Blackburn Rovers fans put trust in Garner

Blackburn Rovers legend Simon Garner has joined a fans’ campaign to bring the club into community ownership.

The club’s record league goal scorer has become a non-executive director of Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust, who are aiming to take ownership of Rovers.

Garner will appear at a special question and answer session the trust has organised for invited guests on Saturday.

The former striker, who scored 168 goals in 474 league appearances between 1978 and 1992, said: “I firmly believe the future of the club would be best served if the supporters were in control and guiding it forward.

“Blackburn Rovers is still very close to my heart. I spent the majority of my football career at Ewood Park and I will always be a Rovers supporter.

“It would be great if other former players also joined up. I know when I was at Blackburn all the players had a special feeling for the club.”

The trust is the brainchild of Wayne Wild, director of Darwen-based WEC Group Limited and finance expert Daniel Grabko.

Other high profile figures who are backing the trust include local MPs Jack Straw, Jake Berry and Graham Jones.

The aim of the investment trust is to raise funds to buy the club by issuing a sufficient number of shares to meet a realistic valuation at the time of purchase.

Wild said: “At this stage we are asking Blackburn Rovers supporters if they would be willing to buy a share in the club. The more fans who pledge to buy a share, the stronger and more credible our bid will become.”

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10:24am Wed 18 Apr 12

Frisson says...

Get Wayne Hemmingway involved as well. He is a big rovers fan with loads of dosh!!!
Get Wayne Hemmingway involved as well. He is a big rovers fan with loads of dosh!!! Frisson

10:39am Wed 18 Apr 12

RTID_norway says...

Great to have him onboard! Hopefully the takeover can become a reality in the not-so-distant future! Question is, would Venkys want to sell? Hopefully when we are relegated and the figures for ST renewals are in they will, and we can start rebuilding this once proud club sooner rather then later!


Visit http://www.brsit.co.
uk/ and sign up for your share!
Great to have him onboard! Hopefully the takeover can become a reality in the not-so-distant future! Question is, would Venkys want to sell? Hopefully when we are relegated and the figures for ST renewals are in they will, and we can start rebuilding this once proud club sooner rather then later! Visit http://www.brsit.co. uk/ and sign up for your share! RTID_norway

10:40am Wed 18 Apr 12

burner says...

Too late. Will be on the march on Saturday but will NOT be entering the ground. I am deeply saddened.
Too late. Will be on the march on Saturday but will NOT be entering the ground. I am deeply saddened. burner

10:41am Wed 18 Apr 12

a_true_blue says...

thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES.
BRFC FOR EVER
venkys, kean and ja leave now
thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now a_true_blue

10:44am Wed 18 Apr 12

a_true_blue says...

still wish i could spell
still wish i could spell a_true_blue

10:49am Wed 18 Apr 12

hasslem hasslem says...

good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis.
.
time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.
good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers. hasslem hasslem

11:05am Wed 18 Apr 12

gudari says...

Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!!
Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!! gudari

11:06am Wed 18 Apr 12

ChrisAcc says...

Thought Graham Jones was MP for Hyndburn,who have there own football team,Accrington Stanley !! Sorry one of the many that are from Accrington that go down to Ewood to watch whoever Rovers are playing.
Thought Graham Jones was MP for Hyndburn,who have there own football team,Accrington Stanley !! Sorry one of the many that are from Accrington that go down to Ewood to watch whoever Rovers are playing. ChrisAcc

11:16am Wed 18 Apr 12

Only1Garner says...

Lets get Givet involved, as one thing is for sure he can march on saturday as he won't be playing.
NUMPTY OUT!!!
Lets get Givet involved, as one thing is for sure he can march on saturday as he won't be playing. NUMPTY OUT!!! Only1Garner

11:30am Wed 18 Apr 12

Rishtonian says...

Venky’s need to sell up
Even if they did sack Kean
Would any self respecting manager work for them?????
OUT with Venky’s
Then we will also be rid of back stabbing Kean
Venky’s need to sell up Even if they did sack Kean Would any self respecting manager work for them????? OUT with Venky’s Then we will also be rid of back stabbing Kean Rishtonian

11:33am Wed 18 Apr 12

A Darener says...

What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around.

"There's only one Jack Walker".

Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.
What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around. "There's only one Jack Walker". Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there. A Darener

11:37am Wed 18 Apr 12

philmoulden says...

At last ,some good news ,something we have been denied for 18 long months , proper people taking charge of OUR Football club once more, use your season ticket money to put towards a share , dont give anything to the venkys ,trust in the people with Rovers at heart , BRING IT ON
KEAN OUT
VENKYS OUT
ANDERSON OUT
At last ,some good news ,something we have been denied for 18 long months , proper people taking charge of OUR Football club once more, use your season ticket money to put towards a share , dont give anything to the venkys ,trust in the people with Rovers at heart , BRING IT ON KEAN OUT VENKYS OUT ANDERSON OUT philmoulden

11:38am Wed 18 Apr 12

Rishtonian says...

if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back Rishtonian

11:41am Wed 18 Apr 12

philmoulden says...

ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER philmoulden

11:41am Wed 18 Apr 12

A Darener says...

Rishtonian wrote:
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back
I would willingly renew my season ticket at a greater price if the Venky's cleared off. But until that happens I am not renewing.
[quote][p][bold]Rishtonian[/bold] wrote: if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back[/p][/quote]I would willingly renew my season ticket at a greater price if the Venky's cleared off. But until that happens I am not renewing. A Darener

11:42am Wed 18 Apr 12

flyingv1 says...

gudari wrote:
Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!!
Please enlighten us all further regarding your statement, or are you only able to write short sentences?
[quote][p][bold]gudari[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!![/p][/quote]Please enlighten us all further regarding your statement, or are you only able to write short sentences? flyingv1

11:42am Wed 18 Apr 12

Iiii1111 says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis.
.
time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.
What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-)
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.[/p][/quote]What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-) Iiii1111

11:45am Wed 18 Apr 12

Iiii1111 says...

A Darener wrote:
What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around.

"There's only one Jack Walker".

Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.
What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis a rovers millionaire from another time...thinking more like the early 90's!
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around. "There's only one Jack Walker". Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.[/p][/quote]What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis a rovers millionaire from another time...thinking more like the early 90's! Iiii1111

11:49am Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.
Exactly. Together with anybody else with any connection to Rovers.

Credibility is key.

Rippers is with a firm of solicitors as well - useful contact to have.

A Darener - Searching for a sugar daddy or expecting one to come forward is pie in the sky.

And if anybody comes on saying "Be careful what you wish for", you have my permission to go 'round and beat them with a stick...
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.[/p][/quote]Exactly. Together with anybody else with any connection to Rovers. Credibility is key. Rippers is with a firm of solicitors as well - useful contact to have. A Darener - Searching for a sugar daddy or expecting one to come forward is pie in the sky. And if anybody comes on saying "Be careful what you wish for", you have my permission to go 'round and beat them with a stick... samsno2millfan

11:51am Wed 18 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis.
.
time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.
What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-)
'Bulls Eye' the one and only Jim Bowen...............


or maybe we could recruit that slippery snake Alister Campbell ! On second thoughts, maybe not !

How about Maggie 'T' she knows a thing a two about dismantling an industry. Ruining lives and community's !

He - He !
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.[/p][/quote]What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-)[/p][/quote]'Bulls Eye' the one and only Jim Bowen............... or maybe we could recruit that slippery snake Alister Campbell ! On second thoughts, maybe not ! How about Maggie 'T' she knows a thing a two about dismantling an industry. Ruining lives and community's ! He - He ! Road Runner Road Runner

12:05pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

Rishtonian wrote:
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back
Even with 20k ST's it would take 20 years - unless you mean ALL the ST income, which would make it about 5 or 6.

Of course somebody would have to cover the 7 or 8 mill. (or thereabouts) a year ST sales would have brought in to the club.

Forget sugar daddies - look at the more realistic options.
[quote][p][bold]Rishtonian[/bold] wrote: if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back[/p][/quote]Even with 20k ST's it would take 20 years - unless you mean ALL the ST income, which would make it about 5 or 6. Of course somebody would have to cover the 7 or 8 mill. (or thereabouts) a year ST sales would have brought in to the club. Forget sugar daddies - look at the more realistic options. samsno2millfan

12:05pm Wed 18 Apr 12

onlyonesimongarner says...

It is only going to work is the supporters pledge to do this. We need some high profile people to publicise this campaign , but lets be honest non of the above have the dosh to by our the Chicken Farmers.
But watch this space, there are strong rumours of a Walker Trust Buy Back.
It is only going to work is the supporters pledge to do this. We need some high profile people to publicise this campaign , but lets be honest non of the above have the dosh to by our the Chicken Farmers. But watch this space, there are strong rumours of a Walker Trust Buy Back. onlyonesimongarner

12:07pm Wed 18 Apr 12

hasslem hasslem says...

there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust. hasslem hasslem

12:15pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

We all know that this as nothing to do with just poor result's concerning Kean and so does he.

Divisive and Complicity are the allegations that we put to them ?

I say this, how many years have 'THEM AND HIM' had involvement in OUR club BRFC ?

18 months

How many years have, we, the supporter had ?

Thousands of years combined in our 136 year old history.

I know who I believe in this awful forsaken situation.

What is the agenda of ALL BRFC supporters ?

Is it to oust THEM and HIM for no other reason than gross mismanagement or is because we are dullards and are selfish in our aims ?

Thousands of years we have combined in supporting our club. I would suggest our voice, our reasoning is totally justified in asking for a transparency that befits the running of BRFC.

In a nutshell someone said the previous day:

Relegation is a part of football that we all accept. Being TAKEN DOWN is a whole different matter.

On that premise I do voice my disapproval and insist that, we, as fellow BRFC supporters with a conscience stand up and be counted in this matter until we have the answer(s) that allows for our club to regain that which as been built over our history.

Arte et labore
We all know that this as nothing to do with just poor result's concerning Kean and so does he. Divisive and Complicity are the allegations that we put to them ? I say this, how many years have 'THEM AND HIM' had involvement in OUR club BRFC ? 18 months How many years have, we, the supporter had ? Thousands of years combined in our 136 year old history. I know who I believe in this awful forsaken situation. What is the agenda of ALL BRFC supporters ? Is it to oust THEM and HIM for no other reason than gross mismanagement or is because we are dullards and are selfish in our aims ? Thousands of years we have combined in supporting our club. I would suggest our voice, our reasoning is totally justified in asking for a transparency that befits the running of BRFC. In a nutshell someone said the previous day: Relegation is a part of football that we all accept. Being TAKEN DOWN is a whole different matter. On that premise I do voice my disapproval and insist that, we, as fellow BRFC supporters with a conscience stand up and be counted in this matter until we have the answer(s) that allows for our club to regain that which as been built over our history. Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner

12:19pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Not sure this add's up from a financial viewpoint at present but when we hit league 2 and there is no more parachute payments for Venkys they may listen then?
.
But good luck guys as I know you mean well and have the club at heart.
.
34th.......
Not sure this add's up from a financial viewpoint at present but when we hit league 2 and there is no more parachute payments for Venkys they may listen then? . But good luck guys as I know you mean well and have the club at heart. . 34th....... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

12:19pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Not sure this add's up from a financial viewpoint at present but when we hit league 2 and there is no more parachute payments for Venkys they may listen then?
.
But good luck guys as I know you mean well and have the club at heart.
.
34th.......
Not sure this add's up from a financial viewpoint at present but when we hit league 2 and there is no more parachute payments for Venkys they may listen then? . But good luck guys as I know you mean well and have the club at heart. . 34th....... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

12:26pm Wed 18 Apr 12

A Darener says...

Ewood Park ticket office staff, Rachel Shepherd (left) and Lucie Weddle, are pictured holding a clutch of the new season tickets which are now on sale.
Quote above from
Rovers web site. Hopefully on the 30th they will have an even bigger clutch to hang onto.
Ewood Park ticket office staff, Rachel Shepherd (left) and Lucie Weddle, are pictured holding a clutch of the new season tickets which are now on sale. Quote above from Rovers web site. Hopefully on the 30th they will have an even bigger clutch to hang onto. A Darener

12:30pm Wed 18 Apr 12

jackmetickler says...

god bless him... now there no stopping us...

We have to be ready with a viable alternative to liquidation when the administrators takeover should there not be a suitable buyer come along.

As much forward planning as possible and organising funds and pledges will make the task so much easier when it happens...
just look at Pompey.... there supporters trust has been organised at last minute and now they are struggling to be ready with viable funds before the administrators chose liquidation... ... hope they make it though cos they great set of fans.
god bless him... now there no stopping us... We have to be ready with a viable alternative to liquidation when the administrators takeover should there not be a suitable buyer come along. As much forward planning as possible and organising funds and pledges will make the task so much easier when it happens... just look at Pompey.... there supporters trust has been organised at last minute and now they are struggling to be ready with viable funds before the administrators chose liquidation... ... hope they make it though cos they great set of fans. jackmetickler

12:33pm Wed 18 Apr 12

bankhall says...

if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back hahah as usual you jibbs fans are counting with your 4 fingers lol
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back hahah as usual you jibbs fans are counting with your 4 fingers lol bankhall

12:40pm Wed 18 Apr 12

nil bye mouth says...

HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.
HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED. nil bye mouth

1:04pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Iiii1111 says...

This £1000(x20k) per fan is never ever going to get off the ground, come to think of it we’d would struggle to get 20k x £100 per fan…….perhaps if Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust could get some sort of loan deal from a bank with monthly or yearly repayments (interest rates being at an all-time low) to service the loan then that might be a way……Would initially need 20k sign up and pledge to a 5 year pay back deal…in return..not only a share in BRFC, but also a free season ticket (cheapest seats) for the 5 years- more expensive seats ST there’d be a supplement added ….. in effect it would cost everyone £200+ interest a season, only similar to most fans expenditure now.. ………funding the team in-effect with no gate receipts could be the problem.
This £1000(x20k) per fan is never ever going to get off the ground, come to think of it we’d would struggle to get 20k x £100 per fan…….perhaps if Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust could get some sort of loan deal from a bank with monthly or yearly repayments (interest rates being at an all-time low) to service the loan then that might be a way……Would initially need 20k sign up and pledge to a 5 year pay back deal…in return..not only a share in BRFC, but also a free season ticket (cheapest seats) for the 5 years- more expensive seats ST there’d be a supplement added ….. in effect it would cost everyone £200+ interest a season, only similar to most fans expenditure now.. ………funding the team in-effect with no gate receipts could be the problem. Iiii1111

1:08pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

nil bye mouth wrote:
HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.
Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend:

John Bond ?

Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ?

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]nil bye mouth[/bold] wrote: HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.[/p][/quote]Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend: John Bond ? Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ? Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner

1:33pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Billypieman says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
nil bye mouth wrote:
HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.
Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend:

John Bond ?

Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ?

Arte et labore
Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations.
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nil bye mouth[/bold] wrote: HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.[/p][/quote]Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend: John Bond ? Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ? Arte et labore[/p][/quote]Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations. Billypieman

1:33pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Sherwoodforest says...

Rishtonian wrote:
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back
what a fantastic idea

www.brsit.co.uk

www.brfcactiongroup.
co.uk

as delia once said "lets be avin you"
[quote][p][bold]Rishtonian[/bold] wrote: if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back[/p][/quote]what a fantastic idea www.brsit.co.uk www.brfcactiongroup. co.uk as delia once said "lets be avin you" Sherwoodforest

1:37pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Sherwoodforest says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
This £1000(x20k) per fan is never ever going to get off the ground, come to think of it we’d would struggle to get 20k x £100 per fan…….perhaps if Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust could get some sort of loan deal from a bank with monthly or yearly repayments (interest rates being at an all-time low) to service the loan then that might be a way……Would initially need 20k sign up and pledge to a 5 year pay back deal…in return..not only a share in BRFC, but also a free season ticket (cheapest seats) for the 5 years- more expensive seats ST there’d be a supplement added ….. in effect it would cost everyone £200+ interest a season, only similar to most fans expenditure now.. ………funding the team in-effect with no gate receipts could be the problem.
and another great idea


www.brsit.co.uk

www.brfcactiongroup.

co.uk


as bruce lee once said " long tongues have empty heads"
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: This £1000(x20k) per fan is never ever going to get off the ground, come to think of it we’d would struggle to get 20k x £100 per fan…….perhaps if Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust could get some sort of loan deal from a bank with monthly or yearly repayments (interest rates being at an all-time low) to service the loan then that might be a way……Would initially need 20k sign up and pledge to a 5 year pay back deal…in return..not only a share in BRFC, but also a free season ticket (cheapest seats) for the 5 years- more expensive seats ST there’d be a supplement added ….. in effect it would cost everyone £200+ interest a season, only similar to most fans expenditure now.. ………funding the team in-effect with no gate receipts could be the problem.[/p][/quote]and another great idea www.brsit.co.uk www.brfcactiongroup. co.uk as bruce lee once said " long tongues have empty heads" Sherwoodforest

1:41pm Wed 18 Apr 12

j bee says...

gudari wrote:
Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!!
garner no experience of top flight football not good enough , dont take notice of him
[quote][p][bold]gudari[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!![/p][/quote]garner no experience of top flight football not good enough , dont take notice of him j bee

2:04pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Heelwalker.1 says...

Billypieman wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
nil bye mouth wrote:
HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.
Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend:

John Bond ?

Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ?

Arte et labore
Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations.
Come on reply..Nil by Brain.
[quote][p][bold]Billypieman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nil bye mouth[/bold] wrote: HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.[/p][/quote]Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend: John Bond ? Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ? Arte et labore[/p][/quote]Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations.[/p][/quote]Come on reply..Nil by Brain. Heelwalker.1

2:25pm Wed 18 Apr 12

nellymatt says...

what about jack walkers son who runs walkersteel, imagine that if he bought the club
what about jack walkers son who runs walkersteel, imagine that if he bought the club nellymatt

2:31pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Bombay Duck Club says...

It's about time that those 2 Blackburn playing legends SHEARER and SAVAGE spoke out. It is a disgrace that from their media platforms they have not subjected Kean to severe criticism for his utter incompetence, and an even worse omission that they have
not condemned Venky's as unfit to own a football club. BRFC contributed greatly to the careers of these two players (and vic a-versa) so it has been very disappointing that they have not been assisting the fans efforts to get rid of these parasites.
Best wishes to all fans for an emphatic demonstration on Saturday that leaves Venky's and Kean in no doubt that they should not show their hideous faces at Ewood Park again.
VENK'S OUT! KEAN OUT!
It's about time that those 2 Blackburn playing legends SHEARER and SAVAGE spoke out. It is a disgrace that from their media platforms they have not subjected Kean to severe criticism for his utter incompetence, and an even worse omission that they have not condemned Venky's as unfit to own a football club. BRFC contributed greatly to the careers of these two players (and vic a-versa) so it has been very disappointing that they have not been assisting the fans efforts to get rid of these parasites. Best wishes to all fans for an emphatic demonstration on Saturday that leaves Venky's and Kean in no doubt that they should not show their hideous faces at Ewood Park again. VENK'S OUT! KEAN OUT! Bombay Duck Club

2:36pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Jimmy Jambone says...

A Darener wrote:
What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around.

"There's only one Jack Walker".

Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.
Absolutely typical of a Rover. Never look for solutions within themselves, don't try to create your own greatness through hard work - just stamp your feet and ask for a handout from someone in order to inflate your value beyond that what it actually is.

That's the reason you're in the situation you are in and the reason everyone is laughing at you. Blackburn Rovers are the beggars of English football.

Moochers and Looters the lot of you.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around. "There's only one Jack Walker". Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.[/p][/quote]Absolutely typical of a Rover. Never look for solutions within themselves, don't try to create your own greatness through hard work - just stamp your feet and ask for a handout from someone in order to inflate your value beyond that what it actually is. That's the reason you're in the situation you are in and the reason everyone is laughing at you. Blackburn Rovers are the beggars of English football. Moochers and Looters the lot of you. Jimmy Jambone

2:41pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Ralph Jones says...

I think it's a good idea to offer shares in the club. count me in.
I think it's a good idea to offer shares in the club. count me in. Ralph Jones

2:58pm Wed 18 Apr 12

MxMave says...

Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis.
.
time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.
What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-)
'Bulls Eye' the one and only Jim Bowen...............



or maybe we could recruit that slippery snake Alister Campbell ! On second thoughts, maybe not !

How about Maggie 'T' she knows a thing a two about dismantling an industry. Ruining lives and community's !

He - He !
Lee Mack!
[quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: good to know garner is on board, i hope he is doing it for gratis. . time to get the likes of gally, wilcox and hendry on too. surely, people like don mackay could have a do. rippers still lives local but not sure he has any emotional attachment to rovers.[/p][/quote]What about Doctor Who, perhaps he could tardis the regime to another world…..oh wait a mo they are on another planet :-)[/p][/quote]'Bulls Eye' the one and only Jim Bowen............... or maybe we could recruit that slippery snake Alister Campbell ! On second thoughts, maybe not ! How about Maggie 'T' she knows a thing a two about dismantling an industry. Ruining lives and community's ! He - He ![/p][/quote]Lee Mack! MxMave

3:09pm Wed 18 Apr 12

MORTEN GAMST 84 says...

From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford.
From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford. MORTEN GAMST 84

3:15pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

AND ON THE EIGHTH DAY GOD CREATED GARNER!
AND ON THE EIGHTH DAY GOD CREATED GARNER! blueandwhite1971

3:19pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
MORT
WEZ
RRR
RTID.
ARTE ET LABORE!
THE ROVERS ARE TAKING THEIR CLUB BACK!
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. MORT WEZ RRR RTID. ARTE ET LABORE! THE ROVERS ARE TAKING THEIR CLUB BACK! blueandwhite1971

3:24pm Wed 18 Apr 12

lowelife says...

MORTEN GAMST 84 wrote:
From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford.
Inaction is not an option!
Remember the words of Edmund Burke:-
"All that is needed for evil to suceed is that decent human beings do nothing".
[quote][p][bold]MORTEN GAMST 84[/bold] wrote: From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford.[/p][/quote]Inaction is not an option! Remember the words of Edmund Burke:- "All that is needed for evil to suceed is that decent human beings do nothing". lowelife

3:26pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

lowelife wrote:
MORTEN GAMST 84 wrote:
From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford.
Inaction is not an option!
Remember the words of Edmund Burke:-
"All that is needed for evil to suceed is that decent human beings do nothing".
IDLE HANDS DO THE DEVILS WORK. LETS GET GRAFTING.


ARTE ET LABORE!
ARTE ET LABORE!
ARTE ET LABORE!
[quote][p][bold]lowelife[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MORTEN GAMST 84[/bold] wrote: From the moment Big Sam was sacked it has been a club ran like a pub team with a pub team manager, the mainstream media don't seem to have said much about this whole situation apart from its Blackburn fans fault and Kean has handled it with dignity, all the lies about players contracts dignity?drink driving dignity?..a clueless manager with overpaid lazy players and the worse ever owners, lets make Saturday the biggest protest ever in premier league histoy, after the match stay and shout for venkys out for hours, lets hope someone takes notice, Kean out kean out kean out venkys out venkys out venkys out, Jerome Anderson asset stripper out. Lets get a proper Rovers back in the championship cause under these clowns and manager we are going to do a Bradford.[/p][/quote]Inaction is not an option! Remember the words of Edmund Burke:- "All that is needed for evil to suceed is that decent human beings do nothing".[/p][/quote]IDLE HANDS DO THE DEVILS WORK. LETS GET GRAFTING. ARTE ET LABORE! ARTE ET LABORE! ARTE ET LABORE! blueandwhite1971

3:50pm Wed 18 Apr 12

vintageclaret says...

a_true_blue wrote:
thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team.

Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
[quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef vintageclaret

4:00pm Wed 18 Apr 12

FCBurnley says...

Just a couple of small problems with the plan .

1/ Venkys dont want to sell

2/ You aint got enough money or expertise.

Other than that everything is perfect.

Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ! FCBurnley

4:00pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

vintageclaret wrote:
a_true_blue wrote:
thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team.

Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON.
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef[/p][/quote]MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON. blueandwhite1971

4:10pm Wed 18 Apr 12

dallydally says...

As an idea its not a bad one but the logistics of making it happen are huge and above everything else presuppose that the Chicken idiots want to sell. They won't do so until they've milked every last ounce from this club turning a £20M investment into a huge gain via player sales and the parachute payment. Its bordering on fraudulent what they are doing yet the football powers seem unable or unwilling to do anything
As an idea its not a bad one but the logistics of making it happen are huge and above everything else presuppose that the Chicken idiots want to sell. They won't do so until they've milked every last ounce from this club turning a £20M investment into a huge gain via player sales and the parachute payment. Its bordering on fraudulent what they are doing yet the football powers seem unable or unwilling to do anything dallydally

4:17pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
THANKS FOR REMOVING MY COMMENT LT. SENDING VENKYS BACK TO INDIA IS NOT A RACIST COMMENT ITS WHERE THEY EFFIN LIVE. FREEDOM OF SPEECH MY AR5E!
Back from where?

Certainly can't be Blackburn.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: THANKS FOR REMOVING MY COMMENT LT. SENDING VENKYS BACK TO INDIA IS NOT A RACIST COMMENT ITS WHERE THEY EFFIN LIVE. FREEDOM OF SPEECH MY AR5E![/p][/quote]Back from where? Certainly can't be Blackburn. samsno2millfan

4:17pm Wed 18 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Heelwalker.1 wrote:
Billypieman wrote:
Road Runner Road Runner wrote:
nil bye mouth wrote:
HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.
Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend:

John Bond ?

Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ?

Arte et labore
Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations.
Come on reply..Nil by Brain.
Iv witnessed a fight between Burnley fans because one shouted at the others to sing and they didnt want to. Game was going on and 5 Dingles were rolling around the James Hargreaves stand because they didnt want to sing. Classic
[quote][p][bold]Heelwalker.1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Billypieman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Road Runner Road Runner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nil bye mouth[/bold] wrote: HA HA HA HA jack straw ,prominant local buisnesmen, and this newspaper have all failed and you really believe a numptee like garner can suceed where all others have failed what planet are you all on ?.Listen venkys are your lord and masters it does not matter what you think your opinions are totally irrelevant to the chicken pluckers who have done more damage in the last 12 months than any claret could ever have hoped for,they have made you a national laughing stock and your halfwitted attempts to oust agent kean are laughable even booing your own team when they score only in Blackburn ehh,your arrogance down the years is now coming back to haunt you and never has a set of fans deserved it more. See you very soon in the as you have often called it the chumpionship and with no sugar daddy to hold your hand financial meltdown.PS Your premiership parachute payments are already spoken for venkys should get a nice new chicken proccessing plant in india with all your money ha ha ha ha DOOMED.[/p][/quote]Maybe you've forgotten the vitriolic abuse aimed at that legend: John Bond ? Or was it that you wasn't there ? Or maybe you conveniently forgot that shameful past, eh ? Arte et labore[/p][/quote]Or setting fire to Jimmy Mullen's wife in that chippy. Or smashing up their own town centre because Rovers beat them. Or wrecking the Darwen End and throwing the debris on their own fans. Short memories these Dingles. Centuries of interbreeding has duplicated too many faulty gene mutations.[/p][/quote]Come on reply..Nil by Brain.[/p][/quote]Iv witnessed a fight between Burnley fans because one shouted at the others to sing and they didnt want to. Game was going on and 5 Dingles were rolling around the James Hargreaves stand because they didnt want to sing. Classic merlinrabbit

4:19pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

FCBurnley wrote:
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website.

Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off. samsno2millfan

4:19pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

samsno2millfan wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
THANKS FOR REMOVING MY COMMENT LT. SENDING VENKYS BACK TO INDIA IS NOT A RACIST COMMENT ITS WHERE THEY EFFIN LIVE. FREEDOM OF SPEECH MY AR5E!
Back from where?

Certainly can't be Blackburn.
WHICHEVER STONE THEY`VE CRAWLED UNDER.

1875.
[quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: THANKS FOR REMOVING MY COMMENT LT. SENDING VENKYS BACK TO INDIA IS NOT A RACIST COMMENT ITS WHERE THEY EFFIN LIVE. FREEDOM OF SPEECH MY AR5E![/p][/quote]Back from where? Certainly can't be Blackburn.[/p][/quote]WHICHEVER STONE THEY`VE CRAWLED UNDER. 1875. blueandwhite1971

4:23pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

Jimmy Jambone wrote:
A Darener wrote: What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around. "There's only one Jack Walker". Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.
Absolutely typical of a Rover. Never look for solutions within themselves, don't try to create your own greatness through hard work - just stamp your feet and ask for a handout from someone in order to inflate your value beyond that what it actually is. That's the reason you're in the situation you are in and the reason everyone is laughing at you. Blackburn Rovers are the beggars of English football. Moochers and Looters the lot of you.
I agree; this is a lazy and unworkable option.

Pathetic really, but there you go.

Oh, by the way, would you f@ck off as well?
[quote][p][bold]Jimmy Jambone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: What we need is another Jack Walker. But unfortunately there doesn't seem to be one around. "There's only one Jack Walker". Surely they must be a millionaire somewhere who can come to our rescue. Scour the country, scour the world. He or she must be out there.[/p][/quote]Absolutely typical of a Rover. Never look for solutions within themselves, don't try to create your own greatness through hard work - just stamp your feet and ask for a handout from someone in order to inflate your value beyond that what it actually is. That's the reason you're in the situation you are in and the reason everyone is laughing at you. Blackburn Rovers are the beggars of English football. Moochers and Looters the lot of you.[/p][/quote]I agree; this is a lazy and unworkable option. Pathetic really, but there you go. Oh, by the way, would you f@ck off as well? samsno2millfan

4:25pm Wed 18 Apr 12

FCBurnley says...

samsno2millfan wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website.

Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.
[quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.[/p][/quote]Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay. FCBurnley

4:26pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

MORE THAN YA TOWNS WORTH. £5 EACH SHOULD SUFFICE.
MORE THAN YA TOWNS WORTH. £5 EACH SHOULD SUFFICE. blueandwhite1971

4:27pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

vintageclaret wrote:
a_true_blue wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
It hope its not be too much to ask, but would it be convenient for you to just f@ck off as well?
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef[/p][/quote]It hope its not be too much to ask, but would it be convenient for you to just f@ck off as well? samsno2millfan

4:28pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

FCBurnley wrote:
samsno2millfan wrote:
FCBurnley wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.
You still here?
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.[/p][/quote]Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.[/p][/quote]You still here? samsno2millfan

4:28pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

samsno2millfan wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
a_true_blue wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
It hope its not be too much to ask, but would it be convenient for you to just f@ck off as well?
I THINK THAT IS A REASONABLE REQUEST ELEGANTLY PUT MATE.
[quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef[/p][/quote]It hope its not be too much to ask, but would it be convenient for you to just f@ck off as well?[/p][/quote]I THINK THAT IS A REASONABLE REQUEST ELEGANTLY PUT MATE. blueandwhite1971

4:37pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Is the away leg of the FA Youth Cup Final this Friday as LET reported? I can't see anything on TV?
.
Great win in the semis 3-1!
.
34th.....
Is the away leg of the FA Youth Cup Final this Friday as LET reported? I can't see anything on TV? . Great win in the semis 3-1! . 34th..... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

4:38pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Stone Island. says...

FCBurnley wrote:
samsno2millfan wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website.

Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.
"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site".
Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms?
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.[/p][/quote]Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.[/p][/quote]"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site". Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms? Stone Island.

4:54pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Plasticbertrand says...

Just don't go for a while, a business that hasn't got any customers, but huge overheads will not continue to trade. Then in a couple of months time you could buy the club for nothing.
Just don't go for a while, a business that hasn't got any customers, but huge overheads will not continue to trade. Then in a couple of months time you could buy the club for nothing. Plasticbertrand

4:57pm Wed 18 Apr 12

4youreyesonly says...

The telegraph should be leading on this , when Rovers go down the town & community will suffer so much , .......get behind them or shut up Cryer
The telegraph should be leading on this , when Rovers go down the town & community will suffer so much , .......get behind them or shut up Cryer 4youreyesonly

5:10pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Stone Island. says...

4youreyesonly wrote:
The telegraph should be leading on this , when Rovers go down the town & community will suffer so much , .......get behind them or shut up Cryer
Kean OUT! Venky's OUT! Anderson OUT! Hunt OUT! Agnew OUT!

INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN!
Get these scoundrels investigated!
[quote][p][bold]4youreyesonly[/bold] wrote: The telegraph should be leading on this , when Rovers go down the town & community will suffer so much , .......get behind them or shut up Cryer[/p][/quote]Kean OUT! Venky's OUT! Anderson OUT! Hunt OUT! Agnew OUT! INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM IN! Get these scoundrels investigated! Stone Island.

5:14pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

It's just been announced that BFC are planning a ' Fans buy out '.

The club want to buy some decent fans.....

'Even the old grannies in Bournemouth were better than this lot. We can bus them up on a Friday and they can have a trip out to Lytham. They'll make more noise and recreate the fortress atmosphere we're famous for. '

www.brsit.co.uk.

Arte et Labore.
ps. they'd be more intelligent and cleaner too.
It's just been announced that BFC are planning a ' Fans buy out '. The club want to buy some decent fans..... 'Even the old grannies in Bournemouth were better than this lot. We can bus them up on a Friday and they can have a trip out to Lytham. They'll make more noise and recreate the fortress atmosphere we're famous for. ' www.brsit.co.uk. Arte et Labore. ps. they'd be more intelligent and cleaner too. craftandgraft

7:02pm Wed 18 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Stone Island. wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
samsno2millfan wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website.

Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.
"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site".
Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms?
or about using his computer to talk every night on the LT website about Blackburn Rovers? Wake up you idiot, you are talking on here with Blackburn Rovers fans. Doesnt matter what site, you log in and go straight to the Rovers articles.
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.[/p][/quote]Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.[/p][/quote]"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site". Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms?[/p][/quote]or about using his computer to talk every night on the LT website about Blackburn Rovers? Wake up you idiot, you are talking on here with Blackburn Rovers fans. Doesnt matter what site, you log in and go straight to the Rovers articles. merlinrabbit

7:03pm Wed 18 Apr 12

fondarovers says...

Get Jim Bowen on side he is a huge Blackburn Fan, as they say you can't bit a bit of bully
Get Jim Bowen on side he is a huge Blackburn Fan, as they say you can't bit a bit of bully fondarovers

7:04pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Stone Island. says...

fondarovers wrote:
Get Jim Bowen on side he is a huge Blackburn Fan, as they say you can't bit a bit of bully
Super, fine, smashing idea!
[quote][p][bold]fondarovers[/bold] wrote: Get Jim Bowen on side he is a huge Blackburn Fan, as they say you can't bit a bit of bully[/p][/quote]Super, fine, smashing idea! Stone Island.

7:08pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Stone Island. says...

merlinrabbit wrote:
Stone Island. wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
samsno2millfan wrote:
FCBurnley wrote:
Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence !
See BRSIT website.

Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.
Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.
"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site".
Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms?
or about using his computer to talk every night on the LT website about Blackburn Rovers? Wake up you idiot, you are talking on here with Blackburn Rovers fans. Doesnt matter what site, you log in and go straight to the Rovers articles.
Not renowned for their intelligence are they? Did you know that the average Burnley fan, has a single digit IQ?
[quote][p][bold]merlinrabbit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stone Island.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]samsno2millfan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: Just a couple of small problems with the plan . 1/ Venkys dont want to sell 2/ You aint got enough money or expertise. Other than that everything is perfect. Just out of interest, how much would you expect to pay for the club (a) if you survive and (b) if you get relegated ? I assume somebody has already done their due diligence ![/p][/quote]See BRSIT website. Oh yes, almost forgot, then f@ck off.[/p][/quote]Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site. Just tell me how much you are gonna pay.[/p][/quote]"Wouldn`t soil my computer visiting BRSHIT site". Why are you not as fussy about soiling your traccy bottoms?[/p][/quote]or about using his computer to talk every night on the LT website about Blackburn Rovers? Wake up you idiot, you are talking on here with Blackburn Rovers fans. Doesnt matter what site, you log in and go straight to the Rovers articles.[/p][/quote]Not renowned for their intelligence are they? Did you know that the average Burnley fan, has a single digit IQ? Stone Island.

7:08pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! says...

Givet's agent just been on Radio Lancs. They played the Kean interview first and then the truth. Keanocchio completely exposed as Billy Liar.
.
Lets get this cancer out of our club ASAP and stop fannying around!
.
34th......
Givet's agent just been on Radio Lancs. They played the Kean interview first and then the truth. Keanocchio completely exposed as Billy Liar. . Lets get this cancer out of our club ASAP and stop fannying around! . 34th...... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

7:11pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Stone Island. says...

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
Givet's agent just been on Radio Lancs. They played the Kean interview first and then the truth. Keanocchio completely exposed as Billy Liar.
.
Lets get this cancer out of our club ASAP and stop fannying around!
.
34th......
Hear hear! Get these LIARS out of our club! LT: Get these scoundrels investigated!
[quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: Givet's agent just been on Radio Lancs. They played the Kean interview first and then the truth. Keanocchio completely exposed as Billy Liar. . Lets get this cancer out of our club ASAP and stop fannying around! . 34th......[/p][/quote]Hear hear! Get these LIARS out of our club! LT: Get these scoundrels investigated! Stone Island.

7:17pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Bargain Booze have just pulled out of the kit sponsorship deal at BFC.

Eddie Howe has said.....

' it's ok we have 2 nd and 3 rd generation local skunk growers who are willing to step in '

www.brsit.co.uk

ANDERSON OUT.

Arte et Labore.
Bargain Booze have just pulled out of the kit sponsorship deal at BFC. Eddie Howe has said..... ' it's ok we have 2 nd and 3 rd generation local skunk growers who are willing to step in ' www.brsit.co.uk ANDERSON OUT. Arte et Labore. craftandgraft

7:20pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Treacly has just been on Sky to explain why he left Burnley.

' they were all trying to b*gger me in the showers '

The 'club' has yet to make an official statement.

They're all I'm Last Orders.

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
Treacly has just been on Sky to explain why he left Burnley. ' they were all trying to b*gger me in the showers ' The 'club' has yet to make an official statement. They're all I'm Last Orders. www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore craftandgraft

7:31pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

BFC have made an offer to wind the club up in the wake of the scandal.

' our 3 fans who are computer literate only go on the rovers stories....and we are really fed up with it.....there's little point carrying on'

Eddie Howe.

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
BFC have made an offer to wind the club up in the wake of the scandal. ' our 3 fans who are computer literate only go on the rovers stories....and we are really fed up with it.....there's little point carrying on' Eddie Howe. www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore craftandgraft

7:42pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Dchampy says...

Euromillions ticket for Friday anyone?
Euromillions ticket for Friday anyone? Dchampy

7:43pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Bryan Flynn has just been on radio Wrexham claiming that BFC abused him too.

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
ps paul fletcher was born pauline
Bryan Flynn has just been on radio Wrexham claiming that BFC abused him too. www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore ps paul fletcher was born pauline craftandgraft

8:14pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Good evening everyone.

Get on the Burnley FC story.... 2 comments .....from me!

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
ps it makes sense.....wake up - it's reality.....don't pander to anyone....f**k Kentaro...we are from BLACKBURN.
Good evening everyone. Get on the Burnley FC story.... 2 comments .....from me! www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore ps it makes sense.....wake up - it's reality.....don't pander to anyone....f**k Kentaro...we are from BLACKBURN. craftandgraft

8:41pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

just watching barca, i think under keans leadership we could be playing these in a couple of seasons.
i also sleep with my sister,bother donkeys, breed flying pigs and believe the moon is made of cheese.

arte et labore!
just watching barca, i think under keans leadership we could be playing these in a couple of seasons. i also sleep with my sister,bother donkeys, breed flying pigs and believe the moon is made of cheese. arte et labore! blueandwhite1971

8:45pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Messi is on his way...he wants to play for Kean

As if division

www.brsit.co.uk

:)
wez
Messi is on his way...he wants to play for Kean As if division www.brsit.co.uk :) wez craftandgraft

8:49pm Wed 18 Apr 12

FCBurnley says...

Wow we are getting close to breaking point aren`t we ? Still not got an answer about the perceived value of The Mighty Rovers.
Wow we are getting close to breaking point aren`t we ? Still not got an answer about the perceived value of The Mighty Rovers. FCBurnley

8:50pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Shane says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun Shane

9:06pm Wed 18 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

shane....
get real !
you have no point to make.
Do a crossword or something.

www.brsit.co.uk

ANDERSON OUT

Arte et Labore
shane.... get real ! you have no point to make. Do a crossword or something. www.brsit.co.uk ANDERSON OUT Arte et Labore craftandgraft

9:13pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Ewood-b-happy says...

gudari wrote:
Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!!
Your a Knob.
[quote][p][bold]gudari[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show how deluded woevers' fans are!! Garner! What a scumbag!!![/p][/quote]Your a Knob. Ewood-b-happy

9:15pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

FREE TO GOOD HOME.......
Sad
Talentless
Emptyheaded
Void of tactics
Errand boy

Knowledgless
Eggheaded
Annoying
Numpty.

1875.
FREE TO GOOD HOME....... Sad Talentless Emptyheaded Void of tactics Errand boy Knowledgless Eggheaded Annoying Numpty. 1875. blueandwhite1971

9:23pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please. Melanie :-)

9:27pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
nicely put.



arte et labore
1875
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]nicely put. arte et labore 1875 blueandwhite1971

9:33pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Cha'mone MF says...

philmoulden wrote:
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
ONE SIMON GARNER
THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER
Are you just shouting out all the words you know?
[quote][p][bold]philmoulden[/bold] wrote: ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER ONE SIMON GARNER THERES ONLY ONE SIMON GARNER[/p][/quote]Are you just shouting out all the words you know? Cha'mone MF

9:39pm Wed 18 Apr 12

4youreyesonly says...

I believe Anderson s mother wants to play centre half but Kean is not sure as the Yak can also play there , decisions decisions, ... out comes the whisky again Kean
I believe Anderson s mother wants to play centre half but Kean is not sure as the Yak can also play there , decisions decisions, ... out comes the whisky again Kean 4youreyesonly

9:44pm Wed 18 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

4youreyesonly wrote:
I believe Anderson s mother wants to play centre half but Kean is not sure as the Yak can also play there , decisions decisions, ... out comes the whisky again Kean
was anderson really born from a woman! fook me ya learn summat on here everyday.
[quote][p][bold]4youreyesonly[/bold] wrote: I believe Anderson s mother wants to play centre half but Kean is not sure as the Yak can also play there , decisions decisions, ... out comes the whisky again Kean[/p][/quote]was anderson really born from a woman! fook me ya learn summat on here everyday. blueandwhite1971

9:58pm Wed 18 Apr 12

RTID_norway says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Excellent comment!!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Excellent comment!! RTID_norway

9:58pm Wed 18 Apr 12

4youreyesonly says...

yep his nickname is the twxt ... i wonder why lol
yep his nickname is the twxt ... i wonder why lol 4youreyesonly

10:26pm Wed 18 Apr 12

reggie0008 says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Great post Melanie, This should be put in the national press/on sky sports as it sums up the majority of true Rovers fans feelings.

Im sick of the negative press us Rovers fans get while sidestepping the main issue of how Venky's passed the laughable fit and proper test as they are clearly asset stripping our club, and they are going to leave us with an almost impossible rebuilding job when they eventually get bored and leave.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Great post Melanie, This should be put in the national press/on sky sports as it sums up the majority of true Rovers fans feelings. Im sick of the negative press us Rovers fans get while sidestepping the main issue of how Venky's passed the laughable fit and proper test as they are clearly asset stripping our club, and they are going to leave us with an almost impossible rebuilding job when they eventually get bored and leave. reggie0008

10:40pm Wed 18 Apr 12

glm1970 says...

Rishtonian wrote:
if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back
How would this work exactly????
[quote][p][bold]Rishtonian[/bold] wrote: if an invester could put in 40mil and season tickets went up by £100 a season they would get their money back[/p][/quote]How would this work exactly???? glm1970

10:44pm Wed 18 Apr 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Get over yaself ya goin down!

CHIM CHIMANY
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY burnleyglentoran

11:00pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY
You are indeed.

Now would you mind....?
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]You are indeed. Now would you mind....? samsno2millfan

11:09pm Wed 18 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

Interesting read by the way;

Go to "200%" then "Blackburn Rovers; When owners turn chicken".
Interesting read by the way; Go to "200%" then "Blackburn Rovers; When owners turn chicken". samsno2millfan

11:13pm Wed 18 Apr 12

Heelwalker.1 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Get over yaself ya goin down!

CHIM CHIMANY
One sentence reply from a dingle, which made no sense by the way.
Melanie's post went right above his head. ..Typical.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]One sentence reply from a dingle, which made no sense by the way. Melanie's post went right above his head. ..Typical. Heelwalker.1

11:24pm Wed 18 Apr 12

FCBurnley says...

Looks like Jack Straw is going down with The Rovers. What a fantastic double that would be.
Looks like Jack Straw is going down with The Rovers. What a fantastic double that would be. FCBurnley

12:10am Thu 19 Apr 12

Gennoe1 says...

Gods honest truth,my mates a window cleaner in Accrington,hes no interest in football at all,walking back home from Huncoat one night he pointed out a house where for 2 weeks on the run some wierdo bloke has left his curtains open,and brazen as you like laying on his bed,dressed up with,wig stockings the full works! I kid you not,its only bloody Andy Paytons house! Just wish i had proof it was him. Very very suspicious id say.
Gods honest truth,my mates a window cleaner in Accrington,hes no interest in football at all,walking back home from Huncoat one night he pointed out a house where for 2 weeks on the run some wierdo bloke has left his curtains open,and brazen as you like laying on his bed,dressed up with,wig stockings the full works! I kid you not,its only bloody Andy Paytons house! Just wish i had proof it was him. Very very suspicious id say. Gennoe1

12:12am Thu 19 Apr 12

Billypieman says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Get over yaself ya goin down!

CHIM CHIMANY
Great post Melanie. Spot on. Ignore BurnleyGlentoran. He can't get over Rover being a million times better than Burnley and Linfield being a million times better than Glentoran. He just can't help backing losers. Come on you blues.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]Great post Melanie. Spot on. Ignore BurnleyGlentoran. He can't get over Rover being a million times better than Burnley and Linfield being a million times better than Glentoran. He just can't help backing losers. Come on you blues. Billypieman

12:55am Thu 19 Apr 12

Jimmy Jambone says...

'Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game'.

How are you measuring 'great' and 'successful', how are you measuring 'town club' and how do you support your claim that Rovers were the first 'giants' of the English game? How do you measure that?

It sounds to me suspiciously like you chose some vague and wooly notions in order to try and make an emotional point.

Typical Communist.
'Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game'. How are you measuring 'great' and 'successful', how are you measuring 'town club' and how do you support your claim that Rovers were the first 'giants' of the English game? How do you measure that? It sounds to me suspiciously like you chose some vague and wooly notions in order to try and make an emotional point. Typical Communist. Jimmy Jambone

6:39am Thu 19 Apr 12

makaveli96 says...

Why can an outsider run a business in Blackburn?

Surely we can just take our club back, its our land!

Or is this not PC!

I mean, after all the Germans did in WW1 and WW2, yet Bayern are still allowed in the Champions league. What was the point, people have short memories!
Why can an outsider run a business in Blackburn? Surely we can just take our club back, its our land! Or is this not PC! I mean, after all the Germans did in WW1 and WW2, yet Bayern are still allowed in the Champions league. What was the point, people have short memories! makaveli96

6:41am Thu 19 Apr 12

makaveli96 says...

Billypieman wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
Get over yaself ya goin down!

CHIM CHIMANY
Great post Melanie. Spot on. Ignore BurnleyGlentoran. He can't get over Rover being a million times better than Burnley and Linfield being a million times better than Glentoran. He just can't help backing losers. Come on you blues.
Cant he help with the Marches though?
[quote][p][bold]Billypieman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]Get over yaself ya goin down! CHIM CHIMANY[/p][/quote]Great post Melanie. Spot on. Ignore BurnleyGlentoran. He can't get over Rover being a million times better than Burnley and Linfield being a million times better than Glentoran. He just can't help backing losers. Come on you blues.[/p][/quote]Cant he help with the Marches though? makaveli96

7:02am Thu 19 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Alan Shearer is 2-1 on to be new BRFC manager.

www.brsit.co.uk

ANDERSON OUT.

Arte et Labore
Alan Shearer is 2-1 on to be new BRFC manager. www.brsit.co.uk ANDERSON OUT. Arte et Labore craftandgraft

7:20am Thu 19 Apr 12

Shane says...

craftandgraft wrote:
Alan Shearer is 2-1 on to be new BRFC manager.

www.brsit.co.uk

ANDERSON OUT.

Arte et Labore
Shearer might of been a good player but I think we all know he's no manager.

Given your recent history with managers and how they are treated do you really think he'd take the job anyway?
[quote][p][bold]craftandgraft[/bold] wrote: Alan Shearer is 2-1 on to be new BRFC manager. www.brsit.co.uk ANDERSON OUT. Arte et Labore[/p][/quote]Shearer might of been a good player but I think we all know he's no manager. Given your recent history with managers and how they are treated do you really think he'd take the job anyway? Shane

7:39am Thu 19 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Shane.....you know very little pal.

Eddie Howe is one of the finest young managers in the whole of the world.....even he can't help that sorry little team.

John Bond, Stanley Ternent etc etc.

Ken Dodd could do a better job for your club.

I was at BFC training ground the other day....it was hilarious!

www.brsit.co.uk.

ANDERSON OUT.

Arte et Labore
ps. i'm surprised you were'nt arrestedin last nights clampdown on amphetamine dealers in lancashire.
Shane.....you know very little pal. Eddie Howe is one of the finest young managers in the whole of the world.....even he can't help that sorry little team. John Bond, Stanley Ternent etc etc. Ken Dodd could do a better job for your club. I was at BFC training ground the other day....it was hilarious! www.brsit.co.uk. ANDERSON OUT. Arte et Labore ps. i'm surprised you were'nt arrestedin last nights clampdown on amphetamine dealers in lancashire. craftandgraft

9:02am Thu 19 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

Jimmy Jambone wrote:
'Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game'. How are you measuring 'great' and 'successful', how are you measuring 'town club' and how do you support your claim that Rovers were the first 'giants' of the English game? How do you measure that? It sounds to me suspiciously like you chose some vague and wooly notions in order to try and make an emotional point. Typical Communist.
You still here?

Shouldn't you be in bed? Your daughter/mother/niec
e/aunt will be asleep by now.

Oh not to worry, gran's been having trouble getting away at night, bless her.

Or f@ck her, your choice.

What didn't you understand when I politely asked you to f@ck off, comrade?

Let me explain;

v; f@ck (fk) Vulgar Slang


.
1. To have $exual intercourse with.
2. To take advantage of, betray, or cheat; victimize.
3. Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.
v.intr.
1. To engage in $exual intercourse.
2. To act wastefully or foolishly.
3. To interfere; meddle. Often used with with.
n.
1. An act of $exual intercourse.
2. A partner in $exual intercourse.
3. A despised person.
4. Used as an intensive: What the f@ck did you do that for?
interj.
Used to express extreme displeasure.

Phrasal Verbs:

Now concentrate......

f@ck off

Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.


Word History: The obscenity f@ck is a very old word and has been considered shocking from the first, though it is seen in print much more often now than in the past. Its first known occurrence, in code because of its unacceptability, is in a poem composed in a mixture of Latin and English sometime before 1500. The poem, which satirizes the Carmelite friars of Cambridge, England, takes its title, "Flen flyys," from the first words of its opening line, "Flen, flyys, and freris," that is, "fleas, flies, and friars." The line that contains f@ck reads "Non sunt in coeli, quia gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk." The Latin words "Non sunt in coeli, quia," mean "they are not in heaven, since." The code "gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk" is easily broken by simply substituting the preceding letter in the alphabet, keeping in mind differences in the alphabet and in spelling between then and now: i was then used for both i and j; v was used for both u and v; and vv was used for w. This yields "fvccant vvivys of heli." The whole thus reads in translation: "They are not in heaven because they f@ck wives of Ely (or members of their immediate family - in your case)."

Any clearer?

NOW gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk off.......
[quote][p][bold]Jimmy Jambone[/bold] wrote: 'Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game'. How are you measuring 'great' and 'successful', how are you measuring 'town club' and how do you support your claim that Rovers were the first 'giants' of the English game? How do you measure that? It sounds to me suspiciously like you chose some vague and wooly notions in order to try and make an emotional point. Typical Communist.[/p][/quote]You still here? Shouldn't you be in bed? Your daughter/mother/niec e/aunt will be asleep by now. Oh not to worry, gran's been having trouble getting away at night, bless her. Or f@ck her, your choice. What didn't you understand when I politely asked you to f@ck off, comrade? Let me explain; v; f@ck (fk) Vulgar Slang [of Germanic origin; related to Middle Dutch fokken; to strike] . 1. To have $exual intercourse with. 2. To take advantage of, betray, or cheat; victimize. 3. Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal. v.intr. 1. To engage in $exual intercourse. 2. To act wastefully or foolishly. 3. To interfere; meddle. Often used with with. n. 1. An act of $exual intercourse. 2. A partner in $exual intercourse. 3. A despised person. 4. Used as an intensive: What the f@ck did you do that for? interj. Used to express extreme displeasure. Phrasal Verbs: Now concentrate...... f@ck off Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal. [Middle English, attested in pseudo-Latin f@ccant, (they) f@ck, deciphered from gxddbov.] Word History: The obscenity f@ck is a very old word and has been considered shocking from the first, though it is seen in print much more often now than in the past. Its first known occurrence, in code because of its unacceptability, is in a poem composed in a mixture of Latin and English sometime before 1500. The poem, which satirizes the Carmelite friars of Cambridge, England, takes its title, "Flen flyys," from the first words of its opening line, "Flen, flyys, and freris," that is, "fleas, flies, and friars." The line that contains f@ck reads "Non sunt in coeli, quia gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk." The Latin words "Non sunt in coeli, quia," mean "they [the Dingles] are not in heaven, since." The code "gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk" is easily broken by simply substituting the preceding letter in the alphabet, keeping in mind differences in the alphabet and in spelling between then and now: i was then used for both i and j; v was used for both u and v; and vv was used for w. This yields "fvccant [a fake Latin form] vvivys of heli." The whole thus reads in translation: "They are not in heaven because they f@ck wives of Ely (or members of their immediate family - in your case)." Any clearer? NOW gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk off....... samsno2millfan

9:31am Thu 19 Apr 12

vintageclaret says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
a_true_blue wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON.
You are absolutely correct, It is on my right hand side and regularly pass it when I am going to the Lakes and will be doing so when I travel to Blackpool this Saturday. Always prefer to take the M65 to avoid going through the hell-hole in case my car gets contaminated, especially with the smell of Curry.

Must admit to feeling sorry that your team is going down but you must appreciate that with all the aspersions cast over the years towards BFC and fans all the gleeful comments had to happen. Perhaps in some way a small revenge for the plane going over the Turf with the banner. Hope we have someone who has the money does the same over Bollywood on May 5th the last home game in the Premier and with your present set up could be the same over the next 2 seasons spiralling out of control to oblivion.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef[/p][/quote]MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON.[/p][/quote]You are absolutely correct, It is on my right hand side and regularly pass it when I am going to the Lakes and will be doing so when I travel to Blackpool this Saturday. Always prefer to take the M65 to avoid going through the hell-hole in case my car gets contaminated, especially with the smell of Curry. Must admit to feeling sorry that your team is going down but you must appreciate that with all the aspersions cast over the years towards BFC and fans all the gleeful comments had to happen. Perhaps in some way a small revenge for the plane going over the Turf with the banner. Hope we have someone who has the money does the same over Bollywood on May 5th the last home game in the Premier and with your present set up could be the same over the next 2 seasons spiralling out of control to oblivion. vintageclaret

9:48am Thu 19 Apr 12

samsno2millfan says...

vintageclaret wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
vintageclaret wrote:
a_true_blue wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now
It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef
MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON.
You are absolutely correct, It is on my right hand side and regularly pass it when I am going to the Lakes and will be doing so when I travel to Blackpool this Saturday. Always prefer to take the M65 to avoid going through the hell-hole in case my car gets contaminated, especially with the smell of Curry. Must admit to feeling sorry that your team is going down but you must appreciate that with all the aspersions cast over the years towards BFC and fans all the gleeful comments had to happen. Perhaps in some way a small revenge for the plane going over the Turf with the banner. Hope we have someone who has the money does the same over Bollywood on May 5th the last home game in the Premier and with your present set up could be the same over the next 2 seasons spiralling out of control to oblivion.
See above
[quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vintageclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a_true_blue[/bold] wrote: thank god, its about time all these on the fence guys that we've idolized over the decades now step up to the plate and help us oust these incompetent fools, con men, lairs and not to forget THIEVES. BRFC FOR EVER venkys, kean and ja leave now[/p][/quote]It is God in who you should be putting your trust because BRFC are on the 'Road to Hell' with no way back due to your incompetent owners, managers and team. Mind you being at Bollywood you already have an idea of what Hell is like - all chicken and no beef[/p][/quote]MMMMM THE ROAD TO HELL,ISNT THAT THE M65 PAST ACCRINGTON.[/p][/quote]You are absolutely correct, It is on my right hand side and regularly pass it when I am going to the Lakes and will be doing so when I travel to Blackpool this Saturday. Always prefer to take the M65 to avoid going through the hell-hole in case my car gets contaminated, especially with the smell of Curry. Must admit to feeling sorry that your team is going down but you must appreciate that with all the aspersions cast over the years towards BFC and fans all the gleeful comments had to happen. Perhaps in some way a small revenge for the plane going over the Turf with the banner. Hope we have someone who has the money does the same over Bollywood on May 5th the last home game in the Premier and with your present set up could be the same over the next 2 seasons spiralling out of control to oblivion.[/p][/quote]See above samsno2millfan

9:57am Thu 19 Apr 12

Shane says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
My original post to this clap trap was removed. Truth hurts does it?
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]My original post to this clap trap was removed. Truth hurts does it? Shane

10:16am Thu 19 Apr 12

Shane says...

craftandgraft wrote:
Shane.....you know very little pal.

Eddie Howe is one of the finest young managers in the whole of the world.....even he can't help that sorry little team.

John Bond, Stanley Ternent etc etc.

Ken Dodd could do a better job for your club.

I was at BFC training ground the other day....it was hilarious!

www.brsit.co.uk.

ANDERSON OUT.

Arte et Labore
ps. i'm surprised you were'nt arrestedin last nights clampdown on amphetamine dealers in lancashire.
Not very bright are you? Who said I follow Burnley? I'm just sick and tired of reading all your pathetic posts.

Yes everyone get on the Shearer wagon. If he get's offered the job, which BTW he won't, and has a brain snap and accepts how long before you "the world owes me a living" brigade start wanting him out when he never wins a game.

Get back to the lego son or support your team
[quote][p][bold]craftandgraft[/bold] wrote: Shane.....you know very little pal. Eddie Howe is one of the finest young managers in the whole of the world.....even he can't help that sorry little team. John Bond, Stanley Ternent etc etc. Ken Dodd could do a better job for your club. I was at BFC training ground the other day....it was hilarious! www.brsit.co.uk. ANDERSON OUT. Arte et Labore ps. i'm surprised you were'nt arrestedin last nights clampdown on amphetamine dealers in lancashire.[/p][/quote]Not very bright are you? Who said I follow Burnley? I'm just sick and tired of reading all your pathetic posts. Yes everyone get on the Shearer wagon. If he get's offered the job, which BTW he won't, and has a brain snap and accepts how long before you "the world owes me a living" brigade start wanting him out when he never wins a game. Get back to the lego son or support your team Shane

10:22am Thu 19 Apr 12

Shear_Brilliance says...

Despite everything that has happened at Rovers the famous Burnley 10,000 are still jealous of Rovers.

This is proven by the fact that they come on a Blackburn Rovers forum and slag them off.

Stop trying to argue with us about a subject you clearly know nothing about.

Let's talk about the impression you receive when you go to Burnley:

- Rusting disgusting stadium which you can't even fill and shocking facilities.

- Can barely produce 20 players a season.

- Burnley academy, when did they produce anyone half decent?

- Lets be honest Burnley haven't amount to anything other than a Championship side for the past 40 years you never have been good enough to mix with the big boys and never will.
Despite everything that has happened at Rovers the famous Burnley 10,000 are still jealous of Rovers. This is proven by the fact that they come on a Blackburn Rovers forum and slag them off. Stop trying to argue with us about a subject you clearly know nothing about. Let's talk about the impression you receive when you go to Burnley: - Rusting disgusting stadium which you can't even fill and shocking facilities. - Can barely produce 20 players a season. - Burnley academy, when did they produce anyone half decent? - Lets be honest Burnley haven't amount to anything other than a Championship side for the past 40 years you never have been good enough to mix with the big boys and never will. Shear_Brilliance

12:40pm Thu 19 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
what a well-worded post and oh so true!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]what a well-worded post and oh so true! French Rover

1:17pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

WHY THIS MAN SHOULD LEAVE EWOOD IMMEDIATELY
Blackburn’s disaster of a manager, Steve Kean should leave Ewood immediately.
His position has become even more untenable than it was. Never mind his dismal record; the worse ever in history by a Blackburn manager, it is his continued lies and deceit that condemn him.
We do not want such a dishonourable man in charge of our famous club.
His latest tirade was to ‘play his usual blame game’ by blaming Gael Givet for the dismal surrender at Swansea, stating Givet refused to play. Kean later back tracked on that statement by saying “Givet’s head was not right to play”.
Givet countered Kean’s statement by issuing his own on Wednesday on Sky Teletext it read “I wanted to play. I wish to make it clear that I have never refused to play for Blackburn Rovers. It was manager Steve Kean who decided which players would be selected for the match at Swansea”. If ever a statement condemns a manager as being an out and out liar this one does. And I know who I prefer to believe.
This is the latest in a long line of lies and untruths from Steve (the man who cannot win football matches) Kean, how many more do we have to put up with?
Kean’s misleading statements are too many to list, we all know them but here are a just a few reminders.
On Ryan Nelson’s unexplained departure in January Kean said “he is not fit to play football”. One week later Nelson was playing for Spurs against Stevenage in the FA Cup on a very difficult pitch, the match was televised and Nelson nominated man of the match. Nelson has been a regular member of Spurs squad since, making several full appearances and cameos from the bench. How Rovers have needed him.
Kean stated Chris Samba would not be sold but once Samba blasted Kean and the owners by exposing the farce behind the scenes at Ewood, Samba was swiftly sold for twelve million pounds. Kean applauded the sale saying “at least everyone here now wants to be here”. Something I very much doubt.
Even in Crown Court and on oath during his drink drive prosecution Kean was at it again. Stating his drinks had been spiked in the Ewood board room. A suggestion quickly dismissed by the judge saying there was no evidence what so ever to support Kean’s claim.
You see Kean plays the ‘blame’ game, nothing is ever his fault.
He has very cleverly laid his get ‘out of jail’ plans once Rovers are relegated. The majority of blame will levelled at the fans and their protests as being disruptive to the team. But let us not forget these protests did not start until late December when Rovers were marooned at the foot of the table.
Hence Kean’s much publicised and hyped body guard, totally unnecessary and a waste of money. Another example of Kean playing the blame game and milking public sympathy from a gullible media.
I could go on and on, but it gets tiresome my thoughts and opinions of Kean are well documented on my website, www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
At first nobody took much notice, now everyone including my 22,000 followers can see through this fraud that is apart from Mrs Anuradha (I like to be entertained) Desai and her useless brothers Ventkatesh and Balaji.
Any man who knives in the back the man who took him from the dole que and gave him a good job, as Kean did to Allardyce is despicable.
Let us not forget this is the man who has seen two assistants leave him in less than a year, this is the man who has seen ten senior players sold in less than a year, or have their contract’s cancelled. Some have spoken out against Kean such as Samba, Andrews, Diouf, and Roberts others have picked up their severance pay and been glad to leave in silence.
Can anyone work with Kean, certainly former chairman John William’s couldn’t, he stated so to Mrs Anuradha Desai in February 2011 and departed soon after that. Let us not forget John Williams had worked in harmony with the likes of Graeme Souness, Mark Hughes and Sam Allardyce over the past fourteen years and with no problems. Two months of Kean was too much for him to stomach.
This man should leave Ewood immediately if Blackburn Rovers are to have any future.
At least the team would have half a chance in their last two home games against Norwich and Wigan, the supporters would be lifted, the gloom would be gone, as it is Norwich and Wigan are away bankers !
Reg
WHY THIS MAN SHOULD LEAVE EWOOD IMMEDIATELY Blackburn’s disaster of a manager, Steve Kean should leave Ewood immediately. His position has become even more untenable than it was. Never mind his dismal record; the worse ever in history by a Blackburn manager, it is his continued lies and deceit that condemn him. We do not want such a dishonourable man in charge of our famous club. His latest tirade was to ‘play his usual blame game’ by blaming Gael Givet for the dismal surrender at Swansea, stating Givet refused to play. Kean later back tracked on that statement by saying “Givet’s head was not right to play”. Givet countered Kean’s statement by issuing his own on Wednesday on Sky Teletext it read “I wanted to play. I wish to make it clear that I have never refused to play for Blackburn Rovers. It was manager Steve Kean who decided which players would be selected for the match at Swansea”. If ever a statement condemns a manager as being an out and out liar this one does. And I know who I prefer to believe. This is the latest in a long line of lies and untruths from Steve (the man who cannot win football matches) Kean, how many more do we have to put up with? Kean’s misleading statements are too many to list, we all know them but here are a just a few reminders. On Ryan Nelson’s unexplained departure in January Kean said “he is not fit to play football”. One week later Nelson was playing for Spurs against Stevenage in the FA Cup on a very difficult pitch, the match was televised and Nelson nominated man of the match. Nelson has been a regular member of Spurs squad since, making several full appearances and cameos from the bench. How Rovers have needed him. Kean stated Chris Samba would not be sold but once Samba blasted Kean and the owners by exposing the farce behind the scenes at Ewood, Samba was swiftly sold for twelve million pounds. Kean applauded the sale saying “at least everyone here now wants to be here”. Something I very much doubt. Even in Crown Court and on oath during his drink drive prosecution Kean was at it again. Stating his drinks had been spiked in the Ewood board room. A suggestion quickly dismissed by the judge saying there was no evidence what so ever to support Kean’s claim. You see Kean plays the ‘blame’ game, nothing is ever his fault. He has very cleverly laid his get ‘out of jail’ plans once Rovers are relegated. The majority of blame will levelled at the fans and their protests as being disruptive to the team. But let us not forget these protests did not start until late December when Rovers were marooned at the foot of the table. Hence Kean’s much publicised and hyped body guard, totally unnecessary and a waste of money. Another example of Kean playing the blame game and milking public sympathy from a gullible media. I could go on and on, but it gets tiresome my thoughts and opinions of Kean are well documented on my website, www.regoftherovers.c o.uk At first nobody took much notice, now everyone including my 22,000 followers can see through this fraud that is apart from Mrs Anuradha (I like to be entertained) Desai and her useless brothers Ventkatesh and Balaji. Any man who knives in the back the man who took him from the dole que and gave him a good job, as Kean did to Allardyce is despicable. Let us not forget this is the man who has seen two assistants leave him in less than a year, this is the man who has seen ten senior players sold in less than a year, or have their contract’s cancelled. Some have spoken out against Kean such as Samba, Andrews, Diouf, and Roberts others have picked up their severance pay and been glad to leave in silence. Can anyone work with Kean, certainly former chairman John William’s couldn’t, he stated so to Mrs Anuradha Desai in February 2011 and departed soon after that. Let us not forget John Williams had worked in harmony with the likes of Graeme Souness, Mark Hughes and Sam Allardyce over the past fourteen years and with no problems. Two months of Kean was too much for him to stomach. This man should leave Ewood immediately if Blackburn Rovers are to have any future. At least the team would have half a chance in their last two home games against Norwich and Wigan, the supporters would be lifted, the gloom would be gone, as it is Norwich and Wigan are away bankers ! Reg Reg Rover

1:24pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Sherwoodforest says...

French Rover wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
hasslem hasslem wrote:
there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton.
.
nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade.
.
ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.
No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here.

This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter.

You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen.

Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie.

What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march.

Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet.

Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern.

I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will.

If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys.

Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly.

You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun
What an arrogant weasel worded post.

Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football.

Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they?

Fickle?

Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business?

Fickle?

Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support.

Fickle?

Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence.

To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support.

Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse.

Football snobs like you and media whores care not.

No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.
what a well-worded post and oh so true!
quality post that mate, bravo probably JA, or associate
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: there are a few rovers "celebs" that could be brought on board dr.who, steve pemberton, lee mack, wayne hemmingway and some stand up that appears on fighting talk etc - but any stuff like this has to be done carefully. not sure how many of them are active supporters. seen hemmingway at games and pemberton. . nowt wrong with getting them involved as long as it is for the right reason and not as some sort of beauty(?) parade. . ex players is important and credible as is the likes of local mps etc as they can help open some doors for the trust.[/p][/quote]No, what they need are 20,000 people to throw in £1000 each. I thought you had more brains that most on here. This is a not going to happen. It's a non starter. You could get Barak Obama on the board but this will not happen. Does Jack Straw "really" believe this is a viable proposition? Of course he doesn't he's just saying the right thing. He's a politician and that's what he does, lie. What you need to do is support your club for the remaining games and hope by some miracle you can get enough points to stay up, not mincing around on a march. Then just maybe, just maybe there is someone out there with nothing to do with their millions other than throw it down a premier league toilet. Venkys thought they could run a PL club as a going concern. I've got news for them. No you can't a PL club is a money pit that only a handful of clubs have any chance of making a profit and BRFC is not one of them, never has been , never will. If "the trust" believe they can run the club they are as deluded as the Venkys. Would I as a prospective owner with millions to waste want to waste it on BRFC with supporters as fickle as you bunch. Not on your nelly. You lot have shot yourselves in the foot big time rightly or wrongly. You have a couple of games to try and save BRFC from going down a slippery slope. If I were you I'd focus my energy on this not on some fanciful idea that a community trust is a viable option. You are all grasping at straws, excuse the pun[/p][/quote]What an arrogant weasel worded post. Your kind of snootery, multiple standards, disproportionate criticism and over all schewed view of Blackburn Rovers and their support s is exactly like those disgraceful hacks in the media that have hung BRFC out to dry - the same middle-class journalists on triple figure salaries that do not pay to watch Premier League football. Blackburn Rovers have never really been forgiven for winning the Premier League by people like you, have they? Fickle? Caring passionately about our club? Wanting the community to have a stake in an institution that represents one of the grandest and oldest names in the history of English football? Despising the power, corruption and lies that are at the heart of this whole sordid business? Fickle? Blackburn Rovers are the greatest and most successful town club in the history of English football and were the first giants of the English game; this has meant that per capita, Blackburn Rovers have always enjoyed staunch, passionate, popular and loyal support. Fickle? Rovers fan boo - fickle. Anyone else - it's passion. Rovers fans leave early - fickle. Anyone else leaves early - the parking facilities are notoriously bad. Quiet Ewood Park - Rovers fans are fickle. Anywhere else - it's an anxious silence. To football snobs like you and the London based southern-centric media, Blackburn is a dirty northern slum town and Rovers are a small club with sh*t support. Plastic sky era fans like you would prefer the PL to be a CITY league. The likes of Wigan and Blackpool and Burnley are acceptable because they can be patronized and pose no real threat; Rovers are a different proposition and are capable of mixing it with the big boys - a footballing anomaly - a big club in a small town - too big to accept the mediocrity of Fulham, Bolton, WBA etc and too small to challenge ManYoo, ManCiteh, Chelski and TheArse. Football snobs like you and media whores care not. No more mealy mouthed words from you, please.[/p][/quote]what a well-worded post and oh so true![/p][/quote]quality post that mate, bravo probably JA, or associate Sherwoodforest

1:33pm Thu 19 Apr 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Shear_Brilliance wrote:
Despite everything that has happened at Rovers the famous Burnley 10,000 are still jealous of Rovers.

This is proven by the fact that they come on a Blackburn Rovers forum and slag them off.

Stop trying to argue with us about a subject you clearly know nothing about.

Let's talk about the impression you receive when you go to Burnley:

- Rusting disgusting stadium which you can't even fill and shocking facilities.

- Can barely produce 20 players a season.

- Burnley academy, when did they produce anyone half decent?

- Lets be honest Burnley haven't amount to anything other than a Championship side for the past 40 years you never have been good enough to mix with the big boys and never will.
Jack Walkers money- ancient history!!!

NO NAY NEVER
[quote][p][bold]Shear_Brilliance[/bold] wrote: Despite everything that has happened at Rovers the famous Burnley 10,000 are still jealous of Rovers. This is proven by the fact that they come on a Blackburn Rovers forum and slag them off. Stop trying to argue with us about a subject you clearly know nothing about. Let's talk about the impression you receive when you go to Burnley: - Rusting disgusting stadium which you can't even fill and shocking facilities. - Can barely produce 20 players a season. - Burnley academy, when did they produce anyone half decent? - Lets be honest Burnley haven't amount to anything other than a Championship side for the past 40 years you never have been good enough to mix with the big boys and never will.[/p][/quote]Jack Walkers money- ancient history!!! NO NAY NEVER burnleyglentoran

2:56pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

BRFC ACTION GROUP / PROTEST. NEED A SLOGAN?
BRFC action group are to hold a protest march against Venky’s ownership prior to Saturday’s game against Norwich. They say in their statement released via Sky Teletext.
“To the people of Blackburn this is no longer just about losing Football matches, this is about the very future of the football club and the very fabric of Blackburn. Our football club is a 137 year old institution which has seen its traditions and values destroyed in less than 18 months. “it takes only a few hands to bulldoze our club but it will take many hands to rebuild it and the whole community needs to come together to breathe life into Blackburn Rovers. Venky’s cannot make us feel inferior if we do not give them our consent, words divide us, action unites us and if we are unified there is nothing we cannot achieve”.
Fine words, well said and well meant.
Not being a member of BRFC action group may I be so bold as to offer a slogan for Saturday’s protests that will cut to the heart of the Rao family.
MADE IN LANCASHIRE, DESTROYED IN INDIA.
First used on my website 16th May 2011. Please feel free to adopt if deemed suitable. This slogan on large banners beamed back to India TV would rankle the arrogant Rao family and displease and Indian nation who are a very proud people.
Reg
BRFC ACTION GROUP / PROTEST. NEED A SLOGAN? BRFC action group are to hold a protest march against Venky’s ownership prior to Saturday’s game against Norwich. They say in their statement released via Sky Teletext. “To the people of Blackburn this is no longer just about losing Football matches, this is about the very future of the football club and the very fabric of Blackburn. Our football club is a 137 year old institution which has seen its traditions and values destroyed in less than 18 months. “it takes only a few hands to bulldoze our club but it will take many hands to rebuild it and the whole community needs to come together to breathe life into Blackburn Rovers. Venky’s cannot make us feel inferior if we do not give them our consent, words divide us, action unites us and if we are unified there is nothing we cannot achieve”. Fine words, well said and well meant. Not being a member of BRFC action group may I be so bold as to offer a slogan for Saturday’s protests that will cut to the heart of the Rao family. MADE IN LANCASHIRE, DESTROYED IN INDIA. First used on my website 16th May 2011. Please feel free to adopt if deemed suitable. This slogan on large banners beamed back to India TV would rankle the arrogant Rao family and displease and Indian nation who are a very proud people. Reg Reg Rover

3:13pm Thu 19 Apr 12

LongWayFromHome says...

We wont be as powerful as we were with Uncle Jack but at least it will be ours

Im in!!!

Im going to start a "Kean out" ISA with my Bank
We wont be as powerful as we were with Uncle Jack but at least it will be ours Im in!!! Im going to start a "Kean out" ISA with my Bank LongWayFromHome

4:57pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com/

New Ewood Park web site.
http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/ New Ewood Park web site. Melanie :-)

9:26pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Shane says...

I've got a question for Saturday.

Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest". Shane

10:47pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Shane wrote:
I've got a question for Saturday.

Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
You really are snidey, aren't you?

Another bitter Dingle?

Another football snob?

Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".[/p][/quote]You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets? Melanie :-)

11:44pm Thu 19 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?
No! I am Vince O'Keefe's wife!!!
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".[/p][/quote]You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?[/p][/quote]No! I am Vince O'Keefe's wife!!! Bazzer

12:15am Fri 20 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Bazzer wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?
No! I am Vince O'Keefe's wife!!!
;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".[/p][/quote]You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?[/p][/quote]No! I am Vince O'Keefe's wife!!![/p][/quote];-) Melanie :-)

4:07am Fri 20 Apr 12

Shane says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
I've got a question for Saturday.

Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
You really are snidey, aren't you?

Another bitter Dingle?

Another football snob?

Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?
It's a simple question, what's the answer?
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".[/p][/quote]You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?[/p][/quote]It's a simple question, what's the answer? Shane

4:24am Fri 20 Apr 12

Shane says...

So to sum up the situation......

1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated
2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration.
3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction.


PATHETIC

Is this really what you want?

Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money?

I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.
So to sum up the situation...... 1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated 2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration. 3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction. PATHETIC Is this really what you want? Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money? I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid. Shane

6:45am Fri 20 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Shane

Kurt Nogan left Turf Moor because he could'nt keep up with the drinking culture at the club.

That's the only culture you have or will ever have.

Please do us all a favour and comment on your 'team's' own stories.

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
Shane Kurt Nogan left Turf Moor because he could'nt keep up with the drinking culture at the club. That's the only culture you have or will ever have. Please do us all a favour and comment on your 'team's' own stories. www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore craftandgraft

7:26am Fri 20 Apr 12

Shane says...

craftandgraft wrote:
Shane

Kurt Nogan left Turf Moor because he could'nt keep up with the drinking culture at the club.

That's the only culture you have or will ever have.

Please do us all a favour and comment on your 'team's' own stories.

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
Yeh whatever
[quote][p][bold]craftandgraft[/bold] wrote: Shane Kurt Nogan left Turf Moor because he could'nt keep up with the drinking culture at the club. That's the only culture you have or will ever have. Please do us all a favour and comment on your 'team's' own stories. www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore[/p][/quote]Yeh whatever Shane

7:51am Fri 20 Apr 12

Shane says...

Shane wrote:
Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
I've got a question for Saturday.

Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".
You really are snidey, aren't you?

Another bitter Dingle?

Another football snob?

Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?
It's a simple question, what's the answer?
Sorry I now know the answer. It is none because people have been asked only for an expression of interest.

Therefore the question now is how many people have made an expression of interest?

I read the "trust" believes that £10m is enough to start. That's only 10,000 £1,000 shares..easy!
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: I've got a question for Saturday. Can anyone tell me just how many of these £1000 shares have been sold so far? And I'm taking here about "sold" not just people who have "expressed an interest".[/p][/quote]You really are snidey, aren't you? Another bitter Dingle? Another football snob? Another one of those "you're getting what you deserve" or "you're getting what you asked for" or "everything's come full circle" type of smearing insults that actually mean nothing, just empty epithets?[/p][/quote]It's a simple question, what's the answer?[/p][/quote]Sorry I now know the answer. It is none because people have been asked only for an expression of interest. Therefore the question now is how many people have made an expression of interest? I read the "trust" believes that £10m is enough to start. That's only 10,000 £1,000 shares..easy! Shane

1:00pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Shane wrote:
So to sum up the situation......

1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated
2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration.
3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction.


PATHETIC

Is this really what you want?

Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money?

I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.
You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks.

The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that.

There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered.

We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football.

We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people.

All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger.

You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team.

All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc.

You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan.

You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football.

Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven.

For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t

I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards.

That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected.

That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either.

Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven.

As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire.
[quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: So to sum up the situation...... 1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated 2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration. 3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction. PATHETIC Is this really what you want? Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money? I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.[/p][/quote]You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks. The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that. There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered. We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football. We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people. All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger. You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team. All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc. You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan. You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football. Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven. For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards. That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected. That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either. Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven. As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire. Melanie :-)

6:51pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Bazzer says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote: So to sum up the situation...... 1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated 2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration. 3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction. PATHETIC Is this really what you want? Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money? I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.
You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks. The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that. There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered. We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football. We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people. All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger. You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team. All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc. You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan. You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football. Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven. For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards. That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected. That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either. Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven. As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire.
I wonder if Vince O'Keefe has pledged any money?
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: So to sum up the situation...... 1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated 2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration. 3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction. PATHETIC Is this really what you want? Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money? I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.[/p][/quote]You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks. The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that. There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered. We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football. We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people. All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger. You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team. All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc. You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan. You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football. Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven. For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards. That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected. That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either. Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven. As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire.[/p][/quote]I wonder if Vince O'Keefe has pledged any money? Bazzer

10:02pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Shane says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Shane wrote:
So to sum up the situation......

1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated
2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration.
3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction.


PATHETIC

Is this really what you want?

Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money?

I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.
You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks.

The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that.

There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered.

We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football.

We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people.

All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger.

You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team.

All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc.

You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan.

You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football.

Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven.

For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t

I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards.

That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected.

That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either.

Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven.

As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire.
You really need to get that chip off your shoulder, wake up, look around and consider what part you and the other loyal supporters can take in trying to ensure Premier League football at Ewood Park next season notwithstanding owners, manager etc.

If you think this is walking from the Town Hall to Ewood, entering the ground and chanting and booing then I suggest you stay at home and leave supporters who support BRFC, not the owners or manager, to do their best to ensure survival.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shane[/bold] wrote: So to sum up the situation...... 1. BRFC are in grave danger of being relegated 2. If BRFC go down there is every possibility, under the current regime, that they will be in free fall and there is a possibility that they could go into administration. 3. To help avoid this situation, loyal BRFC supporters are organising a march to protest against the current ownership and manager...something they have been doing with great success for months :) These "loyal" supporters will then enter the stadium and commence to boo at every opportunity. Remember this is all happening before and during a game that they must win to try and save the club from potentially going into extinction. PATHETIC Is this really what you want? Do you want me and others to come on these posts and tell you "I told you so" when you're struggling in the championship with no points and no money? I may be arrogant Melanie, but I'm not deluded and stupid.[/p][/quote]You are arrogant, extremely arrogant and you are another Blackburn obsessed weirdo stalking BRFC message forums with obsessive snide remarks. The effort you put into your derogatory remarks is testimony to that. There is nothing wrong with supporters of a football club staging a protest expressing deeply held concerns that they hold regarding how their club is being administered. We are working-class people in a depressed area that care deeply about the heritage of one of the grandest and oldest institutions in the history of world football. We take great pride in the achievements of BRFC from the days of John Lewis to the days of the late, great and much missed Jack Walker and recall with great warmth, affection and fondness what one of the finest sons of the town did for the area by providing jobs, latterly buying BRFC and the joy and pleasure that adventure brought to many people. All you can do is scoff. All you can do is sneer. All you can do is snigger. You cannot conduct yourself with honour, decency and integrity - much like the owners of BRFC and the manager of the team. All of whom have lied to the fans about transfers, accounts, players, meetings, in court, in the media etc. You like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al have questioned people's mental health, physically assaulted, verbally threatened physical assault, threatened to report people to the police, disdainfully smeared from the side lines and conducted yourselves with studious, unwavering arrogance and contempt for the common fan. You have sought to smear and blame the fans for the demise of a once proud football club that was widely regarded - within the game - as one of the best run football clubs in world football. Kean, the Venky's, scabs like KDG, True Blue 84, Liiiil et al and the disgraceful antics of Jason Roberts shouting down the mic on national BBC radio every Saturday night at Rovers fans with jaw dropping contempt when they dared to question Kean and the Venky's was one of the most appalling episodes in this whole affair and should never be forgotten - or forgiven. For me, what will long live on will be the playing of extremely loud music by Gerald Jackson on Radio Rovers to drown out the protesting voices of the fans in the Blackburn End and the sneaking removal of flowers in the dead of night form Jack Walkers statue. t I of course have not yet mentioned the assaults on protesters by so-called fans or the brutal arrest and assault of a father and is 14 year old son at Ewood Park or the vicious assault - again by the police - on fans at the Reebok Stadium or the assaults on protesters by stewards. That the national media should ridicule, giggle and generally besmearch the name of Blackburn, BRFC, its supporters and the protesters is not surprising. It is to be expected. That pundits and ex players should at worst smear the Rovers fans and at best remain silent is of no surprise either. Hendry - silence. Shearer - silence. Gallagher - "Rovers fans are an embarrassment." Garner - left it too late. The LT - should never be forgiven. As to your questions about how many have taken up the offer to buy shares at £1000 - so what? Just because at this stage it is difficult to tell who has money, who does not, who will buy shares and who will not - proves nothing - and is nothing more than a cynical footballing snobs attempt at denigrating the working-class people of Blackburn and East Lancashire.[/p][/quote]You really need to get that chip off your shoulder, wake up, look around and consider what part you and the other loyal supporters can take in trying to ensure Premier League football at Ewood Park next season notwithstanding owners, manager etc. If you think this is walking from the Town Hall to Ewood, entering the ground and chanting and booing then I suggest you stay at home and leave supporters who support BRFC, not the owners or manager, to do their best to ensure survival. Shane

11:34pm Tue 24 Apr 12

Darwen Malc says...

I cant get ths song out of my head....Status Quo.....Down Down deeper and down :-(
I cant get ths song out of my head....Status Quo.....Down Down deeper and down :-( Darwen Malc

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