Trippier believes Chelsea test is perfect start for Clarets

Trippier believes Chelsea test is perfect start for Clarets

Trippier believes Chelsea test is perfect start for Clarets

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BURNLEY have been thrown in at the deep end with a Premier League opener against Chelsea, but defender Kieran Trippier declared: “It’s a great time to play them!”.

The Clarets have been handed a tough start with Jose Mourinho’s men and Manchester United the first games at Turf Moor, either side of a trip to Swansea to announce their return to the top flight.

But rather than ease themselves in, Trippier admits he would rather bring on the big guns straight away.

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“I think it’s a great time to play them to be honest – first game of the season,” said the right back.

“Coming to Turf Moor, they won’t like being pressed.

“We’ve got our gameplan.

“We know what they’re all about.

“But like we did last year we want to take it game by game and who knows where we’ll be at the end of the season.”

‘One game at a time’ was a well-worn statement in the Clarets camp as they moved towards automatic promotion.

And Trippier is sure it will serve them just as well at the top level as they try to defy widespread expectations of a season-long struggle.

The 23-year-old has a personal agenda too.

After finding first team opportunities with Manchester City almost impossible to come by upon progressing through their youth ranks, he stepped back from the Premier League in search of regular senior football.

Promotion came more quickly than he anticipated with Burnley, but he said: “I can’t wait for it.

“I believe in my ability to play in the Premier League and I want to do well for the club and for myself and show people what I can do.

“People might have probably doubted that I am a Premier League player but I just want to do well and do my talking on the pitch.”

Trippier, who has been named in the PFA Championship team of the year in each of the last two seasons, added the group mentality was strong too.

“We all believe in each other’s ability and I don’t think anyone in the team is nervous or scared, it’s just excitement more than anything,” he said.

“It doesn’t matter who you are playing against, it’s just another game.

“You know all about the quality of the individual but if you believe in your ability then you won’t have a problem.

“The underdog tag sat with us all last year.

“We were among the favourites to get relegated but we proved everyone wrong.

“Everyone thought we were going to blow up but we didn’t.

“We stuck in there and got automatic promotion with 94 points, which is what people forget sometimes.

“This year will be the same – we just want to prove people wrong.”

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9:50am Wed 13 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans.

I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us.

UTC bring on Chelsea.
Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans. I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us. UTC bring on Chelsea. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 20

10:30am Wed 13 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -15

10:32am Wed 13 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
Come on. Start to bay it a bit. Endless and constant moaning makes folk think you're not a Burnley fan. These folk are savvy eh!
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.[/p][/quote]Come on. Start to bay it a bit. Endless and constant moaning makes folk think you're not a Burnley fan. These folk are savvy eh! RobH2O .
  • Score: 12

10:35am Wed 13 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans.

I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us.

UTC bring on Chelsea.
So true chuck. Pullis said that if you lose home and away against the top six it doesn't matter because they are in a different Premier League. Doing well against the middling bunch and a bit better than that against the bottom six sees you top 42 points. 38 is the average to stay up.

UTC.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans. I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us. UTC bring on Chelsea.[/p][/quote]So true chuck. Pullis said that if you lose home and away against the top six it doesn't matter because they are in a different Premier League. Doing well against the middling bunch and a bit better than that against the bottom six sees you top 42 points. 38 is the average to stay up. UTC. RobH2O .
  • Score: 9

10:44am Wed 13 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?
Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet? AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -16

10:51am Wed 13 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

RobH2O . wrote:
Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans.

I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us.

UTC bring on Chelsea.
So true chuck. Pullis said that if you lose home and away against the top six it doesn't matter because they are in a different Premier League. Doing well against the middling bunch and a bit better than that against the bottom six sees you top 42 points. 38 is the average to stay up.

UTC.
Absolutely! I think it was Jock Stein in the seventies who said that the difference in attitude between Celtic and Rangers and the rest was that the others only raised their game against the big two, if they played against all the others like they played against Old Firm they would stand a chance of actually winning something. If we get tubbed by the top 4 or 5 (and largely we didn't do too bad against them last time up) as long as we can perform against the "winnables" like Palace, West Ham, Villa and, of course the other promoted teams (we only lost 1 out of four last season and the one we lost we were severely depleated on the day) then we shouldn't be too bad. We should be able to look forward to our usual 6 points against Hull as well.
Bring it on!!!
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: Exactly right. Our season won't be defined by games against the Chelseas and Man Uniteds of this world, but the very fact that we are competing with them on a level playing field, knowing that they will play their strongest available side is fantastic for the club, the players and the fans. I honestly believe we have enough about us to stay up relatively comfortably and we will surprise a lot of people who have predicted a swift return to the Chumpionship for us. UTC bring on Chelsea.[/p][/quote]So true chuck. Pullis said that if you lose home and away against the top six it doesn't matter because they are in a different Premier League. Doing well against the middling bunch and a bit better than that against the bottom six sees you top 42 points. 38 is the average to stay up. UTC.[/p][/quote]Absolutely! I think it was Jock Stein in the seventies who said that the difference in attitude between Celtic and Rangers and the rest was that the others only raised their game against the big two, if they played against all the others like they played against Old Firm they would stand a chance of actually winning something. If we get tubbed by the top 4 or 5 (and largely we didn't do too bad against them last time up) as long as we can perform against the "winnables" like Palace, West Ham, Villa and, of course the other promoted teams (we only lost 1 out of four last season and the one we lost we were severely depleated on the day) then we shouldn't be too bad. We should be able to look forward to our usual 6 points against Hull as well. Bring it on!!! houseclaret
  • Score: 15

10:57am Wed 13 Aug 14

stevieclaret says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av.

However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe.

Wow. How your team av fallen.

Mega blinding
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.[/p][/quote]I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av. However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe. Wow. How your team av fallen. Mega blinding stevieclaret
  • Score: 20

11:02am Wed 13 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

stevieclaret wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av.

However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe.

Wow. How your team av fallen.

Mega blinding
Scunthorpe's primary colours are Claret & Blue. Pity they had the snot-green top on last night. Never mind. Still lost to Claret & Blue.

That hideous blue in the no-dad's shirt. Looks similar to the long-defunct but superior entity Blackburn Olympic.

Fake Olympic!
[quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.[/p][/quote]I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av. However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe. Wow. How your team av fallen. Mega blinding[/p][/quote]Scunthorpe's primary colours are Claret & Blue. Pity they had the snot-green top on last night. Never mind. Still lost to Claret & Blue. That hideous blue in the no-dad's shirt. Looks similar to the long-defunct but superior entity Blackburn Olympic. Fake Olympic! RobH2O .
  • Score: 12

11:28am Wed 13 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

At least Blackburn's hilarious defeat to the legends of football Scunthorpe United last night has meant that most of them haven't dared to crawl from under their stone to post on here this morning.

Aside from the Class clown AP4B of course, wittering on about someone from Tamworth or some other inane rubbish.
At least Blackburn's hilarious defeat to the legends of football Scunthorpe United last night has meant that most of them haven't dared to crawl from under their stone to post on here this morning. Aside from the Class clown AP4B of course, wittering on about someone from Tamworth or some other inane rubbish. Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 14

11:34am Wed 13 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse wrote:
At least Blackburn's hilarious defeat to the legends of football Scunthorpe United last night has meant that most of them haven't dared to crawl from under their stone to post on here this morning.

Aside from the Class clown AP4B of course, wittering on about someone from Tamworth or some other inane rubbish.
Yes but you're assuming that he even cares about Blackbuwn when his main reason for getitng up each day is BFC - and cider of course - and to jab his pointy finger randomly at the keyboard - and to share his hate - and to try depress happy people - but, basically, his life revolves around our club, its obvious and at the same time incredibly pathetic. Like a kid asking all the others kids at school to smack him in the face every day, you know you shouldn't but....... it's such an ugly face.
[quote][p][bold]Chuck Norris' Roundhouse[/bold] wrote: At least Blackburn's hilarious defeat to the legends of football Scunthorpe United last night has meant that most of them haven't dared to crawl from under their stone to post on here this morning. Aside from the Class clown AP4B of course, wittering on about someone from Tamworth or some other inane rubbish.[/p][/quote]Yes but you're assuming that he even cares about Blackbuwn when his main reason for getitng up each day is BFC - and cider of course - and to jab his pointy finger randomly at the keyboard - and to share his hate - and to try depress happy people - but, basically, his life revolves around our club, its obvious and at the same time incredibly pathetic. Like a kid asking all the others kids at school to smack him in the face every day, you know you shouldn't but....... it's such an ugly face. Claretcert
  • Score: 11

12:03pm Wed 13 Aug 14

McClaret says...

Thought they might be quiet today, how nice to see claret and blue shirts celebrating on the Darwen end - remind you of anything Staric (AP4B).
Thought they might be quiet today, how nice to see claret and blue shirts celebrating on the Darwen end - remind you of anything Staric (AP4B). McClaret
  • Score: 9

12:23pm Wed 13 Aug 14

Pompey Claret says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?
Maybe you should have signed him , he might have scored against Scunthorpe last night.

Lol Rovers knocked out the cup again by a Claret & Blue team.

After scrapping a draw against Cardiff they were thinking Premiership here we come then reality hit home losing in the cup .

When your a club in financial dire straights like Rovers a good cup run should be of upmost importance especially with the FFP in place.

Well done to Scunthorpe United , Rovers showed you no respect and you showed them that they should have. Just brilliant.

UTC
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?[/p][/quote]Maybe you should have signed him , he might have scored against Scunthorpe last night. Lol Rovers knocked out the cup again by a Claret & Blue team. After scrapping a draw against Cardiff they were thinking Premiership here we come then reality hit home losing in the cup . When your a club in financial dire straights like Rovers a good cup run should be of upmost importance especially with the FFP in place. Well done to Scunthorpe United , Rovers showed you no respect and you showed them that they should have. Just brilliant. UTC Pompey Claret
  • Score: 11

12:40pm Wed 13 Aug 14

A Darener says...

The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.
The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning. A Darener
  • Score: 6

1:23pm Wed 13 Aug 14

houseclaret says...

A Darener wrote:
The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.
Nice one Darener. Way I see it we will either win (fabulous), draw (happy with that), lose narrowly (not a disaster) or get absolutely thumped (very bad for the first game of the season). I can live with any of the first 3 possibilities. As you can see my predictions are a bit vague but, to be honest, I really don't know what to expect. It depends on whether Sean gets everything right (which I expect he will) and if Chelsea turn up ready for a game. If they come thinking the points are in the bag (like Utd last time up), they will be in for a surprise.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.[/p][/quote]Nice one Darener. Way I see it we will either win (fabulous), draw (happy with that), lose narrowly (not a disaster) or get absolutely thumped (very bad for the first game of the season). I can live with any of the first 3 possibilities. As you can see my predictions are a bit vague but, to be honest, I really don't know what to expect. It depends on whether Sean gets everything right (which I expect he will) and if Chelsea turn up ready for a game. If they come thinking the points are in the bag (like Utd last time up), they will be in for a surprise. houseclaret
  • Score: 7

1:36pm Wed 13 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
Hello managed to drag yourself out of your smelly bed did you to make another inane pointless stupid comment. I would have though after last night’s debacle at your place you would have the good grace to shut up. Last night just showed what a threadbare squad you have. The Venky’s and as one of your posters (JC Rishton – a guy with good sense and a grip on reality) has said the Walker trust before them has run down your club to the point where it is very doubtful it can ever recover. Venky’s are not going to, nor it seems will, put their hands in their pockets to alleviate this dire position. Of course your club has never prospered in recent times unless they have had the use of someone else’s money. The times they have a changed boy.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.[/p][/quote]Hello managed to drag yourself out of your smelly bed did you to make another inane pointless stupid comment. I would have though after last night’s debacle at your place you would have the good grace to shut up. Last night just showed what a threadbare squad you have. The Venky’s and as one of your posters (JC Rishton – a guy with good sense and a grip on reality) has said the Walker trust before them has run down your club to the point where it is very doubtful it can ever recover. Venky’s are not going to, nor it seems will, put their hands in their pockets to alleviate this dire position. Of course your club has never prospered in recent times unless they have had the use of someone else’s money. The times they have a changed boy. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 11

1:41pm Wed 13 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

RobH2O . wrote:
stevieclaret wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn


ley
wrote:
Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.
I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av.

However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe.

Wow. How your team av fallen.

Mega blinding
Scunthorpe's primary colours are Claret & Blue. Pity they had the snot-green top on last night. Never mind. Still lost to Claret & Blue.

That hideous blue in the no-dad's shirt. Looks similar to the long-defunct but superior entity Blackburn Olympic.

Fake Olympic!
It’s quite conceivable now that after March 9, Blackburn have developed a phobia, a surrender type phobia, about Claret and Blue. They may never ever again beat any team wearing these most famous colours.
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O .[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevieclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Tripper is right in a way but it will be like the Alamo against the big guns. I just hope and pray we can get enough draws so we don't finish rock bottom.[/p][/quote]I'd be worried about my own team if I was u. A good cup run would ease the financial worries your club av. However, your team lost at home to the mighty Scunthorpe. Wow. How your team av fallen. Mega blinding[/p][/quote]Scunthorpe's primary colours are Claret & Blue. Pity they had the snot-green top on last night. Never mind. Still lost to Claret & Blue. That hideous blue in the no-dad's shirt. Looks similar to the long-defunct but superior entity Blackburn Olympic. Fake Olympic![/p][/quote]It’s quite conceivable now that after March 9, Blackburn have developed a phobia, a surrender type phobia, about Claret and Blue. They may never ever again beat any team wearing these most famous colours. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

1:58pm Wed 13 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

A Darener wrote:
The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.
More likely a flaccid display Monday and everyone on here disappearing until may.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.[/p][/quote]More likely a flaccid display Monday and everyone on here disappearing until may. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -8

1:59pm Wed 13 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?
Are you in the draw for the next round of the Capital One Cup?
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?[/p][/quote]Are you in the draw for the next round of the Capital One Cup? mjp 53
  • Score: 4

2:03pm Wed 13 Aug 14

Chuck Norris' Roundhouse says...

mjp 53 wrote:
AnotherPounding4Burn

ley
wrote:
Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?
Are you in the draw for the next round of the Capital One Cup?
I didn't know they did a First Round in the League Cup.

How quaint. Shame that Blackburn couldn' progress and get a moneyspinning away day at a Premier League giant - like Burnley?
[quote][p][bold]mjp 53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?[/p][/quote]Are you in the draw for the next round of the Capital One Cup?[/p][/quote]I didn't know they did a First Round in the League Cup. How quaint. Shame that Blackburn couldn' progress and get a moneyspinning away day at a Premier League giant - like Burnley? Chuck Norris' Roundhouse
  • Score: 10

2:58pm Wed 13 Aug 14

RobH2O . says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
A Darener wrote:
The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.
More likely a flaccid display Monday and everyone on here disappearing until may.
As long as that includes you. Not withstanding that, you may chose to do one anyway. I'd take either.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.[/p][/quote]More likely a flaccid display Monday and everyone on here disappearing until may.[/p][/quote]As long as that includes you. Not withstanding that, you may chose to do one anyway. I'd take either. RobH2O .
  • Score: 2

3:04pm Wed 13 Aug 14

garry_stockton says...

Anyone seen Bazzer or Baldie.........very quiet
Anyone seen Bazzer or Baldie.........very quiet garry_stockton
  • Score: 2

3:05pm Wed 13 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?
Yes we have not yet got in perhaps one or two that SD would like to strengthen the squad. But there’s no hurry. Unfortunately we missed the signing of the close season in Reg Varney. We badly needed a new coach driver. Still your lot had him scouted most of last season so I don’t suppose we can complain. I only wish that we had the wonderful scouts that you have who can pluck these diamonds from barren places. Look who we got instead - Jutkiewicz. He’s only scored six in pre-season friendlies. I know it’s a meagre return. In fact they took him off on Saturday after the ball hit his head and flashed into the Verona goal almost ripping the net in case he might have scored another fluke.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Have we signed that striker from Tamworth yet?[/p][/quote]Yes we have not yet got in perhaps one or two that SD would like to strengthen the squad. But there’s no hurry. Unfortunately we missed the signing of the close season in Reg Varney. We badly needed a new coach driver. Still your lot had him scouted most of last season so I don’t suppose we can complain. I only wish that we had the wonderful scouts that you have who can pluck these diamonds from barren places. Look who we got instead - Jutkiewicz. He’s only scored six in pre-season friendlies. I know it’s a meagre return. In fact they took him off on Saturday after the ball hit his head and flashed into the Verona goal almost ripping the net in case he might have scored another fluke. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 9

3:10pm Wed 13 Aug 14

tall in the saddle says...

A Darener wrote:
The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.
I think they have upset you because you’re reading a Burnley thread here you know? You didn’t? Anyway they don’t need to you’re making a hell of a good job of it yourselves.
[quote][p][bold]A Darener[/bold] wrote: The only way Burnley fans will upset the Rovers fans is to win on Monday. I have a feeling the way things are going at the moment the Rovers fans are going to be very quiet Tuesday morning.[/p][/quote]I think they have upset you because you’re reading a Burnley thread here you know? You didn’t? Anyway they don’t need to you’re making a hell of a good job of it yourselves. tall in the saddle
  • Score: 2

4:26pm Wed 13 Aug 14

mount vision says...

Tripps is not just a premiership player he's a premiership guy as well we have the pleasure of his company from time to time in my local, a really genuine young fella. UTC
Tripps is not just a premiership player he's a premiership guy as well we have the pleasure of his company from time to time in my local, a really genuine young fella. UTC mount vision
  • Score: 9

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