Underdog tag will suit us just fine, insists Clarets skipper Shackell

Jason Shackell

Jason Shackell

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

SEAN Dyche says his ‘one game at a time’ mantra will have more meaning than ever in the Premier League.

The Clarets adopted the manager’s phrase last season as the possibility of promotion started to look a reality.

And similarly now, as Turf Moor prepares to launch into a new Premier League season, the message remains the same.

For captain Jason Shackell and the rest of the players, such continuity is a positive as the club prepares for a new adventure.

“The gaffer, as soon as he came in, brought stability. He likes to make sure that everybody knows their roles,” said the skipper.

“A lot of the players are the same as last year so everybody knows their place in the team and what he expects from them.

“That’s always nice as a player.”

Promotion hasn’t changed him, or his mindset.

“He’s been pretty similar,” said Shackell. “He works us hard, he worked us hard over pre-season.

“He sticks to a lot of the philosophies we used last year so nothing’s really changed.

“Obviously we know we’re going to have to be bang at it game in, game out to make sure we’re ready and competing and trying to get a few good results.”

But it is not just their physicality that Dyche has focused on, their mentality has had a work-out too with the help of psychologist Simon Clarkson.

An occasional guest at their Gawthorpe training base last season and this summer, he has helped Burnley prepare themselves to cope with a different win ratio this season compared to last.

“We have a guy in, Simon, that gives us the odd talk and he’s been excellent,” said Shackell. “He doesn’t come in too regularly but when he does he delivers a little presentation with quite powerful messages and I think the lads buy into everything he’s done.

“There are key messages but he thinks a little bit outside the box.

“Tthe message is we’re not going to get it all our own way like we did last year, but it’s about not getting too low with the lows and not getting too high with the highs.”

But dealing with the doom-mongers, who have made Burnley favourites for the drop, is not an area which Clarkson has had to concentrate on.

“I really don’t think we look into it as much as the people outside do,” said Shackell, 30.

“Last season people were making us huge underdogs but that brings a certain freedom and freedom can be a powerful thing.”

That first game, against Chelsea at Turf Moor tonight, pits Shackell and co against one of the most expensively assembled teams in the world. But, as well as personal pride, Shackell gets a kick out of proving people wrong.

“When people are doubting you and you can prove them wrong along the way then that’s a great bonus,” he said.

“Our focus will be starting against Chelsea, doing what we do well, working hard, and then just see where that takes us.

“People will give everything for each other in this team.

“That’s what our success was built on last year and that’s something we need to try to build on again this year to hopefully get some good results.”

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12:48pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

favourites for relegation and underdogs last season.....we'll take more of the same of that this season...
favourites for relegation and underdogs last season.....we'll take more of the same of that this season... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 11

1:36pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Garylla says...

Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB
Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB Garylla
  • Score: -8

1:42pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

a draw at home will do us - rather than losing at home to a lowly league 1 side.

By all accounts the b....ds were so bad that night they were lucky to get nil.....
a draw at home will do us - rather than losing at home to a lowly league 1 side. By all accounts the b....ds were so bad that night they were lucky to get nil..... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 8

2:18pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Pembina says...

I guess TurfMoor TOM will be hoping Burnley get thrashed tonight - he's such a dedicated Rovers fan,
I guess TurfMoor TOM will be hoping Burnley get thrashed tonight - he's such a dedicated Rovers fan, Pembina
  • Score: 5

2:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

milnrow claret says...

Get back on your own forums, you no dads stink
Get back on your own forums, you no dads stink milnrow claret
  • Score: 4

2:43pm Mon 18 Aug 14

McClaret says...

Garylla wrote:
Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB
Bitter, jealous.
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB[/p][/quote]Bitter, jealous. McClaret
  • Score: 1

2:43pm Mon 18 Aug 14

McClaret says...

Will someone please play fantasy football with me, I am a lonely Blackburn fan that trolls on Burnley websites looking to try and antagonise football supporters who have much more knowledge of the game than I do.
Last season was clear evidence of this when I consistently predicted the wrong outcomes on Burnley fixtures and since they gained promotion to the Premier league I am finding it very difficult to handle.
I know I should really seek medical attention but how do you prescribe anything for feeling so bitter and jealous towards a rival football club.
If anyone would please enter my fantasy football league (So far it has 1 subscriber - me) then I could get myself some self esteem. I have no friends so it really would make me feel better if I could just finish above 1 person, anyone would do as it has never happened before.
It upsets me so much to write this honest post that the tears are already pouring down my cheeks. If only my football club could achieve what yours has and I didn't have to rely on distant memories for any solace.
Why can't I be playing Chelsea
Yours sincerely,
AP4B
heartbroken, pitiful and beyond help
Will someone please play fantasy football with me, I am a lonely Blackburn fan that trolls on Burnley websites looking to try and antagonise football supporters who have much more knowledge of the game than I do. Last season was clear evidence of this when I consistently predicted the wrong outcomes on Burnley fixtures and since they gained promotion to the Premier league I am finding it very difficult to handle. I know I should really seek medical attention but how do you prescribe anything for feeling so bitter and jealous towards a rival football club. If anyone would please enter my fantasy football league (So far it has 1 subscriber - me) then I could get myself some self esteem. I have no friends so it really would make me feel better if I could just finish above 1 person, anyone would do as it has never happened before. It upsets me so much to write this honest post that the tears are already pouring down my cheeks. If only my football club could achieve what yours has and I didn't have to rely on distant memories for any solace. Why can't I be playing Chelsea Yours sincerely, AP4B heartbroken, pitiful and beyond help McClaret
  • Score: 4

2:56pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Tatts says...

I know a lot of the doom-mongers are saying that you won't manage it.

But, even as a Rovers fan, I'm confident that you will do it.

I think you will score a goal this season.
I know a lot of the doom-mongers are saying that you won't manage it. But, even as a Rovers fan, I'm confident that you will do it. I think you will score a goal this season. Tatts
  • Score: -6

3:03pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Tatts wrote:
I know a lot of the doom-mongers are saying that you won't manage it.

But, even as a Rovers fan, I'm confident that you will do it.

I think you will score a goal this season.
I still think you have missed a 'w' out of your username.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: I know a lot of the doom-mongers are saying that you won't manage it. But, even as a Rovers fan, I'm confident that you will do it. I think you will score a goal this season.[/p][/quote]I still think you have missed a 'w' out of your username. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 5

3:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Claretcert says...

Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach. Claretcert
  • Score: 6

3:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

mjp 53 says...

Garylla wrote:
Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB
A little bit like when Scunthorpe exposed you as a sh**e team who will never win anything again, especially in your lifetime, DEAL WITH IT !!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Garylla[/bold] wrote: Don't get too carried away with the highs! Ha ha, that will be when you scrape a draw against Leicester at home. That shrink is going to be needed on a more regular basis starting with tonight when the real Mourinho exposes the weakness of the ginge fake. COYB[/p][/quote]A little bit like when Scunthorpe exposed you as a sh**e team who will never win anything again, especially in your lifetime, DEAL WITH IT !!!!!!! mjp 53
  • Score: 2

3:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Claretcert wrote:
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
I like that analogy. Promotion for Burnley means it can be done without a benefactor which will give hope to fans similarly sized clubs outside the top division. Nice one!
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.[/p][/quote]I like that analogy. Promotion for Burnley means it can be done without a benefactor which will give hope to fans similarly sized clubs outside the top division. Nice one! ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 3

3:38pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

Claretcert wrote:
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
every team other than the b...ds can achieve that....
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.[/p][/quote]every team other than the b...ds can achieve that.... Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 3

3:52pm Mon 18 Aug 14

TurfMoor Tom says...

Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Scunthorpe.

Just a polite reminder to my fellow Rovers fans who appear to believe we can laugh at Burnley's expense as they prepare to face one of the top teams in Europe. We should know our place in the grand scheme of things. We've just been knocked out of the cup by League One Scunthorpe.

Please will all Blackburn fans posting on the Burnley articles refrain from making the rest of us look like jealous fools. At the present time we are not even fit to grace the same division as our biggest rivals so to find comfort in their possible defeat to a giant of European football is quite frankly embarrassing.

I say good luck to the Clarets and I can only hope that one day my club is capable of replicating such an outstanding achievement without being funded by a wealthy beneficiary.

I'm going for a 2-1 home win. And at 28/1 it has to be worth a tenner. Come on you Clarets, uncle Tom needs a new mattress!
Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Scunthorpe. Just a polite reminder to my fellow Rovers fans who appear to believe we can laugh at Burnley's expense as they prepare to face one of the top teams in Europe. We should know our place in the grand scheme of things. We've just been knocked out of the cup by League One Scunthorpe. Please will all Blackburn fans posting on the Burnley articles refrain from making the rest of us look like jealous fools. At the present time we are not even fit to grace the same division as our biggest rivals so to find comfort in their possible defeat to a giant of European football is quite frankly embarrassing. I say good luck to the Clarets and I can only hope that one day my club is capable of replicating such an outstanding achievement without being funded by a wealthy beneficiary. I'm going for a 2-1 home win. And at 28/1 it has to be worth a tenner. Come on you Clarets, uncle Tom needs a new mattress! TurfMoor Tom
  • Score: 8

4:14pm Mon 18 Aug 14

jim 2012 says...

Claretcert wrote:
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea
then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience
[quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.[/p][/quote]if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience jim 2012
  • Score: -8

4:23pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Its Only a game boy says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea
then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience
no one thought BFC could turn the reigning champions and Sir Alex Bliddy Ferguson over did they........
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.[/p][/quote]if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience[/p][/quote]no one thought BFC could turn the reigning champions and Sir Alex Bliddy Ferguson over did they........ Its Only a game boy
  • Score: 3

4:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Claretcert wrote:
Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.
if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea
then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience
You are right Jim, but we can only get that experience by being there. However while we gain that experience each game is a cup tie with a three points reward.
What we achieved last season was amazing. It's just a pity there are those who are so blinkered by being rivals that they can't show even a modicum of appreciation.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Claretcert[/bold] wrote: Given the chasm in the quality of these two sides we might as well stay at hone. Given that one player cost 27 million more than our team, if we do go we should shout for Chelsea. If we do go and do support the team that nobody gives a chance, we should do it quietly so as not to upset the pundits, journalists and sky team commentating on our game. I predict the opposite. Raucous glorious mayhem for 90+ minutes and a result - whatever that result is - that will show every fan of every club in the football league (bar 1) the there is hope. Clubs in league 2 can claw their way up and play one of the best clubs in the world. Fans in league 1 can imagine a full house against Chelsea on sky on a Monday night. In the championship fans can see a ladder to the top tier not a brick wall. It's not just us, football won. And that's what the sad losers of Blackburn really can't stomach.[/p][/quote]if you think burnley can upset the real jose Mourinho and chelsea then think again burnley are just a side show with a lot homespun philosophy but not much to back it up in premier league experience[/p][/quote]You are right Jim, but we can only get that experience by being there. However while we gain that experience each game is a cup tie with a three points reward. What we achieved last season was amazing. It's just a pity there are those who are so blinkered by being rivals that they can't show even a modicum of appreciation. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 6

5:12pm Mon 18 Aug 14

AnotherPounding4Burnley says...

Not underdog, just dog.
Not underdog, just dog. AnotherPounding4Burnley
  • Score: -4

5:22pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

AnotherPounding4Burn
ley
wrote:
Not underdog, just dog.
And as we refer to you, not dog5hit just sh1t
Sh1t for brains.
[quote][p][bold]AnotherPounding4Burn ley[/bold] wrote: Not underdog, just dog.[/p][/quote]And as we refer to you, not dog5hit just sh1t Sh1t for brains. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 4

5:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

andy1 says...

UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with.
UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with. andy1
  • Score: 0

5:39pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Pembina says...

andy1 wrote:
UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with.
Going to love watching Burnley get thrashed tonight - Bet TurfMoorTOM is thinking same he's such a dedicated Rovers supporter.
[quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with.[/p][/quote]Going to love watching Burnley get thrashed tonight - Bet TurfMoorTOM is thinking same he's such a dedicated Rovers supporter. Pembina
  • Score: 0

5:51pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

They are so funny these Blackbum supporters. I wish I could buy one, it would be like having my own Court Jester.
They are so funny these Blackbum supporters. I wish I could buy one, it would be like having my own Court Jester. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 1

5:59pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Blackbum supporters have been around for a couple of thousand years, it's only that they weren't always called Blackbum Rovers supporters. They used to call them 'lepers'.
Blackbum supporters have been around for a couple of thousand years, it's only that they weren't always called Blackbum Rovers supporters. They used to call them 'lepers'. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 0

6:11pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Pembina wrote:
andy1 wrote:
UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with.
Going to love watching Burnley get thrashed tonight - Bet TurfMoorTOM is thinking same he's such a dedicated Rovers supporter.
Well good luck to you, but I bet you won't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed you getting d1cked by little Scunthorpe last week. Now that would have been worth watching.
[quote][p][bold]Pembina[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andy1[/bold] wrote: UTC from Gibraltar where the No Dads have one known fan whos not a bad bloke for a copper and you can have some real banter with.[/p][/quote]Going to love watching Burnley get thrashed tonight - Bet TurfMoorTOM is thinking same he's such a dedicated Rovers supporter.[/p][/quote]Well good luck to you, but I bet you won't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed you getting d1cked by little Scunthorpe last week. Now that would have been worth watching. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: 1

6:29pm Mon 18 Aug 14

dinglecrusher says...

Can't wait for you Dingles to get stuffed by the real Mourinho and his side!
Can't wait for you Dingles to get stuffed by the real Mourinho and his side! dinglecrusher
  • Score: -1

6:39pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Dinglecrusher? Dingledangler more like.
Dinglecrusher? Dingledangler more like. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: -1

6:40pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

Dinglecrusher? Dingledangler more like.
Dinglecrusher? Dingledangler more like. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: -1

6:41pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ZomZom@thePark says...

So powerful and true a statement I thought I would post it twice, just to get my point across to the Blackbum supporter.
So powerful and true a statement I thought I would post it twice, just to get my point across to the Blackbum supporter. ZomZom@thePark
  • Score: -1

7:00pm Mon 18 Aug 14

TurfMoorTom says...

Shorn Douche's mantra huh? Not like it isn't uttered throughout the land. Still, might as well steal that if you're gonna steal the short hit from Howe's earlier work. Bournemouth going well.
Shorn Douche's mantra huh? Not like it isn't uttered throughout the land. Still, might as well steal that if you're gonna steal the short hit from Howe's earlier work. Bournemouth going well. TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 1

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