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11:06am Thu 16 Jan 14

McClaret says...

Was looking forward to a full house for this one as well. Can't see that happening now.
Was looking forward to a full house for this one as well. Can't see that happening now. McClaret
  • Score: 14

11:23am Thu 16 Jan 14

Dublin Claret says...

l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches."
Why cant we do the same!?
l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches." Why cant we do the same!? Dublin Claret
  • Score: 11

11:30am Thu 16 Jan 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

I'll still be going down the game :)
I'll still be going down the game :) ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 14

11:44am Thu 16 Jan 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

More interested in the game on Saturday than the Derby and the striking options GB will go for at Notts. Nothing else but two up front will do for me. He has to go for it like he did at Leeds Otherwise he is not going to get us anywhere this season.
More interested in the game on Saturday than the Derby and the striking options GB will go for at Notts. Nothing else but two up front will do for me. He has to go for it like he did at Leeds Otherwise he is not going to get us anywhere this season. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 4

12:50pm Thu 16 Jan 14

owd nick says...

I will be there as usual.
I will be there as usual. owd nick
  • Score: 4

12:58pm Thu 16 Jan 14

BlueSkies says...

Dublin Claret wrote:
l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches."
Why cant we do the same!?
After the incidents at The Station in Cherry Tree, couple of years back, I don't think the Police will easily relax the restrictions on the games. That and all the stuff they monitor on social networks....
[quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches." Why cant we do the same!?[/p][/quote]After the incidents at The Station in Cherry Tree, couple of years back, I don't think the Police will easily relax the restrictions on the games. That and all the stuff they monitor on social networks.... BlueSkies
  • Score: 10

1:38pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

CBA quote again
ILUVUMADAME knocking himself one out again I see with the already used jokes about man nappies (he waers one so he does not have to leave his computer at any time, in case he misses any Rovers news
Still, with it being on telly he will at last be able to watch a match
CBA quote again ILUVUMADAME knocking himself one out again I see with the already used jokes about man nappies (he waers one so he does not have to leave his computer at any time, in case he misses any Rovers news Still, with it being on telly he will at last be able to watch a match Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

1:50pm Thu 16 Jan 14

LittleRonnieHildersley says...

wouldn't miss this game especially after Dyche stated that Burnley will win this game after they scabbed another draw against us in the last game.....

does anyone bother to actually read the posts from the tedious troll weloveyou?
wouldn't miss this game especially after Dyche stated that Burnley will win this game after they scabbed another draw against us in the last game..... does anyone bother to actually read the posts from the tedious troll weloveyou? LittleRonnieHildersley
  • Score: 0

1:59pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.
Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

2:23pm Thu 16 Jan 14

mammamiauk says...

ChrisDeBerg wrote:
I'll still be going down the game :)
Absolutely! There is nothing like being there and savouring the great atmosphere!
[quote][p][bold]ChrisDeBerg[/bold] wrote: I'll still be going down the game :)[/p][/quote]Absolutely! There is nothing like being there and savouring the great atmosphere! mammamiauk
  • Score: 8

2:27pm Thu 16 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby.

It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day.

The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed.

The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park.

We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.
Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby. It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day. The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed. The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park. We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes. greenscreener
  • Score: 4

2:28pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Mill Hill Mob says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.
Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.[/p][/quote]Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it. Mill Hill Mob
  • Score: 3

3:39pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.
Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it.
What, because we can manage to sell our tickets that makes it our cup final?

We took 5000 to Wigan, was that our cup final as well?

We took 4000 to Huddersfield, was that our cup final?

Silly Blackburn goon.
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.[/p][/quote]Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it.[/p][/quote]What, because we can manage to sell our tickets that makes it our cup final? We took 5000 to Wigan, was that our cup final as well? We took 4000 to Huddersfield, was that our cup final? Silly Blackburn goon. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 3

3:46pm Thu 16 Jan 14

McClaret says...

BlueSkies wrote:
Dublin Claret wrote:
l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches."
Why cant we do the same!?
After the incidents at The Station in Cherry Tree, couple of years back, I don't think the Police will easily relax the restrictions on the games. That and all the stuff they monitor on social networks....
Agree with you BlueSkies. The thing is you can't stop incidents away from the ground - or not without intelligence. If 10 blokes have a fight in Preston over Burnley and Blackburn then so be it. It was dumb to say the least what happened in Cherry Tree but this should not affect the masses.
Had the joy of being both on our derby and that of Sunderland, Newcastle in the early 90's where the game was stopped several times for fighting. The passion is similar, travel between the places is similar the difference is there are a lot more people involved in their derby yet they manage to control it.
For me it doesn't say a lot for the capability of the Lancs Constab to be able to police a high profile football match without resulting to draconian measures.
I would prefer to be in the Burnley end however i will be in the Jack Walker stand with friends who are Blackburn fans as per usual. I simply refuse to be treated like cattle and would rather take the ribbing if we don't get the result.
[quote][p][bold]BlueSkies[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dublin Claret[/bold] wrote: l think Newcastle and Sunderland stopped police making these games "bubble matches." Why cant we do the same!?[/p][/quote]After the incidents at The Station in Cherry Tree, couple of years back, I don't think the Police will easily relax the restrictions on the games. That and all the stuff they monitor on social networks....[/p][/quote]Agree with you BlueSkies. The thing is you can't stop incidents away from the ground - or not without intelligence. If 10 blokes have a fight in Preston over Burnley and Blackburn then so be it. It was dumb to say the least what happened in Cherry Tree but this should not affect the masses. Had the joy of being both on our derby and that of Sunderland, Newcastle in the early 90's where the game was stopped several times for fighting. The passion is similar, travel between the places is similar the difference is there are a lot more people involved in their derby yet they manage to control it. For me it doesn't say a lot for the capability of the Lancs Constab to be able to police a high profile football match without resulting to draconian measures. I would prefer to be in the Burnley end however i will be in the Jack Walker stand with friends who are Blackburn fans as per usual. I simply refuse to be treated like cattle and would rather take the ribbing if we don't get the result. McClaret
  • Score: 6

3:53pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

greenscreener wrote:
Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby.

It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day.

The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed.

The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park.

We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.
Burnley were 'At the height of their form' were we? WE WERE 5TH

BLACKBURN WERE 10TH

More nonsense from the Blackburn geeks, desperately trying to take some positives from a game they know they are destined to lose, along with the only thing keeping them warm at night - the 34 years fallacy (When we didn't actually play them for 27 of those years).

Poor Blackburn, the Samaritans are going to be busy that day
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby. It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day. The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed. The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park. We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.[/p][/quote]Burnley were 'At the height of their form' were we? WE WERE 5TH BLACKBURN WERE 10TH More nonsense from the Blackburn geeks, desperately trying to take some positives from a game they know they are destined to lose, along with the only thing keeping them warm at night - the 34 years fallacy (When we didn't actually play them for 27 of those years). Poor Blackburn, the Samaritans are going to be busy that day Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

4:19pm Thu 16 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

greenscreener wrote:
Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby.

It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day.

The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed.

The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park.

We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.
No-dad reality check #2

Burnley went 2nd in the Championship on 21 September 2013 after a 2-1 win at Leeds.

Following a 2-0 win at Doncaster on October 1st Burnley went to the top of the Championship for the first time. At that time Blackburn Rovers were 8th in the league. 10 games had been played. Burnley were 8 points ahead of Blackburn Rovers.

Fast forward to the present day. 25 games have now been played.

Burnley have achieved 27 points since October 1st.
Blackburn have achieved ... 22 points.

Burnley are still in an automatic promotion position.
Blackburn are... still in 8th place.

The gap has been stretched to 13 points.

So much for the Burnley decline, eh Mungo. Let's all make things up to make us feel better shall we. What a tool.
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby. It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day. The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed. The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park. We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.[/p][/quote]No-dad reality check #2 Burnley went 2nd in the Championship on 21 September 2013 after a 2-1 win at Leeds. Following a 2-0 win at Doncaster on October 1st Burnley went to the top of the Championship for the first time. At that time Blackburn Rovers were 8th in the league. 10 games had been played. Burnley were 8 points ahead of Blackburn Rovers. Fast forward to the present day. 25 games have now been played. Burnley have achieved 27 points since October 1st. Blackburn have achieved ... 22 points. Burnley are still in an automatic promotion position. Blackburn are... still in 8th place. The gap has been stretched to 13 points. So much for the Burnley decline, eh Mungo. Let's all make things up to make us feel better shall we. What a tool. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: 0

4:24pm Thu 16 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.
Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it.
If we do have a cup final this season, it'll be home to Leicester in March. That's when two straight-up promotion contenders meet. We took a pony of them at their place, we've beaten QPR and Derby away. That's what it takes to be above the playoff spots.

Where are you guys? In the automatic spots? Sadly, no. So, in the playoff spots then? Ah, sadly no. Hows the current injury list - Rhodes in it ? Cripes.

You seem tone banging on about the match with Burnley. Must be your cup final.
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.[/p][/quote]Thank you, finally an admittance. Proof that it's your cup final if ever you needed it.[/p][/quote]If we do have a cup final this season, it'll be home to Leicester in March. That's when two straight-up promotion contenders meet. We took a pony of them at their place, we've beaten QPR and Derby away. That's what it takes to be above the playoff spots. Where are you guys? In the automatic spots? Sadly, no. So, in the playoff spots then? Ah, sadly no. Hows the current injury list - Rhodes in it ? Cripes. You seem tone banging on about the match with Burnley. Must be your cup final. RobH2O
  • Score: 1

4:30pm Thu 16 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Cut and paste to shorten the matter :O) =

Blackburn Vs Burnley all time record:
Games Played: 91
Blackburn: 39
Burnley: 35
Draws: 17

Who's the better team?

Today, we are.

You have a 4 game advantage with you having won the lions share of the last 11 games (the "35 years").

Interesting.
Cut and paste to shorten the matter :O) = Blackburn Vs Burnley all time record: Games Played: 91 Blackburn: 39 Burnley: 35 Draws: 17 Who's the better team? Today, we are. You have a 4 game advantage with you having won the lions share of the last 11 games (the "35 years"). Interesting. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

5:35pm Thu 16 Jan 14

leyton says...

Anyone who obeys the club and the filth and gets up at 7 on a sunday to be herded about and shipped to jibbland to wait for 2 hours for the kick -off to go to the jibbs game is a total moron.Until moron fans stop pandering to the club,tv and the filth this will only happen more and more .Sad people .
Anyone who obeys the club and the filth and gets up at 7 on a sunday to be herded about and shipped to jibbland to wait for 2 hours for the kick -off to go to the jibbs game is a total moron.Until moron fans stop pandering to the club,tv and the filth this will only happen more and more .Sad people . leyton
  • Score: 1

5:50pm Thu 16 Jan 14

greenscreener says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby.

It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day.

The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed.

The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park.

We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.
No-dad reality check #2

Burnley went 2nd in the Championship on 21 September 2013 after a 2-1 win at Leeds.

Following a 2-0 win at Doncaster on October 1st Burnley went to the top of the Championship for the first time. At that time Blackburn Rovers were 8th in the league. 10 games had been played. Burnley were 8 points ahead of Blackburn Rovers.

Fast forward to the present day. 25 games have now been played.

Burnley have achieved 27 points since October 1st.
Blackburn have achieved ... 22 points.

Burnley are still in an automatic promotion position.
Blackburn are... still in 8th place.

The gap has been stretched to 13 points.

So much for the Burnley decline, eh Mungo. Let's all make things up to make us feel better shall we. What a tool.
It's actually fairly simple.....

Burnley had a very good start to the season, only dropping a few points in the first quarter of the season, call it 10, 11, 12 games, you choose, you have all the stats. In the second quarter they were less effective and dropped about twice as many points. I'm sure you can produce these figures if you want.

Rovers had a very slow start, but unlike Burnley the run to half way improved.

So here we are just over half way through the season with our form improving and Burnley unable to sustain their excellent start. Both clubs returns in recent games have been very similar, unlike the early season.

As I said, your fear is evident in your obvious desire to get your raving done pre-match. You crack on son, I have no desire to interrupt your stress relief.
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: Sky have chosen this game because they understand the significance of a game where two playoff contenders meet in a local derby. It was a draw early in the season when an unfamiliar Rovers team visited a Burnley team at the height of their form. The subsequent Burnley decline and the rise of Rovers now has the clubs performing at a similar level, and as this continues there will be everything to play for on the day. The fact is Blackburn were in disarray and easily at their lowest ebb last season, the best chance ever for Burnley to cast out a demon they have carried for two Burnley generations, but, once again they failed. The tide has now turned for BRFC, and Team GB, even in its early stages of development this season was good enough to bring a point home. Burnley know they have peaked too soon and are going to be humbled once again at Ewood Park. We know their fans will be desperate to spout off between now and the game, their fear and frustration grows daily, as they know they will go very quiet, yet again, when this game finishes.[/p][/quote]No-dad reality check #2 Burnley went 2nd in the Championship on 21 September 2013 after a 2-1 win at Leeds. Following a 2-0 win at Doncaster on October 1st Burnley went to the top of the Championship for the first time. At that time Blackburn Rovers were 8th in the league. 10 games had been played. Burnley were 8 points ahead of Blackburn Rovers. Fast forward to the present day. 25 games have now been played. Burnley have achieved 27 points since October 1st. Blackburn have achieved ... 22 points. Burnley are still in an automatic promotion position. Blackburn are... still in 8th place. The gap has been stretched to 13 points. So much for the Burnley decline, eh Mungo. Let's all make things up to make us feel better shall we. What a tool.[/p][/quote]It's actually fairly simple..... Burnley had a very good start to the season, only dropping a few points in the first quarter of the season, call it 10, 11, 12 games, you choose, you have all the stats. In the second quarter they were less effective and dropped about twice as many points. I'm sure you can produce these figures if you want. Rovers had a very slow start, but unlike Burnley the run to half way improved. So here we are just over half way through the season with our form improving and Burnley unable to sustain their excellent start. Both clubs returns in recent games have been very similar, unlike the early season. As I said, your fear is evident in your obvious desire to get your raving done pre-match. You crack on son, I have no desire to interrupt your stress relief. greenscreener
  • Score: 2

6:46pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Angry From Accrington says...

The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways.
The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways. Angry From Accrington
  • Score: -1

6:52pm Thu 16 Jan 14

noddy57 says...

Bring it on, all those years ago since a Burnley win is going to be even longer,l look forward to a sweet victory for the mighty Ewood Empire and my week end will be one to cherish because every victory over this small club is oh so satisfying,,COYB,
Bring it on, all those years ago since a Burnley win is going to be even longer,l look forward to a sweet victory for the mighty Ewood Empire and my week end will be one to cherish because every victory over this small club is oh so satisfying,,COYB, noddy57
  • Score: -1

7:26pm Thu 16 Jan 14

RobH2O says...

Angry From Accrington wrote:
The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways.
Says someone who call themselves Angry and comes from Acci? Do everyone a favour. Either chill and cut down on the anger or move - or both
[quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways.[/p][/quote]Says someone who call themselves Angry and comes from Acci? Do everyone a favour. Either chill and cut down on the anger or move - or both RobH2O
  • Score: 1

8:17pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself
So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium?
Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp
Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not
You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money
Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that
Still laughing.....
200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium? Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that Still laughing..... Wild Rover
  • Score: 2

9:04pm Thu 16 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Wild Rover wrote:
200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself
So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium?
Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp
Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not
You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money
Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that
Still laughing.....
Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year

http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/sport/footbal
l/article-2315255/Hu
ll-set-make-extra-12
0m-win-promotion-Pre
mier-League.html

The prize money increases further next season.

Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time...

Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: 200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium? Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that Still laughing.....[/p][/quote]Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/footbal l/article-2315255/Hu ll-set-make-extra-12 0m-win-promotion-Pre mier-League.html The prize money increases further next season. Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time... Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -2

10:31pm Thu 16 Jan 14

owd nick says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.
Sincerely hope you do, Burnley fans investing in Rovers, love it.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Can't wait, the difference is we will sell all our tickets - unlike the no-dads who brought a paltry 2500 fans to Turf Moor. League One Preston brought more than you a week later for an evening game.[/p][/quote]Sincerely hope you do, Burnley fans investing in Rovers, love it. owd nick
  • Score: -1

11:29pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Wild Rover says...

we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself
So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium?
Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp
Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not
You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money
Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that
Still laughing.....
Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year

http://www.dailymail

.co.uk/sport/footbal

l/article-2315255/Hu

ll-set-make-extra-12

0m-win-promotion-Pre

mier-League.html

The prize money increases further next season.

Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time...

Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it.
Me look silly?
120 million is not 200 and wa8 for it
Hull C-I-T-Y
Not Burnley Hamlet
They have a Stadium not a slum
And a rich but barmy owner, much like Rovers
Burnley, Owned by Del Boy from Poland , sponsored by Hollands
STILL Laffing my rrs off
Big time? You excel yourself Mongo, a truly ridiculous post among so many !
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: 200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium? Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that Still laughing.....[/p][/quote]Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/footbal l/article-2315255/Hu ll-set-make-extra-12 0m-win-promotion-Pre mier-League.html The prize money increases further next season. Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time... Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it.[/p][/quote]Me look silly? 120 million is not 200 and wa8 for it Hull C-I-T-Y Not Burnley Hamlet They have a Stadium not a slum And a rich but barmy owner, much like Rovers Burnley, Owned by Del Boy from Poland , sponsored by Hollands STILL Laffing my rrs off Big time? You excel yourself Mongo, a truly ridiculous post among so many ! Wild Rover
  • Score: 0

10:06am Fri 17 Jan 14

we.love.u.venkys. says...

Wild Rover wrote:
we.love.u.venkys. wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself
So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium?
Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp
Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not
You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money
Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that
Still laughing.....
Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year

http://www.dailymail


.co.uk/sport/footbal


l/article-2315255/Hu


ll-set-make-extra-12


0m-win-promotion-Pre


mier-League.html

The prize money increases further next season.

Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time...

Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it.
Me look silly?
120 million is not 200 and wa8 for it
Hull C-I-T-Y
Not Burnley Hamlet
They have a Stadium not a slum
And a rich but barmy owner, much like Rovers
Burnley, Owned by Del Boy from Poland , sponsored by Hollands
STILL Laffing my rrs off
Big time? You excel yourself Mongo, a truly ridiculous post among so many !
13 points.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: 200 million Vanker? 200 million? Roflmao..if I laugh any harder I might wet myself So what, Etihad and Emirates will be fighting to sponsor the Burnable Stadium? Hollands Pies last time wasn't you gimp Do they have a spare 100 million, no? Thought not You really are a total dweeb, please do your stato thing and show me the money Maybe KP will sponsor you, peanuts and all that Still laughing.....[/p][/quote]Better stop laughing Mungo.. there's big money for promotion, look at Hull last year http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/footbal l/article-2315255/Hu ll-set-make-extra-12 0m-win-promotion-Pre mier-League.html The prize money increases further next season. Think about it, Blackburn Rovers £56 million in debt, likely to lose around £30 million more this season, while little old Burnley are on their way to the big time... Guess that makes you look a bit silly doesn't it.[/p][/quote]Me look silly? 120 million is not 200 and wa8 for it Hull C-I-T-Y Not Burnley Hamlet They have a Stadium not a slum And a rich but barmy owner, much like Rovers Burnley, Owned by Del Boy from Poland , sponsored by Hollands STILL Laffing my rrs off Big time? You excel yourself Mongo, a truly ridiculous post among so many ![/p][/quote]13 points. we.love.u.venkys.
  • Score: -1

12:52pm Fri 17 Jan 14

Angry From Accrington says...

RobH2O wrote:
Angry From Accrington wrote: The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways.
Says someone who call themselves Angry and comes from Acci? Do everyone a favour. Either chill and cut down on the anger or move - or both
I suppose I could move to Huncoat and become a Harsehole?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry From Accrington[/bold] wrote: The only SKY that Dingles get to watch is the one they sleep under, viewed from their charity shop doorways.[/p][/quote]Says someone who call themselves Angry and comes from Acci? Do everyone a favour. Either chill and cut down on the anger or move - or both[/p][/quote]I suppose I could move to Huncoat and become a Harsehole? Angry From Accrington
  • Score: 1

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