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FULL TIME: Bristol City 3 Blackburn Rovers 5

JORDAN Rhodes scored twice for Blackburn Rovers as they beat Bristol City 5-3 in a thrilling clash at Ashton Gate.

Scott Dann gave Rovers a 4-3 lead in injury time, before Rhodes bent his second of the game home minutes later.

Steve Kean's men made hard work of a game they should have won convincingly as they let the hosts back into the game twice in the second half.

Nuno Gomes put Rovers 2-1 up after the break and Ruben Rochina fired them 3-2 ahead, but poor defending allowed Stephen Pearson and Sam Baldock level each time, Jordan Rhodes scored his first goal for Blackburn Rovers to send them in half time drawing 1-1 at Bristol City.

Albert Adomah scored after just 43 seconds for the hosts, taking advantage of some poor Rovers' defending, but Rhodes levelled on 28.

Blackburn Rovers got off to the worst start possible as they fell behind after just one minute.

Jon Stead held up Richard Foster's throw and his lay back was fired home, via a deflection, by the dangerous Albert Adomah.

Rovers hit back and almost equalised on seven minutes. Jordan Rhodes combined well with Nuno Gomes on the edge of the penalty area and his 20-yard strike was well held by Tom Heaton, Gomes and Rhodes then had shots from distance saved by Heaton before Rovers got a deserved equaliser through their record signing.

The Scot latched on to a bad error from Liam Fontaine to race clear on goal and slot his shot past the Bristol City goalkeeper.

Rovers were almost behind again on 47 . Adomah's deep cross picked out the unmarked Stead at the far post but his scuffed shot was blocked by Bradley Orr.

The visitors took the lead on 55 through Gomes' third goal of the season. Dickson Etuhu slipped a pass into Rhodes inside the area and his pull back was fired home by the former Portuguese international.

Rovers were pegged back on 70 after a sublime moment of skill from Adomah. The winger tricked his way past Etuhu and Olsson and his pull back was converted by Stephen Pearson.

The visitors looked as though they were heading for victory on 82 when substitute Ruben Rochina fired them back ahead.

The Spaniard ran from just inside the attacking half and, after City defender Louis Carey fell over, he curled a strike into the top corner.

Rovers's celebrations were barely over before Sam Baldock was given the space of Ashton Gate to turn and equalise for the hosts from 20 yards.

The visitors got the points in injury time as Scott Dann lashed home from close range after Pedersen's cross and Rhodes bent a fifth into the net in the dying seconds.

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5:06pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Iiii1111 says...

great defensive coach!
great defensive coach! Iiii1111
  • Score: 0

5:06pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Stone Island: says...

Great win. Top of the league, and scoring goals for fun.

Kean OUT!
Great win. Top of the league, and scoring goals for fun. Kean OUT! Stone Island:
  • Score: 28

5:07pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Trueblue2209 says...

We will win the league easy just defence needs sorting out cannot keep conceding goals so easy still want kean out but we are top of the league two home games to come up the rovers .
We will win the league easy just defence needs sorting out cannot keep conceding goals so easy still want kean out but we are top of the league two home games to come up the rovers . Trueblue2209
  • Score: 18

5:08pm Sat 15 Sep 12

moh says...

we are top of the league,why kean out give him a chance,JORDAN RHODES
we are top of the league,why kean out give him a chance,JORDAN RHODES moh
  • Score: -18

5:08pm Sat 15 Sep 12

RUinsane says...

Get in there, well done lads. Better defending is a must though, its like Kevin Keegans Newcastle. Pity dingles won. Top o'the league to ya. :0).
We spartans can't wait for the next home game.
Get in there, well done lads. Better defending is a must though, its like Kevin Keegans Newcastle. Pity dingles won. Top o'the league to ya. :0). We spartans can't wait for the next home game. RUinsane
  • Score: 17

5:10pm Sat 15 Sep 12

burner says...

I have been a ST holder for quite a while - not now. This is the FIRST time I have looked at the sports part of LT web site this season. Actually, I don't give a flying &^%$ ! Not interested while HE is still there.
I have been a ST holder for quite a while - not now. This is the FIRST time I have looked at the sports part of LT web site this season. Actually, I don't give a flying &^%$ ! Not interested while HE is still there. burner
  • Score: -8

5:10pm Sat 15 Sep 12

ford10 says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........

...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
Knob to busy writing **** rather than watching your own **** at the turd
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Knob to busy writing **** rather than watching your own **** at the turd ford10
  • Score: 16

5:12pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Dan11 says...

Kean is a lieing scumbag and a fraud, is being carried by the players.
Kean OUT.
Real Manager IN.
Kean is a lieing scumbag and a fraud, is being carried by the players. Kean OUT. Real Manager IN. Dan11
  • Score: 17

5:12pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Chico! says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........

...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
ooh l
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]ooh l Chico!
  • Score: -9

5:16pm Sat 15 Sep 12

janus1947 says...

If this is the way the season is to continue it's ok by me
If this is the way the season is to continue it's ok by me janus1947
  • Score: 15

5:18pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Chico! says...

Chico! wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........


...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
ooh l
Whoops! Pesky iPhone!

Ooh look a dingle!

All wave at the dingle!

Careful now, they are timid creatures and scare easily.

This little fellow is a particularly bitter little scamp.


Bless.
[quote][p][bold]Chico![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]ooh l[/p][/quote]Whoops! Pesky iPhone! Ooh look a dingle! All wave at the dingle! Careful now, they are timid creatures and scare easily. This little fellow is a particularly bitter little scamp. Bless. Chico!
  • Score: 14

5:18pm Sat 15 Sep 12

A Darener says...

If we had a decent manager the club would be happy, the fans would be happy, the owners would be happy, but Kean would be miserable, because he would be watching from his armchair!
If we had a decent manager the club would be happy, the fans would be happy, the owners would be happy, but Kean would be miserable, because he would be watching from his armchair! A Darener
  • Score: 7

5:21pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Bangkok Rover says...

Kean out
Kean out Bangkok Rover
  • Score: 10

5:24pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Ewood 82 says...

Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!! Ewood 82
  • Score: -16

5:28pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
DANESHOUSE!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]DANESHOUSE!!!!! Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

5:30pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Ewood 82 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
DANESHOUSE!!!!!
Horse bothering.....

Now we know why you lot sing no NAAAY never!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]DANESHOUSE!!!!![/p][/quote]Horse bothering..... Now we know why you lot sing no NAAAY never! Ewood 82
  • Score: -7

5:35pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
DANESHOUSE!!!!!
Horse bothering.....

Now we know why you lot sing no NAAAY never!
Why haven't you mentioned football ?

Is the league table bothering you...Pratt.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]DANESHOUSE!!!!![/p][/quote]Horse bothering..... Now we know why you lot sing no NAAAY never![/p][/quote]Why haven't you mentioned football ? Is the league table bothering you...Pratt. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 11

5:37pm Sat 15 Sep 12

jogalot says...

I listened on Radio Lancs. There were individual errors and positional errors defensively, possession football that went nowhere for most of the game, and some individual brilliance for the goals. Rovers attack should now be very confident but midfield and defence look likely to continue their usual shambolic behaviour. Great to score 5 though so tonight's going to be a good night. I'm sure we're all still hoping for idiot Kean to **** off though.
I listened on Radio Lancs. There were individual errors and positional errors defensively, possession football that went nowhere for most of the game, and some individual brilliance for the goals. Rovers attack should now be very confident but midfield and defence look likely to continue their usual shambolic behaviour. Great to score 5 though so tonight's going to be a good night. I'm sure we're all still hoping for idiot Kean to **** off though. jogalot
  • Score: 10

5:38pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Navy-Rover says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
Just think, one day there might be an estate like Shadsworth in Dingleland...

...I know you're a long way from achieving such dizzy heights but aim high my six fingered friend, aim high; you just might get there!
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]Just think, one day there might be an estate like Shadsworth in Dingleland... ...I know you're a long way from achieving such dizzy heights but aim high my six fingered friend, aim high; you just might get there! Navy-Rover
  • Score: 6

5:38pm Sat 15 Sep 12

3bricks says...

Great defense drunken lieing toad,untill he is out of my football club I will continue to rid ewood of the cancer which is keanocio.
Great defense drunken lieing toad,untill he is out of my football club I will continue to rid ewood of the cancer which is keanocio. 3bricks
  • Score: -3

5:40pm Sat 15 Sep 12

jackmetickler says...

Top of the league....
Theres only one SK

lets all feck a dingle lets all feck a dingle..

OK ..... you got to sing when youre wining!!!

Dont you just love the dingles... they just had a win and they would rather come on here and play at little hard boys.... see you in December numpties ..!!
Top of the league.... Theres only one SK lets all feck a dingle lets all feck a dingle.. OK ..... you got to sing when youre wining!!! Dont you just love the dingles... they just had a win and they would rather come on here and play at little hard boys.... see you in December numpties ..!! jackmetickler
  • Score: 3

5:40pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Gennoe1 says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........

...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
Why Ewood 82? please explain.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Why Ewood 82? please explain. Gennoe1
  • Score: 2

5:44pm Sat 15 Sep 12

RUinsane says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........

...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
Spot the dingles going to be a bit easier this year. Where were you last week when Bumley were proper sheite, oh thats right, nowhere to be seen.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Spot the dingles going to be a bit easier this year. Where were you last week when Bumley were proper sheite, oh thats right, nowhere to be seen. RUinsane
  • Score: 4

5:44pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Gennoe1 says...

Gennoe1 wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........


...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
Why Ewood 82? please explain.
BFC THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE *PASTIC FAN SINCE- 1882
[quote][p][bold]Gennoe1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Why Ewood 82? please explain.[/p][/quote]BFC THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE *PASTIC FAN SINCE- 1882 Gennoe1
  • Score: 2

5:51pm Sat 15 Sep 12

buzzinfly says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
But top of the league.

Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]But top of the league. Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess. buzzinfly
  • Score: 4

5:54pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Gennoe1 says...

Gennoe1 wrote:
Gennoe1 wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Now a second man charged

Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses

A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal.

Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside.

He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse.

There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped

A coincidence?........



...........


BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995
Why Ewood 82? please explain.
BFC THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE *PASTIC FAN SINCE- 1882
You do know that Burnley didnt play at Ewood in 82 dont you? so whats with the Ewood 82 name? Come on ,you not so fantastic,plastic,*p
astic!
[quote][p][bold]Gennoe1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gennoe1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Now a second man charged Blackburn pensioner fined for interfering with two horses A 72-YEAR-OLD man has pleaded guilty to behaviour of a lewd, obscene and disgusting nature likely to outrage public decency after being seen interfering with a foal. Blackburn magistrates heard that Ernest Heywood was also seen on another occasion putting his arm into a horse’s backside. He appeared in court two days after another man was sentenced for having sex with a horse. There has been an increase of these incidents since B******ds came down to the chumpionship and attendances at Bol-Ewood dropped A coincidence?........ ........... BRKFC - THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE PLASTIC FAN - SINCE 1995[/p][/quote]Why Ewood 82? please explain.[/p][/quote]BFC THE NATURAL CHOICE OF THE *PASTIC FAN SINCE- 1882[/p][/quote]You do know that Burnley didnt play at Ewood in 82 dont you? so whats with the Ewood 82 name? Come on ,you not so fantastic,plastic,*p astic! Gennoe1
  • Score: 1

6:00pm Sat 15 Sep 12

4youreyesonly says...

kean outtttttt

Kean outttttt

KEAN OUT
kean outtttttt Kean outttttt KEAN OUT 4youreyesonly
  • Score: -4

6:01pm Sat 15 Sep 12

RTID says...

To be fair to Kean it has been a pretty impressive start to the season. And after the shambles off the pitch last season he deserves some credit for getting a team on the pitch that is competitive in this league. As I have said before - I'd rather we kept winning than losing in the hope that Kean gets the sack.

Cheer up you lot!
To be fair to Kean it has been a pretty impressive start to the season. And after the shambles off the pitch last season he deserves some credit for getting a team on the pitch that is competitive in this league. As I have said before - I'd rather we kept winning than losing in the hope that Kean gets the sack. Cheer up you lot! RTID
  • Score: 4

6:04pm Sat 15 Sep 12

carlmc1 says...

Im over the moon with the win today and to be top of the league. The big worry is that we stil have a manager who is not good enough and the defence is being breached way too ofte. We now have a defensive coach as well as a manger, so what on earth are they doing?
Im over the moon with the win today and to be top of the league. The big worry is that we stil have a manager who is not good enough and the defence is being breached way too ofte. We now have a defensive coach as well as a manger, so what on earth are they doing? carlmc1
  • Score: 12

6:06pm Sat 15 Sep 12

stick to football says...

You cant change what has gone in the past

The fans made their feelings known and were ignored

Pleased we are where we are in the table but need someone in who can talk and organise the defence on the pitch - Ryan Nelsen comes to mind or someone in that ilk Shebby - or it could be tears

Delighted for Jordan Rhodes - could be another Ricky Lambert scoring goals for fun at all levels
You cant change what has gone in the past The fans made their feelings known and were ignored Pleased we are where we are in the table but need someone in who can talk and organise the defence on the pitch - Ryan Nelsen comes to mind or someone in that ilk Shebby - or it could be tears Delighted for Jordan Rhodes - could be another Ricky Lambert scoring goals for fun at all levels stick to football
  • Score: 7

6:06pm Sat 15 Sep 12

stick to football says...

You cant change what has gone in the past

The fans made their feelings known and were ignored

Pleased we are where we are in the table but need someone in who can talk and organise the defence on the pitch - Ryan Nelsen comes to mind or someone in that ilk Shebby - or it could be tears

Delighted for Jordan Rhodes - could be another Ricky Lambert scoring goals for fun at all levels
You cant change what has gone in the past The fans made their feelings known and were ignored Pleased we are where we are in the table but need someone in who can talk and organise the defence on the pitch - Ryan Nelsen comes to mind or someone in that ilk Shebby - or it could be tears Delighted for Jordan Rhodes - could be another Ricky Lambert scoring goals for fun at all levels stick to football
  • Score: 6

6:07pm Sat 15 Sep 12

4youreyesonly says...

KEAN OUT
KEAN OUT 4youreyesonly
  • Score: 8

6:11pm Sat 15 Sep 12

angryandy says...

Football wise, our defensiive frailties were exposed AGAIN. That is an area for massive concern but more than happy with the three points. shame the Dingles are smiling because it's been bliss without people coming on a 'ROVERS BOARD' thinking they're funny when in truth they're an embarrasment to BOTH themselves,their families and Lancastrians in general,
Football wise, our defensiive frailties were exposed AGAIN. That is an area for massive concern but more than happy with the three points. shame the Dingles are smiling because it's been bliss without people coming on a 'ROVERS BOARD' thinking they're funny when in truth they're an embarrasment to BOTH themselves,their families and Lancastrians in general, angryandy
  • Score: 8

6:12pm Sat 15 Sep 12

4youreyesonly says...

KEAN OUT
KEAN OUT 4youreyesonly
  • Score: 5

6:15pm Sat 15 Sep 12

cactus rover says...

congratulations a fantastic away win. We have to stay positive. five goals away is agreat acheivement. Only sour note i watched the qpr chelsea game as i live in one of our more primative ex. colonies the man of the match was Ryan Nelson . I can only think where would we be if we,d of kept him. That is obviously a bit to deep thinking for Keen and Venky,s
congratulations a fantastic away win. We have to stay positive. five goals away is agreat acheivement. Only sour note i watched the qpr chelsea game as i live in one of our more primative ex. colonies the man of the match was Ryan Nelson . I can only think where would we be if we,d of kept him. That is obviously a bit to deep thinking for Keen and Venky,s cactus rover
  • Score: 14

6:15pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

carlmc1 wrote:
Im over the moon with the win today and to be top of the league. The big worry is that we stil have a manager who is not good enough and the defence is being breached way too ofte. We now have a defensive coach as well as a manger, so what on earth are they doing?
If Kean had wanted a quality coach, he would have brought one in. Instead he brought in his mate Hendry, and what is his track record in football coaching?........Job
s for the boys.
[quote][p][bold]carlmc1[/bold] wrote: Im over the moon with the win today and to be top of the league. The big worry is that we stil have a manager who is not good enough and the defence is being breached way too ofte. We now have a defensive coach as well as a manger, so what on earth are they doing?[/p][/quote]If Kean had wanted a quality coach, he would have brought one in. Instead he brought in his mate Hendry, and what is his track record in football coaching?........Job s for the boys. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 5

6:15pm Sat 15 Sep 12

A Darener says...

Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday.
Get into em!
Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em! A Darener
  • Score: 16

6:21pm Sat 15 Sep 12

RoversSwiss says...

Wouldn't bother answering a dingle comment, waste of energy.

According to Skysports Jordan Rhodes was brilliant, seems 8 million is a good investment. Agree with everyone about Rovers defending, they can't win the league letting in so many goals. Organisation is one thing, but there seems to be a lot of individual errors.

SK won't get the sack when he's top of the league, although can't see it lasting with lots of teams only 1 point behind.
Wouldn't bother answering a dingle comment, waste of energy. According to Skysports Jordan Rhodes was brilliant, seems 8 million is a good investment. Agree with everyone about Rovers defending, they can't win the league letting in so many goals. Organisation is one thing, but there seems to be a lot of individual errors. SK won't get the sack when he's top of the league, although can't see it lasting with lots of teams only 1 point behind. RoversSwiss
  • Score: 4

6:24pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

cactus rover wrote:
congratulations a fantastic away win. We have to stay positive. five goals away is agreat acheivement. Only sour note i watched the qpr chelsea game as i live in one of our more primative ex. colonies the man of the match was Ryan Nelson . I can only think where would we be if we,d of kept him. That is obviously a bit to deep thinking for Keen and Venky,s
Nelsen could see, along with other senior players, what a pratt Kean was just like the fans could. That's why they had to go. All sorts of excuses lies and excuses were made up at the time. Weren't we told Nelsen wouldn't play again ? Next news he's playing for Spurs and now QPR. The truth is they were got rid of.
[quote][p][bold]cactus rover[/bold] wrote: congratulations a fantastic away win. We have to stay positive. five goals away is agreat acheivement. Only sour note i watched the qpr chelsea game as i live in one of our more primative ex. colonies the man of the match was Ryan Nelson . I can only think where would we be if we,d of kept him. That is obviously a bit to deep thinking for Keen and Venky,s[/p][/quote]Nelsen could see, along with other senior players, what a pratt Kean was just like the fans could. That's why they had to go. All sorts of excuses lies and excuses were made up at the time. Weren't we told Nelsen wouldn't play again ? Next news he's playing for Spurs and now QPR. The truth is they were got rid of. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 14

6:27pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Marky mark says...

Great win and top of league!!. But still worried about the defence, Kean still has not got a clue.
Great win and top of league!!. But still worried about the defence, Kean still has not got a clue. Marky mark
  • Score: 9

6:31pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Marky mark wrote:
Great win and top of league!!. But still worried about the defence, Kean still has not got a clue.
He hasn't got a clue because he is not a football manager. Somehow, overnight he just BECAME one.
[quote][p][bold]Marky mark[/bold] wrote: Great win and top of league!!. But still worried about the defence, Kean still has not got a clue.[/p][/quote]He hasn't got a clue because he is not a football manager. Somehow, overnight he just BECAME one. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -1

6:34pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

Kean hasn't got a clue because he is not a football manager. Somehow, as if by magic he became one
Kean hasn't got a clue because he is not a football manager. Somehow, as if by magic he became one Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

6:52pm Sat 15 Sep 12

bed and breakfast man_! says...

A Darener wrote:
Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments....
Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go.
Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first...... bed and breakfast man_!
  • Score: 7

6:54pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Rovers75 says...

buzzinfly wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
But top of the league.

Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.
More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000.....
.so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell?
[quote][p][bold]buzzinfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]But top of the league. Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.[/p][/quote]More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000..... .so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell? Rovers75
  • Score: 1

7:14pm Sat 15 Sep 12

French Rover says...

First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs...

Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us.

Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball.

Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season.

Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon.

The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily.

To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations....

If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease.
First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs... Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us. Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball. Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season. Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon. The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily. To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations.... If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease. French Rover
  • Score: 12

7:15pm Sat 15 Sep 12

French Rover says...

French Rover wrote:
First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs...

Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us.

Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball.

Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season.

Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon.

The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily.

To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations....

If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease.
Forgot to mention I met up with RR (AKA Woody) what a great guy and so nice to enjoy the goal and win celebrations with such a sound Rovers fan.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs... Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us. Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball. Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season. Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon. The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily. To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations.... If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease.[/p][/quote]Forgot to mention I met up with RR (AKA Woody) what a great guy and so nice to enjoy the goal and win celebrations with such a sound Rovers fan. French Rover
  • Score: 3

7:29pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

French Rover wrote:
First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs...

Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us.

Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball.

Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season.

Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon.

The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily.

To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations....

If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease.
French Rover, I think we all know that we just need a decent manager who can organise the defence. It's obvious to most fans,but not all, Kean is not up to it.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: First game of the season for me and what a game! Well worth the ferry and hotel and travel costs... Rovers were a class above Bristol City and played some superb football at times - but some poor defending almost spoiled the day for us. Murphy and Etuhu were excellent in midfield spraying passes around for fun and up front Nunu and Rhodes were outstanding and a goal threat every time they got the ball. Pederson played well in the second half and Dann had probably his best game for the Rovers this season. Orr and Robbo were OK and we lost both Givet and Marcus Olsson through injury but Hanley and Martin Olsson both had good games when they came on. Bruno was abysmal on the rightside of midfield - no pace no vision and should have been replaced at halftime. Rochina was fantastic - his goal was a brilliant solo effort - him versus all the City defenders and then a great goal to end it. Rochina is certainly an impact player but he must be worth starting with soon. The problems from City came from a poorly organised Rovers defense and there seemed to be a massive gap at times between midfield and the back four every time City attacked. The obvious changes that were needed to make us less vulnerable were not forthcoming from the odious one. We definitely need a defensive midfield option and seems we either don't have one at the club or the Odious one does not want to use one - but the lesson form today's win (and all the games this season so far) is that we cannot keep conceding so easily. To be fair though it didn't stop it from being a great day out for close on 1500 travelling Rovers fans. Much merriment and celebration ensued after each of the FIVE goals...and the at the end of the game all the players came over and thanked the fans for some great support and joined in the top of the table celebrations.... If we can get the defensive side right then this Rovers team can go on and storm this division with ease.[/p][/quote]French Rover, I think we all know that we just need a decent manager who can organise the defence. It's obvious to most fans,but not all, Kean is not up to it. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

7:30pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Captain Dreckley says...

Well done Rovers, great to see five goals today and three points inspite of that clown Kean. The only down side is yet another game without a clean sheet. Let's get s decent manager now who can get this team performing in all areas and we will run away with this league. Good to see Rhodes proving those doubting dingles wrong that he couldn't score at this level.
Kean out
Well done Rovers, great to see five goals today and three points inspite of that clown Kean. The only down side is yet another game without a clean sheet. Let's get s decent manager now who can get this team performing in all areas and we will run away with this league. Good to see Rhodes proving those doubting dingles wrong that he couldn't score at this level. Kean out Captain Dreckley
  • Score: 5

7:32pm Sat 15 Sep 12

cboyer says...

top of the league and nearly every comment still moaning about kean out i think some of you are obsessed with this kean out balls i wish you put as much effort into getting behind your team
top of the league and nearly every comment still moaning about kean out i think some of you are obsessed with this kean out balls i wish you put as much effort into getting behind your team cboyer
  • Score: -9

7:34pm Sat 15 Sep 12

willhelmrover98 says...

Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID! willhelmrover98
  • Score: 2

7:50pm Sat 15 Sep 12

RUinsane says...

bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments....
Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go.
Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
Don't do it to yourself like a couple of flagalant monks, get down ewood with the rest of us spartans. There are 8000 of us but I feel our numbers will now be swelling. We welcome you back and you will have a happy face again. Top of the league despite the moron in charge.
[quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]Don't do it to yourself like a couple of flagalant monks, get down ewood with the rest of us spartans. There are 8000 of us but I feel our numbers will now be swelling. We welcome you back and you will have a happy face again. Top of the league despite the moron in charge. RUinsane
  • Score: 1

7:52pm Sat 15 Sep 12

happiness says...

Rovers75 wrote:
buzzinfly wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
But top of the league.

Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.
More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000.....

.so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell?
The idiot is probably referring to the infamous incident at Ewood at Easter time in 1983 when about 3 Burnley idiots got onto the Darwen end roof during the derby game, ripped bits of roofing tiles up and started to throw them.....into their own fans, which got the game stopped for a few minutes. His father probably told him about it during one of his prison visits to see him and because this is still part of BFC supporter folklore (it's all they've got in 34 years, can't blame them really I suppose) he decided to use it as his user name, with the wrong year on it. Don't know which is the most embarrassing, this idiots username or the 34 years of inferiority....!
[quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buzzinfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]But top of the league. Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.[/p][/quote]More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000..... .so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell?[/p][/quote]The idiot is probably referring to the infamous incident at Ewood at Easter time in 1983 when about 3 Burnley idiots got onto the Darwen end roof during the derby game, ripped bits of roofing tiles up and started to throw them.....into their own fans, which got the game stopped for a few minutes. His father probably told him about it during one of his prison visits to see him and because this is still part of BFC supporter folklore (it's all they've got in 34 years, can't blame them really I suppose) he decided to use it as his user name, with the wrong year on it. Don't know which is the most embarrassing, this idiots username or the 34 years of inferiority....! happiness
  • Score: 5

7:54pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
[quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: -1

8:16pm Sat 15 Sep 12

trueblue72 says...

A good result but honestly speaking unless the defensive, tactical side of our game improves dramatically we will come unstuck when our luck runs out.
Every game this season could of gone either way result wise which is not a sign of a team playing good convincing football.
Keeping to my word (which is hurting) of not going to a game and putting money in the current regimes coffers keane needs to go and quick.
Who is our holding midfielder and who is organising the defense?
With our frontline we should be getting good results with ease but sooner or later if things don't change we will start losing games.
It would be the perfect time to get shut of mightymouth while we've got points in the bag and not leaving it til it's too late.
A good result but honestly speaking unless the defensive, tactical side of our game improves dramatically we will come unstuck when our luck runs out. Every game this season could of gone either way result wise which is not a sign of a team playing good convincing football. Keeping to my word (which is hurting) of not going to a game and putting money in the current regimes coffers keane needs to go and quick. Who is our holding midfielder and who is organising the defense? With our frontline we should be getting good results with ease but sooner or later if things don't change we will start losing games. It would be the perfect time to get shut of mightymouth while we've got points in the bag and not leaving it til it's too late. trueblue72
  • Score: 5

9:19pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Fyrover says...

On Friday renewed my season ticket
It felt like I was betraying the club
Strange times to be a rovers fan!
On Friday renewed my season ticket It felt like I was betraying the club Strange times to be a rovers fan! Fyrover
  • Score: -7

9:40pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Chico! says...

happiness wrote:
Rovers75 wrote:
buzzinfly wrote:
Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
But top of the league.

Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.
More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000.....


.so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell?
The idiot is probably referring to the infamous incident at Ewood at Easter time in 1983 when about 3 Burnley idiots got onto the Darwen end roof during the derby game, ripped bits of roofing tiles up and started to throw them.....into their own fans, which got the game stopped for a few minutes. His father probably told him about it during one of his prison visits to see him and because this is still part of BFC supporter folklore (it's all they've got in 34 years, can't blame them really I suppose) he decided to use it as his user name, with the wrong year on it. Don't know which is the most embarrassing, this idiots username or the 34 years of inferiority....!
Yeah they pelted their own fans with asbestos.

Silly dingle chimps.
[quote][p][bold]happiness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rovers75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buzzinfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]But top of the league. Which Uncle is waiting to PLAY with you this weekend? Uncle John, Uncle Ian or Uncle Nazir or as your mother not decided yet? Still on the streets, I guess.[/p][/quote]More classic stuff from a big chinned ape.....I had the pleasure of working on the classy estate in Bonley known as Griffin..... makes the houses on Shad look like a Balmoral....oh and regarding the plastic fans.....I see you had another bumper crowd at Turd today....13,000..... .so what happened to all the Premier League plastic brigade? Absolute comedy, keep it coming dingle...cheers me right up....whats the Ewood 82 about aswell?[/p][/quote]The idiot is probably referring to the infamous incident at Ewood at Easter time in 1983 when about 3 Burnley idiots got onto the Darwen end roof during the derby game, ripped bits of roofing tiles up and started to throw them.....into their own fans, which got the game stopped for a few minutes. His father probably told him about it during one of his prison visits to see him and because this is still part of BFC supporter folklore (it's all they've got in 34 years, can't blame them really I suppose) he decided to use it as his user name, with the wrong year on it. Don't know which is the most embarrassing, this idiots username or the 34 years of inferiority....![/p][/quote]Yeah they pelted their own fans with asbestos. Silly dingle chimps. Chico!
  • Score: 4

9:46pm Sat 15 Sep 12

silverstan says...

Colin Hendry, once a Rovers hero, now just a hated piece of vile money thieving scum, still his defensive coaching seems to be working wonders ....................
..... **** !!!!
Colin Hendry, once a Rovers hero, now just a hated piece of vile money thieving scum, still his defensive coaching seems to be working wonders .................... ..... **** !!!! silverstan
  • Score: 3

9:47pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

Jordan Rhodes showed his inexperience in the last minute when he had the chance to run into the corner and play the clock down when we were 4-3 up. Could not believe it when he turned inside and curled in a beauty!
Looking forward to seeing Rochina's goal which nearly brought the house down.
Their number 27 ripped us to pieces throughout and looks a real prospect, but I am certainly enjoying the away supporters club!
Jordan Rhodes showed his inexperience in the last minute when he had the chance to run into the corner and play the clock down when we were 4-3 up. Could not believe it when he turned inside and curled in a beauty! Looking forward to seeing Rochina's goal which nearly brought the house down. Their number 27 ripped us to pieces throughout and looks a real prospect, but I am certainly enjoying the away supporters club! Bazzer
  • Score: 8

9:51pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
great defensive coach!
Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back?
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: great defensive coach![/p][/quote]Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back? Bazzer
  • Score: 6

10:14pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Lancs - pensioner says...

RUinsane wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
Don't do it to yourself like a couple of flagalant monks, get down ewood with the rest of us spartans. There are 8000 of us but I feel our numbers will now be swelling. We welcome you back and you will have a happy face again. Top of the league despite the moron in charge.
Hi RU
This changes nothing, whilst Kean is in charge 10,000 fans will stay away.

Kean Sacked

Fans back.

Hendry out, Why, look at the goals against column, £8000 a week for this,

BRFC the club run by liars drunks and pension robbers.

43 years and never returning!!!!
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]Don't do it to yourself like a couple of flagalant monks, get down ewood with the rest of us spartans. There are 8000 of us but I feel our numbers will now be swelling. We welcome you back and you will have a happy face again. Top of the league despite the moron in charge.[/p][/quote]Hi RU This changes nothing, whilst Kean is in charge 10,000 fans will stay away. Kean Sacked Fans back. Hendry out, Why, look at the goals against column, £8000 a week for this, BRFC the club run by liars drunks and pension robbers. 43 years and never returning!!!! Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 1

10:28pm Sat 15 Sep 12

French Rover says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last.... French Rover
  • Score: 1

10:37pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Wild Rover says...

Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football...
Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan.
Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league.
Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards.
Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games?
Feeling optimistic personally...
Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football... Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan. Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league. Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards. Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games? Feeling optimistic personally... Wild Rover
  • Score: 1

10:41pm Sat 15 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

11:11pm Sat 15 Sep 12

bburnrover says...

Where is that goomer who said Rhodes was useless after one game at Leeds? Come on speak up!
Where is that goomer who said Rhodes was useless after one game at Leeds? Come on speak up! bburnrover
  • Score: 3

11:28pm Sat 15 Sep 12

French Rover says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten.. French Rover
  • Score: 3

12:24am Sun 16 Sep 12

azza234 says...

i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player
i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player azza234
  • Score: 3

12:34am Sun 16 Sep 12

azza234 says...

as for rhodes he isnt sh1t maybe he didnt do well at leeds but u can only do well if u get service plus it was his first game they need time to settle rhodes has shown in this game he can do it all him self if he has to yeah but the defence is crap but if we score more then the other teams we play im happy to be honest last few years our defence hasnt played that well and i dnt mean since kean took over just be happy the teams heads didnt drop like it did at leeds when they got pegged back
as for rhodes he isnt sh1t maybe he didnt do well at leeds but u can only do well if u get service plus it was his first game they need time to settle rhodes has shown in this game he can do it all him self if he has to yeah but the defence is crap but if we score more then the other teams we play im happy to be honest last few years our defence hasnt played that well and i dnt mean since kean took over just be happy the teams heads didnt drop like it did at leeds when they got pegged back azza234
  • Score: 0

12:37am Sun 16 Sep 12

azza234 says...

and last of all if u are to believe reports about kean being sacked this game doesnt mean his save venky's apperently want 16 points from 7 games and if u are to believe mail online venky's know's we have been lucky to be still unbeaten so all's not lost for the sacking of kean :)
and last of all if u are to believe reports about kean being sacked this game doesnt mean his save venky's apperently want 16 points from 7 games and if u are to believe mail online venky's know's we have been lucky to be still unbeaten so all's not lost for the sacking of kean :) azza234
  • Score: 3

6:16am Sun 16 Sep 12

Double J says...

Blackburn Rovers will continue their winning ways...at least up until May 2013. The luck will never runs out...cheers!
Blackburn Rovers will continue their winning ways...at least up until May 2013. The luck will never runs out...cheers! Double J
  • Score: 0

7:55am Sun 16 Sep 12

whappen says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football... Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan. Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league. Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards. Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games? Feeling optimistic personally...
Yep, virtually home and hosed; only 39 to go.

I'll go put the champagne on ice.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football... Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan. Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league. Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards. Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games? Feeling optimistic personally...[/p][/quote]Yep, virtually home and hosed; only 39 to go. I'll go put the champagne on ice. whappen
  • Score: 3

8:33am Sun 16 Sep 12

forever blue and white says...

bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote:
Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments....
Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go.
Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football.
Two things!
When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side?
If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere.
Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team.
We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not.
Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely.
Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team!
No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
[quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans. forever blue and white
  • Score: -2

8:49am Sun 16 Sep 12

Iiii1111 says...

Bazzer wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote:
great defensive coach!
Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back?
So bazzer my dear are you saying that this team with the obvious defensive problems has nothing to worry about and promotion is a just formality?

Head in sand springs to mind yet again.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: great defensive coach![/p][/quote]Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back?[/p][/quote]So bazzer my dear are you saying that this team with the obvious defensive problems has nothing to worry about and promotion is a just formality? Head in sand springs to mind yet again. Iiii1111
  • Score: -1

9:05am Sun 16 Sep 12

Iiii1111 says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football...
Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan.
Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league.
Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards.
Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games?
Feeling optimistic personally...
Hmmm,

What is greater....the love of Rovers or the hatred of Kean.....that's the dilemma lots of supporters have.....you have made your mind up already which is your perogative give others the same choice.

I'll be honest I don't hate Kean never have, but IMO he's bad for BRFC...if I lived closer I'd most likely still go to Ewood, I don't , 500 miles round trip
I'm not prepared to make, sorry...that makes me a lesser fan than you;-)
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Entertainment they said, get Sam out they said, give us open entertaining and exciting football... Well 5-3 is good to watch but not for the heart maybe but some anti-fans will never be happy as Rovers winning is not part of the plan. Me, am still happy, still clappy and Rovers top of the league. Real Rovers supporters got to be happy with that and plenty of time to sort the defence as we go on into this season, and upwards. Two home games to come, 17 from 7 games? Feeling optimistic personally...[/p][/quote]Hmmm, What is greater....the love of Rovers or the hatred of Kean.....that's the dilemma lots of supporters have.....you have made your mind up already which is your perogative give others the same choice. I'll be honest I don't hate Kean never have, but IMO he's bad for BRFC...if I lived closer I'd most likely still go to Ewood, I don't , 500 miles round trip I'm not prepared to make, sorry...that makes me a lesser fan than you;-) Iiii1111
  • Score: -1

9:16am Sun 16 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

Iiii1111 wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
Iiii1111 wrote: great defensive coach!
Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back?
So bazzer my dear are you saying that this team with the obvious defensive problems has nothing to worry about and promotion is a just formality? Head in sand springs to mind yet again.
No, I am not saying promotion is far from a formality. And everyone saw how we were murdered down our left flank and how static we looked at the back at times. I also think their number 27 played exceptionally well. But, we played Rhodes up front and Gomes not far away and I do think goals were an inevitability yesterday.
What do you want us to do? Grind out 1-0 results like Big Sam did last year with West Ham?
I rarely agree with FR's optimism, but what an epic encounter it was yesterday. Is Jordan Rhodes the new Simon Garner?
[quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iiii1111[/bold] wrote: great defensive coach![/p][/quote]Some people want it all ways. Didnt you moan like hell when Big Sam organised the back?[/p][/quote]So bazzer my dear are you saying that this team with the obvious defensive problems has nothing to worry about and promotion is a just formality? Head in sand springs to mind yet again.[/p][/quote]No, I am not saying promotion is far from a formality. And everyone saw how we were murdered down our left flank and how static we looked at the back at times. I also think their number 27 played exceptionally well. But, we played Rhodes up front and Gomes not far away and I do think goals were an inevitability yesterday. What do you want us to do? Grind out 1-0 results like Big Sam did last year with West Ham? I rarely agree with FR's optimism, but what an epic encounter it was yesterday. Is Jordan Rhodes the new Simon Garner? Bazzer
  • Score: 2

9:18am Sun 16 Sep 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership?

Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head.

I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years.

Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it.

KEAN SACK
THOUSANDS BACK
So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: 1

9:23am Sun 16 Sep 12

Old rover says...

I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID
I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID Old rover
  • Score: 1

9:24am Sun 16 Sep 12

Old rover says...

I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID
I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID Old rover
  • Score: 1

9:24am Sun 16 Sep 12

Old rover says...

I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID
I to think Kean should have gone in the summer , but top of the league and unbeaten in 5games in the league means he's going nowhere . It's tricky I want my team to win but that means his job is safer , but its nice to look down on the dingles . Our defence needs sorting we can't keep conceding like this every away game , hopefully we are on the way back RTID Old rover
  • Score: 1

9:24am Sun 16 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK
Armchair boy.
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK[/p][/quote]Armchair boy. Bazzer
  • Score: -4

9:26am Sun 16 Sep 12

Rovers 1495 says...

A Darener wrote:
If we had a decent manager the club would be happy, the fans would be happy, the owners would be happy, but Kean would be miserable, because he would be watching from his armchair!
Yes, but with a nice little nest egg that he couldn't have hoped to get anywhere else
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: If we had a decent manager the club would be happy, the fans would be happy, the owners would be happy, but Kean would be miserable, because he would be watching from his armchair![/p][/quote]Yes, but with a nice little nest egg that he couldn't have hoped to get anywhere else Rovers 1495
  • Score: 1

9:31am Sun 16 Sep 12

ste.g says...

my necks sore with looking down at the dingles
my necks sore with looking down at the dingles ste.g
  • Score: 1

9:50am Sun 16 Sep 12

alphajono says...

azza234 wrote:
i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player
Great to have a thread that isnt about kean...got to admit I was excited about Gomes signing he is a bit like Raul playing in Germany he is that kind of calibre...he had done it all in his career and brings alot going forward linking the midfield and forward line and can certainly finish, he also seems to enjoy playing up front with Rhodes....

Sorry to sound positive but I have a feeling we are going to walk this league....even with donut in charge...my main worry is when we get to the prem his gung ho tactics will definately be found out and we will be in the same position again.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player[/p][/quote]Great to have a thread that isnt about kean...got to admit I was excited about Gomes signing he is a bit like Raul playing in Germany he is that kind of calibre...he had done it all in his career and brings alot going forward linking the midfield and forward line and can certainly finish, he also seems to enjoy playing up front with Rhodes.... Sorry to sound positive but I have a feeling we are going to walk this league....even with donut in charge...my main worry is when we get to the prem his gung ho tactics will definately be found out and we will be in the same position again. alphajono
  • Score: 1

10:06am Sun 16 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

alphajono wrote:
azza234 wrote: i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player
Great to have a thread that isnt about kean...got to admit I was excited about Gomes signing he is a bit like Raul playing in Germany he is that kind of calibre...he had done it all in his career and brings alot going forward linking the midfield and forward line and can certainly finish, he also seems to enjoy playing up front with Rhodes.... Sorry to sound positive but I have a feeling we are going to walk this league....even with donut in charge...my main worry is when we get to the prem his gung ho tactics will definately be found out and we will be in the same position again.
Now steady with all this talk of "walk this league". Ludicrous and premature. We have not played any of the top teams yet.
[quote][p][bold]alphajono[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: i know its still early in the season but u nay sayers who said nuno gomes was past it have to agree he is not past it give him the ball he will score more often then not which he is proving right now i for 1 was happy when i saw nuno gomes sign for us ive always thought he was a good player[/p][/quote]Great to have a thread that isnt about kean...got to admit I was excited about Gomes signing he is a bit like Raul playing in Germany he is that kind of calibre...he had done it all in his career and brings alot going forward linking the midfield and forward line and can certainly finish, he also seems to enjoy playing up front with Rhodes.... Sorry to sound positive but I have a feeling we are going to walk this league....even with donut in charge...my main worry is when we get to the prem his gung ho tactics will definately be found out and we will be in the same position again.[/p][/quote]Now steady with all this talk of "walk this league". Ludicrous and premature. We have not played any of the top teams yet. Bazzer
  • Score: -1

10:46am Sun 16 Sep 12

MatthewCA says...

I am happy about S.Dann got his first goal after a long journey in Blackburn.

Great game, good luck for next match.
I am happy about S.Dann got his first goal after a long journey in Blackburn. Great game, good luck for next match. MatthewCA
  • Score: -1

11:10am Sun 16 Sep 12

Is Eckersley playing? says...

It seems to me that Rovers supporters in both camps are in a happy position. The ones that attend may see them promoted. Happy days. The ones who would prefer Keen to be sacked will get their wish if their form dips. Win-win either way!
It seems to me that Rovers supporters in both camps are in a happy position. The ones that attend may see them promoted. Happy days. The ones who would prefer Keen to be sacked will get their wish if their form dips. Win-win either way! Is Eckersley playing?
  • Score: 1

12:12pm Sun 16 Sep 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks!

Now whats all this about horses?!

You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it!

Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!!

NO NAY NEVER
Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks! Now whats all this about horses?! You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it! Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!! NO NAY NEVER burnleyglentoran
  • Score: 0

12:28pm Sun 16 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren. srvp28
  • Score: 6

12:31pm Sun 16 Sep 12

4youreyesonly says...

Kean out ....... boycott all home matches hit the scum where it hurts. KEAN OUT
Kean out ....... boycott all home matches hit the scum where it hurts. KEAN OUT 4youreyesonly
  • Score: 0

12:54pm Sun 16 Sep 12

burnleyglentoran says...

srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -3

1:10pm Sun 16 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin. srvp28
  • Score: 3

1:19pm Sun 16 Sep 12

burnleyglentoran says...

srvp28 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin.
Sorry mate, you've said it now!

The horse as bolted!!!
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin.[/p][/quote]Sorry mate, you've said it now! The horse as bolted!!! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -3

1:25pm Sun 16 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk
er.

..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk er. ..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

1:41pm Sun 16 Sep 12

Old rover says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks!

Now whats all this about horses?!

You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it!

Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!!

NO NAY NEVER
IS IT TRUE YOU HAD A DOUBLE ROOM WITH YOUR SISTER AND A THREESOME WITH YOUR MUM WHILST ON HOLIDAY
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks! Now whats all this about horses?! You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it! Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!! NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]IS IT TRUE YOU HAD A DOUBLE ROOM WITH YOUR SISTER AND A THREESOME WITH YOUR MUM WHILST ON HOLIDAY Old rover
  • Score: 0

1:41pm Sun 16 Sep 12

Old rover says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks!

Now whats all this about horses?!

You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it!

Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!!

NO NAY NEVER
IS IT TRUE YOU HAD A DOUBLE ROOM WITH YOUR SISTER AND A THREESOME WITH YOUR MUM WHILST ON HOLIDAY
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: Been away for a couple o weeks, the tan's fine lads thanks! Now whats all this about horses?! You lot manage to win a few games in the and it really goes to your heads doesn't it! Anyway, IF thats IF, you do get back up to the Prem, then at least your gates will increase and the horses will be able to breath a sigh of relief!!! NO NAY NEVER[/p][/quote]IS IT TRUE YOU HAD A DOUBLE ROOM WITH YOUR SISTER AND A THREESOME WITH YOUR MUM WHILST ON HOLIDAY Old rover
  • Score: 0

1:48pm Sun 16 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin.
Sorry mate, you've said it now!

The horse as bolted!!!
Er, no, I've said nothing of the sort. Seriously, how much stupider can you make yourself look?
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]Nowhere in my post did I say that **** was acceptable, I was just pointing out that however sick it may be it's still not as bad as what you Dingles do with your kin.[/p][/quote]Sorry mate, you've said it now! The horse as bolted!!![/p][/quote]Er, no, I've said nothing of the sort. Seriously, how much stupider can you make yourself look? srvp28
  • Score: 4

1:49pm Sun 16 Sep 12

burnleyglentoran says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk

er.

..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back.
"moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle"

If sticking your arm up a horses backside (according to the LET) is what you call a better lifestyle......!

NO NAAAAAAAY NEVER!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk er. ..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back.[/p][/quote]"moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle" If sticking your arm up a horses backside (according to the LET) is what you call a better lifestyle......! NO NAAAAAAAY NEVER! burnleyglentoran
  • Score: -3

2:07pm Sun 16 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

burnleyglentoran wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
burnleyglentoran wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN.......

"in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren."

Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!!
The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk


er.

..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back.
"moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle"

If sticking your arm up a horses backside (according to the LET) is what you call a better lifestyle......!

NO NAAAAAAAY NEVER!
I think you're a little bit annoyed about the league table really.........But if you want to talk about perverts look no further than your own back yard.

BRFC...top of the league and I'm getting vertigo keep looking down at Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burnleyglentoran[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]NEWS JUST IN.....NEWS JUST IN....... "in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren." Horse sex seen as acceptable in Blackbun. Shocker!!!![/p][/quote]The guy was born in Burnley but moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle......Plonk er. ..I haven't seen the league table lately.....Can you fill me in...Whoops I take that back.[/p][/quote]"moved to Blackburn for a better lifestyle" If sticking your arm up a horses backside (according to the LET) is what you call a better lifestyle......! NO NAAAAAAAY NEVER![/p][/quote]I think you're a little bit annoyed about the league table really.........But if you want to talk about perverts look no further than your own back yard. BRFC...top of the league and I'm getting vertigo keep looking down at Burnley. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

2:26pm Sun 16 Sep 12

bed and breakfast man_! says...

forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights.
I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours.....
.
I and others will return when at least Kean is gone.
I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood.
I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.[/p][/quote]What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish. bed and breakfast man_!
  • Score: 4

2:50pm Sun 16 Sep 12

forever blue and white says...

bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights.
I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours.....
.
I and others will return when at least Kean is gone.
I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood.
I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.
Please can you tell me what owners you would like???
All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check.
I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months.
How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime???
I dont know do you???
Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player.
Thats right when Jack was here.
I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not!
However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club
Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in.
We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**.
As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books?
We do not know and probably never will.
I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut.
However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin.
Not just when we are in the Premier League.
I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager.
You either support BRFC or you dont!
See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!!
[quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.[/p][/quote]What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.[/p][/quote]Please can you tell me what owners you would like??? All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check. I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months. How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime??? I dont know do you??? Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player. Thats right when Jack was here. I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not! However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in. We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**. As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books? We do not know and probably never will. I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut. However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin. Not just when we are in the Premier League. I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager. You either support BRFC or you dont! See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!! forever blue and white
  • Score: 1

3:41pm Sun 16 Sep 12

bed and breakfast man_! says...

forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.
Please can you tell me what owners you would like??? All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check. I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months. How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime??? I dont know do you??? Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player. Thats right when Jack was here. I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not! However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in. We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**. As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books? We do not know and probably never will. I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut. However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin. Not just when we are in the Premier League. I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager. You either support BRFC or you dont! See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!!
Thanks for your side of the story...Steve Kean....
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.[/p][/quote]What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.[/p][/quote]Please can you tell me what owners you would like??? All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check. I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months. How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime??? I dont know do you??? Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player. Thats right when Jack was here. I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not! However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in. We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**. As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books? We do not know and probably never will. I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut. However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin. Not just when we are in the Premier League. I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager. You either support BRFC or you dont! See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!![/p][/quote]Thanks for your side of the story...Steve Kean.... bed and breakfast man_!
  • Score: 0

3:42pm Sun 16 Sep 12

baldie says...

French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
It's a strange old game.If we'd won 4 games by 1-0,then i'm assuming we'd have people coming on here saying that we need more goals because we can't keep relying on the defence to keep clean sheets.
I'd love to have won 5-0 yesterday but i'll take 5-3.
Not many teams score a hatfull of goals and keep clean sheets as well,it's usually one or the other.
At the moment,it seems that every silver lining has to have a cloud.
Never has a 5-3 away win been met with such negativity
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]It's a strange old game.If we'd won 4 games by 1-0,then i'm assuming we'd have people coming on here saying that we need more goals because we can't keep relying on the defence to keep clean sheets. I'd love to have won 5-0 yesterday but i'll take 5-3. Not many teams score a hatfull of goals and keep clean sheets as well,it's usually one or the other. At the moment,it seems that every silver lining has to have a cloud. Never has a 5-3 away win been met with such negativity baldie
  • Score: 0

4:00pm Sun 16 Sep 12

4youreyesonly says...

forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights.
I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours.....
.
I and others will return when at least Kean is gone.
I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood.
I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.
Please can you tell me what owners you would like???
All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check.
I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months.
How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime???
I dont know do you???
Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player.
Thats right when Jack was here.
I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not!
However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club
Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in.
We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**.
As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books?
We do not know and probably never will.
I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut.
However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin.
Not just when we are in the Premier League.
I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager.
You either support BRFC or you dont!
See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!!
forever blue and talk shixx . its folk like you give my club a bad name . im suprised you havent got crayon marks all over yr laptop screen ....IDIOT
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.[/p][/quote]What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.[/p][/quote]Please can you tell me what owners you would like??? All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check. I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months. How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime??? I dont know do you??? Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player. Thats right when Jack was here. I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not! However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in. We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**. As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books? We do not know and probably never will. I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut. However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin. Not just when we are in the Premier League. I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager. You either support BRFC or you dont! See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!![/p][/quote]forever blue and talk shixx . its folk like you give my club a bad name . im suprised you havent got crayon marks all over yr laptop screen ....IDIOT 4youreyesonly
  • Score: 2

6:45pm Sun 16 Sep 12

French Rover says...

srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
I stayed on in Bristol at my daughters and talked to several City fans last night and they were still shell shocked from losing a game they thought they had drawn.

They gave Rovers a lot of credit for the win. Not many sides will score so many goals or even win at Ashton Gate this season. They also said they would love to have Dann, Etuhu and Murphy (and Rhodes of course) in their side. Murphy made things tick for us and most things went through him. Top of the table and looking good and the good thing is that we can only get better.
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]I stayed on in Bristol at my daughters and talked to several City fans last night and they were still shell shocked from losing a game they thought they had drawn. They gave Rovers a lot of credit for the win. Not many sides will score so many goals or even win at Ashton Gate this season. They also said they would love to have Dann, Etuhu and Murphy (and Rhodes of course) in their side. Murphy made things tick for us and most things went through him. Top of the table and looking good and the good thing is that we can only get better. French Rover
  • Score: -1

7:05pm Sun 16 Sep 12

forever blue and white says...

4youreyesonly wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
bed and breakfast man_! wrote:
A Darener wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em!
Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......
A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.
What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights.
I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours.....
.
I and others will return when at least Kean is gone.
I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood.
I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.
Please can you tell me what owners you would like???
All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check.
I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months.
How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime???
I dont know do you???
Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player.
Thats right when Jack was here.
I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not!
However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club
Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in.
We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**.
As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books?
We do not know and probably never will.
I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut.
However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin.
Not just when we are in the Premier League.
I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager.
You either support BRFC or you dont!
See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!!
forever blue and talk shixx . its folk like you give my club a bad name . im suprised you havent got crayon marks all over yr laptop screen ....IDIOT
4youreyesonly you are a numpty.
What on earth are you talking about?
Are you suggesting I am an idiot for suggesting that we as fans should get behind the team?
[quote][p][bold]4youreyesonly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bed and breakfast man_![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: Come on Shebby get rid whilst there is time to organise the team before the heavy pitches and bad weather arrive. Ok we are doing ok, but we should be doing better. No goals against would be a start. Kean must think he is the best manager we have ever had. But we know different. I am so upset not to be going to watch what seems to be a great forward line playing good and exciting football. Especially when Rochina comes on. But until Kean goes I will stick to my principles and stay away until Kean is replaced. Good luck on Tuesday. Get into em![/p][/quote]Got to agree with your comments.... Both me and my wife miss going, I know walking back to the car mid week in the winter in the cold you can often question your sanity as to why you go. Our money is in the bank waiting to buy tickets when the bald drunk driver is gone , It would be nice to get shut of venkys at the same time, But hey, One step at a time , The bald bloke first......[/p][/quote]A Darener and Bed and Breakfast Man you are both very poor supporters I am afraid to say. Darener, you even put in your post that you are upset that you are not watching the good and exciting football. Two things! When was the last time you could say that about a Rovers side? If you hate Kean and Venkys so much do what 1,500 of us did yesterday and get yourselves to the away matches. It was superb yesterday and a really good atmosphere. Nobody is asking you to support Kean. You don't have to sing his name. You should as 'fans' be there to support your team. We will go up regardless of Kean being manager or not. Everyone would be overjoyed if he got potted this afternoon but when Rovers are top of the league you would have to think that is unlikely. Therefore, surely the only thing to do is get to Ewood or at least the away games and support the team! No wonder we get poor press for fickle fans.[/p][/quote]What is this ???? ,I am a better fan than you because you choose to give your money to inept owners and a crap manager, You seem to be cought up in the top of the table headlights. I and others have a choice ( About 10,000) choose to vote with our feet at not going, But you seem to think we are all fickle fans.....Grow up, What next my dads bigger than yours..... . I and others will return when at least Kean is gone. I will not try to justify as a ex season ticket holder how many years,Games i have been to,Both me and my wife, And miles it takes us a round trip it takes to and from Ewood. I take your point ,But please unless you know all the facts as to peoples opinions or morals about crap owners dont go round calling people fickle, It all sounds a bit childish.[/p][/quote]Please can you tell me what owners you would like??? All these people coming on here slating Venkys really need a reality check. I do not like what they have done over the past two years but they do seem to have changed in the last few months. How close were we to going bust under the Walker regime??? I dont know do you??? Also when was the last time Rovers paid 8 million for a player. Thats right when Jack was here. I am not trying to compare Venkys to Jack Walker. Absolutely not! However, my point is that under the Walker trust once Jack had gone, we were a selling club and in no way a buying club Maybe Venkys have done a lot of selling but at least they seem to have changed tac and have brought a few decent players in. We could have owners like Coventry or Portsmouth and then we really would be in the sh**. As for Kean, (and as you say in your post we do not know all the facts) how do we know if he was not working to instruction to reduce a wage bill and get cash in to balance the books? We do not know and probably never will. I really am not a fan of Kean (AT ALL) I think he makes very stupid mistakes tactically and he really should learn to just keep his trap shut. However, my original point is that even with all this going on I still believe a 'fan' should be there to support the team through thick and thin. Not just when we are in the Premier League. I also dont think it is childish in anyway at all to call fans fickle because they now do not go to matches because they do not like the manager. You either support BRFC or you dont! See you next season in the Premier League Mr Fickle!!!![/p][/quote]forever blue and talk shixx . its folk like you give my club a bad name . im suprised you havent got crayon marks all over yr laptop screen ....IDIOT[/p][/quote]4youreyesonly you are a numpty. What on earth are you talking about? Are you suggesting I am an idiot for suggesting that we as fans should get behind the team? forever blue and white
  • Score: -1

8:22pm Sun 16 Sep 12

bluerob says...

Fyrover wrote:
On Friday renewed my season ticket
It felt like I was betraying the club
Strange times to be a rovers fan!
You have betrayed the club by renewing, Jack will be turning in his grave.
[quote][p][bold]Fyrover[/bold] wrote: On Friday renewed my season ticket It felt like I was betraying the club Strange times to be a rovers fan![/p][/quote]You have betrayed the club by renewing, Jack will be turning in his grave. bluerob
  • Score: -1

7:49am Mon 17 Sep 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Bazzer wrote:
OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK
Armchair boy.
Kean Apologist.
Kean Sympathiser.

I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them.

Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK[/p][/quote]Armchair boy.[/p][/quote]Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while. OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: 1

8:11am Mon 17 Sep 12

Bazzer says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
OnePostThenTheOther wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK
Armchair boy.
Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.
I think you will find I was one of the first supporters questioning Kean and I cannot stand the man. Fact is, you are one of those who pontificates about Rovers from an armchair. If you want to stay away, stay away, but spare us the repetition here every week of you guys telling us you are staying away and slagging off those who go.
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM!!!
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK[/p][/quote]Armchair boy.[/p][/quote]Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.[/p][/quote]I think you will find I was one of the first supporters questioning Kean and I cannot stand the man. Fact is, you are one of those who pontificates about Rovers from an armchair. If you want to stay away, stay away, but spare us the repetition here every week of you guys telling us you are staying away and slagging off those who go. SUPPORT YOUR TEAM!!! Bazzer
  • Score: 0

8:31am Mon 17 Sep 12

Harwoodstblue says...

OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK
Armchair boy.
Kean Apologist.
Kean Sympathiser.

I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them.

Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.
Very well said..... Kean needs to go, and quickly.

He wasn't a player (what was it, a hand full of games he had) and what qualifies him to be manager of Blackburn Rovers?

If the fans had stuck together, he would have gone by now.
[quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK[/p][/quote]Armchair boy.[/p][/quote]Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.[/p][/quote]Very well said..... Kean needs to go, and quickly. He wasn't a player (what was it, a hand full of games he had) and what qualifies him to be manager of Blackburn Rovers? If the fans had stuck together, he would have gone by now. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

8:59am Mon 17 Sep 12

Oakdale blue says...

Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season.

Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week
Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week Oakdale blue
  • Score: -3

9:59am Mon 17 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

Oakdale blue wrote:
Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season.

Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week
It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you.

No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'.

Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled.
[quote][p][bold]Oakdale blue[/bold] wrote: Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week[/p][/quote]It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you. No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'. Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled. srvp28
  • Score: 3

10:13am Mon 17 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

French Rover wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
French Rover wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
willhelmrover98 wrote:
Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID!
Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that.
Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.
yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....
Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it.
Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.
they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..
I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked.

Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game.

However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one.

I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out?

As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.
I stayed on in Bristol at my daughters and talked to several City fans last night and they were still shell shocked from losing a game they thought they had drawn.

They gave Rovers a lot of credit for the win. Not many sides will score so many goals or even win at Ashton Gate this season. They also said they would love to have Dann, Etuhu and Murphy (and Rhodes of course) in their side. Murphy made things tick for us and most things went through him. Top of the table and looking good and the good thing is that we can only get better.
Dann played alright on Saturday, although we conceded three goals, but you know as well as I do that it's possible to count the number of good games he's had in a Rover's shirt on one hand. We'll have to agree to disagree with regards to Murphy, I thought he looked better than he has in recent weeks but still nowhere near the player he was at Fulham. Etuhu was more of the link-up man in my opinion but as we've already covered, he's supposed to be the defensive midfielder and didn't shine in that department. Admiration of Rhodes is understandable and I think he, along with Nuno Gomes, will be the big difference this season. Still, I wish we had a player like Adomah in our team, it's no wonder Swansea were trying to sign him as a replacement for Scott Sinclair.
[quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]French Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willhelmrover98[/bold] wrote: Scored 5, 3 wins out of 5. 2 draws, unbeaten. Top of the league. Jordan rhodes is off the mark and Nuno is still on fine form, as well as Rochina. Who in my eyes should be starting. But come on, Top of the league. Can't complain with that! I hate Steve Kean. Forget him. Get behind the players. We can storm this Leauge! RTID![/p][/quote]Rovers won't storm any league with a defence like that. Look at the table. there are about four teams just a point behind. With our defence the luck will run out.[/p][/quote]yes we will.....if city had scored five we would have scored seven we were that good going forward....rhodes and nunes are perfect together and murphy pulled all the strings at last....[/p][/quote]Hi French Rover, I'm not convinced. Pegged back twice, after being in front. Then scoring two in injury time to win it. Blimey, we were only playing Bristol City.[/p][/quote]they had scored eight goals in their last two home games and only conceded a couple and were fairly confident they could turn us over today......so to put five past a decent home side was a cracking result...could have been six as we had a blantant penalty for handball turned down near the end too....yes the defense needs sorting but lets enjoy the excellent win and being top of the league and unbeaten..[/p][/quote]I'm more than happy at being top of the league but I think the emotion of it all has you remembering only the good bits. In an earlier post you said that we were a class above Bristol City. Sorry, only Nuno Gomes (not Nunes) and Rhodes were a class above, our midfield and defence was run ragged all game. Adomah did to us what Diouf had done to us at Leeds, proving that Kean and his coaching staff have clearly not worked on the defence in the last fortnight. Bruno was no worse than any other midfielder or defender, if anything he was more of a threat down the right than Pedersen was down the left. That said, when CKR is fit he'll probably play wide right for the rest of the season. I don't recall Murphy or Etuhu spraying passes around for fun either, perhaps that only happened every time I blinked. Speaking of Etuhu, he's the defensive midfield option you were asking about, still think he had a good game? We also had Jorge on the bench but I'm guessing the enforced defensive substitutions and the fact that we were drawing when Rochina came on meant that shoring up the midfield wasn't an option. The only real difference between our team and Bristol City's was our front pairing. I agree that Rochina deserves a start but I can't see Rhodes or Gomes being dropped after yesterday so he'll have to settle for the bench. I'll also agree that if they'd scored five we would've scored seven, it was that type of game. However, I don't agree that if we'd been given a penalty it could've been six but that's more to do with chaos theory than doubting our penalty takers. It's actual a pet peeve of mine, when people say that sort of thing - Steve Kean saying Hoilett penalty decision at the the Reebok could've kept us up springs to mind. But, hey, that's my problem. Still, glad your trip wasn't a wasted one. I also have to agree with those people questioning Hendry's impact on the coaching side. What exactly has he improved on since his arrival? Does he take sessions himself or does he just stand there repeating every instruction Kean doles out? As for Ewood 82's comments regarding the 72 year old horse whisperer, nice to see you've got one of your many fingers on the pulse, high six! Seriously, are you that determined to look clever that you had to trawl through two weeks of Blackburn related news before you found something to goad us with? Or perhaps it's taken you almost two weeks to read the article? Or find someone in Burnley who can read it for you, a visiting aid worker from Uganda perhaps? Speaking of Uganda, I see your club has sent a load of shirts out there for their kids. Perhaps we should play them in December, at least then we might get a game out of it. But back to Frankie Dettori's grandfather, nowhere in the article does it say that the man is related to the horse so at least he's not as perverted as you and your brethren.[/p][/quote]I stayed on in Bristol at my daughters and talked to several City fans last night and they were still shell shocked from losing a game they thought they had drawn. They gave Rovers a lot of credit for the win. Not many sides will score so many goals or even win at Ashton Gate this season. They also said they would love to have Dann, Etuhu and Murphy (and Rhodes of course) in their side. Murphy made things tick for us and most things went through him. Top of the table and looking good and the good thing is that we can only get better.[/p][/quote]Dann played alright on Saturday, although we conceded three goals, but you know as well as I do that it's possible to count the number of good games he's had in a Rover's shirt on one hand. We'll have to agree to disagree with regards to Murphy, I thought he looked better than he has in recent weeks but still nowhere near the player he was at Fulham. Etuhu was more of the link-up man in my opinion but as we've already covered, he's supposed to be the defensive midfielder and didn't shine in that department. Admiration of Rhodes is understandable and I think he, along with Nuno Gomes, will be the big difference this season. Still, I wish we had a player like Adomah in our team, it's no wonder Swansea were trying to sign him as a replacement for Scott Sinclair. srvp28
  • Score: 2

11:19am Mon 17 Sep 12

bburnrover says...

The problem isnt the defence its the philosophy in the side everyone wants to attack but the team have to work harder and defend from the front.We blamed Hoilett last year for not tracking back but the personnel has changed but not the problem so the common denominator is Kean. The manager does not get sufficient respect from the players as he has never played at such an high level and obviously does not understand tatics fully.We need Glen Hoddle at the helm as the raw ingredients are there it just needs orchestrating into a fit fighting machine now.Donald Duck could keep this squad at or near the top Hoddle will have it won by January.
The problem isnt the defence its the philosophy in the side everyone wants to attack but the team have to work harder and defend from the front.We blamed Hoilett last year for not tracking back but the personnel has changed but not the problem so the common denominator is Kean. The manager does not get sufficient respect from the players as he has never played at such an high level and obviously does not understand tatics fully.We need Glen Hoddle at the helm as the raw ingredients are there it just needs orchestrating into a fit fighting machine now.Donald Duck could keep this squad at or near the top Hoddle will have it won by January. bburnrover
  • Score: -1

1:55pm Mon 17 Sep 12

OnePostThenTheOther says...

Bazzer wrote:
OnePostThenTheOther wrote:
Bazzer wrote:
OnePostThenTheOther wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK
Armchair boy.
Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.
I think you will find I was one of the first supporters questioning Kean and I cannot stand the man. Fact is, you are one of those who pontificates about Rovers from an armchair. If you want to stay away, stay away, but spare us the repetition here every week of you guys telling us you are staying away and slagging off those who go.
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM!!!
Kean-luvvie and a hypocrit. What's "armchair boy" and "glory-hunter" if you're not slagging me off?

I was working on the car and listening to the radio on Saturday. The wife was knelt on the armchair a little while later.

KEAN SACK
THOUSANDS BACK

Selfish fans claim they are "backing the team". Have you not read the tripe that the nobender Agnew is coming out with?
[quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bazzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OnePostThenTheOther[/bold] wrote: So when we've won the league by scoring 3/4/5 every game, but conceding 3 against mid-table, at best, Championship sides will we carry on with the same tactics in the Premiership? Kean is crap at defence because all of his experience comes from the imaginary career that he carries around inside his head. I hate it when the opposing team score, something that we have seen far far too much of in the last two years. Happy for you that witnessed five goals despite Kean. What a pity it took a 400 mile round trip to see it. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK[/p][/quote]Armchair boy.[/p][/quote]Kean Apologist. Kean Sympathiser. I've spent my pot trailing round the country and flying to/from Europe to watch Rovers. It's a question of priorities, and wasting time to watch Kean learning his trade isn't one of them. Unlike you I'm not happy making selfish excuses for why I can't stay away for a while.[/p][/quote]I think you will find I was one of the first supporters questioning Kean and I cannot stand the man. Fact is, you are one of those who pontificates about Rovers from an armchair. If you want to stay away, stay away, but spare us the repetition here every week of you guys telling us you are staying away and slagging off those who go. SUPPORT YOUR TEAM!!![/p][/quote]Kean-luvvie and a hypocrit. What's "armchair boy" and "glory-hunter" if you're not slagging me off? I was working on the car and listening to the radio on Saturday. The wife was knelt on the armchair a little while later. KEAN SACK THOUSANDS BACK Selfish fans claim they are "backing the team". Have you not read the tripe that the nobender Agnew is coming out with? OnePostThenTheOther
  • Score: 2

2:03pm Mon 17 Sep 12

Oakdale blue says...

srvp28 wrote:
Oakdale blue wrote: Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week
It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you. No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'. Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled.
wow, touchy or what...did I hit a nerve?

You do whatever you think is right. I hated the Allardyce period, a man potentially lining his own pocket with some dodgy signings, on dodgy contracts playing huff ball football...but I still went along and supported the team.

Was only saying that after a few weeks of 'revolt' several people I've spoken to are deciding to return this week....be good to see more of you down there, unless the Clarets are playing!
[quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oakdale blue[/bold] wrote: Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week[/p][/quote]It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you. No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'. Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled.[/p][/quote]wow, touchy or what...did I hit a nerve? You do whatever you think is right. I hated the Allardyce period, a man potentially lining his own pocket with some dodgy signings, on dodgy contracts playing huff ball football...but I still went along and supported the team. Was only saying that after a few weeks of 'revolt' several people I've spoken to are deciding to return this week....be good to see more of you down there, unless the Clarets are playing! Oakdale blue
  • Score: -3

5:04pm Mon 17 Sep 12

walshy2866 says...

Ewood 82 wrote:
Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way -

Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL

Hey lads leave the horses alone!

Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!!

Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!!
But still interesting enough of a club for the inbred w4nkers to keep coming on our forum&better than that having our grounds name in his user name!
The scum of the earth, hated by all Lancashire clubs and many others.
Just remind me d1ckhead about laughing stocks you jealous tw@t?
[quote][p][bold]Ewood 82[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the top entertainment this week by the way - Shadsworth estate - An hour of spot the father!!! LOL Hey lads leave the horses alone! Get yourselves on the bubble up shad!!!! Laughing stock of a club. Laughing stock of a town!!![/p][/quote]But still interesting enough of a club for the inbred w4nkers to keep coming on our forum&better than that having our grounds name in his user name! The scum of the earth, hated by all Lancashire clubs and many others. Just remind me d1ckhead about laughing stocks you jealous tw@t? walshy2866
  • Score: 1

7:37pm Mon 17 Sep 12

srvp28 says...

Oakdale blue wrote:
srvp28 wrote:
Oakdale blue wrote: Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week
It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you. No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'. Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled.
wow, touchy or what...did I hit a nerve?

You do whatever you think is right. I hated the Allardyce period, a man potentially lining his own pocket with some dodgy signings, on dodgy contracts playing huff ball football...but I still went along and supported the team.

Was only saying that after a few weeks of 'revolt' several people I've spoken to are deciding to return this week....be good to see more of you down there, unless the Clarets are playing!
You weren't 'just saying' at all, I've read enough of your posts to know that you think you're a far superior fan compared to those that choose to stay away. Your comments were obviously a veiled way of saying, "I knew you'd start crawling back when the team started being successful!"

As for your condescending, "be good to see more of you down there...", comment, what makes you think I'm a stay-away fan?
[quote][p][bold]Oakdale blue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]srvp28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oakdale blue[/bold] wrote: Top of the league...simply can't ask for any more at this stage of the season and with two home games ahead we have the opportunity to cement an excellent start to the season. Look forward to seeing some of you 'stay aways' at Ewood this week[/p][/quote]It's comments like this that cause infighting amongst the fans. People like you say that all supporters should forget about Kean, get behind the players and return to Ewood. However, you can't resist making snide remarks in the process. I'd much rather be sat next to a returning fan, who'd sacrificed the start of the season in an effort to make their point, than someone like you. No too long ago there were a couple of posters on one of these threads that questioned whether or not those people slating Hendry would have the guts to say it to his face. I'm of a similar opinion, although I'm questioning whether some of the people on here who talk down to the stay-away fans would actually say it to their faces? Seriously, I've not been anywhere, whether it be a bar, a restaurant, work, an away match, etc., and seen someone who attends home games call someone who won't a 'plastic fan'. Each individual has had to make a choice. You may not agree with somebody else's but you have no right to question it, or insult them, either blatantly and veiled.[/p][/quote]wow, touchy or what...did I hit a nerve? You do whatever you think is right. I hated the Allardyce period, a man potentially lining his own pocket with some dodgy signings, on dodgy contracts playing huff ball football...but I still went along and supported the team. Was only saying that after a few weeks of 'revolt' several people I've spoken to are deciding to return this week....be good to see more of you down there, unless the Clarets are playing![/p][/quote]You weren't 'just saying' at all, I've read enough of your posts to know that you think you're a far superior fan compared to those that choose to stay away. Your comments were obviously a veiled way of saying, "I knew you'd start crawling back when the team started being successful!" As for your condescending, "be good to see more of you down there...", comment, what makes you think I'm a stay-away fan? srvp28
  • Score: 3

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