'd be more concerned about the ambition of your board with these signings. For crying out loud haven't you just hit the £120 million pound jackpot. What the feck are they thinking.....
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Bryson is a pretty decent player, but you need to be signing proven PL standard players, even the most die hard Clarets must know this and have deep concerns over what Dyche is expected to do with the limited funds available to him. But Sordell? Either Dyche knows something the rest of the world don't or you are being right royally conned. Instead of platitudes like "We will pocket the cash and take free transfers" why don't you guys grow a pair and tell your board this simply isn't good enough? Honestly and putting all rivalry aside if this was Rovers I would despair because the PL is an harsh environment and being beaten out of sight week after week will not be good for Burnley FC, it's real fans, it's players in the longer term. Money isn't everything. I don't mind extracting the urine now and then and I expect it to be returned in spades, but you guys really do need to get real, that first game against Chelsea is rapidly approaching.[/p][/quote]I agree with owd nick. Instead of shouting 'we are Premier league, where are you'. We beat you last season. I'd be more concerned about the ambition of your board with these signings. For crying out loud haven't you just hit the £120 million pound jackpot. What the feck are they thinking..... Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:33am Wed 25 Jun 14

owd nick says...

Glad you are OK Rob, in both context! lol.
Glad you are OK Rob, in both context! lol. owd nick
  • Score: 5

10:33am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Tom.... are Burnley in the Premier League or are they not?

Please provide us with a simple yes or no answer and nothing else.
And now I've answered your question, perhapsyou could answer with a simple yes/no, "Are Oldham, Sheff Utd, Barnsley, Bradford or Swindon in the Premier League"?
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Tom.... are Burnley in the Premier League or are they not? Please provide us with a simple yes or no answer and nothing else.[/p][/quote]And now I've answered your question, perhapsyou could answer with a simple yes/no, "Are Oldham, Sheff Utd, Barnsley, Bradford or Swindon in the Premier League"? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

10:45am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 3

10:49am Wed 25 Jun 14

A Darener says...

Burnley in the PL, yes?
But preparing for life in the lower divisions the season after.
Burnley in the PL, yes? But preparing for life in the lower divisions the season after. A Darener
  • Score: -4

10:50am Wed 25 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

More good news, sun shines in Burnley but a toxic fog engulfs Blackburn as Gollum and his trolls splutter into their breakfasts. All that bitterness has got to make you ill guys, be happy for us, send us your love. This summer is the best ever - look at the quality in our squad and what this (if true) will add. We don't need journeymen these two are class acts
More good news, sun shines in Burnley but a toxic fog engulfs Blackburn as Gollum and his trolls splutter into their breakfasts. All that bitterness has got to make you ill guys, be happy for us, send us your love. This summer is the best ever - look at the quality in our squad and what this (if true) will add. We don't need journeymen these two are class acts Claretcert
  • Score: 1

10:56am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
The first fact hasn't been disputed and every day that passes fills me with greater antipation of your sad demise.

The second fact is frequently quoted by your blinkered 6-fingered brethren and is complete tosh. You haven't 'won the lottery'. What you will receive are funds which market pressures for players dictates is what it is necessary to spend in equal measure and then some to compete at that level. You won't compete at that level.
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]The first fact hasn't been disputed and every day that passes fills me with greater antipation of your sad demise. The second fact is frequently quoted by your blinkered 6-fingered brethren and is complete tosh. You haven't 'won the lottery'. What you will receive are funds which market pressures for players dictates is what it is necessary to spend in equal measure and then some to compete at that level. You won't compete at that level. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -3

10:59am Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club".
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club". TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

11:09am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise.

It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them.

The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation.

Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them.

It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence.

Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever.
You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise. It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them. The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation. Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them. It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence. Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: -1

11:23am Wed 25 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Is a humongous debt a premier league asset? Or players who will only play in the premier league by leaving? Premier league assets - you couldn't make it up. Deluded - a championship club and a deluded fan base - got Portsmouth written all over it.
Is a humongous debt a premier league asset? Or players who will only play in the premier league by leaving? Premier league assets - you couldn't make it up. Deluded - a championship club and a deluded fan base - got Portsmouth written all over it. Claretcert
  • Score: 1

11:28am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 0

11:29am Wed 25 Jun 14

Itsnotmeyoubellend says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club".
Only by Blackburn fans.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club".[/p][/quote]Only by Blackburn fans. Itsnotmeyoubellend
  • Score: 1

11:32am Wed 25 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

This guy couldn't get a kick at Bolton last term when they were in danger of going into division 1, Another moneyball misfit signs up. The Bolton faithful are abuzz that they managed to get shut with his goal every five games ratio, that should see us well adrift by Christmas
Lol
This guy couldn't get a kick at Bolton last term when they were in danger of going into division 1, Another moneyball misfit signs up. The Bolton faithful are abuzz that they managed to get shut with his goal every five games ratio, that should see us well adrift by Christmas Lol AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -3

11:39am Wed 25 Jun 14

CLARETMINTY says...

Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be.
Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season.
Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley).
As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it.

Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City
Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be. Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season. Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley). As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it. Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City CLARETMINTY
  • Score: 3

11:43am Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Craig Bryson appears to have agreed the move with only the transfer fee to be agreed after Derby turned down Burnley's opening offer. Hopefully this one will go through shortly. Bryson would be a superb signing, a Scottish international, he had an outstanding season scoring 16 goals from midfield. Bryson's performances earned him the Derby County Player of the Year award and a place in the PFA Championship Team of the Season.

West Brom defender Craig Dawson has today submitted a transfer request in order to push through his move to Burnley. If this comes off we'll have made 3 excellent signings with more to follow.

Things are definitely getting interesting.
Craig Bryson appears to have agreed the move with only the transfer fee to be agreed after Derby turned down Burnley's opening offer. Hopefully this one will go through shortly. Bryson would be a superb signing, a Scottish international, he had an outstanding season scoring 16 goals from midfield. Bryson's performances earned him the Derby County Player of the Year award and a place in the PFA Championship Team of the Season. West Brom defender Craig Dawson has today submitted a transfer request in order to push through his move to Burnley. If this comes off we'll have made 3 excellent signings with more to follow. Things are definitely getting interesting. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 1

11:51am Wed 25 Jun 14

Rovers 1495 says...

CLARETMINTY wrote:
Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be.
Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season.
Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley).
As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it.

Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City
Indeed, enjoy

Chelsea won, Bumley 0
Manchester City won, Bumley 0

Next up, Manchester United and Arsenal
[quote][p][bold]CLARETMINTY[/bold] wrote: Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be. Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season. Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley). As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it. Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City[/p][/quote]Indeed, enjoy Chelsea won, Bumley 0 Manchester City won, Bumley 0 Next up, Manchester United and Arsenal Rovers 1495
  • Score: -8

12:09pm Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons....... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -7

12:19pm Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Tom, your jealousy of Burnley truly knows no bounds.

93-point Burnley FC, automatically promoted, widely regarded as playing the best football in the league, the best defensive record in the Championship, only 5 defeats all season.... and to the no-dad our promotion is "by quirk of fate".

Didn't we also beat you lot at Ewood Park? Was that by "quirk of fate" too?

LOL!

A quick update for you, the last I heard one of your stands was on the verge of being condemned due to subsidence! Can you really see Venky's giving a toss? I can't. Your Premier League days are but a memory. You are Chumpionship in every sense of the word.

Future turmoil beckons when you're over £60million in debt, losing £36.5million a season, subject to a transfer ban, and about to take a walloping off FFP.
Tom, your jealousy of Burnley truly knows no bounds. 93-point Burnley FC, automatically promoted, widely regarded as playing the best football in the league, the best defensive record in the Championship, only 5 defeats all season.... and to the no-dad our promotion is "by quirk of fate". Didn't we also beat you lot at Ewood Park? Was that by "quirk of fate" too? LOL! A quick update for you, the last I heard one of your stands was on the verge of being condemned due to subsidence! Can you really see Venky's giving a toss? I can't. Your Premier League days are but a memory. You are Chumpionship in every sense of the word. Future turmoil beckons when you're over £60million in debt, losing £36.5million a season, subject to a transfer ban, and about to take a walloping off FFP. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 9

12:19pm Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -6

12:25pm Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Operation trading places is already complete you wally.

You're in the Championship now, have a look.....

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/football/cham
pionship/table
Operation trading places is already complete you wally. You're in the Championship now, have a look..... http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/football/cham pionship/table In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 4

12:33pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
That's were we on this board get to swap you for a human in return. Mega.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]That's were we on this board get to swap you for a human in return. Mega. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 4

12:38pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
Where you swop with Doncaster
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]Where you swop with Doncaster Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

12:41pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
Its not the facilities, the training ground or even the colour of the Tea-Lady's apron. Its the football played.

We are Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]Its not the facilities, the training ground or even the colour of the Tea-Lady's apron. Its the football played. We are Premier League. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

12:42pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
No that are not both Championship players. If they sign for us they play for a Premiership club thus they are Premiership players.

We are Premier League.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]No that are not both Championship players. If they sign for us they play for a Premiership club thus they are Premiership players. We are Premier League. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 7

12:44pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.
You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc.

Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace.
We are preparing for life in the Premiership. How can you be preparing for life in the Championship?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.[/p][/quote]You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc. Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace.[/p][/quote]We are preparing for life in the Premiership. How can you be preparing for life in the Championship? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

12:50pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right!

And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck.

Mega.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right! And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck. Mega. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 6

1:27pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
No that are not both Championship players. If they sign for us they play for a Premiership club thus they are Premiership players.

We are Premier League.
Robbo, you and others need to look beyond the grey mist. A squad full of Championship players will never make a Premiership team. If you continue signing Chsampionship players the probability is that's where you'll end up. You must be able to see that.
And I thought only the lunatics were running Rovers asylum. The Burnley board are running us a close second if they continue down the present road.
I notice a lack of comments from the usual Burnley suspects today.Perhaps that tells us something.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]No that are not both Championship players. If they sign for us they play for a Premiership club thus they are Premiership players. We are Premier League.[/p][/quote]Robbo, you and others need to look beyond the grey mist. A squad full of Championship players will never make a Premiership team. If you continue signing Chsampionship players the probability is that's where you'll end up. You must be able to see that. And I thought only the lunatics were running Rovers asylum. The Burnley board are running us a close second if they continue down the present road. I notice a lack of comments from the usual Burnley suspects today.Perhaps that tells us something. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -3

1:41pm Wed 25 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right!

And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck.

Mega.
And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB.
The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two.
I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same.
In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right! And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck. Mega.[/p][/quote]And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB. The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two. I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same. In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

1:57pm Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Premier League club chase World Cup star....

Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old.

Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise.

Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Premier League club chase World Cup star.... Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old. Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise. Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 7

2:10pm Wed 25 Jun 14

K13RoN says...

As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter.

One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose.

But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One?

Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans.

Good luck to both clubs
As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter. One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose. But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One? Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans. Good luck to both clubs K13RoN
  • Score: 12

2:13pm Wed 25 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Premier League club chase World Cup star....

Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old.

Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise.

Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Premier League club chase World Cup star.... Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old. Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise. Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.[/p][/quote]Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

2:25pm Wed 25 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

K13RoN wrote:
As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter.

One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose.

But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One?

Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans.

Good luck to both clubs
K13RoN

In isolation you have a point. Look at the tripe posted on Rovers pages by the same clowns on here that are saying that Sordell represents money well spent.

Personally, i hope Brown works out for Rovers and GB's signings have been largely successful (but not totally). As for Sordell - never really come across him and Dyche does seem (for the moment) to be able to make silk purses out of sow's ears. Time will tell.
[quote][p][bold]K13RoN[/bold] wrote: As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter. One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose. But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One? Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans. Good luck to both clubs[/p][/quote]K13RoN In isolation you have a point. Look at the tripe posted on Rovers pages by the same clowns on here that are saying that Sordell represents money well spent. Personally, i hope Brown works out for Rovers and GB's signings have been largely successful (but not totally). As for Sordell - never really come across him and Dyche does seem (for the moment) to be able to make silk purses out of sow's ears. Time will tell. hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -5

2:25pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Harwoodstblue says...

K13RoN wrote:
As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter.

One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose.

But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One?

Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans.

Good luck to both clubs
Nah been there , done it seen it all. Brown was signed for very good reason, totake weight off Rhodes. Meaning Jr could quite possibly add another ten to last seasons total. Any that Brown might score would be a bonus.
Bbitter, no. Were honestly looking forward to Burnleys battle to stay up next season!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]K13RoN[/bold] wrote: As a neutral I find some of these comments laughable but it's clear Rovers fans are very bitter. One comment suggested Burnley are preparing for life back in the Championship buy paying £600k for Sordell. Maybe a valid point I suppose. But Rovers have just signed Chris Brown (who?!?!?) on a FREE from LEAGUE ONE(!!!!) Doncaster. Perhaps this is a more telling point that Rovers aren't splashing any cash and are preparing for life in League One? Either way, Burnley will be playing at some fantastic grounds next season and their fans will have a ball come win, lose or draw. I suspect another season of strife,both on and off the pitch, lies ahead for Rovers fans. Good luck to both clubs[/p][/quote]Nah been there , done it seen it all. Brown was signed for very good reason, totake weight off Rhodes. Meaning Jr could quite possibly add another ten to last seasons total. Any that Brown might score would be a bonus. Bbitter, no. Were honestly looking forward to Burnleys battle to stay up next season!!!!!!! Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -5

2:39pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right!

And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck.

Mega.
And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB.
The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two.
I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same.
In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe.
Who gives a **** what you, a Blackburn goon, thinks about what Premier League Burnley does?

Your jealousy and pettyness is hilarious but also exposes you for the sad deluded lonely fucktard that you really are.

Blackburn fans slated Burnley for signing Mears, Fletcher etc saying they were untried at Premier League level, but they turned out good - and Eagles was signed the season we got promoted - a real Burnley fan would know that you Blackburn trolling fraud.

£20k a week? more like £11k actually, so another day, another incorrect fact from the obsessed one.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right! And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck. Mega.[/p][/quote]And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB. The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two. I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same. In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe.[/p][/quote]Who gives a **** what you, a Blackburn goon, thinks about what Premier League Burnley does? Your jealousy and pettyness is hilarious but also exposes you for the sad deluded lonely fucktard that you really are. Blackburn fans slated Burnley for signing Mears, Fletcher etc saying they were untried at Premier League level, but they turned out good - and Eagles was signed the season we got promoted - a real Burnley fan would know that you Blackburn trolling fraud. £20k a week? more like £11k actually, so another day, another incorrect fact from the obsessed one. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 5

2:42pm Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Premier League club chase World Cup star....

Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old.

Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise.

Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley
"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Premier League club chase World Cup star.... Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old. Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise. Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.[/p][/quote]Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley[/p][/quote]"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -8

2:47pm Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 11

2:54pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Premier League club chase World Cup star....

Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old.

Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise.

Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley
"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley.
Haven't seen Second Division Blackburn linked with any World Cup players, have you?

No but at least you have signed the obligatory free transfer from League One who I am sure will fire you to mid-table mediocrity at best.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Premier League club chase World Cup star.... Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old. Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise. Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.[/p][/quote]Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley[/p][/quote]"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley.[/p][/quote]Haven't seen Second Division Blackburn linked with any World Cup players, have you? No but at least you have signed the obligatory free transfer from League One who I am sure will fire you to mid-table mediocrity at best. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 10

3:23pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Deluded Rovers fans at it again. We aren't signing Mesi so we have no ambition. We are signing quality players but they're not world class so we have no ambition. We kept Dyche which shows we have no ambition. 3 of our players made the team of the season but we were lucky with injuries. Our 2 leading scorers were injured but we were lucky it was already too late for anyone to catch us. The 15 points we should have had deducted for playing in claret and blue were not, if they had been we would have been heading for league 1. Our team bus took the team to a league 1 ground once, proving without doubt that's where we're heading. Through the eyes of a disco ball headed Blackburn fan the obvious is glaring - the wrong team went up. The massively indebted average one called Blackburn with players who couldn't string together a really strong push because of the cacophony of hate and bile spewing from their own fans deserve better. To a claret it's all just hilarious. A team sucked dry of confidence by the deluded sort of Blackburn goons posting on here. Yes, watch us closely next season, whilst we turn off Manish as we can't even be bothered to see how you go on in your fantasy journey back to Europe. Like at Leeds, eventually everyone just laughs.
Deluded Rovers fans at it again. We aren't signing Mesi so we have no ambition. We are signing quality players but they're not world class so we have no ambition. We kept Dyche which shows we have no ambition. 3 of our players made the team of the season but we were lucky with injuries. Our 2 leading scorers were injured but we were lucky it was already too late for anyone to catch us. The 15 points we should have had deducted for playing in claret and blue were not, if they had been we would have been heading for league 1. Our team bus took the team to a league 1 ground once, proving without doubt that's where we're heading. Through the eyes of a disco ball headed Blackburn fan the obvious is glaring - the wrong team went up. The massively indebted average one called Blackburn with players who couldn't string together a really strong push because of the cacophony of hate and bile spewing from their own fans deserve better. To a claret it's all just hilarious. A team sucked dry of confidence by the deluded sort of Blackburn goons posting on here. Yes, watch us closely next season, whilst we turn off Manish as we can't even be bothered to see how you go on in your fantasy journey back to Europe. Like at Leeds, eventually everyone just laughs. Claretcert
  • Score: 10

3:29pm Wed 25 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Same old b45tards... always crying.
Same old b45tards... always crying. In Venkys we Trust
  • Score: 3

3:44pm Wed 25 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
village idiot - only dealing in facts?

Bogan
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.[/p][/quote]village idiot - only dealing in facts? Bogan hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -1

3:50pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
village idiot - only dealing in facts?

Bogan
Then never predict again
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.[/p][/quote]village idiot - only dealing in facts? Bogan[/p][/quote]Then never predict again Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

4:26pm Wed 25 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
village idiot - only dealing in facts?

Bogan
Then never predict again
you may not have noticed - but your alter-ego claims only eve to deal in fact - have a word with yourself
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.[/p][/quote]village idiot - only dealing in facts? Bogan[/p][/quote]Then never predict again[/p][/quote]you may not have noticed - but your alter-ego claims only eve to deal in fact - have a word with yourself hasslem hasslem
  • Score: -3

4:37pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Chris P Bacon says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself.

Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself. Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 12

4:57pm Wed 25 Jun 14

mjp 53 says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b. mjp 53
  • Score: 4

5:02pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
village idiot - only dealing in facts?

Bogan
Then never predict again
you may not have noticed - but your alter-ego claims only eve to deal in fact - have a word with yourself
Que?
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.[/p][/quote]village idiot - only dealing in facts? Bogan[/p][/quote]Then never predict again[/p][/quote]you may not have noticed - but your alter-ego claims only eve to deal in fact - have a word with yourself[/p][/quote]Que? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 11

5:05pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Premier League club chase World Cup star....

Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old.

Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise.

Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley
"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley.
If it's big money the I don't want any of it. And Dyche they are sticking to players with a knowledge of playing here, preferably Brits
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Premier League club chase World Cup star.... Burnley are chasing Ecuadorian forward Enner Valencia. The striker has impressed at the World Cup thus far with three goals in two games for Ecuador which has not gone unnoticed leading to a host of Premier League clubs monitoring the 25 year old. Valencia currently plays for Mexican outfit Pachua and following his performances in this summers World Cup a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise. Valencia will face Group E leaders France tonight in Ecuador’s final group game knowing a win would see the South American minnows qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup.[/p][/quote]Its a tough one, Equador or Burnley[/p][/quote]"a big money switch to Europe would be no surprise." So that rules out Bumley.[/p][/quote]If it's big money the I don't want any of it. And Dyche they are sticking to players with a knowledge of playing here, preferably Brits Rob_H2O
  • Score: 13

5:20pm Wed 25 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right!

And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck.

Mega.
And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB.
The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two.
I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same.
In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe.
Who gives a **** what you, a Blackburn goon, thinks about what Premier League Burnley does?

Your jealousy and pettyness is hilarious but also exposes you for the sad deluded lonely fucktard that you really are.

Blackburn fans slated Burnley for signing Mears, Fletcher etc saying they were untried at Premier League level, but they turned out good - and Eagles was signed the season we got promoted - a real Burnley fan would know that you Blackburn trolling fraud.

£20k a week? more like £11k actually, so another day, another incorrect fact from the obsessed one.
Burnley players were on 12k a week in the championship, any real Burnley fan would already know this you fraud, so why would Sordell who is already on 20k a week, sign for less than the current Burnley squad is on. You're a bit dim aren't you? Probably taken too many roundhouses and unlike chuck, you lack knackers
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]69 hours of football where 7.5hrs rendered no result and 61.5hrs did render a result. A quirk of fate. A nine-month long quirk. Yeah, right! And you a big strapping well-built truck driver from Egypt, who lives in Darwen, has a double who lives as Barry Foulds in Wilpshire, who works from home, on the latest laptop whilst simultaneously working the laptop from the cab of the truck. Mega.[/p][/quote]And you are sure that your tin foil helmet will negate alien mind control eh Bobber, it is so because Crispy told you when he was smashing your PB. The new Burnley shirt has a whole new meaning for you two. I must say, I'm massively underwhelmed with this signing. 600 grand for a pretty ordinary dog of war and trousering massive wages of 20k a week for 1 goal every 5 games, Chelsea will be sheitting themselves. Can I get my money back for my ST, the board said they wouldn't make the same mistake as last time, they are doing exactly the same. In fact last time round at least we signed steven fletcher, tyrone mears and chris eagles, Fletcher could hit the back of the net and only cost 3 million, this guy could barely hit a crack pipe.[/p][/quote]Who gives a **** what you, a Blackburn goon, thinks about what Premier League Burnley does? Your jealousy and pettyness is hilarious but also exposes you for the sad deluded lonely fucktard that you really are. Blackburn fans slated Burnley for signing Mears, Fletcher etc saying they were untried at Premier League level, but they turned out good - and Eagles was signed the season we got promoted - a real Burnley fan would know that you Blackburn trolling fraud. £20k a week? more like £11k actually, so another day, another incorrect fact from the obsessed one.[/p][/quote]Burnley players were on 12k a week in the championship, any real Burnley fan would already know this you fraud, so why would Sordell who is already on 20k a week, sign for less than the current Burnley squad is on. You're a bit dim aren't you? Probably taken too many roundhouses and unlike chuck, you lack knackers AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

5:24pm Wed 25 Jun 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.
I sense some hostility in this post
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.[/p][/quote]I sense some hostility in this post AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -10

5:43pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.
I sense some hostility in this post
Sense? You? Give over! No ones buying that Gollum Smesgal
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.[/p][/quote]I sense some hostility in this post[/p][/quote]Sense? You? Give over! No ones buying that Gollum Smesgal Rob_H2O
  • Score: 9

6:47pm Wed 25 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
Burnley are in the Premier League
but you are not and never will be a Premier League team
the last time you were in the Premier League
you got relegated
Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League
next season
The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans
is just a figment of your own imagination
it has nothing to do with football
as for you boasting about your £120 million
all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but you are not and never will be a Premier League team the last time you were in the Premier League you got relegated Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League next season The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans is just a figment of your own imagination it has nothing to do with football as for you boasting about your £120 million all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once jim 2012
  • Score: -7

7:01pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

jim 2012 wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
Burnley are in the Premier League
but you are not and never will be a Premier League team
the last time you were in the Premier League
you got relegated
Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League
next season
The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans
is just a figment of your own imagination
it has nothing to do with football
as for you boasting about your £120 million
all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once
Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they?

Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife.

Sad little dad-less.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but you are not and never will be a Premier League team the last time you were in the Premier League you got relegated Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League next season The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans is just a figment of your own imagination it has nothing to do with football as for you boasting about your £120 million all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they? Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife. Sad little dad-less. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 9

7:11pm Wed 25 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Operation Financial Spanking.

Official Programme of Events......


December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs.

January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits.

February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support.

March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show.

April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers.

May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.
ok thanks for you,r prediction for blackburn rovers
well here is a prediction from me but i will keep it short and sweet
Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Operation Financial Spanking. Official Programme of Events...... December 2014. The Football League will distribute notice of Financial Fair Play sanctions to the non-compliant clubs. January 2015. The non-compliant clubs will be placed under a transfer embargo preventing further investment in the squad until the reported losses are brought in line with the agreed limits. February 2015. Blackburn Rovers transfer lists all players of value and begins the process of making the necessary major cuts to the wage bill. Key players are sold at below market value and the summer 2014 signings of Gary Bowyer are told to step up and accept responsibility with the future of the club at stake. Blackburn Rovers commence a slow and steady decline to the bottom reaches of the Championship. Venky's maintain a safe distance amid the protests, boycotts and marches by the weary and downtrodden Blackburn support. March 2015. A run of defeats condemns Rovers to a place in the bottom three as Gary Bowyer comes under increasing pressure. The cracks are beginning to show. April 2015. The inevitable. Blackburn Rovers relegation is confirmed. Chickens are released onto the pitch, incensed fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the empty directors box. The tears of the no-dads however fall on deaf ears. Just another "once-proud" club that has hit the buffers. May 2015. Venky's announce their intention to withdraw financial support. The funding of Venky's London Limited is stopped and the club is placed into immediate administration.[/p][/quote]ok thanks for you,r prediction for blackburn rovers well here is a prediction from me but i will keep it short and sweet Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League jim 2012
  • Score: -8

7:31pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

Thought the freezer was playing up earlier but when I opened a window I realised that the low annoying whine was actually coming from Blackburn. Broken hearted they are.
Thought the freezer was playing up earlier but when I opened a window I realised that the low annoying whine was actually coming from Blackburn. Broken hearted they are. Claretcert
  • Score: 5

10:01pm Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.
I sense some hostility in this post
Don't worry AP4B - I couldn't bring myself to point out their signing of last season was the homeless Arfield.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.[/p][/quote]I sense some hostility in this post[/p][/quote]Don't worry AP4B - I couldn't bring myself to point out their signing of last season was the homeless Arfield. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -4

10:03pm Wed 25 Jun 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself.

Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts.
Never had a parade myself? Remind me what happened in 1995??
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself. Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts.[/p][/quote]Never had a parade myself? Remind me what happened in 1995?? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -3

10:15pm Wed 25 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
Burnley are in the Premier League
but you are not and never will be a Premier League team
the last time you were in the Premier League
you got relegated
Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League
next season
The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans
is just a figment of your own imagination
it has nothing to do with football
as for you boasting about your £120 million
all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once
Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they?

Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife.

Sad little dad-less.
here is a clue not a Premier League team.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but you are not and never will be a Premier League team the last time you were in the Premier League you got relegated Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League next season The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans is just a figment of your own imagination it has nothing to do with football as for you boasting about your £120 million all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they? Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife. Sad little dad-less.[/p][/quote]here is a clue not a Premier League team. jim 2012
  • Score: -6

10:15pm Wed 25 Jun 14

dallydally says...

Is this the best you Dingles can do? The truth is no one wants to come to the hole that is Burnley nor to join what will be akin to the Titanic come the start of the new season. See you briefly next May as we pass you on the way down with Rovers joining the Premiership once again!
Is this the best you Dingles can do? The truth is no one wants to come to the hole that is Burnley nor to join what will be akin to the Titanic come the start of the new season. See you briefly next May as we pass you on the way down with Rovers joining the Premiership once again! dallydally
  • Score: -2

10:17pm Wed 25 Jun 14

jim 2012 says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
Burnley are in the Premier League
but you are not and never will be a Premier League team
the last time you were in the Premier League
you got relegated
Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League
next season
The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans
is just a figment of your own imagination
it has nothing to do with football
as for you boasting about your £120 million
all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once
Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they?

Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife.

Sad little dad-less.
here is a clue not a Premier League team.
not good enough to stay in the league
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but you are not and never will be a Premier League team the last time you were in the Premier League you got relegated Burnley are still 4/7 to be relegated from the Premier League next season The bitterness and anger that you keep referring to from us rovers fans is just a figment of your own imagination it has nothing to do with football as for you boasting about your £120 million all I will say on that one is good luck don't spend it all at once[/p][/quote]Burnley are in the Premier League but are not a Premier League team. So they are secretly staying in the Championship are they? Utter twaddle. You detest us so much you could cut it with a knife. Sad little dad-less.[/p][/quote]here is a clue not a Premier League team.[/p][/quote]not good enough to stay in the league jim 2012
  • Score: -6

10:30pm Wed 25 Jun 14

stevieclaret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
"BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. "

But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.
We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.
You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc.

Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace.
We will ask Blackburn while we are at it. Haven't u just bought a league 1 player? Pot kettle black. Turf moor great tit strikes again. U should be Mookys sidekick at the tower circus man!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: "BURNLEY are set to unveil Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell as their first pre-Premier League signing, while Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson may not be far behind. " But are these not both Championship players? I therefore don't think you can call Marvin Sordell Premier League. He'll fit in well at Bumley.[/p][/quote]We are Premier League - check it out cuckoo.[/p][/quote]You're visiting the Premier League - there is a massive difference. If you're confused, go ask Oldham, Barnsley, Swindon, Sheff Utd etc. Nice to see Douche is already preparing for life back in the Championship. That may be your saving grace.[/p][/quote]We will ask Blackburn while we are at it. Haven't u just bought a league 1 player? Pot kettle black. Turf moor great tit strikes again. U should be Mookys sidekick at the tower circus man!! stevieclaret
  • Score: 5

10:37pm Wed 25 Jun 14

stevieclaret says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League?

The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious!

Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT
Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT

Anything else is just your wishlist.

Accept it.
And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club".
Premier league assets - not the team obviously!!!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Are Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League? The bitterness and anger seeping from every pore of these simple Rovers invertebrates is hilarious! Burnley are in the Premier League. FACT Burnley football club is now £120million richer. FACT Anything else is just your wishlist. Accept it.[/p][/quote]And we are just another example - although we do still retain Premier League assets and as such is why Blackburn Rovers are well regarded as a "Premier League club".[/p][/quote]Premier league assets - not the team obviously!!! stevieclaret
  • Score: 4

11:02pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Rob_H2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
mjp 53 wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.
At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.
I sense some hostility in this post
Don't worry AP4B - I couldn't bring myself to point out their signing of last season was the homeless Arfield.
Wrap around. Head split conversation.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: Oh - and by the way, please go for the double swoop on Derby, that'll be useful for us in Operation Tradingplaces.[/p][/quote]At least its better than swooping in on Doncaster Rovers, remind me again which division they are in Fake Bubble T*ts ,MT Head, Turf Moor Kn*b.[/p][/quote]I sense some hostility in this post[/p][/quote]Don't worry AP4B - I couldn't bring myself to point out their signing of last season was the homeless Arfield.[/p][/quote]Wrap around. Head split conversation. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 7

11:24pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Ashton.1988 says...

Hahahaha Marvin Sordell is absolute garbage. Couldn't get a kick at Bolton and you are lining him up as your marquee signing & that world class maestro Bryson from Derby. All but relegated by xmas #cyaaaaa
Hahahaha Marvin Sordell is absolute garbage. Couldn't get a kick at Bolton and you are lining him up as your marquee signing & that world class maestro Bryson from Derby. All but relegated by xmas #cyaaaaa Ashton.1988
  • Score: -3

11:40pm Wed 25 Jun 14

owd nick says...

CLARETMINTY wrote:
Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be.
Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season.
Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley).
As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it.

Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City
So he got into the Olympic Squad? Lots of players get into the under 21's, doesn't mean they are great, lets not forget he spend most of last season in the reserves or at best on the bench at Bolton, a side that finished well down the Championship.

Don't you think that if he was good enough to play in the PL he might just have done more at Bolton?

BTW, I don't recall Great Britain actually winning a game at the Olympics, I think the womens team got further.

Get your heads our of your arses guys.

You are being ripped off.
[quote][p][bold]CLARETMINTY[/bold] wrote: Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be. Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season. Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley). As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it. Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City[/p][/quote]So he got into the Olympic Squad? Lots of players get into the under 21's, doesn't mean they are great, lets not forget he spend most of last season in the reserves or at best on the bench at Bolton, a side that finished well down the Championship. Don't you think that if he was good enough to play in the PL he might just have done more at Bolton? BTW, I don't recall Great Britain actually winning a game at the Olympics, I think the womens team got further. Get your heads our of your arses guys. You are being ripped off. owd nick
  • Score: -2

11:54pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Blueandwhitewolf says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League...

I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.
Lmfao at this one. Your replacement for Ings must be a tad disappointing. Although I suppose that it's hard to do the maths with the extra digits. Sordell in for 600k Ings out for 500k! I always said that allardyce would come back to haunt bonleh. Ings to whfc, lol!!!
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: You see Tom, the thing is.... Burnley are in the Premier League... I know it's hard for you to accept but it's true. And not only that, we beat you clowns on the way to promotion.... funny old game init.[/p][/quote]Lmfao at this one. Your replacement for Ings must be a tad disappointing. Although I suppose that it's hard to do the maths with the extra digits. Sordell in for 600k Ings out for 500k! I always said that allardyce would come back to haunt bonleh. Ings to whfc, lol!!! Blueandwhitewolf
  • Score: -2

12:00am Thu 26 Jun 14

Blueandwhitewolf says...

In Venkys we Trust wrote:
You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise.

It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them.

The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation.

Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them.

It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence.

Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever.
Do you actually have a job inbred? Do you pay to watch ont' turf or spy through crack int' stands? Either way you should really try to earn your money, only then will your opinions be valid.
Have you ever been with a woman that's not related to you?
[quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise. It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them. The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation. Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them. It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence. Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever.[/p][/quote]Do you actually have a job inbred? Do you pay to watch ont' turf or spy through crack int' stands? Either way you should really try to earn your money, only then will your opinions be valid. Have you ever been with a woman that's not related to you? Blueandwhitewolf
  • Score: -1

12:05am Thu 26 Jun 14

Claretcert says...

owd nick wrote:
CLARETMINTY wrote:
Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be.
Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season.
Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley).
As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it.

Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City
So he got into the Olympic Squad? Lots of players get into the under 21's, doesn't mean they are great, lets not forget he spend most of last season in the reserves or at best on the bench at Bolton, a side that finished well down the Championship.

Don't you think that if he was good enough to play in the PL he might just have done more at Bolton?

BTW, I don't recall Great Britain actually winning a game at the Olympics, I think the womens team got further.

Get your heads our of your arses guys.

You are being ripped off.
Unlike Blackburn guaranteed a top 2, next season and going straight into champions league based on last 20 years 'in our heads' top 4 PL finish. Not very bright are we? Deluded even? Nosedive versus meteoric rise? Disco ball heads ranters confused little gimps?
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CLARETMINTY[/bold] wrote: Marvin Sordell has worked under Dyche at Watford and as in the report he got into the under 21's and the olympic squad, Obviousley Dyche knows what kind of player he is/can be. Look at the players he changed round last season Arfield out of contract best signing of last season. Kightly brought in on loan (after working with him previousley). As Dyche said after we got promoted he won't go crazy in the market and buy for the sake of buying he will bring players in that will gel with the squad and improve it. Enjoy Rotheram and Brentford away, whilst we go to Chelsea and City[/p][/quote]So he got into the Olympic Squad? Lots of players get into the under 21's, doesn't mean they are great, lets not forget he spend most of last season in the reserves or at best on the bench at Bolton, a side that finished well down the Championship. Don't you think that if he was good enough to play in the PL he might just have done more at Bolton? BTW, I don't recall Great Britain actually winning a game at the Olympics, I think the womens team got further. Get your heads our of your arses guys. You are being ripped off.[/p][/quote]Unlike Blackburn guaranteed a top 2, next season and going straight into champions league based on last 20 years 'in our heads' top 4 PL finish. Not very bright are we? Deluded even? Nosedive versus meteoric rise? Disco ball heads ranters confused little gimps? Claretcert
  • Score: 4

6:46am Thu 26 Jun 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
Ok, so let me get this right Tom.

Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league?

I'm confused?

Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.
Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build.

Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner.

Future turmoil beckons.......
That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself.

Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts.
crispy - remind me who you support?
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: Ok, so let me get this right Tom. Burnley are in the Premier League, but they're not in the Premier League. Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship, but they're not in the Championship because they are a Premier League club? Aren't you now entering your THIRD season in the Championship? Does that not qualify you as a Championship club? What assets make a club a Premier League club? Does the actual league you're in not make you a member of that league? I'm confused? Why don't you accept that we are bigger and better than you and just have done with it. You've boxed yourself into a corner and there is no way out.[/p][/quote]Blackburn Rovers are in the Championship but are still well regarded as a Premier League club in terms of facilities, be that ground, training complex etc etc. The main point being that Rovers have the foundation on which to build. Burnley, by quirk of fate are in the Premier League next season, though even as recent as the beginning of last season were not even regarded as having sufficient resources to be regarded as even a Championship level club with most pundits predicting relegation. This based on their playing staff, ground, training facilities, fan base and general low mental state of their followers/Orks (put that one in for NobH2O). You are now almightly exposed and only ongong good fortune and retaining Douche (IF he's any good at the top level) will prevent disaster. The managerial merry go round suggests Douche will be gone in the next 18 months and your luck will even out. So make hay my friends......the thunderstorm is just round the corner. Future turmoil beckons.......[/p][/quote]That's just far too stupid for words. 'Blackburn Rovers are still well regarded as a Premier League club' by whom, exactly? Elvis Presley is still regarded as being alive in some households and it wouldn't surprise me if yours was one of them. When you can't let go, you know you've got BIG problems. When you can only think to rain on the parade of others, that's because you've never had one yourself. Get some hucking felp and do it quick as there's no turmoil beckoning; it's already here and we can witness it in every one of your endless posts.[/p][/quote]crispy - remind me who you support? hasslem hasslem
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9:51am Thu 26 Jun 14

In Venkys we Trust says...

Blueandwhitewolf wrote:
In Venkys we Trust wrote:
You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise.

It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them.

The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation.

Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them.

It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence.

Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy.

Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever.
Do you actually have a job inbred? Do you pay to watch ont' turf or spy through crack int' stands? Either way you should really try to earn your money, only then will your opinions be valid.
Have you ever been with a woman that's not related to you?
Only yer mam.
[quote][p][bold]Blueandwhitewolf[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]In Venkys we Trust[/bold] wrote: You can't expect to get any acceptance from the Blackburn fans of their new position. They simply cannot process the facts at the moment. I did think it would have started to sink in by now but alas they are still struggling to take in the enormity of our progress and the scale of their own demise. It makes them sick with jealousy and leaves them with only a bitter and twisted wishlist that, should all the items come true, will reverse the last four years and put them back in the Premier League and us below them. The sad truth however is that the horse has already bolted while they are struggling to lock the stable door. The days of Blackburn Rovers as any kind of competition to Burnley FC are now in the past, their future is in the lower leagues whilst we now benefit from the vast wealth of the Premier League and the knowledge that we have achieved this the right way through the hard work and dedication of a very talented and modest group of players, under the supervision of the best young English manager in a generation. Think about it, we have utterly destroyed their dreams. You'll never beat the Rovers?, 34 Years? etc., all taken from them. It's all gone so tragically wrong for them in 4 short years and that's why they cannot function on even a basic level due to the anger and bile that now engulfs their miserable and hate-filled existence. Laugh at them. Laugh at their desperation. Laugh at their jealousy. Blackburn Rovers are staying down forever.[/p][/quote]Do you actually have a job inbred? Do you pay to watch ont' turf or spy through crack int' stands? Either way you should really try to earn your money, only then will your opinions be valid. Have you ever been with a woman that's not related to you?[/p][/quote]Only yer mam. In Venkys we Trust
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1:34pm Thu 26 Jun 14

shauncbfc says...

lots of bitterness between Blackburn and Burnley fans, all good banter! im going to give a non bitter, sensible opinion

not a great signing and not likely to aid our fight for survival. that said, do we want our owners to aim big, spend big money on premiership quality players, and change the way our club is ran? I for sure don't want that.

I trust Dyche to spend wisely and keep us hanging in there. We're a well run club and long may it remain that way. If we don't hang in there, so what?

Which club is in a healthier position right now, I know which turnstiles Id rather be going through
lots of bitterness between Blackburn and Burnley fans, all good banter! im going to give a non bitter, sensible opinion not a great signing and not likely to aid our fight for survival. that said, do we want our owners to aim big, spend big money on premiership quality players, and change the way our club is ran? I for sure don't want that. I trust Dyche to spend wisely and keep us hanging in there. We're a well run club and long may it remain that way. If we don't hang in there, so what? Which club is in a healthier position right now, I know which turnstiles Id rather be going through shauncbfc
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5:20pm Mon 30 Jun 14

S4AWX100 says...

Premeir league club, Championship budget!
Premeir league club, Championship budget! S4AWX100
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