Foxes trip won’t define our season says Clarets boss Dyche

Lancashire Telegraph: Foxes trip won’t define our season says Clarets boss Dyche Foxes trip won’t define our season says Clarets boss Dyche

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche has attempted to play down the significance of Saturday’s top of the table clash at Leicester City – insisting that it is ‘just another game’.

The Clarets make the trip to the King Power Stadium having deposed Leicester at the top of the Championship with a 1-0 win over Barnsley at the weekend.

The match takes place at 12.15pm in front of the Sky Sports cameras but Dyche insists the game is not the be all and end all of the Clarets’ promotion hopes.

“They are all big games,” he said.

“People might look at it as a six-pointer, I just look at it as another big game.

“These games are important anyway in any season, whether it’s Burnley going to the so-called big clubs with the stadiums and the fanbase or clubs coming to us.

“I think every game’s a big game for different reasons. They’re all important, they all have a different meaning but the purpose is the same and that’s to get the win and another three points.

“Points are points. I’m happy wherever they come from.”

Leicester – managed by Nigel Pearson – have lost their last two games at Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton, dropping down to third below QPR at the weekend.

“Leicester have had those two awkward results,” Dyche said.

“We know that can happen and we know how tough the Championship is. Nigel (Pearson) does as well of course.

“I’ve been happy with our consistency, the performances have been good.

“You can’t guarantee every game’s a win, although we’ve made a good fist of it so far that’s for sure with only two losses.

“The performances are the key indicators.

“On the whole, other than probably the first 25 minutes at Millwall and the first half at Huddersfield – even on Saturday against Barnsley we huffed and puffed a bit but we never looked in trouble.

“Mostly I’ve been happy with the performances.”

Celtic are now being linked with an interest in Clarets striker Danny Ings, who is also reported to have been monitored by Liverpool.

Charlie Austin was tracked by Celtic during his Burnley days, and the SPL club may look to bolster their strike force in January after selling Gary Hooper to Norwich in August.

Leicester have become the latest club to be linked with a move for out of contract forward Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, who is training with Wolves after being released by the Molineux men but is not under contract, after reports previously suggested Burnley could be interested.

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9:49am Thu 12 Dec 13

McClaret says...

Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!! McClaret

10:29am Thu 12 Dec 13

Dublin Claret says...

Well said McClaret, lets not get too carried away.
Fantastic so far, but along way to go between now and the end of May.
But you're right, it doesn't stop us hoping!
Well said McClaret, lets not get too carried away. Fantastic so far, but along way to go between now and the end of May. But you're right, it doesn't stop us hoping! Dublin Claret

10:44am Thu 12 Dec 13

Martinsolsentookadive says...

And Heeeereee we go down the league
And Heeeereee we go down the league Martinsolsentookadive

10:56am Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

Martinsolsentookadiv
e
wrote:
And Heeeereee we go down the league
When you are TOP OF THE LEAGUE, the only way is down, but as Smackrat Rovers will never find out because you are far too rubbish to ever get to the top of the league, I guess you will never know what it feels like.

Blackburn - a rancid festering wound in football that needs lancing into administration.
[quote][p][bold]Martinsolsentookadiv e[/bold] wrote: And Heeeereee we go down the league[/p][/quote]When you are TOP OF THE LEAGUE, the only way is down, but as Smackrat Rovers will never find out because you are far too rubbish to ever get to the top of the league, I guess you will never know what it feels like. Blackburn - a rancid festering wound in football that needs lancing into administration. Champagne plus charlie

11:10am Thu 12 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
Leicester are a good side but the good thing is, historically, we have a good record against them (I believe, if memory serves, that we were the first team to win at their new current home). So don't get too despondent my friend. I too will be happy with a point, more because of the presence of cameras, that is not usually a good thing for us.
I think what you are suffering is the same as most Clarets fans, it's called disbelief. I don't think even the most partisan Burnley fan would have expected what's happened but, hey, let's live the dream while we can. If we are still in the top 3 in January then I will truly believe we can go all the way.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]Leicester are a good side but the good thing is, historically, we have a good record against them (I believe, if memory serves, that we were the first team to win at their new current home). So don't get too despondent my friend. I too will be happy with a point, more because of the presence of cameras, that is not usually a good thing for us. I think what you are suffering is the same as most Clarets fans, it's called disbelief. I don't think even the most partisan Burnley fan would have expected what's happened but, hey, let's live the dream while we can. If we are still in the top 3 in January then I will truly believe we can go all the way. houseclaret

11:17am Thu 12 Dec 13

madari says...

Martinsolsentookadiv
e
wrote:
And Heeeereee we go down the league
Madari the snake charmer says:

`And Heeeree Wood we go down the league`.....with the Venky`s
[quote][p][bold]Martinsolsentookadiv e[/bold] wrote: And Heeeereee we go down the league[/p][/quote]Madari the snake charmer says: `And Heeeree Wood we go down the league`.....with the Venky`s madari

11:20am Thu 12 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

By the way, I've noticed a few posts on Burmley articles recently from one or two Rovers "fans" that I have never seen before but the posts do look remarkably familiar. Is the fake one branching out, it is the kind of drivel that we have come to expect, you know, nothing to do with the article, insulting and largely unintelligent. Watch this space and, as usual, ignore.
By the way, I've noticed a few posts on Burmley articles recently from one or two Rovers "fans" that I have never seen before but the posts do look remarkably familiar. Is the fake one branching out, it is the kind of drivel that we have come to expect, you know, nothing to do with the article, insulting and largely unintelligent. Watch this space and, as usual, ignore. houseclaret

11:21am Thu 12 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

Look how fed up Ings looks in the photo. Well he could be earning some proper money at a bigger club, like Bournemouth.....
Look how fed up Ings looks in the photo. Well he could be earning some proper money at a bigger club, like Bournemouth..... Harwoodstblue

11:24am Thu 12 Dec 13

Harwoodstblue says...

McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche. Harwoodstblue

11:36am Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Look how fed up Ings looks in the photo. Well he could be earning some proper money at a bigger club, like Bournemouth.....
Yeah, it must really **** Danny Ings off playing for the best club in the league.

Whereas Jordan Rhodes has already instructed his agent to find him a 'proper club' during January as he (quite rightly) considers himself a better player than a lower-mid table side like Rovers, apparently he is sick of carrying the entire team throughout the season.

DOOMED
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: Look how fed up Ings looks in the photo. Well he could be earning some proper money at a bigger club, like Bournemouth.....[/p][/quote]Yeah, it must really **** Danny Ings off playing for the best club in the league. Whereas Jordan Rhodes has already instructed his agent to find him a 'proper club' during January as he (quite rightly) considers himself a better player than a lower-mid table side like Rovers, apparently he is sick of carrying the entire team throughout the season. DOOMED Champagne plus charlie

11:42am Thu 12 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.
Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.[/p][/quote]Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more. houseclaret

11:54am Thu 12 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world.

Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer
We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down
You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top
Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay
Loverly
Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc
Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world. Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay Loverly Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:06pm Thu 12 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

houseclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.
Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more.
Blame it on the sunshine,
Blame it on the moonlight,
Good times
Blame it on a booger
then its the refs fault
I never took Sean Dyche to be a spineless chinless wonder, but out comes the, it wasn't us it was him excuses.
Take it on the chin you capatin caveman soundalike
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.[/p][/quote]Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more.[/p][/quote]Blame it on the sunshine, Blame it on the moonlight, Good times Blame it on a booger then its the refs fault I never took Sean Dyche to be a spineless chinless wonder, but out comes the, it wasn't us it was him excuses. Take it on the chin you capatin caveman soundalike FakeVilla_MTCabinet

12:44pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world.

Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer
We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down
You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top
Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay
Loverly
Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc
OK, so if we win or draw this game then you will finally admit that we are automatic promotion contenders, unlike your set of cheating, arse-fingering, mercenaries with their £50 million wages who haven't been in the top half of the table for a month.

What a footballing embarrassment Rovers are:

Cheating players
Leon Best and his outbursts
£56 million in debt
Clueless manager (Again)
Six managers in one season
Below Burnley
Still below Burnley
Hendry swindling old people
Goalkeeping coach fingering youth players
Snowballing your owners
etc etc etc

Quite simply you are a car crash of a football club I am cannot wait until you implode and enter liquidation - I will laugh so hard a bit of wee will come out.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world. Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay Loverly Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc[/p][/quote]OK, so if we win or draw this game then you will finally admit that we are automatic promotion contenders, unlike your set of cheating, arse-fingering, mercenaries with their £50 million wages who haven't been in the top half of the table for a month. What a footballing embarrassment Rovers are: Cheating players Leon Best and his outbursts £56 million in debt Clueless manager (Again) Six managers in one season Below Burnley Still below Burnley Hendry swindling old people Goalkeeping coach fingering youth players Snowballing your owners etc etc etc Quite simply you are a car crash of a football club I am cannot wait until you implode and enter liquidation - I will laugh so hard a bit of wee will come out. Champagne plus charlie

12:55pm Thu 12 Dec 13

tall in the saddle says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.
More sense than you then..But that wouldn't be difficult
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.[/p][/quote]More sense than you then..But that wouldn't be difficult tall in the saddle

12:57pm Thu 12 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world.

Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer
We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down
You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top
Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay
Loverly
Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc
Still jabbering on about this slide aren't you p!ssypants?

The last time you got this excited about Burnley sliding down the league we beat Doncaster and ended up at the top... and then you got all excited again after our poor run, and guess what, we beat Barnsley and we're top AGAIN!

It must really hurt to be in our shadow, I can sense the pain and anguish you're fighting to disguise, you are simply oozing jealousy...

How does a Claret Christmas number 1 sound? Imagine waking up to that on Christmas morning. What a treat that's going to be as you tuck into your festive Pot Noodle with your inflatable dinner guests. You rancid, festering polyp on the anus of humanity.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world. Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay Loverly Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc[/p][/quote]Still jabbering on about this slide aren't you p!ssypants? The last time you got this excited about Burnley sliding down the league we beat Doncaster and ended up at the top... and then you got all excited again after our poor run, and guess what, we beat Barnsley and we're top AGAIN! It must really hurt to be in our shadow, I can sense the pain and anguish you're fighting to disguise, you are simply oozing jealousy... How does a Claret Christmas number 1 sound? Imagine waking up to that on Christmas morning. What a treat that's going to be as you tuck into your festive Pot Noodle with your inflatable dinner guests. You rancid, festering polyp on the anus of humanity. we.love.u.venkys

1:08pm Thu 12 Dec 13

bigste says...

Sounds like Dyche is making his excuses before the event and expects a thumping.
Sounds like Dyche is making his excuses before the event and expects a thumping. bigste

1:45pm Thu 12 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Win, lose or draw, were still a well run club unlike the rejects down the road.
If all you can do is criticise the size of Turf moors gates, then I'm happy, especially as the gates down the road are only marginally better.
Long may your debts mount, hopefully to the point that there's no way back.
After all only takes the finance company or the indian bank to terminate their loans and your history. The sooner the better.
Your clubs in crisis, and your jealous.

Oh but your hoping for some other mug to mount a take over, cause you cretins could only raise 50p for the trusts attempt.
Win, lose or draw, were still a well run club unlike the rejects down the road. If all you can do is criticise the size of Turf moors gates, then I'm happy, especially as the gates down the road are only marginally better. Long may your debts mount, hopefully to the point that there's no way back. After all only takes the finance company or the indian bank to terminate their loans and your history. The sooner the better. Your clubs in crisis, and your jealous. Oh but your hoping for some other mug to mount a take over, cause you cretins could only raise 50p for the trusts attempt. u owe u owe

1:50pm Thu 12 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world.

Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer
We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down
You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top
Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay
Loverly
Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc
Loser
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world. Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay Loverly Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc[/p][/quote]Loser RobH2O

1:51pm Thu 12 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
McClaret wrote:
Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!!
A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.
Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more.
Blame it on the sunshine,
Blame it on the moonlight,
Good times
Blame it on a booger
then its the refs fault
I never took Sean Dyche to be a spineless chinless wonder, but out comes the, it wasn't us it was him excuses.
Take it on the chin you capatin caveman soundalike
Loser squared
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: Top of the table clash coming up to the seasons half way point, I didn't expect this. Still have no expectations from this season, have hopes though. Likewise for Saturdays game, any positive result is a bonus. when the season started I would not expect us to go to Leicester and make claims to a result, as i still don't. If we get one what a bonus!![/p][/quote]A sensible Claret at last. Stop making the excuses already Dyche.[/p][/quote]Hi Harwood. Sean doesn't make excuses, he just talks sense. He is very real. If he criticises refs, for instance, it is because there is a reason for doing so, just like if we play badly he says so, unlike a certain other manager (I use the term loosely) who always seems to "take the positives" from getting hammered. I think what he is saying is simply, "What will be will be". It is a tough game but then so was Forest, so was QPR, so was Reading, so was Leeds. Need I go on? I can't even begin to predict Saturday's result but what I do know is that our manager will have them prepared and the players will, as usual, put in 100% effort. We can't ask for more.[/p][/quote]Blame it on the sunshine, Blame it on the moonlight, Good times Blame it on a booger then its the refs fault I never took Sean Dyche to be a spineless chinless wonder, but out comes the, it wasn't us it was him excuses. Take it on the chin you capatin caveman soundalike[/p][/quote]Loser squared RobH2O

1:53pm Thu 12 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won.
We were going to lose to Reading: we won.
It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won.
We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won.
We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five.
When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first?
The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.
Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won. We were going to lose to Reading: we won. It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won. We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won. We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five. When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first? The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense. houseclaret

6:13pm Thu 12 Dec 13

McClaret says...

houseclaret wrote:
Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won.
We were going to lose to Reading: we won.
It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won.
We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won.
We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five.
When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first?
The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.
Completely with you houseclaret. The moneybags in with a sniff will no doubt look to strengthen their claims, how nice it would be to give them all a bloody nose.
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won. We were going to lose to Reading: we won. It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won. We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won. We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five. When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first? The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.[/p][/quote]Completely with you houseclaret. The moneybags in with a sniff will no doubt look to strengthen their claims, how nice it would be to give them all a bloody nose. McClaret

7:08pm Thu 12 Dec 13

goldfinger59 says...

Foxes trip won’t define our season says Clarets boss Dyche :)
Foxes trip won’t define our season says Clarets boss Dyche :) goldfinger59

9:38pm Thu 12 Dec 13

claret813 says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world.

Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer
We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down
You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top
Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay
Loverly
Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc
You need to look at the table, you moron. If we do lose to Leicester, we will still be in the top three!!!!!! When will you learn that there are no easy games in this League.
Get a life
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Away travel will be taking 20,000 Burnley fans all disguised as plastic seats just like at the last home game, its the christmas fancy dress rideout for the best supported club in the world. Back to the article, this game WILL define Burnleys season as Leicester will dump you out of the top three and start off a helter skelter spiral through the division for you, of titanic proportions. After scraping a win against cannon fodder Barnsley managed to paper over the cracks of your massive 5 point gap, oh, oh dear, you seem to have dropped it somewhere on your way back from the needle exchange, you are now going to get a proper tubbing like mamma done give yer We will wave to you as you pass us on the way down You might be as well doing a paddy power cashout now while you are top Ings to go in Jan, nailed on, next mass filling of underpants during the first half by these toothless pot noodle drinkers, its all about the inplay Loverly Get yer excuses ready Mr Douche, it was the ref that done it etc etc[/p][/quote]You need to look at the table, you moron. If we do lose to Leicester, we will still be in the top three!!!!!! When will you learn that there are no easy games in this League. Get a life claret813

11:26pm Thu 12 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

houseclaret wrote:
Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won.
We were going to lose to Reading: we won.
It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won.
We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won.
We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five.
When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first?
The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.
Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up.
Prepare for a tubthumping
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won. We were going to lose to Reading: we won. It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won. We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won. We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five. When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first? The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.[/p][/quote]Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up. Prepare for a tubthumping FakeVilla_MTCabinet

9:25am Fri 13 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won.
We were going to lose to Reading: we won.
It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won.
We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won.
We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five.
When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first?
The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.
Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up.
Prepare for a tubthumping
Yeah and that was last weekend against your set of long ball rubbish.

The difference between us is that we are happily punching above our weight at the top of the league, whereas you are getting knocked out every week by flyweight clubs.

Poor old Blackburn - how they just hate being in Burnley's shadow.
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won. We were going to lose to Reading: we won. It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won. We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won. We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five. When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first? The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.[/p][/quote]Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up. Prepare for a tubthumping[/p][/quote]Yeah and that was last weekend against your set of long ball rubbish. The difference between us is that we are happily punching above our weight at the top of the league, whereas you are getting knocked out every week by flyweight clubs. Poor old Blackburn - how they just hate being in Burnley's shadow. Champagne plus charlie

9:33am Fri 13 Dec 13

houseclaret says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won.
We were going to lose to Reading: we won.
It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won.
We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won.
We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five.
When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first?
The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.
Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up.
Prepare for a tubthumping
You're absolutely right, oh fake one, and Rovers managed a point that day.
(Always said I'd never reply to any of your posts but you kinda left yourself wide open for that one).
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: Everyone expected us to lose to QPR: we won. We were going to lose to Reading: we won. It was going to be all over at Leeds: we won. We hadn't won at Ipswich in about 40 years: we won. We've apparently had a bad patch: we only lost one in five. When are the jealous ones going to eventually admit that we might just have a very good side who are there on merit. Nobody can second guess about injuries and so on with regard to our small squad but, if we can keep relatively injury free, why should the second half of the season be any different to the first? The fact is we have been excellent so far. Only time will tell what is to come but assuming the SAME TEAM will suddenly start failing is a nonsense.[/p][/quote]Qpr are allowed one game where they don't turn up. Prepare for a tubthumping[/p][/quote]You're absolutely right, oh fake one, and Rovers managed a point that day. (Always said I'd never reply to any of your posts but you kinda left yourself wide open for that one). houseclaret

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