I’ve got plenty to offer, insists Burnley new boy Reid

Reid shows off his Burnley shirt Picture: ANDY FORD

Reid shows off his Burnley shirt Picture: ANDY FORD

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

STEVEN Reid has described his move to Burnley as “the right challenge, the right club and the right manager.”

The former Republic of Ireland international has been reunited with his old Millwall team-mate Sean Dyche at Turf Moor after four years with West Brom.

And after helping to establish the Baggies in the Premier League following their last promotion in 2010, Reid is hoping to have the same influence at Turf Moor.

“The manager wouldn’t have signed me if he didn’t feel I could still do a job on the pitch, so that’s the main thing,” said the versatile right back, who penned a one-year deal yesterday after talks last week.

But despite clocking up a decade in the top flight, six of those seasons with rivals Blackburn Rovers, the 33-year-old knows his first team place is not guaranteed.

“It’s up to me to try to do the business in pre-season.

“The lads that have got the team promoted have done superbly and it’s my job to try to find a way in,” he added.

“I’ve got to be realistic myself and where I’m at in my career and know that I’m not going to play 38 league games next season.

“But as and when the manager needs me and whatever position he sees fit hopefully I’ll be ready to do the job.”

And Reid admitted Dyche was a big factor in his decision to prolong his playing career, after looking into the option to start coaching.

“I did part one of the A licence in the summer, so it’s an avenue that I’m maybe going to look to go down, but playing the amount of Premier League games (16) I did last season I just felt there’s another season in me,” he said.

“To be honest it had to be the right challenge, the right club and the right manager as well and luckily for me it all came together and I’m delighted to sign.

“There wouldn’t have been too many who could have persuaded me to sign a deal, and the manager’s done that here.

“We’d been in contact after I was let go by West Brom but it only started to heat up a little bit over the last couple of weeks.

“I came in last week to have a little look around and have a chat with the manager and a few of the staff and it just went from there.

“I’ve always been in touch with the gaffer for years. We obviously played together at Millwall and he’s been an influence on my career with guidance and advice on and off the pitch.

“There were a couple of clubs interested but as soon as the contract was offered to sign there wasn’t a question in my mind to do it.”

While Reid and the Burnley boss go back many years, early impressions of the Clarets have been positive for Reid, and he believes they are well equipped for another tilt at the top flight.

“It’s a team that can go into the Premier League with no fear, just give it a right go,” he said.

“We’ve seen that the last few years with teams that have got promoted are going to the bigger grounds and getting results, there’s no reason why we can’t do the same this year.”

Meanwhile, Burnley are expected to complete a new deal for young right back Luke O’Neill this week.

The Clarets have a 12-month option on signing the 22-year-old who joined Burnley on an initial two-year deal which expired at the end of last season.

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9:26am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Good experienced cover for Trippier, which is something we have lacked over the last couple of years.

Welcome to the club Steven.

Cue all the Blackburn no-mark scrubbers talking about him being over the hill etc. Yet we at PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley have two right backs that would walk into their pathetic little Second Division team.
Good experienced cover for Trippier, which is something we have lacked over the last couple of years. Welcome to the club Steven. Cue all the Blackburn no-mark scrubbers talking about him being over the hill etc. Yet we at PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley have two right backs that would walk into their pathetic little Second Division team. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 2

9:32am Tue 8 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

Well Steven, you have managed to get almost every Blackburn fan there is commenting so far on your move to Premier League Burnley. I think they are after season tickets at the Turf now such is their interest.
Well Steven, you have managed to get almost every Blackburn fan there is commenting so far on your move to Premier League Burnley. I think they are after season tickets at the Turf now such is their interest. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 3

9:37am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

9:41am Tue 8 Jul 14

tall in the saddle says...

tall in the saddle wrote:
Well Steven, you have managed to get almost every Blackburn fan there is commenting so far on your move to Premier League Burnley. I think they are after season tickets at the Turf now such is their interest.
Of course their interest in Burnley diverts them from reality and the impending move of Rhodes, which will cause the canal at Blackburn to overflow with tears again, like it did on March 9th.
[quote][p][bold]tall in the saddle[/bold] wrote: Well Steven, you have managed to get almost every Blackburn fan there is commenting so far on your move to Premier League Burnley. I think they are after season tickets at the Turf now such is their interest.[/p][/quote]Of course their interest in Burnley diverts them from reality and the impending move of Rhodes, which will cause the canal at Blackburn to overflow with tears again, like it did on March 9th. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 5

9:42am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 8

9:56am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

10:13am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid
Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it.

Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now.

Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid[/p][/quote]Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it. Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now. Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 11

10:18am Tue 8 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -11

10:25am Tue 8 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you.

Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.
And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you. Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -15

10:26am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.
Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up.

Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires.

Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds.

Here endeth the lesson dumbass.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.[/p][/quote]Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up. Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires. Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds. Here endeth the lesson dumbass. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 7

10:35am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid
Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it.

Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now.

Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again.
So, bright lad, after letting Ferdinand and vidic go, thus clearing the decks of defenders, you reckon that even though you have confirmed he can make the step up, they will loan him out when he could simply fill a squad birth at United?
As I said before, visit your doctor and have a brain scan you have been roundhoused too often and are now a gibbering fool.
Ferdinand would be a more likely target for dicky von danaken
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid[/p][/quote]Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it. Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now. Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again.[/p][/quote]So, bright lad, after letting Ferdinand and vidic go, thus clearing the decks of defenders, you reckon that even though you have confirmed he can make the step up, they will loan him out when he could simply fill a squad birth at United? As I said before, visit your doctor and have a brain scan you have been roundhoused too often and are now a gibbering fool. Ferdinand would be a more likely target for dicky von danaken AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -16

10:41am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid
Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it.

Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now.

Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again.
So, bright lad, after letting Ferdinand and vidic go, thus clearing the decks of defenders, you reckon that even though you have confirmed he can make the step up, they will loan him out when he could simply fill a squad birth at United?
As I said before, visit your doctor and have a brain scan you have been roundhoused too often and are now a gibbering fool.
Ferdinand would be a more likely target for dicky von danaken
Where did I say he could make the step up? What I ACTUALLY said was the next stage in his DEVELOPMENT would be to test himself at a Premier League club you simpleton. No need to get angry because you are constantly being proved wrong and horribly exposed as the Slavering Blackburn no-dad that you really are.

Also, I am pretty sure that Van Gaal will be buying plenty of defenders and is hardly likely to put an untried young centre-half into his matchday squad now is he, despite him looking good at an awfully poor mid-table Second Division club like Trampburn Rovers.

Sigh, another day another Blackburn tramp corrected.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]Just like Bryson came, look chuckie boy no point fizzing like an alka seltzer at a few home truths. Man U don't like loaning players to other premier league clubs, I can only think of wifred zaha in recent years going to cardiff, they usually let players go to PL rivals when there is a view to a permanent deal, there is no way United would sell Keane, you need to tell your mate to use the bag more as all those blows you have taken to the head, have left you punch drunk and stupid[/p][/quote]Look, I will try and explain this to you in the simplest terms so that maybe your tiny brain can comprehend it. Keane has proved himself an adequate defender at Championship level, so the next step in his development is to test him in the top league, surely even you with your blue and white blinkers on must be able to see this? Man Utd have a brand shiny new manager, so whatever they did or didn't do in previous years counts for the square root of **** all now. Was the Zaha to Cardiff loan with a view to a permanent deal? No, so it appears that you are talking out of your special place again.[/p][/quote]So, bright lad, after letting Ferdinand and vidic go, thus clearing the decks of defenders, you reckon that even though you have confirmed he can make the step up, they will loan him out when he could simply fill a squad birth at United? As I said before, visit your doctor and have a brain scan you have been roundhoused too often and are now a gibbering fool. Ferdinand would be a more likely target for dicky von danaken[/p][/quote]Where did I say he could make the step up? What I ACTUALLY said was the next stage in his DEVELOPMENT would be to test himself at a Premier League club you simpleton. No need to get angry because you are constantly being proved wrong and horribly exposed as the Slavering Blackburn no-dad that you really are. Also, I am pretty sure that Van Gaal will be buying plenty of defenders and is hardly likely to put an untried young centre-half into his matchday squad now is he, despite him looking good at an awfully poor mid-table Second Division club like Trampburn Rovers. Sigh, another day another Blackburn tramp corrected. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 17

10:41am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.
Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up.

Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires.

Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds.

Here endeth the lesson dumbass.
what about Baird? dumbass and if we paid 500k for Sordell who is worth 33 million, according to you, does that make him better than Suarez who cost liverpool 20 million. I can't wait to see this lad play
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.[/p][/quote]Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up. Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires. Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds. Here endeth the lesson dumbass.[/p][/quote]what about Baird? dumbass and if we paid 500k for Sordell who is worth 33 million, according to you, does that make him better than Suarez who cost liverpool 20 million. I can't wait to see this lad play AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

10:50am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess
Gibbering fool statement number 1
Reid played all his career in the PL
Gibbering statement number 2
We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million.
Gibbering statment number 3,
if we wanted them they would come
Gibbering statement number 4,
Keane would come to Burnley

Gibbering fool? I rest my case
Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess Gibbering fool statement number 1 Reid played all his career in the PL Gibbering statement number 2 We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million. Gibbering statment number 3, if we wanted them they would come Gibbering statement number 4, Keane would come to Burnley Gibbering fool? I rest my case AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

11:11am Tue 8 Jul 14

digitusjonfred says...

Old,has been crock.
Old,has been crock. digitusjonfred
  • Score: -2

11:11am Tue 8 Jul 14

claret len says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you.

Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.
Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you. Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.[/p][/quote]Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating? claret len
  • Score: 11

11:18am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director.
To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.
Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood?

It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.
If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.
Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up.

Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires.

Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds.

Here endeth the lesson dumbass.
what about Baird? dumbass and if we paid 500k for Sordell who is worth 33 million, according to you, does that make him better than Suarez who cost liverpool 20 million. I can't wait to see this lad play
What about Baird you numpty? It is well documented that he didn't want to uproot his young family from his home in Newbury - West Bromwich is just 90 miles away so he could still live at home, Burnley is 220 miles away, so he couldn't. Try and use this as a negative factor if you want, but the truth is somewhat more obvious.

As for the Sordell typo, it just goes to show how desperate you are when you keep jumping on this as a stick to beat me with - the fact is I talk so much sense, that the only thing you can think to have a pop is a typing error - your desperation is actually quite endearing sunshine.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie boy has obviously taken one too many to the head, yesterday claiming we signed sordell for 33 million, must be a director. To stay in the premier league the team needed improving, this signing just makes the squad bigger, we need some quality otherwise we will get steamrollered. A top quality center half would do us the world of good. I can't see Keane coming from Man U but that's the kind of player we need. Then we need a top quality holding midfielder like Jones from the USA national team.[/p][/quote]Why exactly can't you see Keane coming? Is that because you are still hoping and praying to your gypsy Gods that he will come and join Gary Bowyer's Monotone Revolution at BolEwood? It's not happening, face it sunshine if we want him, he will come here, we are a bigger draw, a better club and a club with more prospects than your set of mid-table Second Division underachieving mercenaries.[/p][/quote]If we want him, he will come. Big words there considering the failure to land Bryson, Stanislas turning down your offer and your other general transfer market activity or more to the point inactivity.[/p][/quote]Deary me, the overall intelligence of this site has just lowered considerably now that TTT has rocked up. Again in simplest terms re: Bryson: We weren't about to sign a 28 year old on a five year deal for £25k a week - that's not how we work. If Derby want to, then that is their look out, they will probably be joining Blackburn on the FFP wagon before his contract expires. Stanislas?? I know you are obsessed with him because he is a better winger than anything you have at BolEwood, but the simple fact is he couldn't get a game at a top Championship club like Burnley, we offered him a one year deal as back-up, he chose a three year secure deal at Bournemouth with obviously more game time. I know it sounds far fetched to most Blackburn supporters but sometimes players actually prefer to play, not just sit on the bench earning millions of pounds. Here endeth the lesson dumbass.[/p][/quote]what about Baird? dumbass and if we paid 500k for Sordell who is worth 33 million, according to you, does that make him better than Suarez who cost liverpool 20 million. I can't wait to see this lad play[/p][/quote]What about Baird you numpty? It is well documented that he didn't want to uproot his young family from his home in Newbury - West Bromwich is just 90 miles away so he could still live at home, Burnley is 220 miles away, so he couldn't. Try and use this as a negative factor if you want, but the truth is somewhat more obvious. As for the Sordell typo, it just goes to show how desperate you are when you keep jumping on this as a stick to beat me with - the fact is I talk so much sense, that the only thing you can think to have a pop is a typing error - your desperation is actually quite endearing sunshine. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 13

11:21am Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess
Gibbering fool statement number 1
Reid played all his career in the PL
Gibbering statement number 2
We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million.
Gibbering statment number 3,
if we wanted them they would come
Gibbering statement number 4,
Keane would come to Burnley

Gibbering fool? I rest my case
Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn?

Really?

Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess Gibbering fool statement number 1 Reid played all his career in the PL Gibbering statement number 2 We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million. Gibbering statment number 3, if we wanted them they would come Gibbering statement number 4, Keane would come to Burnley Gibbering fool? I rest my case[/p][/quote]Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn? Really? Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 12

11:49am Tue 8 Jul 14

jim 2012 says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess
Gibbering fool statement number 1
Reid played all his career in the PL
Gibbering statement number 2
We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million.
Gibbering statment number 3,
if we wanted them they would come
Gibbering statement number 4,
Keane would come to Burnley

Gibbering fool? I rest my case
Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn?

Really?

Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.
manchester united or burnley
now that really is Comedy Gold.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess Gibbering fool statement number 1 Reid played all his career in the PL Gibbering statement number 2 We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million. Gibbering statment number 3, if we wanted them they would come Gibbering statement number 4, Keane would come to Burnley Gibbering fool? I rest my case[/p][/quote]Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn? Really? Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.[/p][/quote]manchester united or burnley now that really is Comedy Gold. jim 2012
  • Score: -8

11:52am Tue 8 Jul 14

burnleyglentoran says...

WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 10

11:54am Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess
Gibbering fool statement number 1
Reid played all his career in the PL
Gibbering statement number 2
We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million.
Gibbering statment number 3,
if we wanted them they would come
Gibbering statement number 4,
Keane would come to Burnley

Gibbering fool? I rest my case
Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn?

Really?

Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.
Whats Blackburn got to do with anything? Bryson chose Derby, Stanislas Bournemouth and then there is Baird so looking at this logically, yes Keane would probably choose Blackburn over Burnley, there is a track record of it going on.
You just keep lying to yourself anyway changing subject, whens Ings going to sign? or has he been unsettled now he knows he can double his money elsewhere.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess Gibbering fool statement number 1 Reid played all his career in the PL Gibbering statement number 2 We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million. Gibbering statment number 3, if we wanted them they would come Gibbering statement number 4, Keane would come to Burnley Gibbering fool? I rest my case[/p][/quote]Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn? Really? Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.[/p][/quote]Whats Blackburn got to do with anything? Bryson chose Derby, Stanislas Bournemouth and then there is Baird so looking at this logically, yes Keane would probably choose Blackburn over Burnley, there is a track record of it going on. You just keep lying to yourself anyway changing subject, whens Ings going to sign? or has he been unsettled now he knows he can double his money elsewhere. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -8

11:55am Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 8

11:57am Tue 8 Jul 14

A Darener says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess
Gibbering fool statement number 1
Reid played all his career in the PL
Gibbering statement number 2
We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million.
Gibbering statment number 3,
if we wanted them they would come
Gibbering statement number 4,
Keane would come to Burnley

Gibbering fool? I rest my case
Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn?

Really?

Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.
Do you think he would join a club fighting relegation, with a defence being pummelled every match? Not even the attraction of being in the PL will attract him to your shed.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Chuckie has been roundhoused into roundhouse heaven and is now a blubbing drooling mess Gibbering fool statement number 1 Reid played all his career in the PL Gibbering statement number 2 We paid 500k for Sordell who, not so long ago, changed hands for 33 million. Gibbering statment number 3, if we wanted them they would come Gibbering statement number 4, Keane would come to Burnley Gibbering fool? I rest my case[/p][/quote]Do you think that if Keane had a choice between PREMIER LEAGUE Burnley and mid-table Second Division Blackburn he would choose Blackburn? Really? Ha ha ha ha ha Comedy Gold.[/p][/quote]Do you think he would join a club fighting relegation, with a defence being pummelled every match? Not even the attraction of being in the PL will attract him to your shed. A Darener
  • Score: -5

12:28pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Claret72 says...

Rather than squabble about possible transfers , read something interesting here about how as few as 7 teams will block any proposed changes to ffp , and bring about the Championship transfer embargo starting this January.

http://www.castrust.
org/2014/06/ffpgamec
hangerormuchadoabout
nothing/

Most are already preparing well ...
Rather than squabble about possible transfers , read something interesting here about how as few as 7 teams will block any proposed changes to ffp , and bring about the Championship transfer embargo starting this January. http://www.castrust. org/2014/06/ffpgamec hangerormuchadoabout nothing/ Most are already preparing well ... Claret72
  • Score: 6

12:31pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

12:32pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Tatts says...

If you can just find a time machine and then teleport him back to 2006 then you've got yourself a decent Premier League player.
If you can just find a time machine and then teleport him back to 2006 then you've got yourself a decent Premier League player. Tatts
  • Score: 1

12:53pm Tue 8 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID
Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -8

12:57pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID
What? are Blackburn going to be on MOTD this year??

What?

No?

Oh?

Why?

Because they are ****?

Ahh

Makes Sense
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID[/p][/quote]What? are Blackburn going to be on MOTD this year?? What? No? Oh? Why? Because they are ****? Ahh Makes Sense Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 14

12:58pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rovertheedge says...

I see it, Douche is signing his buddies now, it all makes sense. Most others are rejecting offers, but his 33 year old pal will sign
I see it, Douche is signing his buddies now, it all makes sense. Most others are rejecting offers, but his 33 year old pal will sign Rovertheedge
  • Score: -10

1:13pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Rovertheedge wrote:
I see it, Douche is signing his buddies now, it all makes sense. Most others are rejecting offers, but his 33 year old pal will sign
Aside from Bryson, who has rejected our offer?

Who again have Trampburn signed? Varney - he couldn't get in the shittest Leeds side for years and Brown who is almost 30 and fired Donny to relegation last year and has never got 10 goals in a season before.

Wow, I bet the rest of the Championship are pooing in their pants.
[quote][p][bold]Rovertheedge[/bold] wrote: I see it, Douche is signing his buddies now, it all makes sense. Most others are rejecting offers, but his 33 year old pal will sign[/p][/quote]Aside from Bryson, who has rejected our offer? Who again have Trampburn signed? Varney - he couldn't get in the shittest Leeds side for years and Brown who is almost 30 and fired Donny to relegation last year and has never got 10 goals in a season before. Wow, I bet the rest of the Championship are pooing in their pants. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 15

1:28pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID
65 years, flat face.
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID[/p][/quote]65 years, flat face. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 8

1:34pm Tue 8 Jul 14

burnleyglentoran says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!!

Desparate 2nd division no dads
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!! Desparate 2nd division no dads burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 11

1:44pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

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Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!!

Desparate 2nd division no dads
I agree. So how long do you think it will take?
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!! Desparate 2nd division no dads[/p][/quote]I agree. So how long do you think it will take? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

2:00pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID
65 years, flat face.
Another Gollum ID theft, taken from a username on Clarets Mad. This is a Blackburn fan (allegedly) who pretends to be a Claret or when not copies or modifies IDs of Clarets. Spends from dawn to dusk trawling then trolling Claret sites and in between dreams of the day we ripped away his 35 year cuddle bunny and wakes up weeping. So he will set his Sky+ box (hasn't got sky though) and pore over every match involving the team he hates. Other than a weirdo lurking at dusk and hoping a neighbour forgets to bring in her underwear, is there anyone more creepy than this specimen?
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky + MOTD cant wait, RTID[/p][/quote]65 years, flat face.[/p][/quote]Another Gollum ID theft, taken from a username on Clarets Mad. This is a Blackburn fan (allegedly) who pretends to be a Claret or when not copies or modifies IDs of Clarets. Spends from dawn to dusk trawling then trolling Claret sites and in between dreams of the day we ripped away his 35 year cuddle bunny and wakes up weeping. So he will set his Sky+ box (hasn't got sky though) and pore over every match involving the team he hates. Other than a weirdo lurking at dusk and hoping a neighbour forgets to bring in her underwear, is there anyone more creepy than this specimen? Claretcert
  • Score: 9

2:01pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!!

Desparate 2nd division no dads
It is pathetic that the Blackburn goons crack on about winning the FA Cup eversomany times, when you consider that in the 1880's when Blackburn were at their peak:

The car hadn't been invented

The aeroplane hadn't been invented

Motion pictures hadn't been invented

Queen Victoria was on the throne

Etc etc, more predictably embarrassing posts from the master of the genre.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!! Desparate 2nd division no dads[/p][/quote]It is pathetic that the Blackburn goons crack on about winning the FA Cup eversomany times, when you consider that in the 1880's when Blackburn were at their peak: The car hadn't been invented The aeroplane hadn't been invented Motion pictures hadn't been invented Queen Victoria was on the throne Etc etc, more predictably embarrassing posts from the master of the genre. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 11

2:30pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 7

2:32pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Forever Blue says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
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Never ever will your second rate club ,with a shambles of a wood seated ground , no res side no youth academy, and an excuse for training facilities will never ever get close to taking Blackburn Rovers number 1 spot .
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]Never ever will your second rate club ,with a shambles of a wood seated ground , no res side no youth academy, and an excuse for training facilities will never ever get close to taking Blackburn Rovers number 1 spot . Forever Blue
  • Score: -6

2:38pm Tue 8 Jul 14

George Oghani's Ironing Board says...

Sky+ MOTD,cant wait RTID
Sky+ MOTD,cant wait RTID George Oghani's Ironing Board
  • Score: -2

2:54pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Claretcert says...

George Oghani's Ironing Board wrote:
Sky+ MOTD,cant wait RTID
There are other ways to solve your erectile dysfunction you know -like girls?,Why get off on Burnley? Go out. Meet somebody
[quote][p][bold]George Oghani's Ironing Board[/bold] wrote: Sky+ MOTD,cant wait RTID[/p][/quote]There are other ways to solve your erectile dysfunction you know -like girls?,Why get off on Burnley? Go out. Meet somebody Claretcert
  • Score: 8

3:04pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Forever Blue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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Never ever will your second rate club ,with a shambles of a wood seated ground , no res side no youth academy, and an excuse for training facilities will never ever get close to taking Blackburn Rovers number 1 spot .
Looking forward to Rovers in the Premier League next season are you?

Course you aren't because you are a SECOND division club, whereas we at Burnley are competing in the TOP league in the country.

This simple fact alone makes you the SECOND placed club in East Lancashire, whereas we are THE TOP CLUB IN THE WHOLE OF LANCASHIRE.

Read it and weep matey and run along and peel some bananas with your feet.
[quote][p][bold]Forever Blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]Never ever will your second rate club ,with a shambles of a wood seated ground , no res side no youth academy, and an excuse for training facilities will never ever get close to taking Blackburn Rovers number 1 spot .[/p][/quote]Looking forward to Rovers in the Premier League next season are you? Course you aren't because you are a SECOND division club, whereas we at Burnley are competing in the TOP league in the country. This simple fact alone makes you the SECOND placed club in East Lancashire, whereas we are THE TOP CLUB IN THE WHOLE OF LANCASHIRE. Read it and weep matey and run along and peel some bananas with your feet. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 13

4:32pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Look Up Blackburn says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
A very well argued and thorough evaluation of the two clubs historical performance on a level playing field.

The difficultly for many no-dad's is the simple fact that they have no concept of football prior to 1995. Having been brought up on the pocket money of an old man, who by most accounts spent most of his time away with the fairies, and being funded for so many years to sit in a false position with delusions of superiority, the reality of 2014 is so very difficult for the no-dads to stomach that they simply reject it.

They refuse to accept that they have lost their comfort blanket, which was always pulled out in the event of a Burnley success, no matter how small... it was always there for them to cling to in times of trouble. But alas now it's gone, we have taken it from them in the most humiliating way possible, exposing them for the jumped up nobodies we always knew they were. We have beaten them on their own patch, fair and square, and in style. We have then earned promotion to the Premier League and what is likely to be a minimum £120million windfall...

Blackburn Rovers have meanwhile fallen to pieces, they are a total laughingstock of a football club, debt-ridden, and clinging to false past glories and paid for success to help them sleep at night.

The tables have turned. The playing field has levelled and Blackburn Rovers are now looking up once more at their superior rivals, Burnley FC.

The communal nervous breakdown's being played out in full view on these comments pages is a delight to see. We have utterly destroyed these festering no-marks and continue to do so on a daily basis, and yet STILL they come back for more. Let them, their comments continue to show just how far ahead of them we really are.

Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley
Burnley in the Premier League
Blackburn Rovers heading for financial meltdown

You couldn't make up and ending like this.
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]A very well argued and thorough evaluation of the two clubs historical performance on a level playing field. The difficultly for many no-dad's is the simple fact that they have no concept of football prior to 1995. Having been brought up on the pocket money of an old man, who by most accounts spent most of his time away with the fairies, and being funded for so many years to sit in a false position with delusions of superiority, the reality of 2014 is so very difficult for the no-dads to stomach that they simply reject it. They refuse to accept that they have lost their comfort blanket, which was always pulled out in the event of a Burnley success, no matter how small... it was always there for them to cling to in times of trouble. But alas now it's gone, we have taken it from them in the most humiliating way possible, exposing them for the jumped up nobodies we always knew they were. We have beaten them on their own patch, fair and square, and in style. We have then earned promotion to the Premier League and what is likely to be a minimum £120million windfall... Blackburn Rovers have meanwhile fallen to pieces, they are a total laughingstock of a football club, debt-ridden, and clinging to false past glories and paid for success to help them sleep at night. The tables have turned. The playing field has levelled and Blackburn Rovers are now looking up once more at their superior rivals, Burnley FC. The communal nervous breakdown's being played out in full view on these comments pages is a delight to see. We have utterly destroyed these festering no-marks and continue to do so on a daily basis, and yet STILL they come back for more. Let them, their comments continue to show just how far ahead of them we really are. Blackburn Rovers 1 - 2 Burnley Burnley in the Premier League Blackburn Rovers heading for financial meltdown You couldn't make up and ending like this. Look Up Blackburn
  • Score: 8

4:40pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
[quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -9

4:53pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 16

5:23pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

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for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan.
Epic fail is wanting to be someone else
[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]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.[/p][/quote]But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan. Epic fail is wanting to be someone else AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -11

5:30pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan.
Epic fail is wanting to be someone else
Backtracking of the poorest quality.

You have been exposed, so run along back to Shadsworth you awful degenerate.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [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]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.[/p][/quote]But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan. Epic fail is wanting to be someone else[/p][/quote]Backtracking of the poorest quality. You have been exposed, so run along back to Shadsworth you awful degenerate. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 11

7:28pm Tue 8 Jul 14

midas says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
"I wish I was a Rovers fan" - well why not be one? You do have freedom of choice!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]"I wish I was a Rovers fan" - well why not be one? You do have freedom of choice! midas
  • Score: 5

8:03pm Tue 8 Jul 14

noddy57 says...

Burnley football club reminds me of the old days back in the 60s It,s just a shame your ground is still the same rickety old shack it was all those years ago. Now take Blackburn for instance our greatest ever supporter Jack Walker spent his hard earned money and built a dynasty with some of the best facilities in Europe to boot,,,,l,m proud to be a Blackburn Rovers fan no-matter what division we play in.
Burnley football club reminds me of the old days back in the 60s It,s just a shame your ground is still the same rickety old shack it was all those years ago. Now take Blackburn for instance our greatest ever supporter Jack Walker spent his hard earned money and built a dynasty with some of the best facilities in Europe to boot,,,,l,m proud to be a Blackburn Rovers fan no-matter what division we play in. noddy57
  • Score: -3

8:36pm Tue 8 Jul 14

roverrite says...

I think Burnley are doing what they did last time they went up spending very little and hoping to get a few bargain freebies, and we all know what happend last time, show some ambition , as you will go no where with players of the ilk of is reid injured and Taylor a very poor signing played 3 games last year for whu, and 15 as sub.
I think Burnley are doing what they did last time they went up spending very little and hoping to get a few bargain freebies, and we all know what happend last time, show some ambition , as you will go no where with players of the ilk of is reid injured and Taylor a very poor signing played 3 games last year for whu, and 15 as sub. roverrite
  • Score: -7

8:41pm Tue 8 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
Yeah and we won the cup 6 times you half wits have not, we won the prem you have not
[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]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we won the cup 6 times you half wits have not, we won the prem you have not roverrite
  • Score: -3

8:45pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

midas wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
"I wish I was a Rovers fan" - well why not be one? You do have freedom of choice!
But my family would disown me and my sister would file for divorce.
[quote][p][bold]midas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]"I wish I was a Rovers fan" - well why not be one? You do have freedom of choice![/p][/quote]But my family would disown me and my sister would file for divorce. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -6

8:45pm Tue 8 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!!

Desparate 2nd division no dads
It is pathetic that the Blackburn goons crack on about winning the FA Cup eversomany times, when you consider that in the 1880's when Blackburn were at their peak:

The car hadn't been invented

The aeroplane hadn't been invented

Motion pictures hadn't been invented

Queen Victoria was on the throne

Etc etc, more predictably embarrassing posts from the master of the genre.
You write this on the throne you dim witted ....... jog on dh
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]Winning the FA cup when most of the players had rickets and smoked woodbines,while playing! And claiming it to be honorable!!! Desparate 2nd division no dads[/p][/quote]It is pathetic that the Blackburn goons crack on about winning the FA Cup eversomany times, when you consider that in the 1880's when Blackburn were at their peak: The car hadn't been invented The aeroplane hadn't been invented Motion pictures hadn't been invented Queen Victoria was on the throne Etc etc, more predictably embarrassing posts from the master of the genre.[/p][/quote]You write this on the throne you dim witted ....... jog on dh roverrite
  • Score: -6

8:47pm Tue 8 Jul 14

roverrite says...

Reid "I came in last week to have a look around , and thought what afsh"
Reid "I came in last week to have a look around , and thought what afsh" roverrite
  • Score: -8

8:53pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

roverrite wrote:
Reid "I came in last week to have a look around , and thought what afsh"
and then signed up. You gimp
[quote][p][bold]roverrite[/bold] wrote: Reid "I came in last week to have a look around , and thought what afsh"[/p][/quote]and then signed up. You gimp Rob_H2O
  • Score: 5

8:56pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

roverrite wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn




ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
Yeah and we won the cup 6 times you half wits have not, we won the prem you have not
My goodness, you are one dumb guy.. Really full-on dumb.. As dumb as dumb can really be. Dumb on stilts Now with 25% added extra dumb. Are you special needs - or even extra special needs?
[quote][p][bold]roverrite[/bold] wrote: [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]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we won the cup 6 times you half wits have not, we won the prem you have not[/p][/quote]My goodness, you are one dumb guy.. Really full-on dumb.. As dumb as dumb can really be. Dumb on stilts Now with 25% added extra dumb. Are you special needs - or even extra special needs? Rob_H2O
  • Score: 11

9:01pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn



ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn





ley
wrote:
Rob_H2O wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
WALKERS MONEYS GONE

POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE

WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE


AGAIN
for 65 years in a row it was thus.
So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them?
its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title
How long do you think it will take us to get even?
This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following;

67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake.

126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67.

FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success.

The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4.

General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats.

When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly.

Happy days.
You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan
NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League.

Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan.

An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.
But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan.
Epic fail is wanting to be someone else
Backtracking of the poorest quality.

You have been exposed, so run along back to Shadsworth you awful degenerate.
Quote. "Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa ... we are such Fakes"

Well, well, well. He's com in' out. He wants the world to know. He's goin' to let it show. There's a song in this?

The Return of the ID Fake Villa is approaching! You know he wants to!
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [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]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob_H2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: WALKERS MONEYS GONE POWER-SHIFT COMPLETE WE'RE EAST LANCS NUMBER ONE AGAIN[/p][/quote]for 65 years in a row it was thus.[/p][/quote]So that means for the other 67 years we finished below them? its getting pretty close now, all we need now is to win 6 fa cups 1 league cup and another title and we will be at the same level. Oh not forgetting that they have to beat one team in Europe and finish eighth and win a division 4 title How long do you think it will take us to get even?[/p][/quote]This number, 65, is for banter to counter the 34 years jibe. A bit of fun. However, as you insist, rectally insert the following; 67 + 65 is 142. Football League started 1888, 126 years ago. There is no 142 years, cupcake. 126 minus 65 = 61. So, not 67. FA Cups in the amateur era (rules etc) are not counted (by anyone other than Rovers, laughingly enough). So that's 3 FA cups. The three titles were not won utilising the clubs own resources (i.e. huge money was injected BEFORE the trophies were lifted), thus they weren't earned. The League Cup is a clean success. The Clarets have won two titles, 1 FA Cup and 2 Charity Shields. That's five clean trophies to Rovers 4. General background. In the 65 years between Rovers 1928 FA Cup win and the 1995 lifting of the Premiership, Burnley won more trophies, spent more years in the top flight, had more top 3 finishes, fielded more international players and were ahead in the East Lancs Derby stats. When resources are equally allocated we beat you constantly. Happy days.[/p][/quote]You are correct, the football league formed in 1888 and as Burnley weren't in it none of our honours count at all. Only those in it from the beginnings honours count. That means we at Burnley are nothing, and those bstards at Blackburn are the greatest team in the history of the game. We ate such fakes. I wish I was a Rovers fan[/p][/quote]NEWSFLASH: Burnley WERE actually founder members of the Football League. Ouch, Basic footballing knowledge that any eight year old Clarets fan knows - Another Pounding finally exposed as a Rovers fan. An Epic Fail of gigantic proportions.[/p][/quote]But as Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa, who were already in it so it doesn't count, thats why I said we are such fakes and why I wish I was a Rovers fan. Epic fail is wanting to be someone else[/p][/quote]Backtracking of the poorest quality. You have been exposed, so run along back to Shadsworth you awful degenerate.[/p][/quote]Quote. "Burnley wanted to be Aston Villa ... we are such Fakes" Well, well, well. He's com in' out. He wants the world to know. He's goin' to let it show. There's a song in this? The Return of the ID Fake Villa is approaching! You know he wants to! Rob_H2O
  • Score: 13

9:40pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

There is no getting around historical facts, we at Burnley are just a token gesture in the PL and Rovers are far bigger, at least I admit it. My fellow Burnley fans will see when we play Chelsea it will be like Brazil versus Germany, shocking, shocking and head burying embarrassing.
There is no getting around historical facts, we at Burnley are just a token gesture in the PL and Rovers are far bigger, at least I admit it. My fellow Burnley fans will see when we play Chelsea it will be like Brazil versus Germany, shocking, shocking and head burying embarrassing. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -12

10:06pm Tue 8 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

claret len wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you.

Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.
Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?
Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again.....
[quote][p][bold]claret len[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you. Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.[/p][/quote]Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?[/p][/quote]Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again..... TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -13

10:32pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Anyway, as Ings signed a new contract on Monday night, because someone witnessed it in the corner shop when buying a bottle of pop in Clitheroe, where is the picture?
Maybe 1 goal every 5 games sordell has made him think again as he might not get in with such a prolific track record
Anyway, as Ings signed a new contract on Monday night, because someone witnessed it in the corner shop when buying a bottle of pop in Clitheroe, where is the picture? Maybe 1 goal every 5 games sordell has made him think again as he might not get in with such a prolific track record AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -13

10:50pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Brazil,its just like watching Brazil, just like watching Brazil
Brazil,its just like watching Brazil, just like watching Brazil AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -4

2:31am Wed 9 Jul 14

Oz Rover says...

How very underwhelming. Though it's to be expected given the rest if the underwhelming signings as well.....
How very underwhelming. Though it's to be expected given the rest if the underwhelming signings as well..... Oz Rover
  • Score: -3

7:06am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

Oz Rover wrote:
How very underwhelming. Though it's to be expected given the rest if the underwhelming signings as well.....
I know. A whelk and a lump. Poor Rovers. Who are you signing next. The Hulk? Mega.
[quote][p][bold]Oz Rover[/bold] wrote: How very underwhelming. Though it's to be expected given the rest if the underwhelming signings as well.....[/p][/quote]I know. A whelk and a lump. Poor Rovers. Who are you signing next. The Hulk? Mega. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 3

7:08am Wed 9 Jul 14

Rob_H2O says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
There is no getting around historical facts, we at Burnley are just a token gesture in the PL and Rovers are far bigger, at least I admit it. My fellow Burnley fans will see when we play Chelsea it will be like Brazil versus Germany, shocking, shocking and head burying embarrassing.
Always so positive about your beloved Clarets. We did not see this one coming.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: There is no getting around historical facts, we at Burnley are just a token gesture in the PL and Rovers are far bigger, at least I admit it. My fellow Burnley fans will see when we play Chelsea it will be like Brazil versus Germany, shocking, shocking and head burying embarrassing.[/p][/quote]Always so positive about your beloved Clarets. We did not see this one coming. Rob_H2O
  • Score: 2

7:22am Wed 9 Jul 14

claret len says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
claret len wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you.

Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.
Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?
Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again.....
Brazilian now are you?

No. Just a dull, attention seeking troll. This is your entire world isn't it. Your parents must be so proud of you.

The sooner you're kicked off here the better.
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]claret len[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you. Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.[/p][/quote]Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?[/p][/quote]Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again.....[/p][/quote]Brazilian now are you? No. Just a dull, attention seeking troll. This is your entire world isn't it. Your parents must be so proud of you. The sooner you're kicked off here the better. claret len
  • Score: 3

9:41am Wed 9 Jul 14

TurfMoorTom says...

claret len wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
claret len wrote:
TurfMoorTom wrote:
And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you.

Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.
Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?
Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again.....
Brazilian now are you?

No. Just a dull, attention seeking troll. This is your entire world isn't it. Your parents must be so proud of you.

The sooner you're kicked off here the better.
No that was humour and obviously lost on you. Strange really as it looks like you've signed a few jokers.
[quote][p][bold]claret len[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]claret len[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: And hey Chuckie - why don't you quickly tot up how many of our cast-offs have come you way over the last few years and then look how many we've taken from you. Bumley FC - always in Rovers shadow.[/p][/quote]Does this mean you given up pretending to be a claret again or did you forget which username you were operating?[/p][/quote]Never been so insulted. I'm a Brazil Claret. Bad night tonight - feels like the April Fool Day Massacre all over again.....[/p][/quote]Brazilian now are you? No. Just a dull, attention seeking troll. This is your entire world isn't it. Your parents must be so proud of you. The sooner you're kicked off here the better.[/p][/quote]No that was humour and obviously lost on you. Strange really as it looks like you've signed a few jokers. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 1

9:41am Wed 9 Jul 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Another Pounding has been exposed AGAIN as a slavering Blackburn goon on the Luke O Neill thread - he mentions Burnley with the words 'YOU'D have been better off signing Brown'

Embarrassing for him that he keeps this up, his alter-ego Turf Moor Tom started life as a Burnley fan but eventually got exposed because of his inane stupidity, so hopefully Another Pounding will at last admit he is a Rovers no-dad - once he has admitted he needs help, it will be easier for him.
Another Pounding has been exposed AGAIN as a slavering Blackburn goon on the Luke O Neill thread - he mentions Burnley with the words 'YOU'D have been better off signing Brown' Embarrassing for him that he keeps this up, his alter-ego Turf Moor Tom started life as a Burnley fan but eventually got exposed because of his inane stupidity, so hopefully Another Pounding will at last admit he is a Rovers no-dad - once he has admitted he needs help, it will be easier for him. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 0

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