Lucas Neill back on Blackburn Rovers radar

Lucas Neill back on Blackburn Rovers radar

Lucas Neill back on Blackburn Rovers radar

First published in Football

BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer believes he is getting closer to the right blend of youth and experience – and he could hand a Rovers return to Lucas Neill to help him achieve that aim.

The Rovers chief accepts it will take at least two more transfer windows before he gets his squad exactly how he wants it.

But he is refusing to rule out a return for 35-year-old Neill, who is based locally and has been training with Rovers since November.

“We’re just getting the blend right in terms of experience and youthful enthusiasm,” said Bowyer. “We’ve got Paul Robinson back now and that’s a massive plus with his experience and know-how.

“Matt Kilgallon has come in and done brilliantly for us. It was obviously a loss losing our captain Scott Dann but Killa has come in and done great for us.

“Then you’ve got Dunny just playing off the front so there is more experience there but we’ve still got work to do.”

That work will continue in the summer when the permanent transfer window reopens. But the loan market opens on Saturday and Bowyer has admitted he could go back into the market to find defensive cover for departed skipper Dann.

But he also has the option of handing free-agent Neill a short-term deal.

The versatile defender watched on from the stands as Rovers beat Blackpool on Saturday.

Bowyer said: “I’ve said all along you can never say never and that is the same situation now.

“Lucas and myself have been very honest with each other right from the start, we both know where we stand.

“If the opportunity for Lucas to join another club comes along then that is a possibility.

“But at the same time we would have to sort something out if we thought something suited us.”

Bowyer was boosted by the return of Robinson, Kilgallon and Dunn in Saturday’s 2-0 success over Blackpool.

That took the average age of the Rovers side to 26 but of the 10 youngest line-ups named in the Championship this season Rovers have fielded nine of them.

That led Bowyer to add another seasoned performer to his ranks before the January window closed with the signing of 28-year-old winger Craig Conway from Cardiff City.

“For the football club to get on an even keel it’s going to take a few windows, both in terms of bringing players in and balancing the books,” said Bowyer, who signed four players and let 16 leave last month.

“I said it at the beginning of the season when I first took over and I still believe that now.

“We’re getting closer to forming our squad but for the good of the football club it could take another couple of windows.”

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9:49am Tue 4 Feb 14

Rovers 1495 says...

Any news on the new financial director, LT ?

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Any news on the new financial director, LT ? http://www.insiderme dia.com/insider/nort h-west/107593-blackb urn-rovers-name-new- financial-director Rovers 1495
  • Score: -2

9:51am Tue 4 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

Fully agree with Bowyer there, those expecting for us to do all the business in one or two transfer windows, to get rid of the last two years, are fools! He has done just short of a miracle with our club in under 12 months!
Fully agree with Bowyer there, those expecting for us to do all the business in one or two transfer windows, to get rid of the last two years, are fools! He has done just short of a miracle with our club in under 12 months! ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 64

9:52am Tue 4 Feb 14

ChrisDeBerg says...

Rovers 1495 wrote:
Any news on the new financial director, LT ?

http://www.insiderme

dia.com/insider/nort

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Yeah last week....

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[quote][p][bold]Rovers 1495[/bold] wrote: Any news on the new financial director, LT ? http://www.insiderme dia.com/insider/nort h-west/107593-blackb urn-rovers-name-new- financial-director[/p][/quote]Yeah last week.... http://www.lancashir etelegraph.co.uk/spo rt/football/rovers/n ews/10979511.Cheston _appointed_to_Blackb urn_Rovers_board/ ChrisDeBerg
  • Score: 10

9:52am Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP! chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -67

10:10am Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Not a bad idea as I think Neill could still do a good job at this level giving the young players more time to develop. I know when he moved it left a nasty taste in some supporters mouths but I'm not one to bear a grudge if it's for the good of the club. A contract till the end of the season sounds fine, then take it from there.
Not a bad idea as I think Neill could still do a good job at this level giving the young players more time to develop. I know when he moved it left a nasty taste in some supporters mouths but I'm not one to bear a grudge if it's for the good of the club. A contract till the end of the season sounds fine, then take it from there. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 32

10:18am Tue 4 Feb 14

Mill Hill Mob says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll. Mill Hill Mob
  • Score: 75

10:22am Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park:

"‘Five-and-a-half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park: "‘Five-and-a-half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’" chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -27

10:25am Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll"....

.....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder.

Don't respond to him.
[quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 17

10:37am Tue 4 Feb 14

jack01 says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January. jack01
  • Score: 32

10:38am Tue 4 Feb 14

GAZHAY says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.
Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job.
Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!!
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job. Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!! GAZHAY
  • Score: 13

10:50am Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1 Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 15

11:04am Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

GAZHAY wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.
Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job.
Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!!
Educating you retards is a full-time job.

I simply provided you with factual comments on a former player and you shoot me down with personal abuse. How very childish.

Lucas Neill is almost 36 and has failed to make the grade in the United Arab Emirates, Australia and Japan. How he can possibly be considered up to the pace and physicality of the Championship after so long out of proper football, shows just how far detached from reality Gary Bowyer (and in turn you mugs that worship him) have now become. It's desperation, nothing more.

Add to this the fact that Neill hates Blackburn Rovers and you're on to a winner. Sign him up and play him in the Derby please. Danny Ings will walk through him.
[quote][p][bold]GAZHAY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job. Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!![/p][/quote]Educating you retards is a full-time job. I simply provided you with factual comments on a former player and you shoot me down with personal abuse. How very childish. Lucas Neill is almost 36 and has failed to make the grade in the United Arab Emirates, Australia and Japan. How he can possibly be considered up to the pace and physicality of the Championship after so long out of proper football, shows just how far detached from reality Gary Bowyer (and in turn you mugs that worship him) have now become. It's desperation, nothing more. Add to this the fact that Neill hates Blackburn Rovers and you're on to a winner. Sign him up and play him in the Derby please. Danny Ings will walk through him. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -12

11:08am Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him?

Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks.

Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want.

IVWT
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -9

11:24am Tue 4 Feb 14

earwego says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him?

Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks.

Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want.

IVWT
At least we don't sign players that serve a 7 match ban for taking their frustrations out on the referee.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]At least we don't sign players that serve a 7 match ban for taking their frustrations out on the referee. earwego
  • Score: 10

11:28am Tue 4 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him?

Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks.

Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want.

IVWT
It doesn't actually say we are going to sign him does it?

And it's old news anyway, first brought up over a month ago by some hack somewhere and GB has obviously been asked a direct question again.

Key phrases are;

"“Lucas and myself have been very honest with each other right from the start, we both know where we stand.

“If the opportunity for Lucas to join another club comes along then that is a possibility.

“But at the same time we would have to sort something out if we thought something suited us.”"

Phrases that basically say "I'm in charge and I will decide who I sign".

That said we are short an experienced defender so if he is fit enough and still hungry enough he could be a reasonable short term signing if nothing better crops up.

His experience will be a great asset if nothing else.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]It doesn't actually say we are going to sign him does it? And it's old news anyway, first brought up over a month ago by some hack somewhere and GB has obviously been asked a direct question again. Key phrases are; "“Lucas and myself have been very honest with each other right from the start, we both know where we stand. “If the opportunity for Lucas to join another club comes along then that is a possibility. “But at the same time we would have to sort something out if we thought something suited us.”" Phrases that basically say "I'm in charge and I will decide who I sign". That said we are short an experienced defender so if he is fit enough and still hungry enough he could be a reasonable short term signing if nothing better crops up. His experience will be a great asset if nothing else. owd nick
  • Score: 6

11:31am Tue 4 Feb 14

jack01 says...

Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days? jack01
  • Score: 8

11:41am Tue 4 Feb 14

A Rover 45 years and over says...

Might be ok for cover to the end of the season, but not to take place of our regular back four unless we have an injury etc. Just as much concerned that he gets cover for the front two if not using Best. To loose any of the front two to injury will be a big blow to any so called promotion push, cover for this area is just as important.
Might be ok for cover to the end of the season, but not to take place of our regular back four unless we have an injury etc. Just as much concerned that he gets cover for the front two if not using Best. To loose any of the front two to injury will be a big blow to any so called promotion push, cover for this area is just as important. A Rover 45 years and over
  • Score: 3

11:42am Tue 4 Feb 14

hasslem hasslem says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him?

Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks.

Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want.

IVWT
...and here comes another village idiot - this one complains about rovers supporters on burnley pages, whilst constantly on rovers pages.

dingles - the are a funny (in)breed
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]...and here comes another village idiot - this one complains about rovers supporters on burnley pages, whilst constantly on rovers pages. dingles - the are a funny (in)breed hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 8

11:47am Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -5

12:01pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Mill Hill Mob says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
GAZHAY wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.
Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job. Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!!
Educating you retards is a full-time job. I simply provided you with factual comments on a former player and you shoot me down with personal abuse. How very childish. Lucas Neill is almost 36 and has failed to make the grade in the United Arab Emirates, Australia and Japan. How he can possibly be considered up to the pace and physicality of the Championship after so long out of proper football, shows just how far detached from reality Gary Bowyer (and in turn you mugs that worship him) have now become. It's desperation, nothing more. Add to this the fact that Neill hates Blackburn Rovers and you're on to a winner. Sign him up and play him in the Derby please. Danny Ings will walk through him.
Your players haven't "walked through" any of ours in 35 years. Ings tried to "walk through" Williamson last time and look where that got him - on the deck like a sack of spuds!
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GAZHAY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]"Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll".... .....and a little man with a big chip on his shoulder. Don't respond to him.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Mark clearly has masses of time on his hands = no job. Shame really clearly has huge potential in scouring for rubbish on the internet!!![/p][/quote]Educating you retards is a full-time job. I simply provided you with factual comments on a former player and you shoot me down with personal abuse. How very childish. Lucas Neill is almost 36 and has failed to make the grade in the United Arab Emirates, Australia and Japan. How he can possibly be considered up to the pace and physicality of the Championship after so long out of proper football, shows just how far detached from reality Gary Bowyer (and in turn you mugs that worship him) have now become. It's desperation, nothing more. Add to this the fact that Neill hates Blackburn Rovers and you're on to a winner. Sign him up and play him in the Derby please. Danny Ings will walk through him.[/p][/quote]Your players haven't "walked through" any of ours in 35 years. Ings tried to "walk through" Williamson last time and look where that got him - on the deck like a sack of spuds! Mill Hill Mob
  • Score: 9

12:06pm Tue 4 Feb 14

jim 2012 says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park:

"‘Five-and-a-
half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"
if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football
can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn
the rest of you'r post is just old news
here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park: "‘Five-and-a- half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"[/p][/quote]if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn the rest of you'r post is just old news here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so. jim 2012
  • Score: 4

12:10pm Tue 4 Feb 14

BRFC75 says...

Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing. BRFC75
  • Score: 4

12:15pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jim 2012 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park:

"‘Five-and-a-

half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"
if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football
can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn
the rest of you'r post is just old news
here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so.
BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE WANTED HIM, AND HE IS USING BLACKBURN TO TRY AND GET A WORLD CUP PLACE.

I thought I would write in capitals as you are evidently hard of understanding.
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park: "‘Five-and-a- half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"[/p][/quote]if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn the rest of you'r post is just old news here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so.[/p][/quote]BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE WANTED HIM, AND HE IS USING BLACKBURN TO TRY AND GET A WORLD CUP PLACE. I thought I would write in capitals as you are evidently hard of understanding. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -7

12:16pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well! Tatts
  • Score: 5

12:20pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Dukes says...

He going to use this club for sure to go to the world cup. If i was Bowyer would look elsewhere because the way this guy left the club we not forgiven him.
He going to use this club for sure to go to the world cup. If i was Bowyer would look elsewhere because the way this guy left the club we not forgiven him. Dukes
  • Score: 4

12:20pm Tue 4 Feb 14

TurfMoorTom says...

36? An international? Sounds better than our own Duffer!! Sign himup on a pay as you play deal - can't go wrong and in the worst case he'll rot!!
36? An international? Sounds better than our own Duffer!! Sign himup on a pay as you play deal - can't go wrong and in the worst case he'll rot!! TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 6

12:30pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -1

12:30pm Tue 4 Feb 14

PlutoRover says...

BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
Colin Hendry played with 100% passion and commitment. On the pitch he was a hero and a great captain for club and country and was an integral part of one of our greatest ever teams. He has had to deal with tragedy in his personal life and has made mistakes, just like George Best, but like Best at United, Hendry is a Rovers club legend. If he wants to work at Rovers and get his life back on track then I for one fully support this.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]Colin Hendry played with 100% passion and commitment. On the pitch he was a hero and a great captain for club and country and was an integral part of one of our greatest ever teams. He has had to deal with tragedy in his personal life and has made mistakes, just like George Best, but like Best at United, Hendry is a Rovers club legend. If he wants to work at Rovers and get his life back on track then I for one fully support this. PlutoRover
  • Score: -3

12:31pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
36? An international? Sounds better than our own Duffer!! Sign himup on a pay as you play deal - can't go wrong and in the worst case he'll rot!!
Hi FakeVilla how's tricks?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: 36? An international? Sounds better than our own Duffer!! Sign himup on a pay as you play deal - can't go wrong and in the worst case he'll rot!![/p][/quote]Hi FakeVilla how's tricks? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -1

12:46pm Tue 4 Feb 14

BRFC75 says...

PlutoRover wrote:
BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
Colin Hendry played with 100% passion and commitment. On the pitch he was a hero and a great captain for club and country and was an integral part of one of our greatest ever teams. He has had to deal with tragedy in his personal life and has made mistakes, just like George Best, but like Best at United, Hendry is a Rovers club legend. If he wants to work at Rovers and get his life back on track then I for one fully support this.
Yes but what about the old couple he lived close to, he borrowed 95,000 pounds from them ,their total pension savings , then Hendry went bankrupt gambling ,,which was later found out he used their pension life savings to gamble, this old couple were left without any pension savings , Hendry hid behind the bankruptcy laws.
No not like Best , there are many bankrupts alcoholics but. Who has ever borrowed money from old people to fund their habit , Hendry deserves no support, there are and have been honourable men who have been alcoholics even honourable men who have gambled all their own money away , but is is a low human being who borrows old people's life savings to fund his gambling habit.
[quote][p][bold]PlutoRover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]Colin Hendry played with 100% passion and commitment. On the pitch he was a hero and a great captain for club and country and was an integral part of one of our greatest ever teams. He has had to deal with tragedy in his personal life and has made mistakes, just like George Best, but like Best at United, Hendry is a Rovers club legend. If he wants to work at Rovers and get his life back on track then I for one fully support this.[/p][/quote]Yes but what about the old couple he lived close to, he borrowed 95,000 pounds from them ,their total pension savings , then Hendry went bankrupt gambling ,,which was later found out he used their pension life savings to gamble, this old couple were left without any pension savings , Hendry hid behind the bankruptcy laws. No not like Best , there are many bankrupts alcoholics but. Who has ever borrowed money from old people to fund their habit , Hendry deserves no support, there are and have been honourable men who have been alcoholics even honourable men who have gambled all their own money away , but is is a low human being who borrows old people's life savings to fund his gambling habit. BRFC75
  • Score: 17

12:46pm Tue 4 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 12

12:47pm Tue 4 Feb 14

jim 2012 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Mill Hill Mob wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
You've done your homework!

Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.
West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park:

"‘Five-and-a-


half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"
if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football
can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn
the rest of you'r post is just old news
here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so.
BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE WANTED HIM, AND HE IS USING BLACKBURN TO TRY AND GET A WORLD CUP PLACE.

I thought I would write in capitals as you are evidently hard of understanding.
ISN'T THAT WANT ALL PLAYERS WANT TO DO PLAY IN THE WORD CUP
of course he is using blackburn rovers in the hope of going to word cup
most players in premier league and a few championship would play for any team if it meant a place in a word cup team
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mill Hill Mob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]You've done your homework! Pity you didn't put that much effort into your homework at school, you might have had a decent job instead of being a permanent full-time troll.[/p][/quote]West Ham defender Lucas Neill has complained about the ‘disgusting’ treatment he received on his return to Ewood Park: "‘Five-and-a- half years at the club, 100 per cent commitment, I've never gone to the papers, never complained about anything and then, when I want to further myself for my own personal benefit, whether it be backwards, sideways or forward, I get the reception I get? I think it’s disgusting because people have come here to Blackburn and been here only six months to a year, not worked hard, walked away with a huge pay-off, and here’s me trying my heart out for five years and this is the reception I get. It's disgusting’"[/p][/quote]if lucas neill didn't want to come back to rovers then how come he has been training with rovers and he cant be that bothered about the the treatment he got way back then and just wants to play football can't think of any other reason why he would want to come back to Blackburn the rest of you'r post is just old news here is a new quote He is training with one of his former clubs, English Championship side Blackburn Rovers, and admitted on Thursday he would love to rejoin them on a permanent basis - or at least for the next six months or so.[/p][/quote]BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE WANTED HIM, AND HE IS USING BLACKBURN TO TRY AND GET A WORLD CUP PLACE. I thought I would write in capitals as you are evidently hard of understanding.[/p][/quote]ISN'T THAT WANT ALL PLAYERS WANT TO DO PLAY IN THE WORD CUP of course he is using blackburn rovers in the hope of going to word cup most players in premier league and a few championship would play for any team if it meant a place in a word cup team jim 2012
  • Score: 2

12:53pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Tatts says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
Yes, some times it is better to say nothing at all, like when you're on the message boards of another club, for whom you have an inferiority complex!

How's this for a stat? 4 wins from 17 games

You've clearly forgotten how to win games and are becoming the division's draw specialists!
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.[/p][/quote]Yes, some times it is better to say nothing at all, like when you're on the message boards of another club, for whom you have an inferiority complex! How's this for a stat? 4 wins from 17 games You've clearly forgotten how to win games and are becoming the division's draw specialists! Tatts
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Tue 4 Feb 14

jack01 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
And therein lies my point!

You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first.

Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass!

You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley.

Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups?
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]And therein lies my point! You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first. Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass! You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley. Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups? jack01
  • Score: 3

12:57pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

hasslem hasslem wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January"

Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him?

Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks.

Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want.

IVWT
...and here comes another village idiot - this one complains about rovers supporters on burnley pages, whilst constantly on rovers pages.

dingles - the are a funny (in)breed
It's the same village idiot HH.

Different name, don't be fooled.
[quote][p][bold]hasslem hasslem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]...and here comes another village idiot - this one complains about rovers supporters on burnley pages, whilst constantly on rovers pages. dingles - the are a funny (in)breed[/p][/quote]It's the same village idiot HH. Different name, don't be fooled. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 2

12:59pm Tue 4 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
Can't argue with that Charlie boy and based on your performance against QPR (the only Burnley match I've ever watched apart from Rovers games) I'm admittedly apprehensive regards the derby.

The problem you have being Burnley FC is that anything half decent you some how manage to stumble across (Dyche, Ings, Vokes, Trippier) will toss you away like an old carrier bag the minute anything better comes along, and lets be honest that doesn't take much.

You've had all your christmases at once pal - make the most of it.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.[/p][/quote]Can't argue with that Charlie boy and based on your performance against QPR (the only Burnley match I've ever watched apart from Rovers games) I'm admittedly apprehensive regards the derby. The problem you have being Burnley FC is that anything half decent you some how manage to stumble across (Dyche, Ings, Vokes, Trippier) will toss you away like an old carrier bag the minute anything better comes along, and lets be honest that doesn't take much. You've had all your christmases at once pal - make the most of it. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 6

1:05pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble
Why do you continue this vendetta?
[quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble Why do you continue this vendetta? Wild Rover
  • Score: -8

1:10pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

jack01 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
And therein lies my point!

You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first.

Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass!

You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley.

Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups?
It's no good Jacko....He doesn't do 'Facts'- only bull s***.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]And therein lies my point! You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first. Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass! You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley. Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups?[/p][/quote]It's no good Jacko....He doesn't do 'Facts'- only bull s***. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 3

1:15pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1.

We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19.

We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst.

We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League.

Here's your ar5e.

You're welcome.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1. We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19. We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst. We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League. Here's your ar5e. You're welcome. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -3

1:16pm Tue 4 Feb 14

BRFC75 says...

Wild Rover wrote:
BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble
Why do you continue this vendetta?
Wild rover ,my comments are true and not only me witnessed by me the extent and volume of bets going on , there was others there at the time , you were not there so you should shut up ,until such time as you have any clue on what dribble you write, defending the reality with your dreamlike hero worship waffle.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble Why do you continue this vendetta?[/p][/quote]Wild rover ,my comments are true and not only me witnessed by me the extent and volume of bets going on , there was others there at the time , you were not there so you should shut up ,until such time as you have any clue on what dribble you write, defending the reality with your dreamlike hero worship waffle. BRFC75
  • Score: 3

1:24pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

OMG, breaking news. Burnley FC are OFFICIALLY the BEST team EVER in the WHOLE world and in the ENTIRE HISTORY of football
It is true because Chicken.Mother Plucker says so and in CAPITAL letters
It is true, it must be!!
God help the rest of football for the next 200 years..
See you in May #**kwit
OMG, breaking news. Burnley FC are OFFICIALLY the BEST team EVER in the WHOLE world and in the ENTIRE HISTORY of football It is true because Chicken.Mother Plucker says so and in CAPITAL letters It is true, it must be!! God help the rest of football for the next 200 years.. See you in May #**kwit Wild Rover
  • Score: 6

1:29pm Tue 4 Feb 14

larky says...

How many former Blackburn Rovers players, that we didn't want have gone to Burnley, yet the same can't be said about players not wanted by Burnley coming to Blackburn.
You will always be our snotty nosed little neighbours, dreaming about being as successfully as the mighty blues.
You can keep dreaming, We have lived it.
:-)
How many former Blackburn Rovers players, that we didn't want have gone to Burnley, yet the same can't be said about players not wanted by Burnley coming to Blackburn. You will always be our snotty nosed little neighbours, dreaming about being as successfully as the mighty blues. You can keep dreaming, We have lived it. :-) larky
  • Score: 7

1:29pm Tue 4 Feb 14

josh:) says...

Money grabbers back
Money grabbers back josh:)
  • Score: 2

1:36pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

jack01 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
And therein lies my point!

You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first.

Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass!

You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley.

Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups?
Ok then:

Shackell, Duff, Marney, Jones, Stanislas, Edgar all have years of Premier League experience..

Vokes, Shackell, Duff, Marney, Jones have been promoted out of the Championship previously.

Again jack, do your research before you publically humiliate yourself.
[quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]And therein lies my point! You are attempting to ridicule Rovers for potentially signing an experienced international player on a short term deal as cover. Yet at the same time you praise Burnley for assembling a squad of lower league rejects and journeymen who were even more of a gamble when they signed and they have turned out alright! Perhaps it would be wise to wait and see what actually happens first. Conjecture and rumour - you'd know a thing or two about that having spent the last 12 months posting theories and rubbish about Rovers financial position, Jordan Rhodes and much much more, none of which has actually come to pass! You know what they say about history - those who don't learn from it are doomed to repeat it. I'd be concerned if my clubs last manager preferred a League One relegation scrap rather than stay at Burnley. Our 'set of league one boys' - Robinson, Hanley, Kilgallon, Dunn, Lowe have years of Premier League experience. Evans, Cairney, Gestede, Conway have all been promoted out of this league. How many of your lot can go into those two groups?[/p][/quote]Ok then: Shackell, Duff, Marney, Jones, Stanislas, Edgar all have years of Premier League experience.. Vokes, Shackell, Duff, Marney, Jones have been promoted out of the Championship previously. Again jack, do your research before you publically humiliate yourself. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -2

1:36pm Tue 4 Feb 14

2014 and a stadium with wood seats? says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1.

We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19.

We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst.

We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League.

Here's your ar5e.

You're welcome.
Heaton better than Robinson???.... how many caps has he got I forgot???......funni
est post of the day....talk about claret tinted bifocals
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1. We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19. We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst. We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League. Here's your ar5e. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]Heaton better than Robinson???.... how many caps has he got I forgot???......funni est post of the day....talk about claret tinted bifocals 2014 and a stadium with wood seats?
  • Score: 5

1:39pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Wild Rover wrote:
OMG, breaking news. Burnley FC are OFFICIALLY the BEST team EVER in the WHOLE world and in the ENTIRE HISTORY of football
It is true because Chicken.Mother Plucker says so and in CAPITAL letters
It is true, it must be!!
God help the rest of football for the next 200 years..
See you in May #**kwit
Where are you going in May? Surely you don't mean the play offs?

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha etc ad infinitum.

Maybe you should attempt to beat one of the many sides above you in the table before you start with your deluded fantasies - seeing as you haven't managed that yet. Just a thought

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha (Sorry just the fact that you actually believe that you may be in the play offs makes me chuckle every time)
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: OMG, breaking news. Burnley FC are OFFICIALLY the BEST team EVER in the WHOLE world and in the ENTIRE HISTORY of football It is true because Chicken.Mother Plucker says so and in CAPITAL letters It is true, it must be!! God help the rest of football for the next 200 years.. See you in May #**kwit[/p][/quote]Where are you going in May? Surely you don't mean the play offs? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha etc ad infinitum. Maybe you should attempt to beat one of the many sides above you in the table before you start with your deluded fantasies - seeing as you haven't managed that yet. Just a thought Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha (Sorry just the fact that you actually believe that you may be in the play offs makes me chuckle every time) Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -3

1:39pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

BRFC75 wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble
Why do you continue this vendetta?
Wild rover ,my comments are true and not only me witnessed by me the extent and volume of bets going on , there was others there at the time , you were not there so you should shut up ,until such time as you have any clue on what dribble you write, defending the reality with your dreamlike hero worship waffle.
So if I translate all that correctly from Dribbleish, you are saying you followed them around and observed all their activities?
Err, that sounds like obsessive stalking to me?
You really need help.
Btw Lucas played for the club after CH moved on , so call me old fashioned, but I doubt the buddying around aspect of your story...
[quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]What an obsessive troll you are. Lucas is not skint nor a gambler. He lives near by to me and we have mutual friends. So I would say your post is libelous and may get you in trouble Why do you continue this vendetta?[/p][/quote]Wild rover ,my comments are true and not only me witnessed by me the extent and volume of bets going on , there was others there at the time , you were not there so you should shut up ,until such time as you have any clue on what dribble you write, defending the reality with your dreamlike hero worship waffle.[/p][/quote]So if I translate all that correctly from Dribbleish, you are saying you followed them around and observed all their activities? Err, that sounds like obsessive stalking to me? You really need help. Btw Lucas played for the club after CH moved on , so call me old fashioned, but I doubt the buddying around aspect of your story... Wild Rover
  • Score: 2

1:40pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Tatts says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1.

We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19.

We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst.

We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League.

Here's your ar5e.

You're welcome.
If the Dingles are so good then why you didn't you take my offer of a bet on Betfair?

Let's be clear here, I was offering you 3/1, and you ignored me.

From that, I concluded that either:

1. Whilst you bluster on about Burnley being this and that, when it comes to the crunch, you don't think that they're going to get promoted any more than I do.

2. You don't have a pot to p#$$ in and that's the downside of spending your life on message boards rather than working.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1. We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19. We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst. We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League. Here's your ar5e. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]If the Dingles are so good then why you didn't you take my offer of a bet on Betfair? Let's be clear here, I was offering you 3/1, and you ignored me. From that, I concluded that either: 1. Whilst you bluster on about Burnley being this and that, when it comes to the crunch, you don't think that they're going to get promoted any more than I do. 2. You don't have a pot to p#$$ in and that's the downside of spending your life on message boards rather than working. Tatts
  • Score: 4

1:41pm Tue 4 Feb 14

jim 2012 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
ONE MORE TIME THE GAP AND POINTS GAP IS POINTLESS YOU ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS JUST REMIND US ALL WERE BURNLEY ARE IN THE LEAGUE
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]ONE MORE TIME THE GAP AND POINTS GAP IS POINTLESS YOU ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS JUST REMIND US ALL WERE BURNLEY ARE IN THE LEAGUE jim 2012
  • Score: 3

1:45pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT
Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere. azza234
  • Score: -3

1:47pm Tue 4 Feb 14

larky says...

jim 2012 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
ONE MORE TIME THE GAP AND POINTS GAP IS POINTLESS YOU ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS JUST REMIND US ALL WERE BURNLEY ARE IN THE LEAGUE
How many former Blackburn Rovers players, that we didn't want have gone to Burnley, yet the same can't be said about players not wanted by Burnley coming to Blackburn.
You will always be our snotty nosed little neighbours, dreaming about being as successfully as the mighty blues.
You can keep dreaming, We have lived it.
:-)
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]ONE MORE TIME THE GAP AND POINTS GAP IS POINTLESS YOU ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS JUST REMIND US ALL WERE BURNLEY ARE IN THE LEAGUE[/p][/quote]How many former Blackburn Rovers players, that we didn't want have gone to Burnley, yet the same can't be said about players not wanted by Burnley coming to Blackburn. You will always be our snotty nosed little neighbours, dreaming about being as successfully as the mighty blues. You can keep dreaming, We have lived it. :-) larky
  • Score: 3

1:50pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
"owned yet again" ?

You morons don't half crack me up.

Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much.

Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby.

Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise.

We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.

Look up!
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.[/p][/quote]"owned yet again" ? You morons don't half crack me up. Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much. Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby. Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise. We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Look up! chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -16

1:55pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT
Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.
As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.[/p][/quote]As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -7

1:58pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team. azza234
  • Score: 3

2:06pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.[/p][/quote]Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u. azza234
  • Score: 3

2:07pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team.
Believe me sunshine, you are welcome to him - I just thank goodness that Burnley aren't relying on fat, over the hill, ex players that have previously slagged the club off, in a desperate attempt to save our season.

As for him and Hendry being buddies - that figures, the one thing they both have in common is that they slated Blackburn, left under a cloud and have come back with their tails wedged firmly in between their legs as nobody else wants them except for Desperate FC.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team.[/p][/quote]Believe me sunshine, you are welcome to him - I just thank goodness that Burnley aren't relying on fat, over the hill, ex players that have previously slagged the club off, in a desperate attempt to save our season. As for him and Hendry being buddies - that figures, the one thing they both have in common is that they slated Blackburn, left under a cloud and have come back with their tails wedged firmly in between their legs as nobody else wants them except for Desperate FC. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -15

2:07pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Harwoodstblue says...

Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence.
[quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence. Harwoodstblue
  • Score: 6

2:08pm Tue 4 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
"owned yet again" ?

You morons don't half crack me up.

Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much.

Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby.

Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise.

We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.

Look up!
"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club......

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.[/p][/quote]"owned yet again" ? You morons don't half crack me up. Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much. Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby. Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise. We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Look up![/p][/quote]"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club...... Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 19

2:08pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u.
Am I correct in assuming you have a maths degree?
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.[/p][/quote]Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u.[/p][/quote]Am I correct in assuming you have a maths degree? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -3

2:16pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1. We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19. We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst. We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League. Here's your ar5e. You're welcome.
i forgot where are QPR again?.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]You've conceded 12 (TWELVE) more goals than us this season. You have recently been whupped 5-0 and 4-1. We have the second best defensive record in the Championship, after QPR, having conceded just 23 goals in 28 league games. In terms of goals conceded Blackburn Rovers are in 11th place having conceded 37 in 29 games. Your goal difference is +2, our goal difference is +19. We have arguably the best goalkeeper in the Championship, whilst in Calamity Kean and Clint Eastwood, you have arguable two of the worst. We have without doubt the best fullback outside of the Premier League. Here's your ar5e. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]i forgot where are QPR again?. azza234
  • Score: 2

2:25pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence.
But Rhodes and Gestede can't play together. Matching those two has been a dreadful mistake by Blackburn Rovers as proven in your recent results. Rhodes has zero goals in 7 games and Gestede has managed only 4 in 12 games. What a shambles of a strike force. Compare with the Ings/Vokes 37 goal partnership and I'm sure you'll agree.

I think our centre backs will have your misfiring strikers well under wraps while Trippier gets forward to ping in cross after cross for Ings and Big Sam who'll tear your tissue paper defence to pieces.

You're in for a beating come March 9th, and as several of you have seen what we're capable of at QPR, I think you know it.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence.[/p][/quote]But Rhodes and Gestede can't play together. Matching those two has been a dreadful mistake by Blackburn Rovers as proven in your recent results. Rhodes has zero goals in 7 games and Gestede has managed only 4 in 12 games. What a shambles of a strike force. Compare with the Ings/Vokes 37 goal partnership and I'm sure you'll agree. I think our centre backs will have your misfiring strikers well under wraps while Trippier gets forward to ping in cross after cross for Ings and Big Sam who'll tear your tissue paper defence to pieces. You're in for a beating come March 9th, and as several of you have seen what we're capable of at QPR, I think you know it. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -4

2:30pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Is that the best you can do, I mean really?

Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN!

Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game.

PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.
Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u.
But it means everything if they finish on level points doesn't it clever d!ck.

Always better to have that in our back pocket don't you think.

Much like you lot being 5 points outside of the play-off's, current goal difference makes that effectively 6 points.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Is that the best you can do, I mean really? Including last Saturday we have conceded just 23 goals in the league - the SECOND BEST defensive record in the league - we actually have THE BEST defensive record over the calender year of 2013 in the ENTIRE FOOTBALL LEAGUE and our goal difference stands at PLUS NINETEEN! Creaking defence = comedy gold, come in Blackburn banter your time is evidently up, especially when you have conceded 12 more goals and played one more game. PMSL at the desperation from these halfwits, sometimes it is better to just say nothing at all.[/p][/quote]Your goal difference means nothing if forest derby reading and qpr finish with more points then u.[/p][/quote]But it means everything if they finish on level points doesn't it clever d!ck. Always better to have that in our back pocket don't you think. Much like you lot being 5 points outside of the play-off's, current goal difference makes that effectively 6 points. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -2

2:36pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
"owned yet again" ?

You morons don't half crack me up.

Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much.

Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby.

Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise.

We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.

Look up!
That's why he's only training you tool.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.[/p][/quote]"owned yet again" ? You morons don't half crack me up. Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much. Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby. Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise. We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Look up![/p][/quote]That's why he's only training you tool. azza234
  • Score: 2

2:37pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
"owned yet again" ?

You morons don't half crack me up.

Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much.

Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby.

Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise.

We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.

Look up!
"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club......

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing.
and the rest of the sentence reads......

..... we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.


Sorry to repeat it but you must have missed that bit.
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.[/p][/quote]"owned yet again" ? You morons don't half crack me up. Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much. Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby. Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise. We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Look up![/p][/quote]"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club...... Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing.[/p][/quote]and the rest of the sentence reads...... ..... we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Sorry to repeat it but you must have missed that bit. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -6

2:53pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT
Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.
As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC
Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.[/p][/quote]As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC[/p][/quote]Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was. azza234
  • Score: 3

2:57pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT
Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.
As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC
Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was.
What in the name of Shebby Singh are you bumbling on about.

What a load of nonsense.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.[/p][/quote]As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC[/p][/quote]Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was.[/p][/quote]What in the name of Shebby Singh are you bumbling on about. What a load of nonsense. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -2

3:07pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker
Tearing tissue paper defence?
Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings
And how many of those you won
Ahh, I see the snag there....
Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long?
Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats
Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day
As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start
Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen
Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May
Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker Tearing tissue paper defence? Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings And how many of those you won Ahh, I see the snag there.... Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long? Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May Wild Rover
  • Score: 3

3:10pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Not talking to you your bum chum charlie loves his stats just stating a fact that gestede conway Cairney and Marshall all played more games for the clubs they was at before joining blackburn then your 1 season wonder vokes did when he played for wolves before signing for burnley.
Not talking to you your bum chum charlie loves his stats just stating a fact that gestede conway Cairney and Marshall all played more games for the clubs they was at before joining blackburn then your 1 season wonder vokes did when he played for wolves before signing for burnley. azza234
  • Score: 2

3:10pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Harwoodstblue wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1
Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT
Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.
As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC
Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was.
Have you actually read that rambling pile of patheticness before posting it?

You were the one that burst open this particular can of worms with your comment about us signing players that nobody else wanted - I merely pointed out that whilst residing in your glass house it is probably best that you put away your stones.

Incidentally, how many games have the likes of Cairney, Conway, Gestede, Evans, Kane played in the Premier League?
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]"spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January" Takkowski obviously wanted to sign for a bigger club in league 1[/p][/quote]Or obviously we weren't actually in for him? Aww you poor Blackburn fans, it must be so terrible for you having to rely on signing over-the-hill players in their late 30's who can't get a game ANYWHERE else. I personally really hope you sign him, Vokes and Ings will destroy him in a few weeks. Poor Blackburn, now feeding from the scraps that the Australian and Japanese leagues don't want. IVWT[/p][/quote]Oh just like you signing young players who cant get a game anywhere.[/p][/quote]As opposed to Gestede, Cairney, Kane, Kilgallon, Marshall, Conway et al who of course were all getting loads of game time before joining Last Chance Saloon FC[/p][/quote]Gestede played 53 games for cardiff which i might ad is more games then vokes played for wolves before burnley signed vokes and vokes was at wolves a year longer then gestede was at cardiff so what you saying?. Kane was at chelsea if he cant get in the team there's no way will micheal duff will marshall played more then vokes also in the short time he was at leciester before joining blackburn craig conway also played more Cairney had played 70 games for hull before joining blackburn plus the 28 games he has played for us so far kilgallon isn't young now so he doesn't count todd kane is chelsea player and kane is far better playerat the age of 20 then duff is/ ever was.[/p][/quote]Have you actually read that rambling pile of patheticness before posting it? You were the one that burst open this particular can of worms with your comment about us signing players that nobody else wanted - I merely pointed out that whilst residing in your glass house it is probably best that you put away your stones. Incidentally, how many games have the likes of Cairney, Conway, Gestede, Evans, Kane played in the Premier League? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 2

3:11pm Tue 4 Feb 14

MxMave says...

Bad move. Lucas Neill wasn't good enough 10 years ago, let alone now.
Bad move. Lucas Neill wasn't good enough 10 years ago, let alone now. MxMave
  • Score: -1

3:29pm Tue 4 Feb 14

We'll win the next one says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
azza234 wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team.
Believe me sunshine, you are welcome to him - I just thank goodness that Burnley aren't relying on fat, over the hill, ex players that have previously slagged the club off, in a desperate attempt to save our season. As for him and Hendry being buddies - that figures, the one thing they both have in common is that they slated Blackburn, left under a cloud and have come back with their tails wedged firmly in between their legs as nobody else wants them except for Desperate FC.
The only thing Burnleeey rely is the benefits coming through so their bag rat fans can turn up at t-turd moor if they can be bothered , which usually they cant. Burnleeey the only place that make JamesTurner Street look posh.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Hypocrite your being there charlie you said that you wasn't interested in that player it was rumour and so is this lucas story he training at blackburn nothing more at the moment yeah he's old now but if a deal is met where he's at rovers its another player we have got and still another player u haven't got in your brick layer team.[/p][/quote]Believe me sunshine, you are welcome to him - I just thank goodness that Burnley aren't relying on fat, over the hill, ex players that have previously slagged the club off, in a desperate attempt to save our season. As for him and Hendry being buddies - that figures, the one thing they both have in common is that they slated Blackburn, left under a cloud and have come back with their tails wedged firmly in between their legs as nobody else wants them except for Desperate FC.[/p][/quote]The only thing Burnleeey rely is the benefits coming through so their bag rat fans can turn up at t-turd moor if they can be bothered , which usually they cant. Burnleeey the only place that make JamesTurner Street look posh. We'll win the next one
  • Score: 1

3:30pm Tue 4 Feb 14

bburnrover says...

Well are we going to win at Middlesborough or is it back to square 1?
Well are we going to win at Middlesborough or is it back to square 1? bburnrover
  • Score: 1

3:31pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker
Tearing tissue paper defence?
Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings
And how many of those you won
Ahh, I see the snag there....
Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long?
Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats
Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day
As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start
Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen
Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May
The Rhodes/Jack the Hat partnership just isn't working for you unfortunately and given that you have a run of tough away games where the pressure will be all on your defence I doubt the partnership is going to have much chance to improve before we ride into town and take the 3 points off you, simultaneously ending your season and putting ourselves right in the mix for automatic promotion.

"Gelling nicely"? Rhodes hasn't scored in 7 games. The Hat has managed a total of 4 in 12 games. It's not gelling at all.

You can't keep relying on David Done either, he sh!t out of the last derby remember, and he'll do the same in March. He knows the game is up, he just wants to finish his career and be able to say he never played the day you got a spanking off the Clarets.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker Tearing tissue paper defence? Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings And how many of those you won Ahh, I see the snag there.... Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long? Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May[/p][/quote]The Rhodes/Jack the Hat partnership just isn't working for you unfortunately and given that you have a run of tough away games where the pressure will be all on your defence I doubt the partnership is going to have much chance to improve before we ride into town and take the 3 points off you, simultaneously ending your season and putting ourselves right in the mix for automatic promotion. "Gelling nicely"? Rhodes hasn't scored in 7 games. The Hat has managed a total of 4 in 12 games. It's not gelling at all. You can't keep relying on David Done either, he sh!t out of the last derby remember, and he'll do the same in March. He knows the game is up, he just wants to finish his career and be able to say he never played the day you got a spanking off the Clarets. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: -1

3:47pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Gestede played 3 games in the premier league which is 3 more then ings has. As for kane he's a chelsea player they have lots of world class players there so it wouldn't be that easy for him to get in the team but the chelsea fan's do rate him as 1 of there best young players. Conway hasn't played any games in the premier league but has lots of exp in scotlands top league. evans hasn't either hull have players that was ahead of him in the first team. But they have been bought from team's from the premier league which you can't say the same about your new players.
Gestede played 3 games in the premier league which is 3 more then ings has. As for kane he's a chelsea player they have lots of world class players there so it wouldn't be that easy for him to get in the team but the chelsea fan's do rate him as 1 of there best young players. Conway hasn't played any games in the premier league but has lots of exp in scotlands top league. evans hasn't either hull have players that was ahead of him in the first team. But they have been bought from team's from the premier league which you can't say the same about your new players. azza234
  • Score: 1

3:51pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

But of course you won't even know they was from premier league clubs because your always here.
But of course you won't even know they was from premier league clubs because your always here. azza234
  • Score: 1

3:56pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Gestede played 3 games in the premier league which is 3 more then ings has. As for kane he's a chelsea player they have lots of world class players there so it wouldn't be that easy for him to get in the team but the chelsea fan's do rate him as 1 of there best young players. Conway hasn't played any games in the premier league but has lots of exp in scotlands top league. evans hasn't either hull have players that was ahead of him in the first team. But they have been bought from team's from the premier league which you can't say the same about your new players.
What difference does it make if you buy a player who isn't good enough for a Premier League club? And love the 'loads of exp in Scotland's top league - which is in effect a league about comparable to League One.

If that's the best you can do then I really pity you.

You keep on hovering around mid-table with your ex-Premier League rejects and we will stay in the upper echelons fighting for a promotion spot all the while watching you consume yourself with jealousy about your better neighbours.
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: Gestede played 3 games in the premier league which is 3 more then ings has. As for kane he's a chelsea player they have lots of world class players there so it wouldn't be that easy for him to get in the team but the chelsea fan's do rate him as 1 of there best young players. Conway hasn't played any games in the premier league but has lots of exp in scotlands top league. evans hasn't either hull have players that was ahead of him in the first team. But they have been bought from team's from the premier league which you can't say the same about your new players.[/p][/quote]What difference does it make if you buy a player who isn't good enough for a Premier League club? And love the 'loads of exp in Scotland's top league - which is in effect a league about comparable to League One. If that's the best you can do then I really pity you. You keep on hovering around mid-table with your ex-Premier League rejects and we will stay in the upper echelons fighting for a promotion spot all the while watching you consume yourself with jealousy about your better neighbours. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 1

3:58pm Tue 4 Feb 14

hasslem hasslem says...

nearly a third of postings on here by Obsessive Compulsive Dingles - OCD.

they wonder why they call them Dingles?
nearly a third of postings on here by Obsessive Compulsive Dingles - OCD. they wonder why they call them Dingles? hasslem hasslem
  • Score: 5

4:02pm Tue 4 Feb 14

azza234 says...

Oh so there's only 10 team's in your fantasy league then.
Oh so there's only 10 team's in your fantasy league then. azza234
  • Score: 0

4:04pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

azza234 wrote:
Oh so there's only 10 team's in your fantasy league then.
Er okaaaay then - anyone got an Inbred to English converter so that I can understand this caravan-dweller?
[quote][p][bold]azza234[/bold] wrote: Oh so there's only 10 team's in your fantasy league then.[/p][/quote]Er okaaaay then - anyone got an Inbred to English converter so that I can understand this caravan-dweller? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 0

4:12pm Tue 4 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
jack01 wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles.

Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE.

The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions.

Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really?

This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out..

SIGN HIM UP!
Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs.

League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times.

Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup.

Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs.

Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.
What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again.

Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post.

Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.
"owned yet again" ?

You morons don't half crack me up.

Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much.

Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby.

Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise.

We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.

Look up!
"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club......

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing.
and the rest of the sentence reads......

..... we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets.


Sorry to repeat it but you must have missed that bit.
Sorry to take so long replying, I have other things going on in life like a job.

Anyway, where were we?.. oh yes, you were recycling the same old tired dross you've been posting on here for months.

I didn't miss the last bit, that was what tipped me over the edge of from laughter to pure hysteria. You're actually a funny guy and I genuinely mean that.

By the way, the money went about 14 years ago. Or did you miss that bit?
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: So much for that young squad full of potential. What a shambles. Having to resort to a failed Australian A-League player, who was recently considered not good enough for a Japanese J-League Division One side, having previously been release from Al Wasl in the UAE. The desperation down at Ewood Park has now reached epic proportions. Lucas Neill? 36 next month. Really? This is a player who earned £35,000 a week at Deadwood between 2001-2007, and dropped you like a sack of sh!t when West Ham offered him a way out.. SIGN HIM UP![/p][/quote]Almost a decade playing in the Premier League with three different clubs. League Cup winner with Rovers and played in European competition several times. Almost 100 caps for his country, including playing in the World Cup. Quite an impressive CV. Has done far more in his career than any of the lower league no-marks at Turf Moor who are trying to make a name for themselves before moving on to bigger clubs. Your quick glance at his Wikipedia page won't get you very far. You don't know how much he earned at Rovers or how much more West Ham offered him. Actually you know very little, despite your obsession with a club you claim to hate. You should spend more time worrying about why Burnley were outdone by Brentford in their attempts to sign James Tarkowski in January.[/p][/quote]What a splendid post jack - the bunny boiler has been owned yet again. Unlike most, I actually like our resident troll. He sums up the mindset of a typical Rovers infatuated Dingle and makes an absolute 1st class tw4t of himself with every single deluded desperate straw clutching post. Even the most ardent and biased Dingles must cringe reading his filth.[/p][/quote]"owned yet again" ? You morons don't half crack me up. Ok, I'll respond to your nonsense because you amuse me so much. Lucas Neill has played 16 games in 3 Mickey Mouse leagues over 3 seasons in the process of picking up a "final" pay day. Compare this with Michael Duff who has played 84 games in the Championship in the last 3 seasons to date. To even think the Neill would be in any way fit for Championship football is just hilarious, and I sincerely hope you sign him up in time for the derby. Also your little temper tantrum there has just shown you up and proven my point that no-dads just can't face the truth of their incredible demise. We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club, we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Look up![/p][/quote]"We are in no way infatuated, obsessed or even interested in your club...... Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha thankyou, thankyou so much. Once again you've made me hurt laughing.[/p][/quote]and the rest of the sentence reads...... ..... we are simply here to laugh at your fall from grace and remind you of where you came from now that all the money has gone. You are well and truly BACK WHERE YOU BELONG, below the Clarets. Sorry to repeat it but you must have missed that bit.[/p][/quote]Sorry to take so long replying, I have other things going on in life like a job. Anyway, where were we?.. oh yes, you were recycling the same old tired dross you've been posting on here for months. I didn't miss the last bit, that was what tipped me over the edge of from laughter to pure hysteria. You're actually a funny guy and I genuinely mean that. By the way, the money went about 14 years ago. Or did you miss that bit? more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 5

4:26pm Tue 4 Feb 14

stebrfc says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker
Tearing tissue paper defence?
Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings
And how many of those you won
Ahh, I see the snag there....
Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long?
Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats
Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day
As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start
Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen
Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May
The Rhodes/Jack the Hat partnership just isn't working for you unfortunately and given that you have a run of tough away games where the pressure will be all on your defence I doubt the partnership is going to have much chance to improve before we ride into town and take the 3 points off you, simultaneously ending your season and putting ourselves right in the mix for automatic promotion.

"Gelling nicely"? Rhodes hasn't scored in 7 games. The Hat has managed a total of 4 in 12 games. It's not gelling at all.

You can't keep relying on David Done either, he sh!t out of the last derby remember, and he'll do the same in March. He knows the game is up, he just wants to finish his career and be able to say he never played the day you got a spanking off the Clarets.
Why dont you stop swilling your meths in that dirty rat hole they call stoopes and get a job instead of sponging of decent working class people. You are a first class looser who is obsesed with rovers.Get a wash change that soup stained vest and go and get a job you lowlife tramp!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Beware the Ides of March, Mother Plucker Tearing tissue paper defence? Hmm, remind me how many goals you have scored against us in the last 3 (relevant) meetings And how many of those you won Ahh, I see the snag there.... Rhodes n Rudy have been playing together how long? Their partnership is just gelling nicely 3 of Rudi's goals in the last 4 games without reference to stats Yep Baldric, keep thinking, you might have an idea one day As for beating teams above us, March will be a good start Ze Dunn Ze Dunn.....you just know its gonna happen Laugh away my thick little Dingle, we will laugh louder in May[/p][/quote]The Rhodes/Jack the Hat partnership just isn't working for you unfortunately and given that you have a run of tough away games where the pressure will be all on your defence I doubt the partnership is going to have much chance to improve before we ride into town and take the 3 points off you, simultaneously ending your season and putting ourselves right in the mix for automatic promotion. "Gelling nicely"? Rhodes hasn't scored in 7 games. The Hat has managed a total of 4 in 12 games. It's not gelling at all. You can't keep relying on David Done either, he sh!t out of the last derby remember, and he'll do the same in March. He knows the game is up, he just wants to finish his career and be able to say he never played the day you got a spanking off the Clarets.[/p][/quote]Why dont you stop swilling your meths in that dirty rat hole they call stoopes and get a job instead of sponging of decent working class people. You are a first class looser who is obsesed with rovers.Get a wash change that soup stained vest and go and get a job you lowlife tramp!!!!! stebrfc
  • Score: 3

4:47pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again Wild Rover
  • Score: 3

4:59pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Still laughing as you cartwheel into a transfer embargo and then administration, culminating in liquidation.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Still laughing as you cartwheel into a transfer embargo and then administration, culminating in liquidation. Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: -1

5:03pm Tue 4 Feb 14

owd nick says...

Just had a look at the activity on the last three Burnley threads and compared it to the last three Rovers threads, result?

Burnley threads = 3 comments
Rovers threads = 120 plus comments

Thats a pretty common occurrence, as if it wasn't for a handful of Rovers fans passing comments it would be more arid than the Gobi desert.

Proof if any was required that despite their lofty yet slowly crumbling league position there is no real interest in Burnley FC yet Rovers attract a plethora of opinions daily.

We may not be top of the league but we remain top dogs.
Just had a look at the activity on the last three Burnley threads and compared it to the last three Rovers threads, result? Burnley threads = 3 comments Rovers threads = 120 plus comments Thats a pretty common occurrence, as if it wasn't for a handful of Rovers fans passing comments it would be more arid than the Gobi desert. Proof if any was required that despite their lofty yet slowly crumbling league position there is no real interest in Burnley FC yet Rovers attract a plethora of opinions daily. We may not be top of the league but we remain top dogs. owd nick
  • Score: 0

5:29pm Tue 4 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

owd nick wrote:
Just had a look at the activity on the last three Burnley threads and compared it to the last three Rovers threads, result?

Burnley threads = 3 comments
Rovers threads = 120 plus comments

Thats a pretty common occurrence, as if it wasn't for a handful of Rovers fans passing comments it would be more arid than the Gobi desert.

Proof if any was required that despite their lofty yet slowly crumbling league position there is no real interest in Burnley FC yet Rovers attract a plethora of opinions daily.

We may not be top of the league but we remain top dogs.
Could be that Burnley fans on the whole use the Claretsmad forum for football related comments and the LT pages simply to ridicule their inferior neighbours.

The only dog you are ever on top of is your Alsatian.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: Just had a look at the activity on the last three Burnley threads and compared it to the last three Rovers threads, result? Burnley threads = 3 comments Rovers threads = 120 plus comments Thats a pretty common occurrence, as if it wasn't for a handful of Rovers fans passing comments it would be more arid than the Gobi desert. Proof if any was required that despite their lofty yet slowly crumbling league position there is no real interest in Burnley FC yet Rovers attract a plethora of opinions daily. We may not be top of the league but we remain top dogs.[/p][/quote]Could be that Burnley fans on the whole use the Claretsmad forum for football related comments and the LT pages simply to ridicule their inferior neighbours. The only dog you are ever on top of is your Alsatian. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: 2

5:37pm Tue 4 Feb 14

baldie says...

Harwoodstblue wrote:
Tatts wrote:
Champagne plus charlie wrote:
jack01 wrote:
Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit.

Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth.

Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel.

Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?
Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves.

Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history.

'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.
Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games.

And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well!
Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence.
Burnley's best player on Saturday was QPR's left back.
Honestly,if we're camped out in their area for half the game,like we were at their place,i'm not fancying old Duffer against Gestede.
[quote][p][bold]Harwoodstblue[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tatts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jack01[/bold] wrote: Educating numb Burnley folk is a difficult and almost impossible task but I try to do my bit. Burnley obviously were in for Tarkowski. It was widely reported in the media(including even in this newspaper if I remember rightly). The man with the strange goatee admitted you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth. Quite how the potential signing of one 30+ year old as a back up can be interpreted as 'relying on signing over the hill players' I'm not quite sure. When the article above explains that the squad has an average age of 26 and is among the youngest in the division one thing we're certainly not doing is relying on over the hill players. Not that you've even read the article before heading to the comments section to post your inane, ill-educated drivel. Talking about 'feeding from the scraps', Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs. Their big January signing was a Brighton benchwarmer whilst Rovers signed three from Premier League sides. How's the ex-Jarrow Roofer doing these days?[/p][/quote]Show me the quote where Dyche said he was in for a central defender - never happened - the rest is just conjecture and rumour. We were only ever linked with him by the press and absolutely nothing was said by Sean Dyche or the club. We have Jason Shackell, Mike Duff, David Edgar and Kevin Long all competent Championship centre halves. Yes, Howe left - and we got in Dyche, and the rest is history. 'Burnley's entire squad has been assembled from all sorts of lower league cast offs' And look how many points and places we are ahead of your set of league one boys - how embarrassing for you and thanks for proving my point.[/p][/quote]Your centre halves didn't look very competent last Saturday! Conceding from 2 corners and then allowing Hoilett to run straight through your defence - it's no good having a good strike force if your defence are conceding goals like that. Your creaking defence is why you're struggling to win games. And Heaton is a bit of a flapper as well![/p][/quote]Can't wait, Rhodes and Gestede against those two donkeys. What a shambles of a defence.[/p][/quote]Burnley's best player on Saturday was QPR's left back. Honestly,if we're camped out in their area for half the game,like we were at their place,i'm not fancying old Duffer against Gestede. baldie
  • Score: 3

5:38pm Tue 4 Feb 14

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained?

Says it all.

The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained? Says it all. The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation. more bans than ray - brfc lxxv
  • Score: 11

5:46pm Tue 4 Feb 14

dangerous dave says...

BRFC75 wrote:
Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back.
If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego.
Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack.
They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.
absolutely spot on Neill left pretty quick for the bulging back pocket and didnt give a monkey's about the Rovers as did Hendry - the later now back being paid big licks and still owing thousands to others he took cash from and as for Neill again no one else wants him and the Rovers seen as a soft touch to fulfill his selfish needs and of course back pocket - we must be mad for entertaining the thought of signing him after he walked off without a single thought for the Rovers and as for Hendry well his fame for owing money to others goes before him!!
OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS
[quote][p][bold]BRFC75[/bold] wrote: Lucas Neill is only interested in playing for Rovers so that he has a chance to be picked to play in the world cup for Australia,in reality he has been found out and clearly is finished as a decent centre back. If he had more honourable motives ,fair enough but Neill is here to satisfy his own personal ego. Neill is / was Colin Hendry,s regular gambling pal they used to gamble an average mans years wages on a afternoons fun at the racetrack. They are both birds of a feather ,skint gamblers, in Hendry's case a bankrupt skint gambler that in the past they both reated Rovers as simply a stepping stone for better things, unfortunately for both of them they have come back to Rovers looking for favours , but we owe this pair less than nothing.[/p][/quote]absolutely spot on Neill left pretty quick for the bulging back pocket and didnt give a monkey's about the Rovers as did Hendry - the later now back being paid big licks and still owing thousands to others he took cash from and as for Neill again no one else wants him and the Rovers seen as a soft touch to fulfill his selfish needs and of course back pocket - we must be mad for entertaining the thought of signing him after he walked off without a single thought for the Rovers and as for Hendry well his fame for owing money to others goes before him!! OUT WITH THE COWBOYS AND INDIANS dangerous dave
  • Score: 3

6:08pm Tue 4 Feb 14

realisticrover says...

Lovely sentiments, guys, but I'd prefer to leave the decision to Gary Bowyer, if its all the same...he's done pretty well, so far and seems to be recruiting players with the right attitude and who have a hunger to succeed
Lovely sentiments, guys, but I'd prefer to leave the decision to Gary Bowyer, if its all the same...he's done pretty well, so far and seems to be recruiting players with the right attitude and who have a hunger to succeed realisticrover
  • Score: 1

6:23pm Tue 4 Feb 14

baldie says...

realisticrover wrote:
Lovely sentiments, guys, but I'd prefer to leave the decision to Gary Bowyer, if its all the same...he's done pretty well, so far and seems to be recruiting players with the right attitude and who have a hunger to succeed
Spot on.None of us know if he's up to it.
What I would say about Lucas Neil is that he's as committed a player as there has been at Ewood in recent years.Always fit,always available and would run through a brick wall for you.
Whatever happens,GB knows best.
[quote][p][bold]realisticrover[/bold] wrote: Lovely sentiments, guys, but I'd prefer to leave the decision to Gary Bowyer, if its all the same...he's done pretty well, so far and seems to be recruiting players with the right attitude and who have a hunger to succeed[/p][/quote]Spot on.None of us know if he's up to it. What I would say about Lucas Neil is that he's as committed a player as there has been at Ewood in recent years.Always fit,always available and would run through a brick wall for you. Whatever happens,GB knows best. baldie
  • Score: 2

6:54pm Tue 4 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth"

Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff.

Try again oh colossal numpty.
"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth" Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff. Try again oh colossal numpty. RobH2O
  • Score: -2

7:10pm Tue 4 Feb 14

makaveli96 says...

Didnt he once Judas us?
Didnt he once Judas us? makaveli96
  • Score: -2

8:28pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

RobH2O wrote:
"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth"

Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff.

Try again oh colossal numpty.
What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then
Was it his sister btw?
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: "you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth" Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff. Try again oh colossal numpty.[/p][/quote]What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then Was it his sister btw? Wild Rover
  • Score: 4

8:44pm Tue 4 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Wild Rover wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth"

Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff.

Try again oh colossal numpty.
What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then
Was it his sister btw?
I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty.

Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty.

Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty.

The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty.

Sock cucker
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: "you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth" Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff. Try again oh colossal numpty.[/p][/quote]What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then Was it his sister btw?[/p][/quote]I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty. Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty. Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty. The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty. Sock cucker RobH2O
  • Score: -1

9:20pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
You really need to watch your mouth (?) Baldric. Bringing Saville into the conversation is down right out of order. You probably think paedophilia is funny, no one else does especially when they have children and granchildren like me
Well out of order sir!
Posting nonsense for comic effect??? You have the monoply on that one Baldric
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]You really need to watch your mouth (?) Baldric. Bringing Saville into the conversation is down right out of order. You probably think paedophilia is funny, no one else does especially when they have children and granchildren like me Well out of order sir! Posting nonsense for comic effect??? You have the monoply on that one Baldric Wild Rover
  • Score: 8

9:32pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

RobH2O wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth"

Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff.

Try again oh colossal numpty.
What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then
Was it his sister btw?
I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty.

Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty.

Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty.

The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty.

Sock cucker
But I now have you admitting who he was s####ing, club secretary hmm? i think I know her. Thanks a lot
Lost that one numpty
fother mucker
[quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: "you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth" Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff. Try again oh colossal numpty.[/p][/quote]What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then Was it his sister btw?[/p][/quote]I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty. Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty. Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty. The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty. Sock cucker[/p][/quote]But I now have you admitting who he was s####ing, club secretary hmm? i think I know her. Thanks a lot Lost that one numpty fother mucker Wild Rover
  • Score: 1

10:26pm Tue 4 Feb 14

RobH2O says...

Wild Rover wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
RobH2O wrote:
"you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth"

Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff.

Try again oh colossal numpty.
What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then
Was it his sister btw?
I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty.

Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty.

Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty.

The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty.

Sock cucker
But I now have you admitting who he was s####ing, club secretary hmm? i think I know her. Thanks a lot
Lost that one numpty
fother mucker
Ah, you are struggling with the rules. Whether you know or do not know the women in question is irrelevant. It was whether she was or was not his sister - that was the centre of your point.

You can't even tell whether you are a winner or a loser. Lost the lot numpty.

Back to your online **** laddie - pulling the neck of your bladder to pictures of BolEwood's players eh. Well, you would if only the stiffy would come good.
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RobH2O[/bold] wrote: "you wanted a centre half. Burnley couldn't land him and he went to League One Brentford. Similar situation to when your manager dumped you to join 23rd in League One Bournemouth" Burnley refused to meet his agents demands for agent own payment. They also refused to pay a signing on fee greater than is usual for a player stepping up from a lower league. Howe went back to Bournemouth because, at the same time as he was about to be sacked by Burnley, he had to leave for personal reasons aka screwing a (female) member of staff. Try again oh colossal numpty.[/p][/quote]What a dusgisting confession. Do you realise that you have admitted to the low moral standards at Burnley FC .No surprises there then Was it his sister btw?[/p][/quote]I see you drop the matter of a player passed over. Lost that one numpty. Club's don't have moral standards, individuals do. Lost that one numpty. Howe was from Bournemouth he's not a Burnley guy. Lost that one numpty. The club secretary is not his sister. Lost that one numpty. Sock cucker[/p][/quote]But I now have you admitting who he was s####ing, club secretary hmm? i think I know her. Thanks a lot Lost that one numpty fother mucker[/p][/quote]Ah, you are struggling with the rules. Whether you know or do not know the women in question is irrelevant. It was whether she was or was not his sister - that was the centre of your point. You can't even tell whether you are a winner or a loser. Lost the lot numpty. Back to your online **** laddie - pulling the neck of your bladder to pictures of BolEwood's players eh. Well, you would if only the stiffy would come good. RobH2O
  • Score: -3

2:39am Wed 5 Feb 14

Pommie Art says...

Lucas Neil, was so slow in the last world cup it was pathetic to watch him.
he is finished he may have some skills to offer the Rovers & that may just be as a "Water Boy" but he wont be able to run onto the pitch. the best place for Old Lucas is on Blackpool Beach carting the kids on his back from central pier to north pier for a few quid. And he may also convince Sick Note Kewel to Join him on the beach that way they can change ends when carting the kids on the sands, but they both may sustain injury seeming they are both finished as footballers.
Lucas Neil, was so slow in the last world cup it was pathetic to watch him. he is finished he may have some skills to offer the Rovers & that may just be as a "Water Boy" but he wont be able to run onto the pitch. the best place for Old Lucas is on Blackpool Beach carting the kids on his back from central pier to north pier for a few quid. And he may also convince Sick Note Kewel to Join him on the beach that way they can change ends when carting the kids on the sands, but they both may sustain injury seeming they are both finished as footballers. Pommie Art
  • Score: -1

8:24am Wed 5 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained?

Says it all.

The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.
A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo.

Looking forward to two things....

1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion.
2. Silencing you retards once and for all.

Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained? Says it all. The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.[/p][/quote]A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo. Looking forward to two things.... 1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion. 2. Silencing you retards once and for all. Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game.. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: 0

8:24am Wed 5 Feb 14

chicken.pluckers says...

more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained?

Says it all.

The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.
A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo.

Looking forward to two things....

1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion.
2. Silencing you retards once and for all.

Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..
[quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained? Says it all. The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.[/p][/quote]A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo. Looking forward to two things.... 1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion. 2. Silencing you retards once and for all. Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game.. chicken.pluckers
  • Score: 0

8:50am Wed 5 Feb 14

digitusjonfred says...

Chicken.plucker and champagne Charlie your sister is calling TIME FOR BED BOYS !!!!!!!
Chicken.plucker and champagne Charlie your sister is calling TIME FOR BED BOYS !!!!!!! digitusjonfred
  • Score: 1

10:18am Wed 5 Feb 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

digitusjonfred wrote:
Chicken.plucker and champagne Charlie your sister is calling TIME FOR BED BOYS !!!!!!!
I guess you are the brains of this particular sad bunch?
[quote][p][bold]digitusjonfred[/bold] wrote: Chicken.plucker and champagne Charlie your sister is calling TIME FOR BED BOYS !!!!!!![/p][/quote]I guess you are the brains of this particular sad bunch? Champagne plus charlie
  • Score: 0

11:46am Wed 5 Feb 14

French Rover says...

Common sense again from GB - the squad is hettjng sorted and the team is improving in every way week by week. I would personally welcome Lucas Neil back - I think he was the last class RB we had and his experience could be critial to us in the run- in and to where we finish. Rovrrs moving forwards again at last!
Common sense again from GB - the squad is hettjng sorted and the team is improving in every way week by week. I would personally welcome Lucas Neil back - I think he was the last class RB we had and his experience could be critial to us in the run- in and to where we finish. Rovrrs moving forwards again at last! French Rover
  • Score: 1

1:01pm Wed 5 Feb 14

Wild Rover says...

chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained?

Says it all.

The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.
A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo.

Looking forward to two things....

1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion.
2. Silencing you retards once and for all.

Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..
Well Baldric, I will be looking foward to 3 things
1&2 ditto
3 Watching all you Dingle quarter - wits locked in and crying while we celebrate after the final whistle, serenading you appropriately of course
Actually there might be a 4 too, that would be seeing the Clarts gurning team crying into the cameras about how ZeDunn was off side for all of his hat trick of goals.......
Mwhahaa
[quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained? Says it all. The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.[/p][/quote]A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo. Looking forward to two things.... 1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion. 2. Silencing you retards once and for all. Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..[/p][/quote]Well Baldric, I will be looking foward to 3 things 1&2 ditto 3 Watching all you Dingle quarter - wits locked in and crying while we celebrate after the final whistle, serenading you appropriately of course Actually there might be a 4 too, that would be seeing the Clarts gurning team crying into the cameras about how ZeDunn was off side for all of his hat trick of goals....... Mwhahaa Wild Rover
  • Score: 0

8:16pm Wed 5 Feb 14

digitusjonfred says...

Wild Rover wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
more bans than ray - brfc lxxv wrote:
chicken.pluckers wrote:
Wild Rover wrote:
Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down
ZeDunn is not Done yet
I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion
To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off...
See you in March, then again in May
Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again
Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010.

Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again.

Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue.

You know your time is now up.
So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained?

Says it all.

The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.
A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo.

Looking forward to two things....

1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion.
2. Silencing you retards once and for all.

Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..
Well Baldric, I will be looking foward to 3 things
1&2 ditto
3 Watching all you Dingle quarter - wits locked in and crying while we celebrate after the final whistle, serenading you appropriately of course
Actually there might be a 4 too, that would be seeing the Clarts gurning team crying into the cameras about how ZeDunn was off side for all of his hat trick of goals.......
Mwhahaa
Australian section...go Lucas
[quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]more bans than ray - brfc lxxv[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chicken.pluckers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wild Rover[/bold] wrote: Ahhhh Baldric, it is a shame really...your gonna be so let down ZeDunn is not Done yet I 'll be wearing my signed Dunn 8 shirt for the occassion To borrow your phrase I will be the one doing cartwheels along the Riverside when he scores our third to finish you off... See you in March, then again in May Still laughing as your cunning plan for World domination crumbles...again[/p][/quote]Shame it was signed by Jimmy Savile when you sat on his twitching knee back in 2010. Now of course we realise that you're posting nonsense for comic effect, I get that, and it's nice of you to try, but the reality is that he really is done. He sh!t out last time and will do so again. Yes see you 4 weeks on Sunday, You'll see me, I'll be the one in the Chicken outfit being restrained by the stewards when Danny Ings rattles in number 3 to kill the game off and turn Ewood Park Claret and Blue. You know your time is now up.[/p][/quote]So it's 4 weeks on Sunday (not that your counting down to your Cup Final), you're going dressed as a chicken & are going to have to be being restrained? Says it all. The Darwen End will look like it's national day release for the Worzel Gummidge/Dexys Midnight Runner foundation.[/p][/quote]A quick look on the calendar told me that Mungo. Looking forward to two things.... 1. Taking another vital 3 points in our challenge for promotion. 2. Silencing you retards once and for all. Can't come quick enough. I'll give you a wave but I doubt you'll be anywhere to be seen in the last 10 minutes of the game..[/p][/quote]Well Baldric, I will be looking foward to 3 things 1&2 ditto 3 Watching all you Dingle quarter - wits locked in and crying while we celebrate after the final whistle, serenading you appropriately of course Actually there might be a 4 too, that would be seeing the Clarts gurning team crying into the cameras about how ZeDunn was off side for all of his hat trick of goals....... Mwhahaa[/p][/quote]Australian section...go Lucas digitusjonfred
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