Burnley hopeful on Jones deal

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

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche is hopeful of landing David Jones after holding talks with the former Wolves and Wigan midfielder.

The 28-year-old had looked set to join rivals Blackburn Rovers earlier in the summer, after ending the season there on loan from the DW Stadium.

But the Clarets have joined the race for the former England Under-21 international’s signature, and now seem favourites to secure the services of the midfielder who is understood to have had a medical at Burnley last night.

Boss Dyche was cagey when asked if Jones could be added to his summer signings, but certainly did not rule it out.

“That would be nice, watch this space!” he said, smiling broadly.

The Turf Moor chief has spoken of the need to do transfer business discreetly, but his body language alone was enough to suggest he is confident of striking a deal.

Asked if there was a good chance of Jones signing, Dyche would only add: “There’s a number of people we’re having conversations with, and we have to fight accordingly, financially, to get the right bodies in.”

Jones would certainly come with the right pedigree.

Like summer signing Tom Heaton, the Southport-born player came through the youth ranks at Manchester United, but after turning professional found it hard to break into the team ahead of Roy Keane and Paul Scholes, and later Michael Carrick, and made only four senior appearances for the Reds – all in cup competitions.

Instead Jones gained much of his earlier senior experience on loan with Preston, NEC Nijmegen and Derby, who made the move permanent for a £1million fee in January 2007.

He left for Wolves on a free transfer 18 months later, making 76 appearances in three years before joining Wigan on a free.

The Clarets squad travel to Cork today for an intense pre-season training camp and second friendly game on Saturday. At the time of going to press there was no clear indication as to whether Jones would join them in Ireland.

But trialist Scott Arfield will accompany the squad, after playing in Tuesday night’s friendly at Morecambe.

Of the former Falkirk and Huddersfield midfielder, Dyche said: “Scott’s trained with us for a week, we’ve invited him to Ireland and we’ll see how that moves forward.”

Charlie Austin will also return to the squad after being given the night off on Tuesday following the collapse of his anticipated move to Hull City.

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10:19am Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Get him tied up Sean, quality replacement for the disappointing Chris McCann.
Get him tied up Sean, quality replacement for the disappointing Chris McCann. I_am_God
  • Score: 3

10:34am Thu 11 Jul 13

hollinsclaret says...

What a lovely two fingered gesture to the chicken farming fraternity down the road! With Charlie staying and Jones joining, things really are starting to come together quite nicely.
What a lovely two fingered gesture to the chicken farming fraternity down the road! With Charlie staying and Jones joining, things really are starting to come together quite nicely. hollinsclaret
  • Score: -2

10:41am Thu 11 Jul 13

preventionisbetterthancure says...

Children!
Children! preventionisbetterthancure
  • Score: 0

10:42am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

Can only read one thing into this signing, If Jones signs for Burnley, Rovers never even went in for him. If they had, he would be at ewood.
It'll be interesting to see all the self satisfiers on here who were saying he was a rubbish no mark who couldn't get in the wigan side, when he was playing for Rovers. Now you are considering him to be your star player.
Mesmerising humble pie eating session from the hillmonkeys of dingle dome.
Cue Lookup and once again I am Cod you are running out of mugs
Can only read one thing into this signing, If Jones signs for Burnley, Rovers never even went in for him. If they had, he would be at ewood. It'll be interesting to see all the self satisfiers on here who were saying he was a rubbish no mark who couldn't get in the wigan side, when he was playing for Rovers. Now you are considering him to be your star player. Mesmerising humble pie eating session from the hillmonkeys of dingle dome. Cue Lookup and once again I am Cod you are running out of mugs AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:51am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke

ys
wrote:
Can only read one thing into this signing, If Jones signs for Burnley, Rovers never even went in for him. If they had, he would be at ewood.
It'll be interesting to see all the self satisfiers on here who were saying he was a rubbish no mark who couldn't get in the wigan side, when he was playing for Rovers. Now you are considering him to be your star player.
Mesmerising humble pie eating session from the hillmonkeys of dingle dome.
Cue Lookup and once again I am Cod you are running out of mugs
Roughly translated as: What is happening? Turns out we definitely are on a level playing field with Burnley now, as they are picking up players that we want to sign, must make up story about us not being interested really as that will convince me that we are still the bigger and better club.

Oh and you will still need to show your Fat lardy spotty arse in public as per your cocky, arrogant post from yesterday.

Poor old Blackburn
Here he is crowing when he aint signed yet. Last season, according to you, Jones was second rate.Should fit in well with the rest of your squad then.
And Cod, if we wanted him, he'd be with us so obviously I hold my hand up, you were right, he's more second rate than we thought.
Marvelous
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: Can only read one thing into this signing, If Jones signs for Burnley, Rovers never even went in for him. If they had, he would be at ewood. It'll be interesting to see all the self satisfiers on here who were saying he was a rubbish no mark who couldn't get in the wigan side, when he was playing for Rovers. Now you are considering him to be your star player. Mesmerising humble pie eating session from the hillmonkeys of dingle dome. Cue Lookup and once again I am Cod you are running out of mugs[/p][/quote]Roughly translated as: What is happening? Turns out we definitely are on a level playing field with Burnley now, as they are picking up players that we want to sign, must make up story about us not being interested really as that will convince me that we are still the bigger and better club. Oh and you will still need to show your Fat lardy spotty arse in public as per your cocky, arrogant post from yesterday. Poor old Blackburn[/p][/quote]Here he is crowing when he aint signed yet. Last season, according to you, Jones was second rate.Should fit in well with the rest of your squad then. And Cod, if we wanted him, he'd be with us so obviously I hold my hand up, you were right, he's more second rate than we thought. Marvelous AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -5

10:55am Thu 11 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

sloppy seconds
sloppy seconds hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 0

11:03am Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Oh there is some fantastic backtracking from the no-dads on here already.

'Err it must be because we didn't want him' or alternatively 10 games playing for the worst run, biggest laughing stock club in football has convinced him that his future lies anywhere that isn't BolEwood.

I almost feel like I should stop taking the **** - it is almost cruel on you.
Oh there is some fantastic backtracking from the no-dads on here already. 'Err it must be because we didn't want him' or alternatively 10 games playing for the worst run, biggest laughing stock club in football has convinced him that his future lies anywhere that isn't BolEwood. I almost feel like I should stop taking the **** - it is almost cruel on you. I_am_God
  • Score: -2

11:05am Thu 11 Jul 13

razwoods78 says...

Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them razwoods78
  • Score: 8

11:08am Thu 11 Jul 13

alphajono says...

I can see Burnley getting relegated this season.....with the bearded wonder in charge.
I can see Burnley getting relegated this season.....with the bearded wonder in charge. alphajono
  • Score: -2

11:11am Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

razwoods78 wrote:
Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.
[quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them[/p][/quote]And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem. I_am_God
  • Score: 7

11:12am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
Oh there is some fantastic backtracking from the no-dads on here already.

'Err it must be because we didn't want him' or alternatively 10 games playing for the worst run, biggest laughing stock club in football has convinced him that his future lies anywhere that isn't BolEwood.

I almost feel like I should stop taking the **** - it is almost cruel on you.
I, unlike you, rated Jones. He's a good solid steady away midfielder. Only trouble is you said he was shiete. Has he improved or something?
You never know, If Jones had been playing for you earlier, you might have managed a draw against morecambe instead of a spanking.
I should stop with you now my little dancing monkey, you must be getting tired.
Sweeeeeeet
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: Oh there is some fantastic backtracking from the no-dads on here already. 'Err it must be because we didn't want him' or alternatively 10 games playing for the worst run, biggest laughing stock club in football has convinced him that his future lies anywhere that isn't BolEwood. I almost feel like I should stop taking the **** - it is almost cruel on you.[/p][/quote]I, unlike you, rated Jones. He's a good solid steady away midfielder. Only trouble is you said he was shiete. Has he improved or something? You never know, If Jones had been playing for you earlier, you might have managed a draw against morecambe instead of a spanking. I should stop with you now my little dancing monkey, you must be getting tired. Sweeeeeeet AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -4

11:15am Thu 11 Jul 13

kfc yummy says...

Alien probed arse is very agitated today, must have got her benefits stopped again.
Alien probed arse is very agitated today, must have got her benefits stopped again. kfc yummy
  • Score: 3

11:15am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.
So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish.
All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward.
I suspect you must like humble pie.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them[/p][/quote]And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.[/p][/quote]So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish. All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward. I suspect you must like humble pie. AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

11:17am Thu 11 Jul 13

Dublin Claret says...

Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business. Dublin Claret
  • Score: 6

11:25am Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.
So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish.
All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward.
I suspect you must like humble pie.
Where have I ever said Jones was rubbish? Please point to the article and copy and paste into here - if you don't I will assume it is another of your **** ramblings

For a start I have only seen him play live once - at Ewood against us, where lets be honest you were all poor

No comment on you having to show your arse then you backtracking Darwen hillbilly?
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them[/p][/quote]And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.[/p][/quote]So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish. All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward. I suspect you must like humble pie.[/p][/quote]Where have I ever said Jones was rubbish? Please point to the article and copy and paste into here - if you don't I will assume it is another of your **** ramblings For a start I have only seen him play live once - at Ewood against us, where lets be honest you were all poor No comment on you having to show your arse then you backtracking Darwen hillbilly? I_am_God
  • Score: 0

11:29am Thu 11 Jul 13

kfc yummy says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
razwoods78 wrote:
Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.
So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish.
All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward.
I suspect you must like humble pie.
E minor.
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them[/p][/quote]And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.[/p][/quote]So you still won't admit you said he was rubbish. All this self denial is the road back to your loony ward. I suspect you must like humble pie.[/p][/quote]E minor. kfc yummy
  • Score: -3

11:30am Thu 11 Jul 13

kfc yummy says...

Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
[quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major. kfc yummy
  • Score: -1

11:37am Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

BRFCThePe0plesChampi
0ns
wrote:
For all you bunny boiling anally probed Blackburn obsessed Burnley weirdos that sniff around BRFC discussion forums like a lame dog with a limp:

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com/

Visit the new and updated web site dedicated to all things BRFC and Ewood park:
Read the myth busting history of attendance figures at Ewood Park and Turf Moor;
Read how there are only 32 years out of 124 years when Burnley have averaged higher attendances than Blackburn Rovers.

Read about the history of crowd trouble at Ewood Park and also how we explode the Burnley myths of dominance on and off the terraces;
Read about the history of BRFC;
Read about the history of the Ewood Park;
Read the first Chapter plus other extracts from Michael Blackburn’s astonishing new book, “Agents, Rovers and Cricket Loving Owners”
Read information about former players – legends, fans favourites and lots more plus Videos and photo’s.

NB. The web site is still under construction and will be continuously updated.

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com/
And yet here you are on a Burnley story.

I guess you think that irony is something that posh people do with their clothes.
[quote][p][bold]BRFCThePe0plesChampi 0ns[/bold] wrote: For all you bunny boiling anally probed Blackburn obsessed Burnley weirdos that sniff around BRFC discussion forums like a lame dog with a limp: http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/ Visit the new and updated web site dedicated to all things BRFC and Ewood park: Read the myth busting history of attendance figures at Ewood Park and Turf Moor; Read how there are only 32 years out of 124 years when Burnley have averaged higher attendances than Blackburn Rovers. Read about the history of crowd trouble at Ewood Park and also how we explode the Burnley myths of dominance on and off the terraces; Read about the history of BRFC; Read about the history of the Ewood Park; Read the first Chapter plus other extracts from Michael Blackburn’s astonishing new book, “Agents, Rovers and Cricket Loving Owners” Read information about former players – legends, fans favourites and lots more plus Videos and photo’s. NB. The web site is still under construction and will be continuously updated. http://ewoodpark.jim do.com/[/p][/quote]And yet here you are on a Burnley story. I guess you think that irony is something that posh people do with their clothes. I_am_God
  • Score: -5

11:38am Thu 11 Jul 13

hasslem hasslem says...

Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
the key difference is the manager - the guy was brought in (only on loan) by appleton.

it should be up to bowyer who he wants in an who he wants out of the team - to me it seems blatantly obvious that he is at least 3rd choice in the pecking order for bowyer after murphy -who opted for the dirties and spearing where there is still work to be done. it is also clear to me that neither martinez rated him enough to give him game time in the prem and the one you call "judas" doesn't seem that bothered about keeping him for wigan's attempt to get back in the prem at the first opportunty - this is despite wigan losing key players as premier league clubs take their pickings from wigan's cup winning team leaving them light on playing resources.

it can't all be coincidence - bowyer, maritnez and coyle
[quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]the key difference is the manager - the guy was brought in (only on loan) by appleton. it should be up to bowyer who he wants in an who he wants out of the team - to me it seems blatantly obvious that he is at least 3rd choice in the pecking order for bowyer after murphy -who opted for the dirties and spearing where there is still work to be done. it is also clear to me that neither martinez rated him enough to give him game time in the prem and the one you call "judas" doesn't seem that bothered about keeping him for wigan's attempt to get back in the prem at the first opportunty - this is despite wigan losing key players as premier league clubs take their pickings from wigan's cup winning team leaving them light on playing resources. it can't all be coincidence - bowyer, maritnez and coyle hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 0

11:38am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Asus2
Is this a hungarian minor?
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Asus2 Is this a hungarian minor? AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

11:51am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle.
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle. AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

11:56am Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle.
Then for the pre chorus obviously C major and G leading into the chorus, but thats when I come unstuck, any ideas?
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle.[/p][/quote]Then for the pre chorus obviously C major and G leading into the chorus, but thats when I come unstuck, any ideas? AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

12:01pm Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke

ys
wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle.
Then for the pre chorus obviously C major and G leading into the chorus, but thats when I come unstuck, any ideas?
what about after the C and G playing the A minor then B and then starting the chorus with an E major bar at the seventh. Is it too predictable??
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Okay I've taken E major, then A minor then C major then B. Cause I'm kindofa happy girl with a bit of tension thrown in the middle.[/p][/quote]Then for the pre chorus obviously C major and G leading into the chorus, but thats when I come unstuck, any ideas?[/p][/quote]what about after the C and G playing the A minor then B and then starting the chorus with an E major bar at the seventh. Is it too predictable?? AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

12:15pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

''Charlie Austin will also return to the squad after being given the night off on Tuesday following the collapse of his anticipated move to Hull City''

'' Jones who is understood to have had a medical at Burnley last night.

L.E.T quotes .

Problem is who is doin BFC's medicals if £7m Crock Austion Powers got rejected for medical reasons,, have the doctors at Bunlaa got 7 fingers too, where are they putting the seven fingers i wonder
''Charlie Austin will also return to the squad after being given the night off on Tuesday following the collapse of his anticipated move to Hull City'' '' Jones who is understood to have had a medical at Burnley last night. L.E.T quotes . Problem is who is doin BFC's medicals if £7m Crock Austion Powers got rejected for medical reasons,, have the doctors at Bunlaa got 7 fingers too, where are they putting the seven fingers i wonder Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -4

12:16pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Dublin Claret says...

The only time I look up other clubs websites is if we're after one of their players. That gives a fans reflection on what they think of the player concerned. Most of you rated him, so that's good news for us. Thanks rovers, for your honest views.... and happy days for the mighty Clarets!
The only time I look up other clubs websites is if we're after one of their players. That gives a fans reflection on what they think of the player concerned. Most of you rated him, so that's good news for us. Thanks rovers, for your honest views.... and happy days for the mighty Clarets! Dublin Claret
  • Score: 5

12:17pm Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far,
E major for 1 bar
A minor for 1 Bar
C major for 1 bar
B major for 1 bar
played two times round then
C major for 1 bar
G major for 1 bar
played three times round then
A minor for 1 bar
B for 1 Bar then to the chorus
E barr at the seventh for 1 bar
the E major7 using the 7 as the root
yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar
Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A,
What do you think B or G sharp??
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far, E major for 1 bar A minor for 1 Bar C major for 1 bar B major for 1 bar played two times round then C major for 1 bar G major for 1 bar played three times round then A minor for 1 bar B for 1 Bar then to the chorus E barr at the seventh for 1 bar the E major7 using the 7 as the root yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A, What do you think B or G sharp?? AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -4

12:25pm Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far,
E major for 1 bar
A minor for 1 Bar
C major for 1 bar
B major for 1 bar
played two times round then
C major for 1 bar
G major for 1 bar
played three times round then
A minor for 1 bar
B for 1 Bar then to the chorus
E barr at the seventh for 1 bar
the E major7 using the 7 as the root
yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar
Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A,
What do you think B or G sharp??
Jeez yummy you are useless,
I've decided B the first time round and G the second time round obviously playing the chorus twice resolves the conflict.

I take it you're off spanking on yer plank trying to work it out. Too late I'm nearly done now just need a middle eight and its another one finished.
Marvelous ( american spelling I know )
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far, E major for 1 bar A minor for 1 Bar C major for 1 bar B major for 1 bar played two times round then C major for 1 bar G major for 1 bar played three times round then A minor for 1 bar B for 1 Bar then to the chorus E barr at the seventh for 1 bar the E major7 using the 7 as the root yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A, What do you think B or G sharp??[/p][/quote]Jeez yummy you are useless, I've decided B the first time round and G the second time round obviously playing the chorus twice resolves the conflict. I take it you're off spanking on yer plank trying to work it out. Too late I'm nearly done now just need a middle eight and its another one finished. Marvelous ( american spelling I know ) AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 1

12:26pm Thu 11 Jul 13

paolowhite says...

hes crap your welcome to him.. didn't rate him at all at back end of last season
hes crap your welcome to him.. didn't rate him at all at back end of last season paolowhite
  • Score: -3

12:30pm Thu 11 Jul 13

larky says...

Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-] larky
  • Score: -5

12:34pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
theres no need to get personal larky :) ,, they are lovely down at bunlaa , some beautiful scenic areas ,, and they are so nice people ,, infact anyone imigrating from afganistan or mars will always find it homely
[quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]theres no need to get personal larky :) ,, they are lovely down at bunlaa , some beautiful scenic areas ,, and they are so nice people ,, infact anyone imigrating from afganistan or mars will always find it homely Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -3

12:41pm Thu 11 Jul 13

rudis_dad says...

larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?
[quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it? rudis_dad
  • Score: 1

12:46pm Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Nah, you concentrate on signing players from the league BELOW Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]Nah, you concentrate on signing players from the league BELOW Burnley. I_am_God
  • Score: 2

12:47pm Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
I thought all the women looked like Nik the Greek from lock stock and all the men looked like Shane Mcgowan from the pogues
The big bang
[quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]I thought all the women looked like Nik the Greek from lock stock and all the men looked like Shane Mcgowan from the pogues The big bang AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: -1

12:49pm Thu 11 Jul 13

larky says...

rudis_dad wrote:
larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?
I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-?
[quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?[/p][/quote]I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-? larky
  • Score: -1

12:50pm Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

larky wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?
I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-?
Rudi's dad - you will need to speak Inbred if you have any hope of this Blackburn fan understanding you. Do you have an English to Inbred Google converter?
[quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?[/p][/quote]I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-?[/p][/quote]Rudi's dad - you will need to speak Inbred if you have any hope of this Blackburn fan understanding you. Do you have an English to Inbred Google converter? I_am_God
  • Score: 0

1:09pm Thu 11 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
larky wrote:
rudis_dad wrote:
larky wrote:
Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-]
Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?
I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-?
Rudi's dad - you will need to speak Inbred if you have any hope of this Blackburn fan understanding you. Do you have an English to Inbred Google converter?
Not funny enough, now if you'd have said, Tried typing your comment in google translate but it just says, as yet Mong is currently an unsupported language, just as the fake Aston Villa is an unsupported team. That would have been funnier
The Big Bang
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudis_dad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]larky[/bold] wrote: Funny how Burnley sign a lot of players that aren't good enough for Rovers, yet Blackburn never sign any Burnley players. I also find it funny when driving in Burnley at the amount of ugly looking blokes there are and that includes your women ;-][/p][/quote]Oh it was you that was driving your horse and trap up Colne Road looking for tuppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick was it?[/p][/quote]I don't know what a trap is, i certainly don't know what (uppenny-ha'penny toms to turn a trick) means. Is this english, i honestly can't tell what you're saying. Give us a clue. :-?[/p][/quote]Rudi's dad - you will need to speak Inbred if you have any hope of this Blackburn fan understanding you. Do you have an English to Inbred Google converter?[/p][/quote]Not funny enough, now if you'd have said, Tried typing your comment in google translate but it just says, as yet Mong is currently an unsupported language, just as the fake Aston Villa is an unsupported team. That would have been funnier The Big Bang AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

2:29pm Thu 11 Jul 13

batesempire says...

Jones did a fine job for us at Ewood and yet the lad didnt even get a chance to discuss a contract . If he signs for you then you will find he will be in with a shout of your player of th season.
Jones did a fine job for us at Ewood and yet the lad didnt even get a chance to discuss a contract . If he signs for you then you will find he will be in with a shout of your player of th season. batesempire
  • Score: 2

2:31pm Thu 11 Jul 13

MrBrightside87 says...

Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us. MrBrightside87
  • Score: 3

2:47pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB
[quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: 0

3:05pm Thu 11 Jul 13

kfc yummy says...

AlienProbedHillmonke
ys
wrote:
kfc yummy wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
A major.
Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far,
E major for 1 bar
A minor for 1 Bar
C major for 1 bar
B major for 1 bar
played two times round then
C major for 1 bar
G major for 1 bar
played three times round then
A minor for 1 bar
B for 1 Bar then to the chorus
E barr at the seventh for 1 bar
the E major7 using the 7 as the root
yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar
Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A,
What do you think B or G sharp??
First you play a G7 diminished followed by an augmented 9th then a perverted 32nd chord ending with a mangled 11th with a recovering 3rd. the 5th wave.
[quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]A major.[/p][/quote]Look yummy you aren't being much help here okay I have so far, E major for 1 bar A minor for 1 Bar C major for 1 bar B major for 1 bar played two times round then C major for 1 bar G major for 1 bar played three times round then A minor for 1 bar B for 1 Bar then to the chorus E barr at the seventh for 1 bar the E major7 using the 7 as the root yeah I know its not normal but hey thats the way I am, for 1 bar Then C sharp minor then either B on the "3 and beat" followed by the resolution to A or G sharp resolving to A, What do you think B or G sharp??[/p][/quote]First you play a G7 diminished followed by an augmented 9th then a perverted 32nd chord ending with a mangled 11th with a recovering 3rd. the 5th wave. kfc yummy
  • Score: -1

3:09pm Thu 11 Jul 13

leonm987 says...

Jones was good for us, most games. Cant be bothered to write a stupid post. He is one we have missed out on for whatever reason. Im going to blame shebby just because its shebby.
Jones was good for us, most games. Cant be bothered to write a stupid post. He is one we have missed out on for whatever reason. Im going to blame shebby just because its shebby. leonm987
  • Score: 2

3:28pm Thu 11 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB
Austin played 40 games last season - does that sound like someone who is prone to injury?

He missed a month in January due to a hamstring strain and then missed the last four matches of the season when he had his apendix removed.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB[/p][/quote]Austin played 40 games last season - does that sound like someone who is prone to injury? He missed a month in January due to a hamstring strain and then missed the last four matches of the season when he had his apendix removed. I_am_God
  • Score: 2

5:00pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

I_am_God wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB
Austin played 40 games last season - does that sound like someone who is prone to injury?

He missed a month in January due to a hamstring strain and then missed the last four matches of the season when he had his apendix removed.
Maybe , but playing at a higher level for Hull was to much of a risk fro Bruce to buy him. Its one thing playing 90mins for Burnley and another playing 90mins in the prem, -- diff game altogether God we,ve been there son
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB[/p][/quote]Austin played 40 games last season - does that sound like someone who is prone to injury? He missed a month in January due to a hamstring strain and then missed the last four matches of the season when he had his apendix removed.[/p][/quote]Maybe , but playing at a higher level for Hull was to much of a risk fro Bruce to buy him. Its one thing playing 90mins for Burnley and another playing 90mins in the prem, -- diff game altogether God we,ve been there son Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -2

5:01pm Thu 11 Jul 13

eddyo says...

MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
Since Bonleh live in an alternative reality.
*
I shall miss Jones' silky smooth passing and the way he effortlessly moved around the pitch. If only his work-rate was better.
[quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]Since Bonleh live in an alternative reality. * I shall miss Jones' silky smooth passing and the way he effortlessly moved around the pitch. If only his work-rate was better. eddyo
  • Score: -1

5:10pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Keen O to Get Kean Out says...

eddyo wrote:
MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
Since Bonleh live in an alternative reality.
*
I shall miss Jones' silky smooth passing and the way he effortlessly moved around the pitch. If only his work-rate was better.
ye sometimes taking a step backwards works for some players, regular games may work better for him too, Bunlaa will treat him as their new star signing
[quote][p][bold]eddyo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]Since Bonleh live in an alternative reality. * I shall miss Jones' silky smooth passing and the way he effortlessly moved around the pitch. If only his work-rate was better.[/p][/quote]ye sometimes taking a step backwards works for some players, regular games may work better for him too, Bunlaa will treat him as their new star signing Keen O to Get Kean Out
  • Score: -1

6:56pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
You will find Jones will give you 100% but is one footed and lacking in skill. He was better than what we had but Bowyer seems in no hurry to sign him up. Ask yourself why.
[quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]You will find Jones will give you 100% but is one footed and lacking in skill. He was better than what we had but Bowyer seems in no hurry to sign him up. Ask yourself why. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 1

7:18pm Thu 11 Jul 13

SuperBlues says...

Dublin Claret wrote:
Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.
Being better than murphy wasnt hard was it, i dont think he would of got much game time at rovers this season so must of choose the dingles for 90 week in week out
[quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: Reading rovers comments on Jones last season, most of you were saying how good and committed he was, compared to the likes of murphy and pedersen and sign him up asap. That'll do for me. Well done Sean, looks like it could be a shrewd piece of business.[/p][/quote]Being better than murphy wasnt hard was it, i dont think he would of got much game time at rovers this season so must of choose the dingles for 90 week in week out SuperBlues
  • Score: 0

7:44pm Thu 11 Jul 13

oggy 56 says...

jones is a good player we had him. and know all about the way he plays but can you afford his wages. now all your old players .left because they had to take a big drop
jones is a good player we had him. and know all about the way he plays but can you afford his wages. now all your old players .left because they had to take a big drop oggy 56
  • Score: -1

8:13pm Thu 11 Jul 13

kfc yummy says...

Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB
Your a prawn should be prone shad thicko.
[quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB[/p][/quote]Your a prawn should be prone shad thicko. kfc yummy
  • Score: 1

8:46pm Thu 11 Jul 13

the rovers LXXV says...

kfc yummy wrote:
Keen O to Get Kean Out wrote:
MrBrightside87 wrote:
Aside from all the name calling....

Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent.

All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing

Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid)

A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up.

As for rovers, play off place for us.
yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB
Your a prawn should be prone shad thicko.
And your a should be you are or you're a..... dingle thicko
[quote][p][bold]kfc yummy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Keen O to Get Kean Out[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrBrightside87[/bold] wrote: Aside from all the name calling.... Jones is a very good championship player, solid hard working and good on the ball, great tackler too. Once the season ended I thought it was important to sign him up permanently. But I think bowyer has gone for spearing who was instrumental in boltons great second half of the season. The reason we haven't signed jones is because we have signed marrow and are going to complete the deal for spearing. I do remember jones saying in an interview that he had fallen in love with rovers and would love to sign permanent. All in all rovers will get a very good player (better than jones) in spearing Burnley will be getting a very good player (not quite as good as spearing but very solid) A few days ago I thought burnley was certainly going down, if they get jones and keep Austin I think they might well stay up. As for rovers, play off place for us.[/p][/quote]yes i agree, going down they were , jokin apart its really wether BFC can keep hold of Austin in a fit state , he, s prawn to injury to much, unike Rhodes.Their season hinges on Austin now they have had to keep him (no Choice) , all in all i think we will go up definately and BFC will just escape , im oooking forward to a good 'promortion' season under GB[/p][/quote]Your a prawn should be prone shad thicko.[/p][/quote]And your a should be you are or you're a..... dingle thicko the rovers LXXV
  • Score: 0

10:07pm Thu 11 Jul 13

BlueSkies says...

Jones actually played well for Rovers. Initially, he was quite powerful and certainly added to our miserable midfield, but as games went by his impact lessened, which may have been a result of our position and the role he had to play. Became increasingly and annoyingly more left footed (players have 2 feet don't they?)
Decent acquisation? Yes
World beater? Forget it.
Yes, I'd take him as an interim, re-building but not a lot more.

Hope that helps xx
Jones actually played well for Rovers. Initially, he was quite powerful and certainly added to our miserable midfield, but as games went by his impact lessened, which may have been a result of our position and the role he had to play. Became increasingly and annoyingly more left footed (players have 2 feet don't they?) Decent acquisation? Yes World beater? Forget it. Yes, I'd take him as an interim, re-building but not a lot more. Hope that helps xx BlueSkies
  • Score: 1

12:48am Fri 12 Jul 13

claret55 says...

It's not Sean Dyche we have to worry about at the Turf because he has proved at Watford that given a small budget he can work wonders. Which is music to the boards ears . It is the no -risk taking board who could not organise a p--- up in a brewery. What's betting gate for opening fixture against The Trotters is down on same opening fixture last season?
It's not Sean Dyche we have to worry about at the Turf because he has proved at Watford that given a small budget he can work wonders. Which is music to the boards ears . It is the no -risk taking board who could not organise a p--- up in a brewery. What's betting gate for opening fixture against The Trotters is down on same opening fixture last season? claret55
  • Score: 2

12:48am Fri 12 Jul 13

claret55 says...

It's not Sean Dyche we have to worry about at the Turf because he has proved at Watford that given a small budget he can work wonders. Which is music to the boards ears . It is the no -risk taking board who could not organise a p--- up in a brewery. What's betting gate for opening fixture against The Trotters is down on same opening fixture last season?
It's not Sean Dyche we have to worry about at the Turf because he has proved at Watford that given a small budget he can work wonders. Which is music to the boards ears . It is the no -risk taking board who could not organise a p--- up in a brewery. What's betting gate for opening fixture against The Trotters is down on same opening fixture last season? claret55
  • Score: 1

9:39am Fri 12 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Jones has flown out to Cork yesterday with the rest of the Burnley squad so it looks like it's a done deal.

Well done Sean Dyche, more than happy with this.

UTC
Jones has flown out to Cork yesterday with the rest of the Burnley squad so it looks like it's a done deal. Well done Sean Dyche, more than happy with this. UTC I_am_God
  • Score: 1

9:58am Fri 12 Jul 13

lookupblackburn.... says...

Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf. lookupblackburn....
  • Score: 0

10:08am Fri 12 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:09am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
Well well well, looks like Jones is waiting on a phone call from Rovers, hence not signing yet, going to Ireland a free agent, constantly checking his phone and if they don't ring, he has no option but dumpsville, feel sorry for the lad
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]Well well well, looks like Jones is waiting on a phone call from Rovers, hence not signing yet, going to Ireland a free agent, constantly checking his phone and if they don't ring, he has no option but dumpsville, feel sorry for the lad AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:11am Fri 12 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable I_am_God
  • Score: 0

10:11am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
The shear desperation of you hoping to sign a player the club hasn't contacted and Jones kepping his agent on speed dial ready to jump on the next available ferry if Rovers come a calling.
The big bang
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]The shear desperation of you hoping to sign a player the club hasn't contacted and Jones kepping his agent on speed dial ready to jump on the next available ferry if Rovers come a calling. The big bang AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:14am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
He hasn't signed yet numb nuts, he's waiting for anyone else who's interested to get him outta there.
I laugh my arse off if he goes somewhere else.
The big bang
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable[/p][/quote]He hasn't signed yet numb nuts, he's waiting for anyone else who's interested to get him outta there. I laugh my arse off if he goes somewhere else. The big bang AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:14am Fri 12 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

I_am_God wrote:
Jones has flown out to Cork yesterday with the rest of the Burnley squad so it looks like it's a done deal.

Well done Sean Dyche, more than happy with this.

UTC
Wait till you've seen him play a few times,
.
Blinding.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: Jones has flown out to Cork yesterday with the rest of the Burnley squad so it looks like it's a done deal. Well done Sean Dyche, more than happy with this. UTC[/p][/quote]Wait till you've seen him play a few times, . Blinding. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:16am Fri 12 Jul 13

lookupblackburn.... says...

Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now.

What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.
Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now. What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny. lookupblackburn....
  • Score: 0

10:16am Fri 12 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Do you mean that same arse that you promised to show if he signs for Burnley?

Your arrogance makes you weak my young padawan.
Do you mean that same arse that you promised to show if he signs for Burnley? Your arrogance makes you weak my young padawan. I_am_God
  • Score: 0

10:16am Fri 12 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all.
.
Blinding
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable[/p][/quote]No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all. . Blinding Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:18am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now.

What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.
He hasn't signed yet thicko, read todays paper, he's waiting for anyone else to register an interest and that includes us you thick dingle maggot.
The big bang
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now. What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.[/p][/quote]He hasn't signed yet thicko, read todays paper, he's waiting for anyone else to register an interest and that includes us you thick dingle maggot. The big bang AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:18am Fri 12 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now.

What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.
You can't compete with Rovers. If Bowyer wanted him, he'd have him.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now. What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.[/p][/quote]You can't compete with Rovers. If Bowyer wanted him, he'd have him. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:26am Fri 12 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all.
.
Blinding
Yes I agree, Jones has set his sights higher than a relegation battle with Blackburn - hence why he is signing for us.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable[/p][/quote]No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all. . Blinding[/p][/quote]Yes I agree, Jones has set his sights higher than a relegation battle with Blackburn - hence why he is signing for us. I_am_God
  • Score: 0

10:34am Fri 12 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all.
.
Blinding
Yes I agree, Jones has set his sights higher than a relegation battle with Blackburn - hence why he is signing for us.
I'll remind you in a couple of months what you said about Jones.

Remember, we've seen him play.
.
Repent at leisure.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable[/p][/quote]No we don't want Bowyer to sign him. He just has his sights set higher. That's all. . Blinding[/p][/quote]Yes I agree, Jones has set his sights higher than a relegation battle with Blackburn - hence why he is signing for us.[/p][/quote]I'll remind you in a couple of months what you said about Jones. Remember, we've seen him play. . Repent at leisure. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:36am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
AlienProbedHillmonke

ys
wrote:
I_am_God wrote:
Do you mean that same arse that you promised to show if he signs for Burnley?

Your arrogance makes you weak my young padawan.
Has he signed yet??? No, also this is the same player who you said was cr@p last year when we had him.I know what your id used to be. Now look at you drooling at the prospect of signing someone we let go, Just like when we let Treacy go and you lot were cracking one off. I'd feel pretty underwhelmd if we signed anyone from your gaff.
Might take a punt on a clapped out Austin for about £200.000.
And I have asked you to prove where I said he was cr@p? And you can't, because I didn't.

So why don't you run along, the Shadsworth shop must be open now, those two litres of super-strong cider won't drink them selves now will they?
Yes you did you have run out of mugs you cod.
Now you just look stupid, nothing new there then
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlienProbedHillmonke ys[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: Do you mean that same arse that you promised to show if he signs for Burnley? Your arrogance makes you weak my young padawan.[/p][/quote]Has he signed yet??? No, also this is the same player who you said was cr@p last year when we had him.I know what your id used to be. Now look at you drooling at the prospect of signing someone we let go, Just like when we let Treacy go and you lot were cracking one off. I'd feel pretty underwhelmd if we signed anyone from your gaff. Might take a punt on a clapped out Austin for about £200.000.[/p][/quote]And I have asked you to prove where I said he was cr@p? And you can't, because I didn't. So why don't you run along, the Shadsworth shop must be open now, those two litres of super-strong cider won't drink them selves now will they?[/p][/quote]Yes you did you have run out of mugs you cod. Now you just look stupid, nothing new there then AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

10:40am Fri 12 Jul 13

I_am_God says...

Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG?
Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG? I_am_God
  • Score: -1

10:45am Fri 12 Jul 13

AlienProbedHillmonkeys says...

I_am_God wrote:
Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG?
Elephant ear Flapper tickler, I feel all dirty now.
He hasn't signed yet y'know and I can feel you desperation for him to do so from here.
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG?[/p][/quote]Elephant ear Flapper tickler, I feel all dirty now. He hasn't signed yet y'know and I can feel you desperation for him to do so from here. AlienProbedHillmonkeys
  • Score: 0

2:42pm Fri 12 Jul 13

the rovers LXXV says...

I_am_God wrote:
Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG?
The irony is what posh people do with their clothes gag gave your real identity away Gammon. Maybe you need some new material eh?
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: Oh dear - I hate to disappoint you but that isn't me - I'll give you a clue...Don't get yourself into a flap and I am sure you can work it out - eh KDG?[/p][/quote]The irony is what posh people do with their clothes gag gave your real identity away Gammon. Maybe you need some new material eh? the rovers LXXV
  • Score: 3

2:47pm Fri 12 Jul 13

the rovers LXXV says...

I_am_God wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple.
.
BTW, don't get too excited with Jones.
.

"A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill.
.
About your level.
.

Repent at leisure.
Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish?

Pathetically predictable
Jones actually looks a like a dingle. A shaven headed wing nut who looks about as intelligent as a bin. He'll fit in well down your asbestos riddled filth hole. Wonder if he realises you'll all boo him for representing the club you all stalk?
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]He might sign for you lot because he wasn't made an offer at Blackburn. Bowyer doesn't rate him, simple. . BTW, don't get too excited with Jones. . "A decent combative mid feilder" which he is, and a hard tackler, but he also has two left feet and not much skill. . About your level. . Repent at leisure.[/p][/quote]Aww deary me all you precious Roverrrs fans, when Dave Jones plays at your club you all love him and want Bowyer to sign him, as soon as he rejects The Chicken Shack and signs for Burnley - he is rubbish? Pathetically predictable[/p][/quote]Jones actually looks a like a dingle. A shaven headed wing nut who looks about as intelligent as a bin. He'll fit in well down your asbestos riddled filth hole. Wonder if he realises you'll all boo him for representing the club you all stalk? the rovers LXXV
  • Score: 3

2:56pm Fri 12 Jul 13

the rovers LXXV says...

lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season.

Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.
Keep it coming f^nny tickler. You appear to be digging the biggest hole of the lot with your bunny boiling comedy on here. Jones is a poor mans Kevin Ball - and he was average at best.
[quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how times have changed. The mighty Clarets could be about to take one of Blackburn's best players, a player they were interested in signing and who many declared to be their star performer towards the back end of last season. Ignore the simpletons on here trying to play it down, they are the same ones who were gently flogging themselves over his performances last season. Could be an excellent signing if it comes off, a decent combative midfielder. And a good move for him too, a step up to a well-run, proper football club, a club that's on the up. Who knows maybe even Charlie will stick around? Things starting to take shape at the Turf.[/p][/quote]Keep it coming f^nny tickler. You appear to be digging the biggest hole of the lot with your bunny boiling comedy on here. Jones is a poor mans Kevin Ball - and he was average at best. the rovers LXXV
  • Score: 3

5:29pm Fri 12 Jul 13

Burnley59/60 says...

I_am_God wrote:
razwoods78 wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them
And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.
Well said
[quote][p][bold]I_am_God[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: Rivalry aside, Jones is a good solid player and whereever he ends up will do a great job. I for one hope we do not lose him to Burnley and will not pretend otherwise purley because of my hatred towards them[/p][/quote]And at last a sensible comment from a Rovers fan rather than all the fantasy that has been made up by Monkeyboy and his harem.[/p][/quote]Well said Burnley59/60
  • Score: 0

10:04pm Sat 13 Jul 13

Harwoodstblue says...

"Well said" ??
.
Great post !!!!
"Well said" ?? . Great post !!!! Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 0

10:01am Mon 15 Jul 13

claret777 says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
lookupblackburn.... wrote:
Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now.

What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.
You can't compete with Rovers. If Bowyer wanted him, he'd have him.
Just like if he wants Jay Spearing he would get him ? Ever thought player's don't want to play for your cirus run club ?
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lookupblackburn....[/bold] wrote: Typical clampits, changing their story now their best performer might opt for a move to Burnley. I bet he couldn't wait to get the putrid stench of Blackburn out of his clothes and move to a clean, well-run, proper football club. And all those who thought Burnley couldn't compete with Rovers, bet you feel a bit silly now. What odds for Jones to score the winner on September 14th. Wouldn't that be funny.[/p][/quote]You can't compete with Rovers. If Bowyer wanted him, he'd have him.[/p][/quote]Just like if he wants Jay Spearing he would get him ? Ever thought player's don't want to play for your cirus run club ? claret777
  • Score: 0

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