Givet should be in Blackburn Rovers starting line-up for crunch Canaries clash

GAEL Givet is expected to return to Blackburn Rovers' starting line-up for tomorrow's crunch home clash against Norwich City following clear-the-air talks with manager Steve Kean.

Kean said at this afternoon's pre-match press conference that Frenchman Givet had been 'fantastic' in training all week and will be considered for selection.

Yakubu (Achilles) and Junior Hoilett (hamstring) had also shook off slight injuries and will also be available, but Martin Olsson is a slight doubt with a groin injury.

Grant Hanley is out for the rest of the season with an ankle ligament injury.

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2:31pm Fri 20 Apr 12

bypass06 says...

Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back

Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized

Written by Andrew Howells.

Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers.

The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business?

Evidence of ‘fowl’ play
“We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.”

Bad guidance?
Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.”

The urgent need for change.
Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back.
Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized Written by Andrew Howells. Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers. The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business? Evidence of ‘fowl’ play “We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.” Bad guidance? Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.” The urgent need for change. Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back. bypass06

2:46pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight.


arte et labore.
1875.
v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875. blueandwhite1971

2:46pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

FINANCIAL DIRECTOR – GET YOUR SUMS RIGHT!!
New Financial director Karen Silk was given the task of balancing the books in a savage cost cutting exercise. Players contracts were not renewed or cancelled, players were unable to play to save massive sums on appearance money.
Chris Samba was sold for twelve million pounds.
All very well and good but Blackburn Rovers are about to lose their Premiership status and according to the Premiership chief executive Richard Scudamore (above) that is worth 90 million pounds.
So correct me if I am wrong, but isn’t Karen Silk’s cost cutting false economics.
Or am I missing something?
Reg
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk/
FINANCIAL DIRECTOR – GET YOUR SUMS RIGHT!! New Financial director Karen Silk was given the task of balancing the books in a savage cost cutting exercise. Players contracts were not renewed or cancelled, players were unable to play to save massive sums on appearance money. Chris Samba was sold for twelve million pounds. All very well and good but Blackburn Rovers are about to lose their Premiership status and according to the Premiership chief executive Richard Scudamore (above) that is worth 90 million pounds. So correct me if I am wrong, but isn’t Karen Silk’s cost cutting false economics. Or am I missing something? Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/ Reg Rover

2:47pm Fri 20 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
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk/
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 www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/ Reg Rover

2:47pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN
Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce.
Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail.
Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds.
My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson.
But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism.
Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed.
Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions.
My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic.
READ AND WEEP.
Reg
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk/
PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce. Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail. Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds. My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism. Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed. Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions. My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic. READ AND WEEP. Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/ Reg Rover

2:48pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

SEASON TICKETS / HAVE YOU SENT YOURS BACK YET ?
As previously mentioned I have sent back to Mr Paul Hunt deputy chief executive (above).
The request received to renew my season ticket along with a covering letter requesting the removal of Kean. I suggest you all do the same as a contribution to bring down this woeful regime. Actions speak louder than words, hit the Venky’s in the pocket. Kean is so far responsible for losing 5,000 spectators per game, more will follow. How can they afford to continually employ him?
Reg
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk/
SEASON TICKETS / HAVE YOU SENT YOURS BACK YET ? As previously mentioned I have sent back to Mr Paul Hunt deputy chief executive (above). The request received to renew my season ticket along with a covering letter requesting the removal of Kean. I suggest you all do the same as a contribution to bring down this woeful regime. Actions speak louder than words, hit the Venky’s in the pocket. Kean is so far responsible for losing 5,000 spectators per game, more will follow. How can they afford to continually employ him? Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/ Reg Rover

2:49pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Reg Rover says...

THE SUN ON SUNDAY / DISRESPECTFUL TO ROVERS FANS
Paul Jiggins writing in the Sun on Sunday 15th April following the Swansea game wrote “like all struggling clubs, everyone must hold up their hands, including the fans.
Who do they think they are? Man United? Complaining about a relegation fight is like a vegetarian complaining about a Venky chicken”.
No it isn’t Mr Jiggins. Rovers are in their twelfth consecutive season in the Premiership during which time we have had illustrious and well respected managers such as Graeme Souness, Mark Hughes and Sam Allardyce. We have qualified for Europe twice, been in two FA Cup Semi-finals, two Carling Cup semi-finals and won the Carling Cup (formerly Worthington) final 2002.Never finished lower than 15th and that was a one off and are used to a top ten finish.
So no Mr Jiggins we do not think we are Man Utd but neither do we expect to be firmly implanted in the bottom three most of the season and heading for relegation. So a little more respect and a little less sarcasm if you please Mr Jiggins.

Reg

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THE SUN ON SUNDAY / DISRESPECTFUL TO ROVERS FANS Paul Jiggins writing in the Sun on Sunday 15th April following the Swansea game wrote “like all struggling clubs, everyone must hold up their hands, including the fans. Who do they think they are? Man United? Complaining about a relegation fight is like a vegetarian complaining about a Venky chicken”. No it isn’t Mr Jiggins. Rovers are in their twelfth consecutive season in the Premiership during which time we have had illustrious and well respected managers such as Graeme Souness, Mark Hughes and Sam Allardyce. We have qualified for Europe twice, been in two FA Cup Semi-finals, two Carling Cup semi-finals and won the Carling Cup (formerly Worthington) final 2002.Never finished lower than 15th and that was a one off and are used to a top ten finish. So no Mr Jiggins we do not think we are Man Utd but neither do we expect to be firmly implanted in the bottom three most of the season and heading for relegation. So a little more respect and a little less sarcasm if you please Mr Jiggins. Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/ Reg Rover

2:50pm Fri 20 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

ww.regoftherovers.co
.uk/
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 ww.regoftherovers.co .uk/ Reg Rover

2:56pm Fri 20 Apr 12

did you smash it? says...

Bore off Reg
Bore off Reg did you smash it?

2:58pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS.
now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers.

arte et labore.
1875
good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS. now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers. arte et labore. 1875 blueandwhite1971

3:12pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Jimmy Jambone says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS.
now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers.

arte et labore.
1875
That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS. now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers. arte et labore. 1875[/p][/quote]That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1. Jimmy Jambone

3:14pm Fri 20 Apr 12

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

COMMENT - Its too late LT we are down and no fans are kidding themselves - you should be directing every effort into how we get Kean out of our club.
.
Kean Out!
.
In the words of a famous court case - "LET" HIM HAVE IT!
.
Stop fannying around Rovers fans with marches and other rubbish - get behind the team, Come On You Blues, ole ole Givet, Only one Ryan Nelsen etc and then a MASSIVE KEAN OUT inside the ground!
.
34th.....
COMMENT - Its too late LT we are down and no fans are kidding themselves - you should be directing every effort into how we get Kean out of our club. . Kean Out! . In the words of a famous court case - "LET" HIM HAVE IT! . Stop fannying around Rovers fans with marches and other rubbish - get behind the team, Come On You Blues, ole ole Givet, Only one Ryan Nelsen etc and then a MASSIVE KEAN OUT inside the ground! . 34th..... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

3:15pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

Jimmy Jambone wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS.
now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers.

arte et labore.
1875
That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1.
your sister is calling you back to bed, now jog on theres a good little dingle.
[quote][p][bold]Jimmy Jambone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS. now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers. arte et labore. 1875[/p][/quote]That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1.[/p][/quote]your sister is calling you back to bed, now jog on theres a good little dingle. blueandwhite1971

3:32pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Roverlad says...

Jimmy Jambone wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote: good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS. now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers. arte et labore. 1875
That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1.
You dingles are pathetic. you think your abusing us by saying we are getting relegated. The sad truth is most Rovers fans already know this, and have for a while. The only uproar is the way in which its happening, and this is something EVERY club should be aware of. Even little old interbreeding, cross dressing, skip licking bumley.
[quote][p][bold]Jimmy Jambone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: good , valid and thoughtfully put words tho they are reg these comments are just that WORDS! ACTIONS ARE WHAT COUNTS. now the time for action is upon us. comments on here worry venkys like burnley worry trophies, they dont, now put your opinions into actions and jump on the brsit bandwagon, we`re gathering pace now and soon the immovable object that is venkys will soon meet the unstoppable force that is rovers. arte et labore. 1875[/p][/quote]That sounds very impressive. What sound will it make when they collide? My money is on a limp **** sound, like a broken Whoopee cushion, as Rovers slide into League 1.[/p][/quote]You dingles are pathetic. you think your abusing us by saying we are getting relegated. The sad truth is most Rovers fans already know this, and have for a while. The only uproar is the way in which its happening, and this is something EVERY club should be aware of. Even little old interbreeding, cross dressing, skip licking bumley. Roverlad

3:34pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Melanie :-) says...

Visit the new Ewood Park web page:

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com/
Visit the new Ewood Park web page: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/ Melanie :-)

3:42pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

Melanie :-) wrote:
Visit the new Ewood Park web page:

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com/
now thats a jolly good read.


1875.
[quote][p][bold]Melanie :-)[/bold] wrote: Visit the new Ewood Park web page: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]now thats a jolly good read. 1875. blueandwhite1971

3:53pm Fri 20 Apr 12

beardy1967 says...

that's givet not playing then
that's givet not playing then beardy1967

4:01pm Fri 20 Apr 12

RobbyRover says...

What's the betting on him developing a "mystery illness" tomorrow morning? Maybe, like Samba, he'll text the doctor complaining of stomach cramps...

Then again maybe the best thing Givet could have done was stand up to Keanoccio - he's scared if he winds him up again he will spill the beans!

GIVET FOR MANAGER!!!
What's the betting on him developing a "mystery illness" tomorrow morning? Maybe, like Samba, he'll text the doctor complaining of stomach cramps... Then again maybe the best thing Givet could have done was stand up to Keanoccio - he's scared if he winds him up again he will spill the beans! GIVET FOR MANAGER!!! RobbyRover

4:22pm Fri 20 Apr 12

submin01 says...

Reg Rover wrote:
PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN
Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce.
Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail.
Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds.
My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson.
But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism.
Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed.
Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions.
My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic.
READ AND WEEP.
Reg
www.regoftherovers.c

o.uk/
This is the most sensible comment on the forum. He is right about all the consequences of Anderson and Kean running the team. Kean could not teach a Frog to Jump.
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce. Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail. Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds. My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism. Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed. Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions. My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic. READ AND WEEP. Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/[/p][/quote]This is the most sensible comment on the forum. He is right about all the consequences of Anderson and Kean running the team. Kean could not teach a Frog to Jump. submin01

4:45pm Fri 20 Apr 12

McClaret says...

Givet to captain tomorrow?
Givet to captain tomorrow? McClaret

5:02pm Fri 20 Apr 12

givet82 says...

henley LB,,,hope so he was decent against united and in the youth cup
henley LB,,,hope so he was decent against united and in the youth cup givet82

5:03pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875 blueandwhite1971

5:04pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Bangkok Rover says...

Givet player manager please.
Givet player manager please. Bangkok Rover

5:08pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

TUGAY! TUGAY! TUGAY!

givet player assistant manager.

1875.

LET THE REBUILD BEGIN.
TUGAY! TUGAY! TUGAY! givet player assistant manager. 1875. LET THE REBUILD BEGIN. blueandwhite1971

5:10pm Fri 20 Apr 12

givet82 says...

givet manager????????????R
EALLY when did he get his badges,,saying that he can't do much worse
givet manager????????????R EALLY when did he get his badges,,saying that he can't do much worse givet82

5:16pm Fri 20 Apr 12

4youreyesonly says...

Great news about Givet , but all to late .................

Drunken liar Kean out
Great news about Givet , but all to late ................. Drunken liar Kean out 4youreyesonly

5:20pm Fri 20 Apr 12

flea says...

Why is Kean a liar ? Can you imagine if he suddenly makes a smirky smile out of the blue ? I think he's a villain in disguise all along.
Why is Kean a liar ? Can you imagine if he suddenly makes a smirky smile out of the blue ? I think he's a villain in disguise all along. flea

5:32pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

flea wrote:
Why is Kean a liar ? Can you imagine if he suddenly makes a smirky smile out of the blue ? I think he's a villain in disguise all along.
OR WORSE , HE COULD WINK LIKE RONALDO.
[quote][p][bold]flea[/bold] wrote: Why is Kean a liar ? Can you imagine if he suddenly makes a smirky smile out of the blue ? I think he's a villain in disguise all along.[/p][/quote]OR WORSE , HE COULD WINK LIKE RONALDO. blueandwhite1971

5:42pm Fri 20 Apr 12

fabinribblevalley says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.
I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.[/p][/quote]I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy fabinribblevalley

5:47pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

fabinribblevalley wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.
I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy
HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP.

V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL.
[quote][p][bold]fabinribblevalley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.[/p][/quote]I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy[/p][/quote]HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP. V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL. blueandwhite1971

5:52pm Fri 20 Apr 12

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

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th....... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

6:01pm Fri 20 Apr 12

nontetleydrinker says...

Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts.

These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india.

Happy protesting my friends.
Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends. nontetleydrinker

6:05pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

nontetleydrinker wrote:
Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts.

These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india.

Happy protesting my friends.
I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY.
[quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends.[/p][/quote]I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY. blueandwhite1971

6:10pm Fri 20 Apr 12

nontetleydrinker says...

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
[quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ? nontetleydrinker

6:15pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

nontetleydrinker wrote:
Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.
[quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?[/p][/quote]HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT. blueandwhite1971

6:17pm Fri 20 Apr 12

givet82 says...

nontetleydrinker wrote:
Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
yes dingles gay boy
[quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?[/p][/quote]yes dingles gay boy givet82

6:20pm Fri 20 Apr 12

nontetleydrinker says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.
correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ?
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?[/p][/quote]HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.[/p][/quote]correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ? nontetleydrinker

6:21pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

nontetleydrinker wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.
correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ?
NO WE WILL BE PASSING YOUR SISTER ROUND LIKE THE SEX SLAVE SHE IS.
[quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?[/p][/quote]HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.[/p][/quote]correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ?[/p][/quote]NO WE WILL BE PASSING YOUR SISTER ROUND LIKE THE SEX SLAVE SHE IS. blueandwhite1971

6:23pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
Virtually
Everyone
Northern
Knows
Your
Scum.

1875
Kan't
Even
Argue as I am a
Numpty
.
34th.......
Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?
HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.
correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ?
NO WE WILL BE PASSING YOUR SISTER ROUND LIKE THE SEX SLAVE SHE IS.
P.S SCROAT IS SPELLED SCROTE MY ILLITERATE FRIEND.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: Virtually Everyone Northern Knows Your Scum. 1875[/p][/quote]Kan't Even Argue as I am a Numpty . 34th.......[/p][/quote]Evening Derek. do you know what the donkeys will be having for lunch tomorrow on blackpool beach ?[/p][/quote]HALF AN HOUR YA C@NT.[/p][/quote]correct my scroaty friend. are you sharing derek's computer on the caravan site my pony riding caravan dwelling friend ?[/p][/quote]NO WE WILL BE PASSING YOUR SISTER ROUND LIKE THE SEX SLAVE SHE IS.[/p][/quote]P.S SCROAT IS SPELLED SCROTE MY ILLITERATE FRIEND. blueandwhite1971

6:25pm Fri 20 Apr 12

rovers1979 says...

I hear that tugay has been banned form trianing ground by kean and venkeys - can someone put some truth to this story
I hear that tugay has been banned form trianing ground by kean and venkeys - can someone put some truth to this story rovers1979

6:28pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Cha'mone MF says...

bypass06 wrote:
Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back

Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized

Written by Andrew Howells.

Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers.

The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business?

Evidence of ‘fowl’ play
“We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.”

Bad guidance?
Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.”

The urgent need for change.
Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back.
You've probably just wasted half an hour of your life typing all that out!
[quote][p][bold]bypass06[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized Written by Andrew Howells. Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers. The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business? Evidence of ‘fowl’ play “We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.” Bad guidance? Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.” The urgent need for change. Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back.[/p][/quote]You've probably just wasted half an hour of your life typing all that out! Cha'mone MF

6:31pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Chico! says...

nontetleydrinker wrote:
Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends.
Ooh look, a dingle!

ALL WAVE AT THE DINGLE!

Be careful though, as they're timid little creatures and get startled easily...

This one is particularly tetchy, be nice to the poor little critter!
[quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends.[/p][/quote]Ooh look, a dingle! ALL WAVE AT THE DINGLE! Be careful though, as they're timid little creatures and get startled easily... This one is particularly tetchy, be nice to the poor little critter! Chico!

6:44pm Fri 20 Apr 12

Road Runner Road Runner says...

Reg Rover wrote:
PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN
Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce.
Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail.
Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds.
My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson.
But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism.
Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed.
Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions.
My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic.
READ AND WEEP.
Reg
www.regoftherovers.c

o.uk/
Your absolutely correct Reg.

Certainly my BRFC cocoon as burst in spectacular fashion.

Lessons learned.

Arte et labore
[quote][p][bold]Reg Rover[/bold] wrote: PROPER CLUB, PROPER MANAGER AND PROPER CHAIRMAN Wigan seem to have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone following three wins from four games. But amazingly those games were against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal with only Chelsea being an unlucky reverse result and condemning Blackburn Rovers to almost certain relegation. How Kean must have winced at Wigan’s fighting display against Arsenal following Rovers pathetic performance at Swansea. Whilst Wigan’s success is hard to take for Rovers fans at least this is a proper football club run for the fans by a brilliant Chairman in Ex-Rovers stalwart Dave Whelan (above) and a proper manager in Roberto Martinez, just like Rovers used to have in John Williams and Sam Allardyce. Was their only me who lamented their departure in December 2010 and February 2011? I warned you all what would happen. I was scoffed at, I was ridiculed by all in sundry including former Rovers Striker Chris (I have a book to sell) Sutton. Lancashire telegraph editor Kevin (to inflammatory) Young who banned my opinions as being to ‘controversial and inflammatory’ as quoted in the Daily Mail. Strange I haven’t heard from French Rover and other critics of late, they are probably singing another song now or licking their wounds. My opinions are well documented and to my credit even brought fury from disgraced football agent Jerome (the man who ruined Blackburn Rovers) Anderson. But I have been proven 100% correct in all opinion’s and forecast’s over the eighteen months since Venky’s bought Blackburn Rovers and sacked Sam Allardyce. I would rather have been 100% wrong but a little delving into peoples past and track records would have given forewarning of what was about to unfold at Ewood. Pity the Lancashire Telegraph could not have taken the time to do some investigative journalism. Do not think the worse is over; do not think Rovers will bounce back into the Premiership. Worse is to follow, ignore my words at your peril, do not ignore me again. The only solution is first to remove Kean, Rovers are quickly becoming his own personal play thing, he is answerable to no one but himself, he is totally out of control. Any good club needs a good experienced football manager, Rovers have not got one. Secondly, somehow somebody has to get the Rao family to sell the club. I don’t know how that could be achieved. I can only suggest bringing pressure to bare on the Walker Trust to buy back the club in memory or Jack Walker or bring pressure to bare on Blackburn and Darwen town council to buy the club for the community as a community asset or bring pressure to bare on the Premier League itself by complaining that the Rao family are not fit and proper people to run the club. In a months’ time it will be the Football League we have to deal with once relegation is confirmed. Unfortunately even well respected ex Rovers players Tony Parkes and Robbie Savage who originally agreed with my opinion’s and had strong opinions of their own regarding Kean and Venky’s have recently amazingly back tracked on their opinions. Only ex Rovers player Kevin Gallagher now a media pundit, has like me stuck to his guns and opinions. My article BLACKBURN ROVERS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN posted on this website in March 2011 has proven to be very prophetic. READ AND WEEP. Reg www.regoftherovers.c o.uk/[/p][/quote]Your absolutely correct Reg. Certainly my BRFC cocoon as burst in spectacular fashion. Lessons learned. Arte et labore Road Runner Road Runner

6:47pm Fri 20 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

These same Burnley fans posting on here... so boring. Not even a wind-up anymore really. When you knew you would be relegated months ago and actually that isnt the problem, the goading about it doesnt work does it. Somebody told me that the Walkers still own the ground. Is that true?
These same Burnley fans posting on here... so boring. Not even a wind-up anymore really. When you knew you would be relegated months ago and actually that isnt the problem, the goading about it doesnt work does it. Somebody told me that the Walkers still own the ground. Is that true? merlinrabbit

6:52pm Fri 20 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Dont forget, when they shut the comments facility down for the weekend, get on the Burnley columns and discuss under there.
Dont forget, when they shut the comments facility down for the weekend, get on the Burnley columns and discuss under there. merlinrabbit

7:08pm Fri 20 Apr 12

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

rovers1979 wrote:
I hear that tugay has been banned form trianing ground by kean and venkeys - can someone put some truth to this story
Stupid,
Tyranic,
Erroneous,
Viscious,
Embarassing,
Knobhead.
Egotistical,
Alchoholic,
Nonentity.
.
Hope that helps explain!
.
34th....
[quote][p][bold]rovers1979[/bold] wrote: I hear that tugay has been banned form trianing ground by kean and venkeys - can someone put some truth to this story[/p][/quote]Stupid, Tyranic, Erroneous, Viscious, Embarassing, Knobhead. Egotistical, Alchoholic, Nonentity. . Hope that helps explain! . 34th.... Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles!

7:14pm Fri 20 Apr 12

burnleyglentoran says...

URGENT MESSAGE TO AGENT KEAN:

The illegitimates are becoming increasingly restless. It maybe time to end the current winless run.No need to complete the mission prematurely.

BEST OF BRITISH AGENT KEAN
URGENT MESSAGE TO AGENT KEAN: The illegitimates are becoming increasingly restless. It maybe time to end the current winless run.No need to complete the mission prematurely. BEST OF BRITISH AGENT KEAN burnleyglentoran

7:17pm Fri 20 Apr 12

bypass06 says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
fabinribblevalley wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.
I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy
HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP.

V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL.
What a great link blueandwhite1971
brilliant picture.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fabinribblevalley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.[/p][/quote]I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy[/p][/quote]HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP. V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL.[/p][/quote]What a great link blueandwhite1971 brilliant picture. bypass06

7:19pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

Tactics
Understands rovers
God like
Ambassador
Yearns to be back.


1875
Tactics Understands rovers God like Ambassador Yearns to be back. 1875 blueandwhite1971

7:22pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

bypass06 wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
fabinribblevalley wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.
I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy
HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP.

V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL.
What a great link blueandwhite1971
brilliant picture.
happy to help. 1-0 chelsea.

1875
[quote][p][bold]bypass06[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fabinribblevalley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: v.i.p. stand. thats the website for rovers v chelsea youth tonight. arte et labore. 1875.[/p][/quote]I think the v.i.p is now r.i.p Blackburn Rovers. I for one will not go again until venky's are sent packing. It seems this is Asian strategy[/p][/quote]HOW THAT STOPS YOU WATCHING OUR YOUTH IS BEYOND ME, THE LADS NEED ENCOURAGEMENT , IT MAY PERSUADE EM TO STAY, GOD KNOWS WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN MUSTER, WE MAY HAVE TO RELY ON THESE PLAYERS IN THE NEXT FEW SEASONS AFTER VENKYS HAVE EMPTIED THE KITTY AT LEAST WE COULD CHEER EM HOME IN THE CUP. V.I.P. STAND FREE ONLINE FOOTBALL.[/p][/quote]What a great link blueandwhite1971 brilliant picture.[/p][/quote]happy to help. 1-0 chelsea. 1875 blueandwhite1971

7:23pm Fri 20 Apr 12

rovertakenmb says...

Fingers crossed that everyone is 1) in the right frame of mind 2) not due a contract extension 3) fit enough to last a good hour or so 4) not too disheartened by the protests, etc, etc.
Fingers crossed that everyone is 1) in the right frame of mind 2) not due a contract extension 3) fit enough to last a good hour or so 4) not too disheartened by the protests, etc, etc. rovertakenmb

7:29pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

2-0 im afraid.
2-0 im afraid. blueandwhite1971

7:49pm Fri 20 Apr 12

FCBurnley says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts.

These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india.

Happy protesting my friends.
I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY.
Oh dear,oh dear,oh dear. Sir you have the wit of a 3 toed sloth.
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends.[/p][/quote]I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY.[/p][/quote]Oh dear,oh dear,oh dear. Sir you have the wit of a 3 toed sloth. FCBurnley

7:54pm Fri 20 Apr 12

nontetleydrinker says...

blueandwhite1971 wrote:
2-0 im afraid.
Ha Ha Ha. End of !!!
[quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: 2-0 im afraid.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha Ha. End of !!! nontetleydrinker

7:55pm Fri 20 Apr 12

blueandwhite1971 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
blueandwhite1971 wrote:
nontetleydrinker wrote:
Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts.

These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india.

Happy protesting my friends.
I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY.
Oh dear,oh dear,oh dear. Sir you have the wit of a 3 toed sloth.
and you my illegitimate marsupial have both the look and the knowledge of a retarded amoeba.

you will find the definition of amoeba in the dictionary under A it comes before ar5ehole and after alcoholic.
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blueandwhite1971[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nontetleydrinker[/bold] wrote: Venkys have taken on board the "moaning and constant whining" that has been going on of late, so venkys have agreed to supply waterproof macs for tomorrows latest protest to all scroats wearing scruffy blue and white football shirts. These macs will have the words 'venkys scroats' in big blue lettering on the backs of the macs, please do not be offended by this as scroat has a different meaning in india, oh yes translated in indian scroat means "Drowned Rat" and these creatures are held in high esteem in india. Happy protesting my friends.[/p][/quote]I FEAR OUR PROTESTS MAY GO UNNOTICED AS A SIMILAR PROTEST OUTLAWING INCEST IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME TIME IN BURNLEY.[/p][/quote]Oh dear,oh dear,oh dear. Sir you have the wit of a 3 toed sloth.[/p][/quote]and you my illegitimate marsupial have both the look and the knowledge of a retarded amoeba. you will find the definition of amoeba in the dictionary under A it comes before ar5ehole and after alcoholic. blueandwhite1971

8:38pm Fri 20 Apr 12

craftandgraft says...

Do you know that most of the women in Jolly Town are men?

www.brsit.co.uk

Arte et Labore
ps. better than sheep.
Do you know that most of the women in Jolly Town are men? www.brsit.co.uk Arte et Labore ps. better than sheep. craftandgraft

8:53pm Fri 20 Apr 12

bring back the good old days says...

bypass06 wrote:
Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back

Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized

Written by Andrew Howells.

Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers.

The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business?

Evidence of ‘fowl’ play
“We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.”

Bad guidance?
Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.”

The urgent need for change.
Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back.
Thats all very interesting, but I'm afraid a little too late.

The only rational explanation of Venkys buying Rovers in the first place was marketting their business. And its worked, all now know who Venkys are.
They will suffer if they 'harm' BRFC ? I don't think so, the only outlets to suffer would be the one on Ewood, at the m'way junction and in the Mall. Thats as far as anyone else is concerned enough not to buy.
Burnleys outlet will more
than compensate that loss!
As for in Manch, Birm, London etc. you don't honestly think anyone gives a fig for BRFC!
The accounts are over in India, so I am none too sure whether HMRC will realise their total dues.
Losses? they have sold on a very healthy poundsworth of players and put very little back.
Unfamiliar with English Football too right they are. But, to manipulate a business to their advantage, I am sure they are well versed.
[quote][p][bold]bypass06[/bold] wrote: Blackburn Wants Its Rovers Back Published on April 20, 2012 by Committee in Uncategorized Written by Andrew Howells. Whether Blackburn Rovers will be in the Premier League or the Championship next season evidently doesn’t matter to their Indian owners, Venky’s. As the protests against their ownership continue with the launch of a supporters trust, intent on bringing the club back into community ownership, Andrew Howells examines just why Venky’s seem so set on ruining Rovers. The obvious questions around Allardyce’s sacking, Kean’s appointment and false promises of investment aside; the one thing that surely nobody in the footballing world can comprehend is why the owners – as Rovers plunge, potentially Championship-bound, into more and more misery – are set on destroying the club faster than Mario Balotelli can light up a bathroom full of fireworks. One theory I’d like to examine is that the chicken farmers have bought the club to use as a short-term marketing tool to grow their business. With this in mind, is it suddenly slightly easier to see why Venky’s are cost-cutting at Rovers at every opportunity, investing instead in their poultry business? Evidence of ‘fowl’ play “We want good football and Blackburn to be fourth or fifth in the league or even better. The fans should trust us because this is in the best interests of the club”, said Mrs Anuradha Desai, Venky’s chief in December 2010. This statement happened to coincide with not only the sacking of Sam Allardyce, but also the launch of Venky’s Exprs, a ready to eat chicken outlet, in Bihar, India. Former manager Allardyce was on a reported £1.25 million a year when Venky’s took over. As his replacement they appointed Steve Kean, a man with no prior experience of managing a football club, on a reported £350,000 a year. That’s a £900,000 a year saving. One troubled year later, in December 2011, and Kean, who appears to be the Venky’s ‘yes man’, was reportedly instructed to no longer play experienced defender Michel Salgado. This is because if he plays one more game it will activate a clause in his contract, giving him an extra year at the club. This incident occurred around the same time as the owners posted an annual pre-tax loss of £18.6m (compared to £1.9 million the previous year), and it was not a one-off. As local Lancashire Telegraph journalist Andy Cryer points out: “Chris Samba, Keith Andrews, El-Hadji Diouf, Jason Roberts, Michel Salgado and now Gael Givet have seen ‘issues’ stop them from playing at the football club when they were needed most.” Are these all finance related as well? Perhaps the most interesting evidence to support my theory however, is Venky’s decision to not appoint a Chairman. Instead they are content to ‘run’ the club from India. Surely you need a Chairman; someone who understand’s the game, the business and who can be based at the club full-time to run things? Rovers’ all-time top scorer Simon Garner, who has recently joined the Blackburn Rovers Supporters Investment Trust (BRSIT) campaign to bring the club back into community ownership, thinks so: “The way to stop the mess is by appointing a Chairman to run the club the right way. The last 12 months have shown you can’t run an English club from India.” Bad guidance? Despite how plausible it seems, I cannot believe that anyone would intentionally destroy a football club, and Wigan Chairman and former Blackburn player Dave Whelan has offered a slightly more realistic theory: he claims Venky’s simply ‘don’t understand football’. I would say they don’t understand football as a game, a business or a community. The Venky’s completed their takeover with the guidance of football agent Jerome Anderson, who continues to be involved in the running of the club and who interestingly counts then first team coach, Steve Kean, as a client. Are the owners, blind to the ways of our beautiful game, simply receiving bad advise then? Commenting on Anderson’s involvement in running Rovers, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: “Jerome Anderson? He couldn’t pick his nose. It’s baffling, and it’s a serious threat to how clubs are run and how they conduct themselves.” The urgent need for change. Whatever the reasons for Venky’s actions to date, they must begin to listen to the fans – who pay their money week in, week out, season after season – and urgently communicate their intentions, vision and strategy for the club. If Venky’s have bought the club to expand and make a success of their poultry business, they must understand that to do so they have to also make a success of Blackburn Rovers. British football is a family and if they ruin Rovers, surely nobody will buy their products. If they simply don’t understand football, then they need to be big enough to hold their hands up and say so, bring sensible people into key roles who do understand the game (such as a Chairman) and admit they do not wish to invest much money. You don’t need money to be successful – look at Swansea, Fulham and Norwich – but as owners, you must demonstrate you care about the club, its fan base and its local community. So, 17 seasons on from lifting a Premier League title, a cloud of concern, uncertainty and despair looms over Ewood Park. One thing is clear though: change is needed. Venky’s need to finally listen to the protests, take note of what the fans have to say, and start to act in the best interests of the club – not just their poultry business. Blackburn fans will not stand by and watch their club destroyed; they will fight to save it; and they will take drastic action if needs be. Venky’s be warned: Blackburn wants its Rovers back.[/p][/quote]Thats all very interesting, but I'm afraid a little too late. The only rational explanation of Venkys buying Rovers in the first place was marketting their business. And its worked, all now know who Venkys are. They will suffer if they 'harm' BRFC ? I don't think so, the only outlets to suffer would be the one on Ewood, at the m'way junction and in the Mall. Thats as far as anyone else is concerned enough not to buy. Burnleys outlet will more than compensate that loss! As for in Manch, Birm, London etc. you don't honestly think anyone gives a fig for BRFC! The accounts are over in India, so I am none too sure whether HMRC will realise their total dues. Losses? they have sold on a very healthy poundsworth of players and put very little back. Unfamiliar with English Football too right they are. But, to manipulate a business to their advantage, I am sure they are well versed. bring back the good old days

9:45pm Fri 20 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

I know there is banter and all that but really, what is wrong with these few folk from Burnley that seem to sit over this site every part of the day engaging in moronic exchanges with vile language. To even have those sorts of phrases in their stock of language shows the gutter level they are at. It's these sort of people that are rotting this country. They have nothing to offer, no meaningful life, bored, really bitter to the point that it breeds obsession. The handful on here, I dislike you not because you are Burnley fans but because you are foul mouthed, foul minded individuals and probably the dregs of the normal Burnley following. Im hoping you are young and naieve because if you are adults, heaven help us all.
I know there is banter and all that but really, what is wrong with these few folk from Burnley that seem to sit over this site every part of the day engaging in moronic exchanges with vile language. To even have those sorts of phrases in their stock of language shows the gutter level they are at. It's these sort of people that are rotting this country. They have nothing to offer, no meaningful life, bored, really bitter to the point that it breeds obsession. The handful on here, I dislike you not because you are Burnley fans but because you are foul mouthed, foul minded individuals and probably the dregs of the normal Burnley following. Im hoping you are young and naieve because if you are adults, heaven help us all. merlinrabbit

9:47pm Fri 20 Apr 12

merlinrabbit says...

Actually came on here to say I heard a rumour that Robbo and Kean had an arguement on tuesday and Robbo thumped Kean in the mouth. Well I guess we'll know how much truth is in it if Robbo isnt between the sticks or Kean has a fat lip.
Actually came on here to say I heard a rumour that Robbo and Kean had an arguement on tuesday and Robbo thumped Kean in the mouth. Well I guess we'll know how much truth is in it if Robbo isnt between the sticks or Kean has a fat lip. merlinrabbit

10:55pm Fri 20 Apr 12

French Rover says...

Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus!
Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus! French Rover

12:00am Sat 21 Apr 12

philmoulden says...

Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles! wrote:
COMMENT - Its too late LT we are down and no fans are kidding themselves - you should be directing every effort into how we get Kean out of our club.
.
Kean Out!
.
In the words of a famous court case - "LET" HIM HAVE IT!
.
Stop fannying around Rovers fans with marches and other rubbish - get behind the team, Come On You Blues, ole ole Givet, Only one Ryan Nelsen etc and then a MASSIVE KEAN OUT inside the ground!
.
34th.....
thats the spirit morst ,ive wanted kean to take much more stick then he,s got up to now ,the guys a disgrace ,not fit to lace jim ileys boots
the tw@t has got off lightly
give him hell
[quote][p][bold]Morst The 88th Min Heartbreaker of Dingles![/bold] wrote: COMMENT - Its too late LT we are down and no fans are kidding themselves - you should be directing every effort into how we get Kean out of our club. . Kean Out! . In the words of a famous court case - "LET" HIM HAVE IT! . Stop fannying around Rovers fans with marches and other rubbish - get behind the team, Come On You Blues, ole ole Givet, Only one Ryan Nelsen etc and then a MASSIVE KEAN OUT inside the ground! . 34th.....[/p][/quote]thats the spirit morst ,ive wanted kean to take much more stick then he,s got up to now ,the guys a disgrace ,not fit to lace jim ileys boots the tw@t has got off lightly give him hell philmoulden

4:42pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

French Rover wrote:
Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus!
What a sweet three points...keep the faith- NOT down yet despite the doubters eh Morst
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus![/p][/quote]What a sweet three points...keep the faith- NOT down yet despite the doubters eh Morst French Rover

4:42pm Sat 21 Apr 12

French Rover says...

French Rover wrote:
Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus!
What a sweet three points...keep the faith- NOT down yet despite the doubters eh Morst
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: Great news Great Givet - and and with Hoilett and the Yak there are goals for us tomorrow. It might not be 7-1 again but mark my words the Norwich Canaries will not be doing any tweeting come tomorrow. Allez les Bleus![/p][/quote]What a sweet three points...keep the faith- NOT down yet despite the doubters eh Morst French Rover

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